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post #11 of 13
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that makes perfect sense, for some reason I thought the monitor frame rates where separate ? dunno why ... xD

Im a bit confused when you say CPU you talking about the processor right ? and from my knowledge (which as you can tell is limited!) doesnt affect the frame rated as long as it is compatible to the fullest with the graphic card?

or do you mean CPU as in just the Computer ?

And yes I can see the asus is cheaper aswell smile.gif ty
post #12 of 13
Even if you don't get 120fps in games you will notice decreased blur with a 120Hz panel.

Sounds like you would be better off putting more money into your graphics card first, then getting a better monitor.

In any case my vote is of course for high resolution IPS panel monitor, does not have to be 120Hz.
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post #13 of 13
Yes cpu (central processing unit) is your processor. And it does affect your fps in many games. You generally need something around the benchmarks of i5 2500 to play pretty much anything on high settings. Some games though are not affected much by your cpu (most actually).
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