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[Sponsored] Beyond 60FPS: How Running Games at 144FPS/240FPS Can Improve The Gameplay Experience

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Turning v-sync off and running games unlocked has always lowered input lag and made for tighter control in gaming - but now we have a range of 144Hz and 240Hz displays pair up perfectly with today's GPU that are capable of super high frame-rates. But how do higher frame-rates work in lowering input lag and giving players a more competitive edge? And what role do 144Hz and 240Hz screens play in delivering more visual information to the user? We break out the 960fps slow motion camera to get some answers.


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