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This is so frustrating. I'm looking for deals on a good 120hz monitor but nearly half of the models I find do not even list the refresh rate in the specifications. They list every single attribute of the monitor even the most useless statistics and they don't list the refresh rate? How is this even possible... it should be one of the first things mentioned.

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http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=1990493&CatId=4420
 

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Because 60hz is standard and anything higher would be a selling point therefore they would list it
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Because 60hz is standard and anything higher would be a selling point therefore they would list it
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Just research some 120hz models then you will know what to look out for. Good luck man.

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