Question How much is there a difference between 1m and 4 m in refresh rate?

Aug 19, 2019
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K so I have a 4m refresh rate monitor right now and I don’t lnow if I should buy a 1m refresh rate monitor. Is it really going to make that big of a difference?
 

siaan312

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1mS and 4ms are not the refreshrate.
theyre the pixel responsiveness of the monitor, how fast the pixels can FULLY change.
1ms is obviously the best but i doubt youll notice anything less than 5

the refresh rate is how many times a picture is shown.
30hz 60hz 75hz 120hz 144hz 165hz 240hz
those are the most common of the bunch, 60hz being the most common now today.
if you have a 60hz monitor, i might suggest getting 144hz but that depends on what pc you have and what games you play.

but for your question, no, there is basically no difference between 1ms and 4ms (especially in a 60hz monitor.)
 
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1mS and 4ms are not the refreshrate.
theyre the pixel responsiveness of the monitor, how fast the pixels can FULLY change.
1ms is obviously the best but i doubt youll notice anything less than 5

the refresh rate is how many times a picture is shown.
30hz 60hz 75hz 120hz 144hz 165hz 240hz
those are the most common of the bunch, 60hz being the most common now today.
if you have a 60hz monitor, i might suggest getting 144hz but that depends on what pc you have and what games you play.

but for your question, no, there is basically no difference between 1ms and 4ms (especially in a 60hz monitor.)
So I’m using one that’s 4m you think I won’t notice a difference to a 1m. Because I prefer not to spend extra money on a monitor with 1m that doesn’t really show a difference or if it even even benefits ?
 

siaan312

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So I’m using one that’s 4m you think I won’t notice a difference to a 1m. Because I prefer not to spend extra money on a monitor with 1m that doesn’t really show a difference or if it even even benefits ?
i know you wont notice a difference

if you want a new monitor, search for a higher REFRESH RATE
your monitor is probably 60hz, the next step up is 120hz or 144hz

but again, you need to see if your pc can get 120fps in the games you play.
anything below 5ms is good enough. its the refresh rate that matters
 
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i know you wont notice a difference

if you want a new monitor, search for a higher REFRESH RATE
your monitor is probably 60hz, the next step up is 120hz or 144hz

but again, you need to see if your pc can get 120fps in the games you play.
anything below 5ms is good enough. its the refresh rate that matters
Really appreciate it dude saved me and thanks for the help
 

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