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    Where or how to find out about the hz supported in max resolution?

    One of my priorities is at least 75hz, of course, using the monitor's native res mode. 60 fps is too low for first person shooters. I have information about these two 27" models. However, nobody is sure whether they allow 1920x1080@75hz or not. Can this be found out from the following data...
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    Samsung P2770FH, do you recommend it?

    Somewhere I've read that this 27" monitor is even better: ASUS VE278Q I the specs I can read it supports up to 85hz. http://www.twenga.es/precios-VE278Q-ASUS-Monitor-LCD-643230-0
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    Samsung P2770FH, do you recommend it?

    I had considered buying the 120hz LG monitor, but now I've found this Samsung, which although it's 60hz, it features 1ms of response time, and 27"! I think that big screen must look much more impressive with games. I suppose I can play well my first person shooters at 75fps with sync (I suppose...
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    Question about 120hz monitors

    Thankyou for the replies. Anyone can confirm this with the LG? I really like this model because it's supposed to have no lag at all. Do you recommend it?
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    Question about 120hz monitors

    I have some questions about 120hz monitors. Can they be set to 1920x1080, not only at 60 hz or 120 hz, but also at intermediate frequencies such as 75, 85 or 100 hz? Can any user confirm this? I'm thinking about the LG or Samsung models. And my second question: is it true that using a...
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