Originally Posted by spicymeatabolle
and what about the hz thing? should i go for 120 then? or a better 60 than what i got now?
That's up to you.
- Depends how sensitive you are to motion blur:
Is the motion blur perceived when tracking the UFO bothering you? Would you like to have better motion clarity?
- Which type of games you play,
Obviously a point and click game or an RPG played casually don't benefit as much from motion clarity than a twitch FPS or an RTS with lots of scrolling.
- Which hardware you got,
Will you be able to run the games at 3 digit frame rates to take full advantage of a 120Hz monitor?
The advantage of 120Hz and 144Hz displays over 60Hz displays are:
- lower input lag
- better fluidity
- less motion blur
- compatibility with low persistence modes. (Lightboost hack, BenQ blur reduction, ULMB, ...)