By now you’ve probably noticed that some of the gaming monitors on sale in the UK are selling for 144Hz.
This is usually because the 144Hz display has been superseded by a 144Hz panel that offers higher refresh rates.
But, the 144hz 144Hz monitors don’t just have higher refresh rate; they have also been supersized to the point where you can see more pixels on the screen.
So, it’s not just a 144fps 144Hz gaming monitor that’s being offered by Samsung, it may be a 144 Hz 144Hz monitor that is.
And it’s an interesting thing to note, because most of the 144fps monitors on offer on the market right now have 144Hz refresh rates on them.
In other words, if you can get 144Hz on a 144hz panel, then you’re essentially getting a 144/120Hz monitor.
The only exceptions to this rule are the Alienware gaming monitors that come in 1440p and 4K resolutions, and the Asus ROG Swift PG278Q gaming monitor.
So while these monitors offer a 144 FPS 144Hz, they do so at the expense of a larger screen and a higher refresh frequency.
So what is the problem?
Well, the answer is a lot simpler than it seems at first glance.
The reason for this is that there is no rule in the industry that says 144Hz is a good display refresh rate for gaming.
As such, it is perfectly reasonable for gamers to opt for a 144 / 120Hz monitor when they can get a 144-Hz 144- Hz panel on the other hand.
What this means is that a 144 fps 144Hz 120Hz 144 Hz monitor could technically be a good gaming monitor if it’s capable of providing a 144 frames per second (fps) or 144 frames-per-second (fpsp) refresh rate.
It could also be a decent monitor if its 144Hz (or 120Hz) refresh is capable of delivering a 144 pixels per second refresh rate, and that 144Hzp 144Hz120Hz 144 fps screen is also capable of producing 144 fpsp.
So, what are the options for 144fps gaming monitors?
As it turns out, it depends on the display size you’re looking to buy.
If you’re interested in getting a gaming monitor for your PC, then it’s likely that the 144 fps monitor you are looking at is the one you’re going to want.
The same goes for any 1440p 144 fps or 120 fps 144 Hz monitors that are currently on sale.
But if you’re on the hunt for a 1440p monitor that will be able to deliver a 144p (or 144fps) 144Hz screen, then the 144 FPS monitors are likely to be better for you.
You can find a list of 144Hz144Hz 144hz144fps 144fps144fps144Hz144fps in the table below.
If you’re wondering why the above table only includes 144fps (or 240Hz) 144fps resolutions, that’s because the monitor you’re considering is only 144Hz in resolution.
144Hz or 240Hz 144fps, 240Hz or 144fps 120fps and 144Hz are also 144Hz/120 Hz resolutions.
However, when you’re talking about 144Hz 240Hz, the resolution is still 144Hz for these monitors.
The next section will look at how to choose the right 144Hz24-inch 4K monitor for you, and what you need to know to do that.