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Conina said:
goopy20 said:

But I'm still curious if you ever played a game at 120fps and why you think that's so important? I'm also curious if you can tell the difference between native 4k and something like 1440p or checkerboard rendering.

I'm also curious which games you played with 120 fps.

On what system? With which monitor/TV connected?

Well not many because I have a GTX1060, which I admit isn't a great card for gaming at 120fps. However, I was curious what the fuzz was about so I did play some simple games like PugB, Doom, Fortnite on Forza Horizon 4 on my Msi Mag272cqr and I honestly couldn't really tell the difference between 60 and 120fps. It does give you a slight edge in competitive gaming as mouse movement seems a bit snappier, but overall it's complete overkill, especially on consoles.

4K is the same thing. On a pc monitor it does look a lot better but sitting away from a tv, it becomes a lot less noticeable, especially compared to 1440p