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Asus ROG SWIFT PG349Q 34" 3440x1440 IPS 120Hz G-Sync Wid...

ASUS ROG SWIFT PG349Q, 3440x1440 Resolution, 34" Display Size, IPS Panel Type, 120Hz Refresh Rate, 300cd/m2 Brightness, Curved, DP, HDMI, USB3.0, G-Sync, AuraSync

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ASUS ROG SWIFT PG349Q 34" 3440x1440 IPS 120Hz G-Sync Widescreen Curved Gaming Monitor

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Asus ROG SWIFT PG43UQ 43" 3840x2160 VA 144Hz 1ms FreeSyn...

PG43UQ, Display Resolution 3840x2160, Display Size 43", Refresh Rate 144HZ, FreeSync, G-Sync Compatible, 1ms Response Time, Contrast Ratio 4000:1, Panel Type VA, HDR1000, Flicker-Free, Low Blue

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ASUS ROG SWIFT PG43UQ 43" 3840x2160 VA 144Hz 1ms FreeSync/G-Sync HDR1000 LED Backlit Gaming Monitor

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Asus XG438Q ROG STRIX 43" 3840x2160 VA 120Hz FreeSync2 H...

ASUS ROG Strix XG438Q HDR Large Gaming Monitor — 43-inch, 4K (3840 x 2160), 120 Hz, FreeSync™ 2 HDR, DisplayHDR™ 600, DCI-P3 90%, Shadow Boost, 10W Speaker*2, Remote Control

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ASUS XG438Q ROG STRIX 43" 3840x2160 VA 120Hz FreeSync2 HDR600 Widescreen LED Gaming Monitor

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AOC AGON AG493UCX 49" 5120x1440 VA FreeSync 120Hz 1ms C...

AOC Agon AG493UCX, 49" Curved Immersive Gaming Monitor, Dual QHD 5120x1440 @ 120Hz, VA Panel, 1ms 120Hz Adaptive-Sync, 121% sRGB, Height Adjustable, 4-Yr Zero Dead Pixels Guarantee

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AOC AGON AG493UCX 49" 5120x1440 VA FreeSync 120Hz 1ms Curved LED Backlit Gaming Monitor

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120Hz Monitors at Overclockers UK

Enhance your digital applications with a 120Hz monitor. Whether it’s video editing or hardcore gaming, at Overclockers UK we stock the latest in 120Hz, 140Hz, curved, and ultra-HD monitors, plus many more. So, discover the full range today and find out why we’re the number one platform for gaming and PC enthusiasts.

What Does a 120Hz Monitor Mean?

Unlike most monitor improvements, 120Hz hasn’t been developed to enhance colour accuracy or resolution; 120Hz panel technology describes the refresh rate. The refresh rate is the number of times a screen refreshes its image. Until recently the standard was 60Hz. Now, with the introduction of high refresh, 120Hz is the starting point for flat panel monitors. This means the screen can redraw every pixel 120 times per second, providing a smoother display and improved user experience.

Note: refresh rate is not the same as frame rate. The refresh rate is a feature of the monitor display. The frame rate refers to the information being sent to it via the graphics card. Increasing the refresh rate will not improve the frame rate unless the frame rate currently exceeds the refresh rate capacity of the monitor.

Benefits of a 120Hz Monitor

Better Motion Resolution

One of the main advantages of a higher refresh rate is improved motion resolution. Put simply, this is the perceived crispness of a moving image. When the brain blends frames together to create a moving image, the finer details are often lost, reducing the quality. 120Hz gaming monitors help to combat blurring by providing more information to our brains. This helps them to create a better quality picture faster.

However, each person’s brain is different. That means some people might see a difference in 120Hz monitors, while other might not notice the difference unless they’re using a 140Hz monitor.

Less Tearing

This comes down to the difference between refresh rate and the frame rate. The frame is dictated by the system’s graphics card. When this exceeds the refresh rate of the monitor, tearing can occur. This is when half frames appear on the same screen momentarily. Even though they last less than a second, it is a huge distraction, especially for gamers.

To combat this, graphics card manufacturers have developed adaptive options. For example, when using a 60Hz monitor, FreeSync works to cap the frame rate at 60 FPS (Frames Per Second). This helps to smooth out the display and prevent tearing; however, it can lag the system and limit performance. Using a 120Hz gaming monitor effectively eliminates this problem by providing a frame rate of 120 FPS.

Increased Responsiveness

The refresh rate of a monitor also affects the input lag. Input lag is the delay between the monitor receiving a signal and it being displayed on the screen. For example, the input of a 60Hz monitor will never go below 16.67ms, since that’s the amount of time it takes to pass from one refresh to the next. By contrast, a 120Hz monitor will cut that time in half to 8.33ms. While this might not seem like a significant amount, it is an important consideration for hardcore gamers who want the graphics to run as smoothly as possible.

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We understand that with so many options on the market, finding the right 120Hz monitor for your needs isn’t always easy. That’s why we’ve made it simple. If you have any questions or queries regarding our 120Hz monitors, or any other products or services on our website, all you have to do is call and a dedicated member of our support staff will be on hand to help you.

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