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My cousin's iPhone was giving him a lot of trouble, so ended up ordering him an iPhone instead. 

He wanted the new iPhone SE, so thats the one I bought.

 

Will do something about the iPad situation later. I own an old iPad that I'm looking to upgrade, might send him the old one and get one later this year myself.

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1 hour ago, radicaldude said:

 

lower res games might hit 60+ fps on the next gen. Specially some cross platform titles.

Highly unlikely. All TVs and monitors are 60 hz. It's not worth it to go for higher refresh monitors if you plan on staying with consoles. 

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3 minutes ago, dante77 said:

Bought it from the local market. Got it for 17.5k. It doesn't mention refresh rate anyway but model is CF591.

Thank you all for the first help

 

Unless you play a LOT of MP games (and have fairly decent specs) refresh rate is not as important as image quality. 

 

I have two monitors. One is an IPS with 60 hz and the other is a VA at 144hz. Anytime I am not playing MP games, I switch to the IPS. 

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But isn't IPS good only for viewing angles? While VA has better contrast and better blacks? I am not gonna MP games. Maybe some time but doesn't really matter to me.

Can one tell me how many hz this monitor CF591 Have. I was trying to find it when I was therebom the shop but couldn't find anything about it. Lg specifically mentions hz on top of packaging.

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f**king weird. The monitors own website doesnt mention the refresh rate. WTF :lol:

 

I would guess 60 Hz but you could always plug it in and find out. 

 

IPS is also very good for color accuracy. 

 

 

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4 hours ago, dante77 said:

Bought it from the local market. Got it for 17.5k. It doesn't mention refresh rate anyway but model is CF591.

Thank you all for the first help

 

it is a 60Hz monitor with 4ms response time.

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f**king weird. The monitors own website doesnt mention the refresh rate. WTF
 
I would guess 60 Hz but you could always plug it in and find out. 
 
IPS is also very good for color accuracy. 
 
 
 
it is a 60Hz monitor with 4ms response time.
Yeah. Just found out from the settings. Thanks guys.

I am enjoying the monitor so far. I think there were some text tearing issue but I figured it was not an issue since inside any website or videos were working perfectly fine. Did some settings and monitor adjustments and I don't know what worked but text now do look sharp.
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Is there some correlation between the frequency of the monitor and the response time. I.e. can we have a 4k monitor with a 144hz frequency and 5ms response time? 

 

Ps- next gen is making things uber confusing on the display front atleast. I am confused with which display to go for that'll give me all the bells and whistles with an uber smooth gameplay (making full use of those teraflops and that ssd)

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3 hours ago, radicaldude said:

Is there some correlation between the frequency of the monitor and the response time. I.e. can we have a 4k monitor with a 144hz frequency and 5ms response time? 

 

Ps- next gen is making things uber confusing on the display front atleast. I am confused with which display to go for that'll give me all the bells and whistles with an uber smooth gameplay (making full use of those teraflops and that ssd)

Wont response time be 1/frequency? 

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4 hours ago, radicaldude said:

Is there some correlation between the frequency of the monitor and the response time. I.e. can we have a 4k monitor with a 144hz frequency and 5ms response time? 

 

Ps- next gen is making things uber confusing on the display front atleast. I am confused with which display to go for that'll give me all the bells and whistles with an uber smooth gameplay (making full use of those teraflops and that ssd)

 

Don't think such a thing exists, even if it does it will be insanely expensive

basically if it's TN or VA panel high frequency monitors will also have low response time, because they are targeted towards the e-sports/ BR Crowd who play at high fps anyway.

IPS or similar panels will be very expensive if they have low response time in addition to 1440p or 4k and 120hz plus frequency.

 

TLDR unless it's too bad idk if response time matters

 

btw if you're playing on console only no point burning blood over all this :lol:

 

4k TVs or 4k60hz monitors will do, console games in general won't go above 30 fps, so no point.

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14 hours ago, i_rock098 said:

60fps has been the standard for PC for multiple generations of console lifetime. It's actually sad the upcoming consoles still don't have 60fps as standard.

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Standard as in a 60 fps lock, depending on settings and res, not all games will push full 60 at all times, it will be variable frame rate with upper limit being vysnc 60 fps.

In todays open world games, go into any city or hub area with lots of NPCs and fps will tank, you go to wilderness type areas and fps will rebound again.

 

TLDR on PC you get mostly 60 fps, with drops, with the same or better graphics than consoles of the current gen

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Standard as in a 60 fps lock, depending on settings and res, not all games will push full 60 at all times, it will be variable frame rate with upper limit being vysnc 60 fps.

In todays open world games, go into any city or hub area with lots of NPCs and fps will tank, you go to wilderness type areas and fps will rebound again.

 

TLDR on PC you get mostly 60 fps, with drops, with the same or better graphics than consoles of the current gen

 

Yeah i know, that post was to compare the fps with the next gen consoles. The fps on PC depends on your hardware, most of the time you would be pushing more than 60fps if you have a good hardware. Drop settings to medium and turn on vsync and you get constant 60fps most of the time, though yes you do get slightly more input lag.

 

Also I think we should discuss these monitor related stuff in the PC thread. This thread is getting very off topic.

 

 

 

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13 hours ago, radicaldude said:

Is there some correlation between the frequency of the monitor and the response time. I.e. can we have a 4k monitor with a 144hz frequency and 5ms response time? 

 

Ps- next gen is making things uber confusing on the display front atleast. I am confused with which display to go for that'll give me all the bells and whistles with an uber smooth gameplay (making full use of those teraflops and that ssd)

 

Divide 1000 by hz of monitor. The number you get should be higher than response time. If its lower then you're getting bottlenecked by response time. For eg 60hz panel has inherent latency of 16.66ms. But if your TV panel has a lag (or response time) of 20ms then your overall lag will be 20ms. For 144hz anything below 7ms is good. Anything above 7ms and you start seeing trail behind your mouse cursor. 

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