Originally Posted by Sujeto 1
So guys, as corollary, is not recommended to buy 120 Hz over higher resolution, cause we would be forced to keep more than 100 FPS on everygame to enjoy 120 Hz experience? 100+ FPS its posible today on some games but not in the long run i think. So 120 Hz sounds like a bad investment.
It means you get a smoother experience any time you are above 60FPS (compared to when on 60Hz). For FPS games I always prefer buttery smoothness to graphical fidelity.
Also, you're forgetting the fact that 120Hz is so much better for when you watch shows/movies on your monitor, and general computing just feels smoother - but that is a small pro.
I personally feel 60Hz is not worth owning, especially when 120Hz is so cheap these days. But now that you can have the best of both worlds, 1440p @ 120Hz for $300, we don't have to choose anymore.