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    Monitor refresh rate advice

    For casual gaming, does greater than 60 HZ refresh rate for monitors make significant difference to the experience? In your opinion would you rather purchase a monitor at say 144-240 HZ 1440p without IPS over a 60HZ 1440p IPS display?

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    Re: Monitor refresh rate advice

    Should probably browse more of the posts in this section as your questions have likely already been answered...
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    Re: Monitor refresh rate advice

    Quote Originally Posted by Zidane View Post
    For casual gaming, does greater than 60 HZ refresh rate for monitors make significant difference to the experience? In your opinion would you rather purchase a monitor at say 144-240 HZ 1440p without IPS over a 60HZ 1440p IPS display?
    I would say yes, depending on what you are using it for. The higher the refresh rate, the better I perform in first person shooters

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