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Hello,

The Hz don’t really effect you frame-rate. It’s just how fast your monitor refreshes. Human eyes can only see up to around ~60 Hz. Frame rates are the amount of Frames Per Second your computer is spitting out. Hz is refreshrate. For example if I have a 240 Hz monitor, I can run 300 FPS if my graphics card can handle it. 240 Hz is so fast when you hold up your phone camera to a monitor your phone can’t see your screen refreshing but if you hold your phone up to a monitor showing 60 Hz or less you can see lines go through your screen which is the monitor refreshing. Finally Hz and FPS won’t really effect each other. Hope this helps!

 

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2 minutes ago, The_Big_Grape said:

Human eyes can only see up to around ~60 Hz.

Since when?

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4 hours ago, fasauceome said:

Since when?

Hello!,

Whatever I said is not 100% accurate. That’s what I got when I searched it up online. I only had the intentions of helping. If I was wrong I am sorry but I think that is mostly accurate. Our eyes can’t see past ~60 Hz if our eyes could, then we can see our monitor refreshing. I do not want to upset anyone after all I am only here to help and to have a good time!

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7 minutes ago, The_Big_Grape said:

Hello!,

Whatever I said is not 100% accurate. That’s what I got when I searched it up online. I only had the intentions of helping. If I was wrong I am sorry but I think that is mostly accurate. Our eyes can’t see past ~60 Hz if our eyes could, then we can see our monitor refreshing. I do not want to upset anyone after all I am only here to help and to have a good time!

Thank You, 

The_Big_Grape

Not to be contentious, I do see what you mean, but "seeing past" might be a misconception or inaccurate term. The human eye does not have a limited refresh rate, and in fact can detect the refreshing of an image, just not in parts but as a strobe. Otherwise 144Hz monitors would be useless, and putting a 144Hz refreshing slideshow or video next to a 60Hz would look identical (something that is immediately obvious to those who have been exposed to a high refresh rate monitor)

And additionally, different people can be more sensitive or less sensitive to these refresh rates as well.

There have been many rumors about the "framerate" of the human eye, some people saying it is as low as 24Hz and anything higher is undetectable.

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5 hours ago, The_Big_Grape said:

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The human eyes can detect in upwards to and above 300Mhz, the airforce as example tests pilots eyesight to be able to see an describe an object at 1/270th of a second.

 

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6 minutes ago, SansVarnic said:

300Mhz

Do you mean 300Hz lol, 300,000 is probably more than someone can differentiate 

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14 minutes ago, fasauceome said:

Not to be contentious, I do see what you mean, but "seeing past" might be a misconception or inaccurate term. The human eye does not have a limited refresh rate, and in fact can detect the refreshing of an image, just not in parts but as a strobe. Otherwise 144Hz monitors would be useless, and putting a 144Hz refreshing slideshow or video next to a 60Hz would look identical (something that is immediately obvious to those who have been exposed to a high refresh rate monitor)

And additionally, different people can be more sensitive or less sensitive to these refresh rates as well.

There have been many rumors about the "framerate" of the human eye, some people saying it is as low as 24Hz and anything higher is undetectable.

Hello!,

Thank you for correcting me! Getting corrected when wrong is great! Thank you very much for correcting my mistake!

Thank You, 

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