You have.I may be wrong, but gaming monitors seem to be getting pretty far ahead of current GPU's capabilities.
What GPU existing today, even the mighty RTX 3090, can drive a AAA game (at good settings) in 4K at 144/155 FPS consistently? Have I lost pace?
Thanks for the insight! Just a thought though... you're reply refers to 1440p, but what about- as I mentioned- 4K?You have.
High refresh monitors cater to multiplayer and competitive gamers where response time and input latency are king and image quality takes a back seat. They are also high saturation out of the box because gamers prefer it because it improves player visibility and who cares if the colours are perfect. As long as red isn't orange or pink, gamers are happy.
If you're playing mainly single player games and/or you're just a casual multiplayer gamer, there is no reason for you to purposely hunt for a monitor over 120Hz/144Hz. High refresh has benefits outside of gaming too, but too high of a refresh is a waste if you're not putting it to good use.
Shroud has an RTX 3090 and plays at 1440p on a 240Hz monitor at Low and Medium image quality. It's the thing now. My perfect setup would be an RTX 3070 to go with my 165Hz 1440p monitor using a mix of low and medium in the multiplayer games I play. I can settle for the ~120fps I get in Warzone with a 2070 Super for now though. Other MP games I have fair much better with and without reduced image quality.
4K, yes, forgive me.Thanks for the insight! Just a thought though... you're reply refers to 1440p, but what about- as I mentioned- 4K?
You're right- I was viewing the specs from my own perspective. I'm an offline (normally) campaign player with a 120Hz (3440x1440p) IPS monitor, and I like the eye candy. My EVGA Hybrid 1080Ti is still doing really well on most games at this resolution. I'll LOOK at 4K next time around, but I'm very pleased with this resolution and FPS.
Much appreciated, hahahanoobs!