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Motion 240 or 144hz?

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I have a lg 24gm77 and it has motion 240, in order for it to work you have to turn your refresh rate down to 120hz. Witch is better and why?
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Try it and find out.
Not many people own that monitor.
But motion 240 is LG's term for blur reduction. It can also be used at 100hz and functions pretty similarly to Benq's blur reduction on the Z series monitors before the XL2730Z.

It should only be used if you can keep and lock the FPS equal to the refresh rate at all times (100hz=100 FPS or 120hz=120 fps), then there is a noticeable increase in gaming quality from having no motion blur.

If your FPS is very low, you might as well just use 144hz and play like that normally.
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