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[Best Buy] $249.99: Dell 32" WQHD 60Hz 1ms GTG TFT LED Gaming Monitor. Save $135

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[Best Buy] $249.99: Dell 32" WQHD 60Hz 1ms GTG TFT LED Gaming Monitor. Save $135

$249.99: Dell 32" WQHD 60Hz 1ms GTG TFT LED Gaming Monitor. Save $135

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Gaming monitor... 60hz...

seems legit :facepalm:
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Good deal. But hope this was 24" or 27" for $50 less. 32" is way too much for a gaming monitor... :rolleyes:
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Bawler wrote: Gaming monitor... 60hz...

seems legit :facepalm:
If you play casual or rpg/mmorpg then 60hz is ok. 144 is only good if you play lots of fps.
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thechosen1 wrote: If you play casual or rpg/mmorpg then 60hz is ok. 144 is only good if you play lots of fps.
Disagree.

I just got my first 144hz monitor a couple weeks ago and EVERYTHING is much better on it. Even web browsing.
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60Hz with 1ms response is absolute ok for games.
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I would suggest claiming 60Hz as a gaming monitor is a bit of a stretch. I'm not saying you need 144Hz (which is probably overkill for 90% of gamers), but I think we can all agree that 75Hz -- if not 100Hz -- is the bare minimum before you can call something a Gaming Monitor.

Sure, you can play games at 60Hz, but that doesn't make it a gaming monitor. I can play games on a A4 CPU with 4 GB of RAM, but that doesn't mean that's a gaming computer.
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Password wrote: I can play games on a A4 CPU with 4 GB of RAM, but that doesn't mean that's a gaming computer.
Just add Stadia and it is! :)
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60Hz/75Hz monitors should be illegal. You can’t go back to them after experiencing a higher refresh rate. Same goes for smartphones
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1ms so TN panel? Couldn't find the panel type on bestbuy.ca, except for the stupid TFT...
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BinaryJay wrote: Just add Stadia and it is! :)
LOL - sounds like some of the PR for Stadia - people just don't get what streaming really is.
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phoreoneone wrote: 60Hz/75Hz monitors should be illegal. You can’t go back to them after experiencing a higher refresh rate. Same goes for smartphones
Don't go out and buy a consumer-level laptop - the crappy 768p screens will give you a coronary and an embolism at the same time.

And to be honest, at 60Hz at this price and size, I would looking at it more as a general use display - you just don't see these for under $250 and it doesn't have a horrible stand like the $299 (on sale from $399) 75Hz Freesync Acer.
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My 15 year old 30" has better resolution then 2560 x 1440 at 2560 x 1600

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