1 minute ago, darKz_here said:
To be honest, I can't even say anything about it before trying them myself. But I'm truly convicted that it will make a huge difference to me even those tiny little nanoseconds when I am focused since I guess I'm way to sensitive when comes to reacting time and feeling it as everywere where I played I always could notice the delays no matter how tiny they were. I saw someone said that Lower CLs can have impact "in ultra-fast tasks. High FPS Gaming, most of the Adobe Stack and a few other places." and I guess for an Professional CS GO player should be noticable already. This might really sound pathetic like as I'm buying those things to get an competitive edge on those FPS games but trust me it's not. I never excused about losing on any game when someone have played better than me on certain moments and fairly winning, the thing is you just can't accept the fact that they are brutally abusing their High End Pc's timings while being fully toxic towards you like they can always do better despite how bad they play, you are always being outperformed due to the lack of the visual informations you get, simply just thinking logically is enough of understanding it. Anyways, I still want to have an high end pc that can do way much more than just playing those games, since I'm tired from low-end systems.
Not at all dude. If you can perceive the latency differences (I can't, but a lot of very competitive gamers can), then it doesn't fucking matter what someone else thinks. A lot of people say 240Hz is similarly useless, but a properly done 240Hz monitor can be useful, again for people who can actually notice the difference (LTT did a vid a bit ago with some pro CS:GO guys and they did indeed benefit from that difference). If your rig isn't up to snuff for your needs, that's why you upgrade. Tis how the whole PCMR works lol, at the core it's about loving PC hardware and games, and upgrading that shit if it isn't performing the way you like, or even because it's fun (I haven't needed an upgrade since a couple years ago, but I still do purely because I like the hardware itself).
And yeah, if you've hit the reaction/skill cap and feel your hardware is limiting you, that is 110% a valid reason to worry about small latency differences like this.