Upvote Upvoted 49 Downvote Downvoted
1 2 3 4 ⋅⋅ 16
The 120Hz Monitor Thread
posted in Hardware
1
#1
14 Frags +

Here's a list of 120+ Hz monitors. It will be updated every so often as new models are released and old models are discontinued.

Last Updated: May 15, 2016

Monitors In Production
These monitors are easy to find; they're usually available on Newegg and Amazon. Some are known to be great monitors, while others need more reviews on them to make a suggestion on them.

Click here for a list that's probably going to be more up-to-date. This one doesn't have any recommendations or monitors to avoid, but you can check reviews and ask on this thread.

Recommended

ASUS VG248QE (144Hz): One of the most-used monitors out there (it was the first 24-inch 144Hz monitor). Colors are weird out of the box on refresh rates greater than 60Hz, but can be adjusted to taste. 60Hz colors are fine, but don't get this monitor for that reason. 1080p resolution (16:9).

Tip: Make sure to calibrate the colors on this screen. There are numerous guides for this.

BenQ (Zowie) XL series (120-144Hz): One of the most recommended brands for gaming monitors. The XL series are what you want if you want 120+Hz. ESEA used these monitors at most, if not all, ESEA Invite LAN finals. Earlier models only go up to 120Hz but all four current models (XL2411Z, XL2720Z, XL2430T, and XL2730Z). Supports up to 1080p (16:9) except for XL2730Z which supports up to 1440p (16:9).

Good

AOC G2460PQU (144Hz): Seems like a pretty good monitor looking at reviews, and seems to do better than the above monitors at 144Hz. However, I haven't seen it recommended here. 1080p resolution (16:9).

Korean Monitors

Many Korean monitors can be overclocked. However, there is apparently a big risk of stuck/dead pixels. If you buy one of these two: 1 2 and follow this overclocking guide on AMD (you can add custom resolutions/framerates with Nvidia's drivers, but still look at that guide before touching those settings) you should be fine. However, they still have less features and at least the QNIX lacks even an OSD. If you can afford it, you should probably go with a brand-name monitor like ASUS, BenQ, LG, etc.

Discontinued Monitors
These monitors are no longer in production. This means they're not available on Newegg and new monitors may be hard to find (and could be insanely expensive, depending on the monitor). Used ones may be abundant.

Click the button to expand the list.

Show Content
Recommended

BenQ XL2420T (120Hz): Previously used at ESEA LANs until (I believe) S15. Model replaced with the XL2420Z. Used to be the most recommended 120+ Hz monitor, but has been superseded by newer BenQ monitors as well as the ASUS VG248QE. Great if you can find it for a cheaper price. 1080p resolution (16:9).
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824014270

Unknown Status

LG W2363D-PF (120Hz): TLR recommended it in 2012, but I doubt he would now. Back then, "[it was] one of the few 120hz that [didn't] have any real problems." 1080p resolution (16:9).
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824005181

Viewsonic VX2268wm (120Hz): IIRC Seanbud uses this monitor; he doesn't have his specifications on his Twitch channel anymore. Seems to be fine, but it's old. 1680 x 1050 resolution (16:10).
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824116452

Samsung Syncmaster 2233RZ (120Hz): Lange uses this monitor. Like the above monitor, it seems to be fine, but it's old. 1680 x 1050 resolution (16:10).
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824001311

BenQ XL2410T (120Hz): Superseded by the XL2411T (120Hz), which was then superseded by the XL2411Z (144Hz). Not sure how good this monitor is, but it's a BenQ. 1080p resolution (16:9).
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824014241

Samsung S23A950D (120Hz): I don't know anything about this monitor. It's aimed at non-gamers so it may have terrible input lag. 1080p resolution (16:9).
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824001473

Samsung S23A700D (120Hz): I don't know anything about this monitor. It's aimed at non-gamers so it may have terrible input lag. 1080p resolution (16:9).
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824001537

Do Not Get

Acer GD235HZbid (120Hz): This has loads of input lag. Only recommended as a last resort, but consider a CRT before this. 1080p resolution (16:9).
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824009222

CRTs

CRTs are the original 120+ Hz monitors. However, they're limited in that you usually can't play at the maximum resolution with greater than 60Hz. Using a lower resolution such as 800x600 or 640x480 will usually allow for this. Unless you can find a widescreen CRT, your effective FOV will be 90 degrees at fov_desired 90, instead of 106.3 degrees with 16:9 monitors or 100.4 with 16:10 monitors. Many people went this route, either due to cost or previous issues that LCD 120+Hz monitors had (input lag, motion blur, etc.). The latter reason is going away due to improvements in 120+Hz monitors (2D Lightboost and usability on AMD for removing motion blur, decreased input lag). CRTs remain much cheaper than even some 60Hz LCD monitors (because few people actually want them in 2016), so they will continue to be a popular choice.

Here's a list of 120+ Hz monitors. It will be updated every so often as new models are released and old models are discontinued.

[b]Last Updated: May 15, 2016[/b]

[u][size=16][b]Monitors In Production[/b][/size][/u]
These monitors are easy to find; they're usually available on Newegg and Amazon. Some are known to be great monitors, while others need more reviews on them to make a suggestion on them.

[url=http://www.144hzmonitors.com/gaming-monitor-list-120hz-144hz-165hz-200hz-240hz/]Click here[/url] for a list that's probably going to be more up-to-date. This one doesn't have any recommendations or monitors to avoid, but you can check reviews and ask on this thread.

[b][size=14]Recommended[/size][/b]

[b][url=http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236313]ASUS VG248QE[/url] (144Hz):[/b] One of the most-used monitors out there (it was the first 24-inch 144Hz monitor). Colors are weird out of the box on refresh rates greater than 60Hz, but can be adjusted to taste. 60Hz colors are fine, but don't get this monitor for that reason. 1080p resolution (16:9).

[i]Tip:[/i] Make sure to calibrate the colors on this screen. There are numerous guides for this.

[b]BenQ (Zowie) XL series (120-144Hz):[/b] One of the most recommended brands for gaming monitors. The XL series are what you want if you want 120+Hz. ESEA used these monitors at most, if not all, ESEA Invite LAN finals. Earlier models only go up to 120Hz but all four current models ([url=http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824014376&cm_re=xl2411z-_-24-014-376-_-Product]XL2411Z[/url], [url=http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824014375&cm_re=xl2720z-_-24-014-375-_-Product]XL2720Z[/url], [url=http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824014384]XL2430T[/url], and [url=http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824014451]XL2730Z[/url]). Supports up to 1080p (16:9) except for XL2730Z which supports up to 1440p (16:9).

[b][size=14]Good[/size][/b]

[b][url=http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824160177]AOC G2460PQU[/url] (144Hz):[/b] Seems like a pretty good monitor looking at reviews, and seems to do better than the above monitors at 144Hz. However, I haven't seen it recommended here. 1080p resolution (16:9).

[b][size=14]Korean Monitors[/size][/b]

Many Korean monitors can be overclocked. However, there is apparently a big risk of stuck/dead pixels. If you buy one of these two: [url=http://www.ebay.com/itm/Perfect-Pixel-X-star-DP2414LED-Full-HD-Gaming-Monitor-24-144Hz-Multi-Port-/221822303311]1[/url] [url=http://www.ebay.com/itm/Perfect-Pixel-QNIX-QX2414-Real-144Hz-24-LED-1920x1080-Full-HD-FPS-PC-Monitor-/121696946784]2[/url] and [url=https://www.reddit.com/r/GlobalOffensive/comments/3dkujx/how_to_overclock_your_monitor_refresh_rate/]follow this overclocking guide on AMD[/url] (you can add custom resolutions/framerates with Nvidia's drivers, but still look at that guide before touching those settings) you should be fine. However, they still have less features and at least the QNIX lacks even an OSD. If you can afford it, you should probably go with a brand-name monitor like ASUS, BenQ, LG, etc.

[size=16][b][u]Discontinued Monitors[/u][/b][/size]
These monitors are no longer in production. This means they're not available on Newegg and new monitors may be hard to find (and could be insanely expensive, depending on the monitor). Used ones may be abundant.

Click the button to expand the list.
[spoiler][size=14][b]Recommended[/b][/size]

[b]BenQ XL2420T (120Hz):[/b] Previously used at ESEA LANs until (I believe) S15. Model replaced with the XL2420Z. Used to be the most recommended 120+ Hz monitor, but has been superseded by newer BenQ monitors as well as the ASUS VG248QE. Great if you can find it for a cheaper price. 1080p resolution (16:9).
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824014270

[size=14][b]Unknown Status[/b][/size]

[b]LG W2363D-PF (120Hz):[/b] TLR recommended it in 2012, but I doubt he would now. Back then, "[it was] one of the few 120hz that [didn't] have any real problems." 1080p resolution (16:9).
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824005181

[b]Viewsonic VX2268wm (120Hz):[/b] IIRC Seanbud uses this monitor; he doesn't have his specifications on his Twitch channel anymore. Seems to be fine, but it's old. 1680 x 1050 resolution (16:10).
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824116452

[b]Samsung Syncmaster 2233RZ (120Hz):[/b] Lange uses this monitor. Like the above monitor, it seems to be fine, but it's old. 1680 x 1050 resolution (16:10).
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824001311

[b]BenQ XL2410T (120Hz):[/b] Superseded by the XL2411T (120Hz), which was then superseded by the XL2411Z (144Hz). Not sure how good this monitor is, but it's a BenQ. 1080p resolution (16:9).[b][/b]
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824014241

[b]Samsung S23A950D (120Hz):[/b] I don't know anything about this monitor. It's aimed at non-gamers so it may have terrible input lag. 1080p resolution (16:9).
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824001473

[b]Samsung S23A700D (120Hz):[/b] I don't know anything about this monitor. It's aimed at non-gamers so it may have terrible input lag. 1080p resolution (16:9).
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824001537

[size=14][b]Do Not Get[/b][/size]

[b]Acer GD235HZbid (120Hz):[/b] This has loads of input lag. Only recommended as a last resort, but consider a CRT before this. 1080p resolution (16:9).
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824009222[/spoiler]

[u][size=16][b]CRTs[/b][/size][/u]

CRTs are the original 120+ Hz monitors. However, they're limited in that you usually can't play at the maximum resolution with greater than 60Hz. Using a lower resolution such as 800x600 or 640x480 will usually allow for this. Unless you can find a widescreen CRT, your effective FOV will be 90 degrees at fov_desired 90, instead of 106.3 degrees with 16:9 monitors or 100.4 with 16:10 monitors. Many people went this route, either due to cost or previous issues that LCD 120+Hz monitors had (input lag, motion blur, etc.). The latter reason is going away due to improvements in 120+Hz monitors (2D Lightboost and usability on AMD for removing motion blur, decreased input lag). CRTs remain much cheaper than even some 60Hz LCD monitors (because few people actually want them in 2016), so they will continue to be a popular choice.
2
#2
0 Frags +

I was browsing Canadian options for that monitor and found that Bestbuy is cheaper than that. Of course that's not including Environmental Fees and Taxes.

http://www.bestbuy.ca/en-CA/product/benq-benq-24-widescreen-3d-ready-led-monitor-with-2ms-response-time-xl2420t-xl2420t/10198341.aspx?path=aca1bf7eb89887fba7a974c365b4659een02

It's $380 from Best Buy Canada.

I was browsing Canadian options for that monitor and found that Bestbuy is cheaper than that. Of course that's not including Environmental Fees and Taxes.

http://www.bestbuy.ca/en-CA/product/benq-benq-24-widescreen-3d-ready-led-monitor-with-2ms-response-time-xl2420t-xl2420t/10198341.aspx?path=aca1bf7eb89887fba7a974c365b4659een02

It's $380 from Best Buy Canada.
3
#3
1 Frags +

get the lg 120hz, it's $255 on amazon http://www.amazon.com/LG-W2363D-PF-23-Inch-Widescreen-Monitor/dp/B0043D2OEA

It's one of the few 120hz that doesn't have any real problems
http://3dvision-blog.com/2698-review-of-the-23-lg-w2363d-120hz-full-hd-3d-gaming-monitor/

get the lg 120hz, it's $255 on amazon http://www.amazon.com/LG-W2363D-PF-23-Inch-Widescreen-Monitor/dp/B0043D2OEA?tag=teamfortresst-20

It's one of the few 120hz that doesn't have any real problems
http://3dvision-blog.com/2698-review-of-the-23-lg-w2363d-120hz-full-hd-3d-gaming-monitor/
4
#4
1 Frags +

Low input lag 120hz monitors

viewsonic vx2268wm (Discontinued) (use google shopping/ ebay)
samsung 2233rz (Discontinued) (use google shopping/ ebay)
lg w2363d
BenQ xl2410t (discontinued)
BenQ xl2420t
Alienware aw2310

Low input lag 120hz monitors

viewsonic vx2268wm (Discontinued) (use google shopping/ ebay)
samsung 2233rz (Discontinued) (use google shopping/ ebay)
lg w2363d
BenQ xl2410t (discontinued)
BenQ xl2420t
Alienware aw2310
5
#5
1 Frags +

Just don't get the acer one

Just don't get the acer one
6
#6
3 Frags +

yeah absolutely do not buy the acer 120hz

the input lag on it is unbearable

yeah absolutely do not buy the acer 120hz

the input lag on it is unbearable
7
#7
9 Frags +

Benq because spawn would never lie to me

Benq because spawn would never lie to me
8
#8
0 Frags +

NiP returns with Heaton as manager <3

NiP returns with Heaton as manager <3
9
#9
0 Frags +
TLRget the lg 120hz, it's $255 on amazon http://www.amazon.com/LG-W2363D-PF-23-Inch-Widescreen-Monitor/dp/B0043D2OEA

It's one of the few 120hz that doesn't have any real problems
http://3dvision-blog.com/2698-review-of-the-23-lg-w2363d-120hz-full-hd-3d-gaming-monitor/

Is that a normal sale price or is this unusually low? Don't really want to spend that kinda dough right now but if it is a really good deal I will...

[quote=TLR]get the lg 120hz, it's $255 on amazon http://www.amazon.com/LG-W2363D-PF-23-Inch-Widescreen-Monitor/dp/B0043D2OEA?tag=teamfortresst-20

It's one of the few 120hz that doesn't have any real problems
http://3dvision-blog.com/2698-review-of-the-23-lg-w2363d-120hz-full-hd-3d-gaming-monitor/[/quote]

Is that a normal sale price or is this unusually low? Don't really want to spend that kinda dough right now but if it is a really good deal I will...
10
#10
0 Frags +

The reviews on amazon say it's not so great. Sometimes I swear 120Hz are the Sandforce SSD's of monitors based on the varying reviews and problems.

The reviews on amazon say it's not so great. Sometimes I swear 120Hz are the Sandforce SSD's of monitors based on the varying reviews and problems.
11
#11
2 Frags +

i have it, i also have had the samsung 120hz. both are great, but the lg has a little better colors and is 1920x1080

i have it, i also have had the samsung 120hz. both are great, but the lg has a little better colors and is 1920x1080
12
#12
3 Frags +
enigmayeah absolutely do not buy the acer 120hz

the input lag on it is unbearable

i've had the acer for 1+ yrs, dont see any problems

[quote=enigma]yeah absolutely do not buy the acer 120hz

the input lag on it is unbearable[/quote]


i've had the acer for 1+ yrs, dont see any problems
13
#13
Tip of the Hats
42 Frags +
unfyeah absolutely do not buy the acer 120hz

the input lag on it is unbearable

i've had the acer for 1+ yrs, dont see any problems

you also cant see where ur aiming ur pills LOLOLOLOLOL

im sorry gabor that was very mean and you are a good demoman

[quote=unf]yeah absolutely do not buy the acer 120hz

the input lag on it is unbearable


i've had the acer for 1+ yrs, dont see any problems[/quote]

you also cant see where ur aiming ur pills LOLOLOLOLOL




im sorry gabor that was very mean and you are a good demoman
14
#14
0 Frags +

i want some catleap pioneers in the tf2 community

http://120hz.net/forumdisplay.php?8-Yamakasi-Catleap-Club

i want some catleap pioneers in the tf2 community

http://120hz.net/forumdisplay.php?8-Yamakasi-Catleap-Club
15
#15
8 Frags +
unfi've had the acer for 1+ yrs, dont see any problems

i didn't really notice anything wrong with it either until I played on another monitor at a norcal LAN i went to

[quote=unf]i've had the acer for 1+ yrs, dont see any problems[/quote]
i didn't really notice anything wrong with it either until I played on another monitor at a norcal LAN i went to
16
#16
0 Frags +

Priority for monitors is really just refresh rate->input lag->color calibration with the last one really up to preference.

Priority for monitors is really just refresh rate->input lag->color calibration with the last one really up to preference.
17
#17
1 Frags +
visitnigPriority for monitors is really just refresh rate->input lag->color calibration with the last one really up to preference.

Input lag > refresh rate. Getting 2ms g2g 5ms color is way more important than refresh rate IMO. But they're usually packaged together with higher refresh rate monitors.

[quote=visitnig]Priority for monitors is really just refresh rate->input lag->color calibration with the last one really up to preference.[/quote]
Input lag > refresh rate. Getting 2ms g2g 5ms color is way more important than refresh rate IMO. But they're usually packaged together with higher refresh rate monitors.
18
#18
1 Frags +

hmm, if im playing on 75 hertz normally would i notice much of a difference if i made the switch to 120?

hmm, if im playing on 75 hertz normally would i notice much of a difference if i made the switch to 120?
19
#19
0 Frags +

planar ws2311 or something is pretty cheap, thread about it on

planar ws2311 or something is pretty cheap, thread about it on [H]
20
#20
0 Frags +
2ci want some catleap pioneers in the tf2 community

http://120hz.net/forumdisplay.php?8-Yamakasi-Catleap-Club

i have a catleap but it's not an overclocking one. last i checked the separate oc pcbs weren't gonna be available for a while yet.

@sally i was able to notice a difference up to about 100hz, so yeah

[quote=2c]i want some catleap pioneers in the tf2 community

http://120hz.net/forumdisplay.php?8-Yamakasi-Catleap-Club[/quote]

i have a catleap but it's not an overclocking one. last i checked the separate oc pcbs weren't gonna be available for a while yet.

@sally i was able to notice a difference up to about 100hz, so yeah
21
#21
0 Frags +

i have the do not get acer :< . turning off post processing has helped to alleviate the input lag so its not so bad i guess. but i recommend against this monitor as i got it only because it was the only cheaper 24" 120hz available where i live.

has anyone tried the new samsung 24"/27" 120hz monitors? i had a friend who bought the S23A750D (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=24-001-475&SortField=0&SummaryType=0&Pagesize=100&PurchaseMark=&SelectedRating=-1&VideoOnlyMark=False&VendorMark=&IsFeedbackTab=true&Keywords=%28keywords%29&Page=1#scrollFullInfo) and tested at my place. the colours look really good for a tn panel (granted its glossy). the only downside to it is you'll need display-port to get 120hz on this model/series as it does not have dvi.

the other model/series (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824001473) though has dvi support but has this weird design that i'm not a fan of.

i have the do not get acer :< . turning off post processing has helped to alleviate the input lag so its not so bad i guess. but i recommend against this monitor as i got it only because it was the only cheaper 24" 120hz available where i live.

has anyone tried the new samsung 24"/27" 120hz monitors? i had a friend who bought the S23A750D (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=24-001-475&SortField=0&SummaryType=0&Pagesize=100&PurchaseMark=&SelectedRating=-1&VideoOnlyMark=False&VendorMark=&IsFeedbackTab=true&Keywords=%28keywords%29&Page=1#scrollFullInfo) and tested at my place. the colours look really good for a tn panel (granted its glossy). the only downside to it is you'll need display-port to get 120hz on this model/series as it does not have dvi.

the other model/series (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824001473) though has dvi support but has this weird design that i'm not a fan of.
22
#22
2 Frags +
Saltysally1hmm, if im playing on 75 hertz normally would i notice much of a difference if i made the switch to 120?

Yes. I've noticed a difference going from 100hz to 120hz on my lcd. The difference from 75Hz is relatively large.

[quote=Saltysally1]hmm, if im playing on 75 hertz normally would i notice much of a difference if i made the switch to 120?[/quote]
Yes. I've noticed a difference going from 100hz to 120hz on my lcd. The difference from 75Hz is relatively large.
23
#23
0 Frags +

http://www.worldwidevoltage.com/lg-w2363d-pf-23--3d-ready-120hz-1080p-lcd-monitor--23-0--diagonal--factory-refurbished--for-usa-.html

worth a shot maybe.........

http://www.worldwidevoltage.com/lg-w2363d-pf-23--3d-ready-120hz-1080p-lcd-monitor--23-0--diagonal--factory-refurbished--for-usa-.html

worth a shot maybe.........
24
#24
0 Frags +

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824001537

SAMSUNG S23A700D Black 23" 2ms 120Hz for $289 and free shipping.

Is this a good deal?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824001537

SAMSUNG S23A700D Black 23" 2ms 120Hz for $289 and free shipping.

Is this a good deal?
25
#25
5 Frags +

Got the XL2420T. The profile mode supplied for TF2 is sorta useless if you use dx8. The "Black eQualizer" thingy probably
isn't going to save you if your eyes are bad enough that you need it, but it does exactly what's advertised, that is, lighten dark areas without washing out bright areas, so it's handy enough if you, I dunno, have a really dark config or that picmip hack. Compare the light/dark areas in gully mid, for example.
Input lag is not noticeable. It's got some wacky feature where you can resize resolution, which came in handy when firing up Brood War. You can adjust the black equalizer from 0-15 real easily from the little remote they give you. It beeps on input but you can turn that off. The bezel is matte, not glossy. Only complaint is that the touch panel seems to light up at random if you place something near it, and the box has a scary black dude on it.

All in all, it's great but it's pricey. I'm new here, so I hope this helps somebody.

Got the XL2420T. The profile mode supplied for TF2 is sorta useless if you use dx8. The "Black eQualizer" thingy probably
isn't going to save you if your eyes are bad enough that you need it, but it does exactly what's advertised, that is, lighten dark areas without washing out bright areas, so it's handy enough if you, I dunno, have a really dark config or that picmip hack. Compare the light/dark areas in gully mid, for example.
Input lag is not noticeable. It's got some wacky feature where you can resize resolution, which came in handy when firing up Brood War. You can adjust the black equalizer from 0-15 real easily from the little remote they give you. It beeps on input but you can turn that off. The bezel is matte, not glossy. Only complaint is that the touch panel seems to light up at random if you place something near it, and the box has a scary black dude on it.

All in all, it's great but it's pricey. I'm new here, so I hope this helps somebody.
26
#26
0 Frags +
JDMYoshiokahttp://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824001537

SAMSUNG S23A700D Black 23" 2ms 120Hz for $289 and free shipping.

Is this a good deal?

It's going to have a lot of input lag. Samsung makes the best TN panels when it comes to color quality though.

[quote=JDMYoshioka]http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824001537

SAMSUNG S23A700D Black 23" 2ms 120Hz for $289 and free shipping.

Is this a good deal?[/quote]
It's going to have a lot of input lag. Samsung makes the best TN panels when it comes to color quality though.
27
#27
0 Frags +

Does anyone know where I can try a 120Hz monitor? I don't want to spend $500 for one and have my eyes not notice any difference between 60 and 120 Hz.

Does anyone know where I can try a 120Hz monitor? I don't want to spend $500 for one and have my eyes not notice any difference between 60 and 120 Hz.
28
#28
0 Frags +

Frys

Frys
29
#29
0 Frags +

I have the Acer and I'm not really that happy with it. It doesnt feel like my old crt at all.

I have the Acer and I'm not really that happy with it. It doesnt feel like my old crt at all.
30
#30
1 Frags +
hookyDoes anyone know where I can try a 120Hz monitor? I don't want to spend $500 for one and have my eyes not notice any difference between 60 and 120 Hz.

Can anyone answer this? I've been stuck with a 60 Hz for a while and I'm looking to upgrade of others' opinions, but I'm not sure if it's the right move if the difference is barely noticeable.

[quote=hooky]Does anyone know where I can try a 120Hz monitor? I don't want to spend $500 for one and have my eyes not notice any difference between 60 and 120 Hz.[/quote]

Can anyone answer this? I've been stuck with a 60 Hz for a while and I'm looking to upgrade of others' opinions, but I'm not sure if it's the right move if the difference is barely noticeable.
1 2 3 4 ⋅⋅ 16
Please sign in through STEAM to post a comment.