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Thread: 75 Hz enough???




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    I am thinking of buying and LCD monitor to go with my new system when it's finished. Well anyways is 75 Hz enough for FPS games? Here is the link if you want to see:
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    it's just that the lcd's less than 20" won't support 16x12, which is what i like...........and, even at that, they're at 60 hrz, so if , 10x12 is your rez of choice, go for it :thumb:

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    anything above 61hz is enough.

    below 60 and u will see the flicker stuff which will hurt ur eyes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [size=6
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    anything above 61hz is enough.

    below 60 and u will see the flicker stuff which will hurt ur eyes.
    That's not quite true as most ppl won't notice the flicker at 60Hz though some will notice the flicker even at 85Hz, this is something that each person has to work out for themselves.

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    Hmmmm I think playing at 10 x 12 will be enough... but the thing I have heard some bad things about LCD's being too slow to play FPS games.
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    and 60hz isn't my idea of fun after you plunk down more than a grand for a 20"

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    have u seen those 30" NEC screensS? they ar so sweet. But price start at a whooping 5600+ canadian. :(

    i wonder if there is a contest that is giveing away that baby :)
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    enermax 350w PSU
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    hehe...............believe me, 20" in an lcd is plenty, above that, not really practical

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    I have a Samsung 172T which is 75Hz. The specs of mine appear similar to the lcd you're looking at. I've read reviews about my display that say there is noticable ghosting but I've yet to notice any and I've been using it for 9 months and do a lot of gaming.

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    but, 75 hz @ 16x12?

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