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I got 144hz monitor now and love it, once you had it you dont want to go back to 60Hz, same as w ith IPS vs TN etc. 144Hz looks so good comparing to 60Hz, even if you can keep refreshing rate at 100Hz it still makes a big difference.

Could you explain exactly how you notice the difference with your own eyes? smile.gif
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This picture looks epic dude. biggrin.gif The furniture and stuff in the background looks like 1880 and then there is something from the future standing on the table thumb.gif

Pretty cool smile.gif Not saying the furniture sucks, I do like the natural look. With all the cheap ikea stuff everyone has, I do appreciate the natural look for a change.. Plus it looks like its gonna last for the next 100 years, unlike all the cheap stuff ppl normally have.
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Could you explain exactly how you notice the difference with your own eyes? smile.gif

What do you mean? Should I notice the difference in refreshing rate with somebody else eyes or you mean that I should not see any difference between 60Hz and 144Hz at all?
post #2834 of 9392
60hz vs 120hz / 144hz is night and day difference. I cant go back to 60hz. You notice a big difference. The motion feels more fluid and it just gives a smooth feeling overall.
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What do you mean? Should I notice the difference in refreshing rate with somebody else eyes or you mean that I should not see any difference between 60Hz and 144Hz at all?

I meant if you could describe the difference HOW you notice it
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60hz vs 120hz / 144hz is night and day difference. I cant go back to 60hz. You notice a big difference. The motion feels more fluid and it just gives a smooth feeling overall.
While moving the mouse and using windows?
In games? In everything you do, or quick movements mostly? or just certain games genres?
post #2836 of 9392
Just moving your mouse on the desktop at 144hz is much more smooth than 60hz.
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Yep even mouse movement is much smoother with 120hz / 144hz
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Yep even mouse movement is much smoother with 120hz / 144hz
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Just moving your mouse on the desktop at 144hz is much more smooth than 60hz.

Well, saying that, I can't even look at the desktop if it is at 60Hz now, it makes me sick who-let-rip-smiley.png

iLeak Stuff - are you taking a piss now, aren't you?
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Oh dear SCAN have just increased the price of the monitor to £717.92...
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Oh dear SCAN have just increased the price of the monitor to £717.92...

It was increased yesterday.
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