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post #11 of 14
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Oh I know that, I was merely commenting as to what I thought on the matter. I do Appreciate everyones help on the matter reguardles.
post #12 of 14
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Well, something that just came to mind, Would it be at all sane to get 120Hz monitors or just stick to 60hz ones? Questions, Questions
post #13 of 14
well if you're doing tri monitor setup, be aware that the hardware doesn't exist yet to run 3x 1080p monitors at 120FPS in gaming, at least not with all the eyecandy on.

Also, if you want to use portrait mode, TN really doesn't work too well, which makes current 120hz monitors not too feasible for that kinda setup.

But as senator listed, ton's of new stuff coming in the next few months so really hard to predict what'll be good in a few months.
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post #14 of 14
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Fairy snuff, I didn't think 120hz would work all that well. Heck not that I've gamed over 60fps anyway I usually have a problem with lots of tearing on monitors. I'll see about it closer the time, Its not like the moniors are a nessesary part of the PC.

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