Here I'm using a laptop which is a 15 inch model but at 1080p and 60Hz. I'm over 60 but made sure to get my eyeglasses tuned in for computer work.
I've seen 144Hz displays and didn't find that more Hz equals better displays. My take is that is all about gaming where the gamer is looking for any edge they can get.
Moving from CRT years ago took a little getting used to as the colors do shift so it took a week to get used to it.
I don't see any ghosting here. But there are horrible web sites that use light grey on white backgrounds for fonts.
I have been searching all over the net for FACTUAL information regarding the use of a 144HZ Monitor and a 144HZ video card , both hooked up using a Display Port Cable.
I really hope CNET does a article regarding this topic in ragards to having a 1920x1080 display that runs at a higher refresh rate than just 60hz. I hope manufacturers do not forget the market that I am in, 59 years old , failing eye sight , (40 years using computers , miss green monitors ) these days it seems ALL web sites are using fonts that are like GHOSTs barely visible, boxes that you type information into seem to have INVISIBLE borders, so the need a for a Monitor that works as good as my Viewsonic 21" CRT monitor with .21 dot separation.
I hope I'm not the only one with these kinds of problems, I am willing to pay to buy a quality monitor that has REAL contrast and brightness controls to make the screen LESS bright and have more contrast . I read the specs on both Chrome and Firefox browsers and both have a 120HZ max capability. I WOULD KILL FOR 120HZ display refresh rate while using Windows in 1920x1080 resolutions, I'm willing to compromise and run it at a lower resolution too, as long as the refresh rate was 120hz I would be happy. is there any hope for old gamers like me, no longer wanting the fastest computer , just the one with a SOLID refresh rate and no flicker, and a hell of a lot more contrast in Browsers while surfing the web
thank you for your responses