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petey g

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Have an intel i7 4820k 3.70GHz with a GTX 770 16 GB RAM can i run and take full advantage of a 120 or 144 GHz monitor or should i stay with my 60 Hz monitor?
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The CPU should be fine (overclock may make a slight difference), but the GPU might have a hard time at 120Hz for newer games like the witcher 3 for anything above low settings.

The upside is that monitors that run 120 or 140Hz can be set to 60Hz so you can get the monitor, and decide about the GPU upgrade later if need be.  

 

It really depends on what games you are trying to run. 


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