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They take away the glare, but they have amber lenses. There are some that have clear lenses for people who work in true color, but i havent tried them out so i cant say whether they have the same effect or not
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Originally Posted by kuehlman View Post
Yes, actually. My monitor is 60hz and I play TF2, before I figured out what was causing a stutter, it was that my video cards would try to let TF2 play higher than 60 FPS, and it'd jump to 140+ FPS for a second, causing a very noticeable ugly stutter. So I had to limit the game's MAX FPS.
Ok, thank you. This is a question that has been runnin around me for some time now. +Rep
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