Is 75Hz enough for gaming?

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asked Nov 24, 2023 in Monitors by Cay2020 (3,340 points)
Is 75Hz enough for gaming?

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answered Jan 4 by Falled (2,020 points)

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answered Jun 9 by Edward Wong (4,860 points)

My favorite game is minesweeper. If you use the templates, you will notice a significant improvement in your game and you will find it easier to move around the grid and eventually to victory.  So I often play minesweeper on my computer. So if you are interested in online games, you should try monopoly online to have a good time with your friends. So play game, have fun, gain points and win!

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answered Jun 9 by callfromme (15,390 points)
75hz is enough for gaming for most people and even 60hz can be good enough for gaming depending on the games you play.

60Hz is good for gaming for casual gaming, FPS gaming and multimedia.

Although 120Hz is even better for gaming.

The things you should keep in mind when buying a monitor is the resolution you need, the refresh rate, the size of the monitor, the colors of the monitor and the quality of the display, the brightness, ports and whether or not you need a curved display or not.

Choosing the right computer monitor involves considering a range of features, qualities, and benefits to suit your specific needs.

Remember to prioritize factors like display size, resolution, panel technology, refresh rate, and response time based on your intended use.

The size monitor that is best for work is between 24 inches to 27 inches unless  you need to do larger work.

24 inch monitors work best for me for the work I do.

The best monitor size for eyes is 24 inch or larger.

I prefer my 24 inch monitor for my eyes and any smaller than 24 inches is hard on my eyes unless I'm sitting further away from it.

I do have a few 17 inch monitors but only use them to view pictures from a distance.

It is OK to buy a cheap monitor as most cheap monitors are just as good as more expensive monitors.

However for some applications a better quality monitor can make the difference such as for photo editing, video editing etc.

Even used monitors can be okay to buy or refurbished if they are cheap enough and work good.

A bad monitor will look like a blue screen, black or blue or green lines across the monitor which can be either horizontal or vertical and the bad monitor may even glow a faint green color.

A bad monitor can also go dimmer and dimmer and eventually may not turn on or there may be purple spots or other colored spots in the corner of the screen or anywhere else on the computer monitor screen.

In some cases the change of color of the screen or the lines can be from a bad video card or even from a bad VGA cable if you use VGA.

A loose VGA cable can also cause the monitor to have lines and appear as it's going bad or is bad.

You should only need to replace your computer monitor when it starts to go dim or has any imperfections in the screen such as lines, green spots, blue spots etc or has failed.

In some cases lines on the computer monitor screen such as green lines can be due to a loose or bad VGA or other input connection.

There have been times that I thought my computer monitor was going out but turns out it was just a bad VGA cable and sometimes it was just a loose VGA cable.

Simply unplugging the VGA cable and plugging it back in tighter helped it.

I only replace my computer monitors when they start to go bad or go bad.

I usually get 5 years and sometimes 10 years out of a computer monitor.

The computer monitor I'm currently using is around 3 years old and is an ONN computer monitor that I paid slightly less than $100.00 for at Walmart.

I expect it will last another 5 years or longer before it goes bad.

I also have some older LCD monitors such as an 17 inch Dell LCD monitor that is 18 years old and was made in March 2006 and I paid $2.00 for it at a thrift store.

And I also have a 17 inch LCD monitor that was made in March 2005 which is 19 years old that I got for free as it was given to me.

As long as you treat them right most computer monitors will last quite a few years before needing to be replaced.

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