Should be more than good enough to run 144Hz all the time. Likely they're calling it that for Marketing reasons.weilin :Why would you ever run that monitor at something other than 144Hz?
Good question. Does make you wonder why they'd call it a 'Turbo' button. Does this mean we're overdriving the normal panel refresh rate with no guarantees of operating 100% of the time at 120 or 144Hz like those 2560x1440 "120Hz" IPS panels already out?
Marketing? Or for the same reason my original PC's had a Turbo button to go from 8Mhz to 12Mhz or whatever it was? Of course, back then, occasionally to play some of the CGA games, you had to slow down the system otherwise the on-screen action was too fast to control. Ahhh, the good ol' days!Why would you ever run that monitor at something other than 144Hz?
If you can't reach 144fps in-game... if you use the backlight strobing (aka lightboost) but your frame rate is lower than refresh rate you'll get the double image effect. And if you're not using lightboost then that's a bit of a waste...Why would you ever run that monitor at something other than 144Hz?
I run 2x 290x on BF4 running Ultra at 135% resolution on my 120hz Samsung SA950D monitor. Using Mantle my FPS is 140-160 FPS that's 1440P internal resolution.Do you guys are able to run 144fps on 2560x1440? are you using the 880 SLI or the R9 390x CF? why you guys so exited I don´t think with the actual hardware you can´t run those pixels at that refresh rate