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Posted · Original PosterOP

I was wondering is 144hz noticeable in any way apart from an improvement in gaming?

For instance is it brighter? When I went from 60hz to 75hz I thought the screen became more clear and brighter.

The screen I recently bought is 75hz but there is a 144hz available in the same which I’m considering swapping it for

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Your mouse and scrolling can feel smoother

 

The fact that the picture was better was probably because it was a better monitor you moved to


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10 minutes ago, alxne said:

thought the screen became more clear and brighter.

me too, but this is actually a nvidia setting ( forgot mame) which was greyed out in resol tab from default to custom

turns out abit more contrast

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14 minutes ago, alxne said:

I was wondering is 144hz noticeable in any way apart from an improvement in gaming?

For instance is it brighter? When I went from 60hz to 75hz I thought the screen became more clear and brighter.

The screen I recently bought is 75hz but there is a 144hz available in the same which I’m considering swapping it for

144hz alone is just smoother, brighter depends on the max brightness of the panel, clear usually depends on pixel density, all different things.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

My eyes are quite sensitive to brightness so I tend to have the brightness turned right down on monitors. I’ve been told my gpu in my new computer is more suited to a 1080p 144hz monitors instead of 75hz which is why I was considering changing it.

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33 minutes ago, alxne said:

I’ve been told my gpu in my new computer is more suited to a 1080p 144hz monitors instead of 75hz

expecting 90 ~110 fps in AAAtitles, wondering too is it worth upgrding to 75 to 144?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I can’t decide whether to go to 75hz or try the 144hz on a 24inch monitor. I have a 2060 super gpu

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That gpu will do good on a 1080p 144hz monitor. What cpu do you have? 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
13 minutes ago, Gohardgrandpa said:

That gpu will do good on a 1080p 144hz monitor. What cpu do you have? 

3600x

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1 hour ago, alxne said:

3600x

You’ll be fine with that combo. That’s a great cpu for 1080p 144hz 


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