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What's the best 144hz monitor to buy from U.S?

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Hello everyone I'm from Brazil and I'm about to make a trip for the U.S and I'm thinking about to buy a 144hz monitor but I don't understand much about 144hz monitor I know about some models about 144hz like "Asus VG248QE - https://www.asus.com/Monitors_Projectors/VG248QE/", "Benq XL2411T - http://www.benq.com/product/monitor/xl2411t/" and I hear about a model of the Samsung. I think this Benq XL2411T have just in U.K cause' I dont went able to find it from U.S... I wonder what's the best 144hz monitor or a good 144hz monitor? I wanted to know what's the opinon about us guys? I'm wanting to buy it for use in this laptop: "Sager NP9390-S (Clevo P375SM)" you guys know if theses monitors work 144hz in this Laptop? Sorry my poor English I hope you guys reply me. Thank you so much!!!
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The Asus VG248QE is the cheapest one in America, so go with that one. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236313

Sorry, I don't know the answer to your laptop question.
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Wow truly thank you a lot "Remmib" this price sounds awesome for me!!! Someone have more suggestion? Thanks again. : )
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Wow truly thank you a lot "Remmib" this price sounds awesome for me!!! Someone have more suggestion? Thanks again. : )
It will work with your laptop; although you'd need a miniDP -> DP cable.
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Wow truly thank you a lot "Remmib" this price sounds awesome for me!!! Someone have more suggestion? Thanks again. : )
Although Blur Busters highly recommends 120 Hz monitors, it's worth pointing out that GPU's on laptops are usually not capable of fully taking advantage of 120 Hz in video games.
e.g. 60fps @ 120Hz doesn't look all that good; you need something closer to 120fps @ 120Hz

What is your main interest in 120 Hz from a laptop?
What about getting a Toshiba Qosimo X875 instead? That has a fairly powerful GPU and a built-in laptop 120Hz LightBoost LCD screen.

If you are keeping a budget laptop, it may be more cost effective to stick with a 60Hz display. If you're simply looking for judder-free movie playback, many 60Hz displays can be made to run at either 48Hz and/or 72Hz, for better movie playback (may need ToastyX Custom Resolution Utility).
Edited by mdrejhon - 6/26/13 at 9:26pm
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But this Laptop is so much powerful it have SLI 780M I'll run my games about 150 FPS or more maybe in max settings. I'm thinking to buy a laptop with the price max about 3.000 dollars and I think this laptop is the best for this price I don't have sure. What do you guys think about it? And how this "miniDP -> DP cable" work? I'll try know about it though... But are you saying that I'll be able to see the 144hz working correctly I need run my games in 144 FPS or more, right? I have almost sure I'll be able to run my games about 150 FPS or more in the most case. Thank you so much by all support guys. I look forward to receiving their posts. Thank you in advance! Have a blessed day!!
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SLI 780M? Whoa. Ok, yes, it's definitely powerful enough to run many games at frame rates worthy of a 120Hz monitor. Even though 780M is less powerful than desktop 780's, your laptop SLI will outperform most people desktops.

Maybe not Crysis 3 at max settings, but certainly quite a lot of games at reduced settings.
You'll still be able to play many gems like Borderlands 2 and Bioshock Infinite at max settings and benefit from 120Hz/144Hz.

Yes, MiniDP->DP will work to get 1080p@120Hz or 1080p@144Hz from your laptop.

Don't forget to test LightBoost, too!
Edited by mdrejhon - 6/28/13 at 9:17am
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Oh thanks for your reply. I'm thinking to get this Laptop: http://www.xoticpc.com/sager-np9390-clevo-p375sm-eta-midjune-p-5847.html?wconfigure=yes
I'm thinking get a "4th Generation Intel® Haswell Core™ i7-4800MQ" but do you think it's worth? Or is better I continue with the stardart processor "i7-4700MQ"?
Do you know what's the diference the model "Sager NP9390 (Clevo P375SM)" for the "Sager NP9390-S (Clevo P375SM) - http://www.xoticpc.com/sager-np9390s-clevo-p375sm-p-5911.html?wconfigure=yes"? If I mount the same setting in both laptop the model "Sager NP9390-S (Clevo P375SM)" is still a bit more expensive. I don't have sure if you guys understand what I mean though... I'm trying to contact the store but I'm not getting it... Thanks again.
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