Tagged With gaming monitors

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A decade ago, people used to get excited by the prospect of LCD screens that could do just 100Hz. These days you can throw a stick at a LAN and chances are you'll hit a screen with a super high refresh rates.

But there's high, and then there's the ASUS ROG Swift PG258Q monitor. How high, you ask? 240Hz high.

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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.