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Best monitor for my graphics card?

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#1 Jordss


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Posted 25 June 2014 - 04:11 AM

Had this computer a while now, I don't know if its good or bad but it's a radeon HD 6570 card, would this even manage 120hz 1 ms monitors? Or would it be best with ips monitors?

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Posted 25 June 2014 - 03:41 PM

What are you looking to do on the monitor?  Any monitor with an input that matches your video card will work with it.

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Posted 25 June 2014 - 03:43 PM

they really have no correlation to each other, the 120HZ monitor will work best with things running at 120, 60, 30, or 24 frames per second (blurays are typically 24fps) that has nothing to do with your graphics card, well not nothing, but very little, as long as your graphics card can play a game above 30fps it will look nice and smooth.


1ms refers only to how fast pixels respond, the slower they are the more ghosting you will see, ghosting is a smudge where something used to be, think a mouse with a trail but one that fades quickly, anything faster than 6-8ms GTG is pretty much imperceptible to the human eye by definition.

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