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IPS 120Hz? Why don't we have that?

So yesterday I was just wondering why don't we have 120/144Hz IPS panels? Ok I can udnerstand if the overclocking of the panel takes the monitor's color capabilities away but this was just only my own thought process so could somebody please explain whhy is it that you can't find a major brand 120/144Hz IPS panels? I don't know about enterprise monitors but for consumers I haven't found one single screen.

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Because IPS has slow pixels that cant be overclocked to 200% speed.

 

That's like taking a slow car and trying to get it to go 400mph instead of 200 without changing the engine.

It's just not possible with IPS.

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Because IPS technology literally can't even...support that high of a refresh rate.

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Because display technology is lagging by a decade.

Sent from my Nexus 7 (2013).

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Yeh, as a few other members have already stated, IPS screens just can't refresh that fast. 

Though I'd love me some 144Hz, 4K, IPS, G-Sync goodness. 

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If a 120Hz IPS panel shows up I will soil myself, man up then get the funds needed to buy it

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It's too expensive to make one... Not enough demand too...

No.

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Yeah, how does nobody know that; 144 HZ IPS is on it's way. Linus mentioned this on a WAN show. Can't wait for that.

who cares...

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ok. My personal interest in all of this is that I'm a photographer but also a gamer and I'm not too enthusiastic for the idea of buying $600 IPS panel for work and $400 Tn for gaming. I'd like to have 2 ips screen but I've gamed long enough with a benq xl2410t and I just can't go back to 60Hz when it comes to gaming. The only problem is that my xl2410t has had some hiccups lately and warranty has already ended so I'm just walking on a thread that it would survive for another 6 months and then buy a newer monitor.

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While there have been IPS panels that users have overclocked to ~100Hz, they're so rare that the manufacturing yield would be pitifully low. 80Hz IPS panels sound more realistic as a product as the display yields may make it viable.

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While there have been IPS panels that users have overclocked to ~100Hz, they're so rare that the manufacturing yield would be pitifully low. 80Hz IPS panels sound more realistic as a product as the display yields may make it viable.

^THIS^

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120hz is quite the jump from 60 xD remember some manufacturers had difficulty jumping from 30hz to 60hz and lots of manufacturers had made 45 48 and 50 hz monitors and even occasionally still do and that was a 30hz jump not a 60hz jump O.o MAYBE 90hz in the future (near) but I expect 120 or 144hz IPS to be a ways away and even if they do it some how someone will probably make a 300hz TN panel  or something like that...

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that better be true

 

Tftcentral is the best source for this type of information.

 

Because then it would be crossing into the CRT Performance Zone.

 

CRTS will always be better.

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