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post #31 of 37 (permalink) Old 01-06-2019, 05:02 AM
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I went from a 165hz PG279Q to a 100hz Acer X34 Ultrawide and immediately noticed the difference. So much so that I ended up selling the X34 a couple of months later and getting a XB271HU as a replacement.
Thats interesting i wonder if thats really the hz or the increase in resolution. I feel i get better connected feel when i lowering from 2560x1440 to 1600x1200 in BFV even though i get the same fps. Ive only seen one other person mention this. I wonder if its just in your head, as there is more information for your brain to look at, or if there some more into it.
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Thats interesting i wonder if thats really the hz or the increase in resolution. I feel i get better connected feel when i lowering from 2560x1440 to 1600x1200 in BFV even though i get the same fps. Ive only seen one other person mention this. I wonder if its just in your head, as there is more information for your brain to look at, or if there some more into it.
the X34 is a VA panel tho, which means itll have worse transition times compared to literally any other panel type, that along with VA panels tendency to have a messed up pixel layout, and it kinda makes sense

Not that i could live with IPS glow myself though, still stuck on 22" tn cause apparently upgrades are hard to find.

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X34 uses an LG IPS panel, no VA.
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Disregard what i said then, im sure theres an x3 something thats an VA hah

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Disregard what i said then, im sure theres an x3 something thats an VA hah

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Well, i guess that explains my mix-up then

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Many VA panels have black-to-grey transition times that would barely qualify them for 60Hz panels yet we see many 144Hz displays from Samsung where the high refresh feature is practically useless since you get noticeable black smearing on screen.

For me personally I value picture quality over refresh rate as my competitive gaming days are long over. That being said I wouldn't say no to 144Hz obviously, it is just not a priority. A jump from 1440p to 2160p is immediately noticeable whereas a jump from 100Hz to 144Hz is felt only on super fast rotations usually with mice set on high DPI or high in-game sensitivity. We are talking about extremely diminishing returns.
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