Originally Posted by Kreij
That being said, having greater response and higher accuracy from your hardware is always an advantage when gaming if you're good enough to take advantage of it.
Hrm. I agree with you, but...
We have differnt input devices, mice, monitors, keyboards, etc..and all of these "refresh" data with different intervals.
I play Bf3 right now on a 60 Hz, 2560x1600 monitor, and I literally feel a difference all the way up to over 120 FPS.
My mouse polls at 1000 Hz.
My keyboard @ 125 Hz.
My screen @ 60 Hz.
Do the math, so that all those refresh rates sync up, and you have "The SECRET NUMBER OF GAMING LIFE".
THen, find out the user's "Hz", and then match that up to the periphrials...
DO you get where I am going here?
NOw, does a 120 Hz monitor make a differnece?
YES!!! It changes that special number!!!
It does NOT matter who is viewing it!
It does NOT matter where your "EYE" can perceive that difference.
It matters in that it changes the sync'd polling rate between all devices!!!
Now ,tell me what marketing dude has said anything remotely similar, and point me in the direction of that company, so I can buy their stuff, since they get "it".