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60hz vs 75 hz

I have a 60 hz monitor although I get more  FPS then just 60, I’m getting a new monitor all though the 120 hz monitors cost a lot, so I am getting a 75 hz monitor instead, is 75hz noticeably smoother then 60hz

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Just now, Gtx 1060 said:

I have a 60 hz monitor although I get more  FPS then just 60, I’m getting a new monitor all though the 120 hz monitors cost a lot, so I am getting a 75 hz monitor instead, is 75hz noticeably smoother then 60hz

To my eyes, the jump to 75FPS is quite noticeable. 

Have you tried overclocking your monitor? You might be able to get 75Hz on your current display.

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Yes there is a nice difference from 60 to 75..... much less input lag....

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I can get mine to 75hz for 1080p gaming however the game runs weird,,, and choppy ,, so I gotta revert to 60hz ,,,,,,, sighs

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22 minutes ago, Gtx 1060 said:

I have a 60 hz monitor although I get more  FPS then just 60, I’m getting a new monitor all though the 120 hz monitors cost a lot, so I am getting a 75 hz monitor instead, is 75hz noticeably smoother then 60hz

don't do that, save some money and go for 120hz or 144hz

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Yeah it's noticable, but if you can save the money for a g-sync 120/144hz monitor (I'm assuming you have a Nvidia card) I strongly recommend that over a 75hz display.

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to my eyes its a pretty good improvement, it isnt AS good as 144Hz but its a good deal of the way there. You should probably start by overclocking your curent monitor before you just buy a new one though

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