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What's the difference between 60hz and 120hz? Is it just the amount of FPS able to be shown? I remember watching a 60fps video for the first time and everything was so smooth compared to 24/30fps.

So you'd have to be able to get 60+ fps constant to notice the difference right?

Also, they arn't planning on making any IPS with 120hz are there? Theres more then colours with the hole IPS/TN thing and in saying that I literally can't use a TN cause of it.
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What's the difference between 60hz and 120hz? Is it just the amount of FPS able to be shown? I remember watching a 60fps video for the first time and everything was so smooth compared to 24/30fps.

So you'd have to be able to get 60+ fps constant to notice the difference right?
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Also, they arn't planning on making any IPS with 120hz are there? Theres more then colours with the hole IPS/TN thing and in saying that I literally can't use a TN cause of it.
The only ones currently out there are the same kind of fake 120hz that is used in TVs. Interpolated, input only 60hz. No news on upcoming IPS 120hz models. But they'll be here in a couple of years, I think.

If you want a good image and 120hz, the new samsung 27" sa950 is one good choice, it comes very close to an IPS in terms of color production, even though it's TN. Also possibilities: CRTs. Like the Fw900 and its rebrands. Image quality mostly like a VA panel, but much faster than even a TN panel. But that's a very difficult road to go on.
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The only ones currently out there are the same kind of fake 120hz that is used in TVs. Interpolated, input only 60hz. No news on upcoming IPS 120hz models. But they'll be here in a couple of years, I think.

If you want a good image and 120hz, the new samsung 27" sa950 is one good choice, it comes very close to an IPS in terms of color production, even though it's TN. Also possibilities: CRTs. Like the Fw900 and its rebrands. Image quality mostly like a VA panel, but much faster than even a TN panel. But that's a very difficult road to go on.
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Originally Posted by MiyaDV View Post
What's the difference between 60hz and 120hz? Is it just the amount of FPS able to be shown? I remember watching a 60fps video for the first time and everything was so smooth compared to 24/30fps.

So you'd have to be able to get 60+ fps constant to notice the difference right?

Also, they arn't planning on making any IPS with 120hz are there? Theres more then colours with the hole IPS/TN thing and in saying that I literally can't use a TN cause of it.
120hz is just that twice as many frames per second over 60hz its not as noticable as 30-60fps but it still suprisingly noticable.

but yeah if you cards only throwing out 40fps then there isnt much point

There are some 120hz IPS out already but only in japan and they are prohibitively expensive and very much experimental tech, dont expect to be seeing them any time soon.

Edit: I stand corrected >< was remebering this aricle I read it before the correction ^^

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Its just that the 120hz monitors are much more expensive...unless I'm mistaken, IPS and 60hz TN are the only monitors that are realistically available around $300
I'm not exactly up on my NZ prices but 120hz tn screens should be around the same or slightly cheaper than ips screens at least they are in this country
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the U2312HM is $314 with coupon code
from

http://epp.enfatico.asia/nz/

just type university of auckland and login you don't need epp code.

They need to fix it lol.
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It says its $369?
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