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I think it is time for me to jump into this nest of fanatical gamers and ask a question that has been nagging me for a while: Why 144 Hz? Mains frequencies or digital values would seem more likely to be chosen. That is, one might imagine 100 Hz, or 120 Hz, or 128 Hz, or 150 Hz, or 180 Hz, etc., but a dozen dozen hertz?

Was there a study done somewhere relating that frame rate to some human characteristic, like eye fovial "pixels" swept per second given nystagmus motion angular rate? Or was this the best a dominant twisted nematic display maker could do at some point and it became the goal for everyone else?

I can't say for certain but if i was to guess it'd be the latter that i highlighted in bold.
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I believe that it says that after a certain amount of fps,you can't really tell the difference

75hz monitor. don't get me wrong I have a ryzen 1700x and It's beast but at 144hz gaming it's lacking. dota 2 still gets 90-100fps drops but it was already a lot better than before. before bios/windows updates at one point I saw it go as low as 60-70fps
     
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ur 50" 4k tv has less PPI than a 24" 1080p screen, and a 32" 1440p screen has the same PPI as a 24" 1080p screen. So essentially, that 4k tv of urs will have the most noticeable pixels out of all 3 lol.
I consider anything smaller than 32" a monitor for ants. You need to sit 6 inches from a 24-27" screen otherwise it looks tiny. Small monitors can't deliver an immersive game experience versus a big screen. Switching from my 50" back to 32" just fees like I'm gaming on my tablet lol.

Anyway Ryzen R7/R5 are perfect gaming CPU's for 1440p and up. 1080p still belongs to 7700k for now. Congrats Intel on having one CPU worth buying right now tongue.gif
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75hz monitor. don't get me wrong I have a ryzen 1700x and It's beast but at 144hz gaming it's lacking. dota 2 still gets 90-100fps drops but it was already a lot better than before. before bios/windows updates at one point I saw it go as low as 60-70fps

Never played dota but in overwatch i can get 140+ FPS at 1440p, guess it depends on the game.
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You're not getting the 8 core part for $499, I'm so confident of that I'd be willing to buy you one if I'm wrong. That said, I can imagine the 4 and 6 core parts will be below that. The nice thing about the AM4 platform is that you can always get that 8 core part later on if it becomes necessary to upgrade.

Cannot say i did not tell you so lachen.gif

Three 8 core parts all under $500.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=100006676%20100007671%20601294612&IsNodeId=1&Description=ryzen&name=CPUs%20%2f%20Processors&Order=BESTMATCH

Hope you keep your end of the deal and buy one biggrin.gif
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Cannot say i did not tell you so lachen.gif

Three 8 core parts all under $500.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=100006676%20100007671%20601294612&IsNodeId=1&Description=ryzen&name=CPUs%20%2f%20Processors&Order=BESTMATCH

Hope you keep your end of the deal and buy one biggrin.gif

I remember thinking much the same as Fyrwulf back then as far as pricing goes. Goes I'll need to go pick up a hat so I can eat it... honestly I have no clue what to anticipate with AMD's pricing anymore.
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I remember thinking much the same as Fyrwulf back then as far as pricing goes. Goes I'll need to go pick up a hat so I can eat it... honestly I have no clue what to anticipate with AMD's pricing anymore.

I almost forgot I saved that post. @Fyrwulf where are you man?

It is easy to guess AMD pricing. THey are pricing stuff to get marketshare. We know it does not cost $100 or anything close to make a CPU.

$329 for the 1700 they are still making profit.
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You missed the 50" 4K TV I have hooked up as well smile.gif

Which has a lower PPI than my 21.5" 1080p screen from 2004. Your pixels are bigger than mine.
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I consider anything smaller than 32" a monitor for ants. You need to sit 6 inches from a 24-27" screen otherwise it looks tiny. Small monitors can't deliver an immersive game experience versus a big screen. Switching from my 50" back to 32" just fees like I'm gaming on my tablet lol.

Anyway Ryzen R7/R5 are perfect gaming CPU's for 1440p and up. 1080p still belongs to 7700k for now. Congrats Intel on having one CPU worth buying right now tongue.gif

I've got 3x21.5" screens set up to appear as one single screen, it's plenty immersive. And I find that sitting about 0.5m from my screens does me perfectly fine with a smaller than normal text-size. (And I'm pretty short sighted too, literally 10cm of blur free vision when I haven't got glasses on)
I personally prefer not having to sit on the opposite side of the room to my screen so that everything doesn't look like a blurry mess.

I'd also honestly say Ryzen is still a perfect gaming CPU for 1080p...But only if you either plan on upping the res soon or do tasks that Ryzen shows faster performance in plus gaming. It's not like it's slow at gaming, it's just that the Intel is faster.
    
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Which has a lower PPI than my 21.5" 1080p screen from 2004. Your pixels are bigger than mine.
Is this a joke/troll post? You can't possibly be implying that your crappy old (maybe TN?) screen from 2004 is better than his shiny new 4K TV just because your PPI is lower doh.gif
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Which has a lower PPI than my 21.5" 1080p screen from 2004. Your pixels are bigger than mine.

I hope you're not serious. thinking.gifwth.gif Any monitors I've had in the house that were < 24" have long since been given away to family members. My wife doesn't even use anything that small. Just sayin'.. tongue.gifwink.gif
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