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One of the great joys of a PC setup is symmetry. Everything is synchronised. The space is clean. Organised.

That's true for monitors too. Monitors must be the same size. Everything must be even. Ordered.

But there's a good argument for throwing that logic out the window.

Shared from Gizmodo

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The other day my esteemed boss, Mark, popped the question: he needed a new monitor that he could plug his console into. Not a TV -- he's got one of those. Just a monitor. It had to be around 26 to 32 inches, and he didn't want to break the bank to get his gaming fix.

Fortunately, one of our colleagues came up with an incredibly helpful reply -- one that you might find very useful if you're in a similar position.

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If you have a powerful gaming PC, you know that 60 frames per second is not enough. Newer LCD monitors can display up to 144 frames per second, but it's surprisingly hard to find exactly which monitors support this standard, as well as more advanced tech like FreeSync and G-Sync variable refresh rates. So, we've rounded them all up into one big list.