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LG 32QN600-B 32-Inch QHD (2560 x 1440) IPS Monitor with HDR 10, AMD FreeSync with Dual HDMI Inputs, Black $209.99 + F/S - Amazon

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  • 32" Class QHD (2560 x 1440) IPS Display (31.5" Screen Size)
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  • Connectivity: DisplayPort, HDMI (x2), Headphone
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Only 75 hz.
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Thanks. Would this be good for FPS gaming such as COD? When the main picture shows a spread sheet, I assume the monitor is for work.
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Only 75 hz.
Very astute observation. I wonder why its only $210 dollars. Rolleyes2
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Thanks. Would this be good for FPS gaming such as COD? When the main picture shows a spread sheet, I assume the monitor is for work.
Depends on your budget. For FPS shooters id be looking for good response time and 100hz refresh rate. But your looking at spending probably about 100 more for one.

See https://smile.amazon.com/SAMSUNG-...28e6d374b3
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Only 75 hz.
Total newb question... why do I want more/less than 75hz?
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Quote from Spawne32 :
Depends on your budget. For FPS shooters id be looking for good response time and 100hz refresh rate. But your looking at spending probably about 100 more for one.

See https://smile.amazon.com/SAMSUNG-...28e6d374b3 [amazon.com]
Thanks for the helpful reply.
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Total newb question... why do I want more/less than 75hz?
Refresh rates and response times are not static, some monitors handle slower refresh rates at faster response times better than a high refresh rate monitor that might have alot slower average refresh rates. The static specs they put on paper are only what they are capable of at max, but it doesnt make it good. Any good review site will plot the response times across a table showing what they are capable of at different refresh rates.
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Refresh rates and response times are not static, some monitors handle slower refresh rates at faster response times better than a high refresh rate monitor that might have alot slower average refresh rates. The static specs they put on paper are only what they are capable of at max, but it doesnt make it good. Any good review site will plot the response times across a table showing what they are capable of at different refresh rates.
I see, that makes sense, thanks for the response.
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I see, that makes sense, thanks for the response.
Rtings usually does some good breakdowns on monitors and TV's, I would advise looking at some of their reviews.
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Only 75 hz.
I'm looking for a monitor that can do 120 frame rate. What setting should i be looking for? Thanks for your help.
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I think it is the one Costco sold for 199. If so, it is nice general purpose monitor.
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Thanks. Would this be good for FPS gaming such as COD? When the main picture shows a spread sheet, I assume the monitor is for work.
Go for the CostCo carried LG that has 165Hz and HDR10. I've got 2 and they're great for gaming as a base model. Not IPS though.
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