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I've been doing some research on this. It seems there is a "sweet spot" that most people preffer.
Vsync on, and using a frame limiter locked at 59-58 fs, seems to reduce or completely remove tearing and input lag! I have yet to try this when i get home tomorrow, and i will report back in this topic just to ensure other people having the same issue can read about it.

As far as 120hz monitors go, im guessing it would be the same process. 118-119 fps and vsync, but because it's twice as fast in refresh rate, i don't know if it's even neccesary.
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I've been doing some research on this. It seems there is a "sweet spot" that most people preffer.
Vsync on, and using a frame limiter locked at 59-58 fs, seems to reduce or completely remove tearing and input lag! I have yet to try this when i get home tomorrow, and i will report back in this topic just to ensure other people having the same issue can read about it.

As far as 120hz monitors go, im guessing it would be the same process. 118-119 fps and vsync, but because it's twice as fast in refresh rate, i don't know if it's even neccesary.
I wouldn't be able to play with 60 FPS on 60Hz monitor since it does feel horrible. For maximum performance I need smooth 200 FPS at least (Team Fortress 2). Also you gotta understand every engine is using "different" methods of rendering an image etc. basically what I'm trying to say that it's not so easy as it might sound.
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I wouldn't be able to play with 60 FPS on 60Hz monitor since it does feel horrible. For maximum performance I need smooth 200 FPS at least (Team Fortress 2). Also you gotta understand every engine is using "different" methods of rendering an image etc. basically what I'm trying to say that it's not so easy as it might sound.

Point taken, however after reading people's personal prefferences i think this is my best shot as a 60hz user.
I hate screen tearing and i hate input lag. So for me balance is the key.
120 hz will definantly reduce both and give me the experience i'm looking for or close too it.
So i will be purhcasing a 120hz monitor any time soon.
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