Do you think that laptop screens with 240Hz or 300Hz are a gimmick?

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  1. Peto Pedro

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    Well I know but I have 4k@60 Tv 65'' for now .. And when I reduced resolution to 1080 it is really really bad... My friend got that new LG TV CX 48'' 120Hz and 3090 As 3000 nvidia series support HDMI 2.1 if you see it you would NEVER go back to poor 1k ... Desktop in 120Hz is AMAZING
     
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    NO just posted that there is one 4k 17.3 144Hz laptop panel and 3 15.6'' 120 Hz
    I was in that impression that those laptop panels they advertise 300Hz are 4k but they are just 1k
    I realised.
     
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    Ahhh...yes.... higher rates on smaller pixel area.

    4K tops out reliably at 120hz though.

    FHD for whatever reason pushes it to 300hz which is overkill for 99.999% of applications and doesn't make sense to me personally. 120/144hz are more than enough before things get blurry.
     
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    Exactly I as looking for 2k monitors too but I don't like those generic 27'' or 28''
    I need from 30'' to 40'' monitor Currently I have GTX 1660 super and warzone funs perfectly on full all details
    But imagine my TV is 60Hz and when I connected my RiG to friends new LG 120Hz I checked fps and it ran 75-80 fps .. I know you right fps won't reach or match 120hz or 144hz for long time
    But the desktop work on 120Hz is awesome in 4k
     
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    Exactly And monitors are made only with 144 Hz and TVs 120Hz .. Don't know why but these two frequencies are totally enough ..That's why I asked in title that 240Hz and 300Hz are basicaly fake .. Useless..
     
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    https://www.pcpepper.com/choosing-refresh-rate-for-gaming-monitors-60hz-vs-120hz-vs-240hz/

    https://www.notebookcheck.net/Do-yo...bout-high-refresh-rate-monitors.434392.0.html

    Most outputs won't do above 60hz unless you're using a desktop/dedicated GPU.....

    When I connect my server to my TCL 55" i get 30hz on the Intel GPU but, if I connected using the dedicated AMD it will push upwards to 60 or 120hz.

    2nd link will show you perception of anything above 120hz

    If you're gaming it's a combo of HZ / ms... 4K won't get you the ms you're pushing for unless you're paying for the speed north of $1K to start out at.
     
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    It depends your TV supports 120HZ? Then if you want 60Hz from your intel gpu u need connect mini DP port (on laptop) with club 3D adapter Mini DP to HDMI.
    https://www.club-3d.com/en/detail/2339/mini_displayport_1.2_to_hdmi_2.0_active_adapter/
    https://www.club-3d.com/en/detail/2443/mini_displayport_1.4_to_hdmi_2.0b_hdr/
     
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    Ah the classic tale of once you experience something better, you can never go back. I experienced this when I got my first 120 Hz 1080p screen. It looked amazing and still does. 60 fps now looks laggy to me, and 30 fps looks much worse than it did before. My perception speed must've increased. This is the reason I will never get a 240 Hz monitor. It'll ruin gaming for me.
     
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    Is it just laptop screen or monitor max 1080 ?
     
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    It's a 120 Hz 1080p panel for my Alienware Ranger in my signature.

    Also I get the point of 4K looking better on 4K screens. Screens look their best when you run them at their native resolution. Running at a lower resolution and upscaling causes blurriness.
     
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