I’d like to post about 60 FPS vs 144 FPS, share my experiences between the two FPS rates and see if having 144 FPS over 60 FPS actually matters.
I had gamed at 60 FPS on my PC rig for about 4 years before I decided to upgrade to a better video card and monitor to display higher frames per second with all of the different games that I play.
Some of you might not see a huge difference whereas others will say that the difference is very significant and that gaming at 144 FPS vs 60 FPS is an absolute no brainer.
Let’s take a look the actual differences between the two, what it takes to achieve 60 FPS, what it takes to achieve 144 FPS and discuss whether or not if it’s worth the upgrades to get higher FPS rates. Continue reading →
I’d like to post an ASUS VG278Q review because I’ve been using it for a good while now as a main monitor and for the price, you get a ton of features.
The maximum resolution is 1920 x 1080 pixels. Today, this is the perfect resolution as the picture quality of videos, games and photos look great at this resolution. Combine that with 144hz refresh rate, 1ms response time and other great features and you’ve got the ASUS VG278Q.
We’ll go over the technicals for those of you that don’t know what those specs quite mean.
It’s time to review the Dell S2716DG 27″ monitor because it’s one of the best selling 1440p monitors on Amazon. Let’s see if it’s actually worth getting!
Usually 1440p monitors are priced super high when they have a bunch of features included but that’s not the case with the S2716DC model. With G-Sync and a moveable screen, the price really isn’t all that bad!