if you have a 144 already its not really worth it, if you below 144 i would actually upgrade.
Over 60hz yes
Over 144 or 120 hz no.
sure with the new IPS panels coming in @ 240hz its bretty good :()
i read somewhere that 60hz gives you frame like every 15ms
144hz every 6ms new frame and
240hz every 4 ms or something, so difference at higher hz is minimal, not sure if ms are correct but its close to give you idea :D
Over 60hz for sure,its a giant difference,but i would go with 144 instead 240hz,everyone that tested both dont feel a big difference.
If it's under 300€ go for it
if you want 240hz i would say it is worth it, if you don't i would say don't buy it
From my experience it's definitely noticeable difference, especially on FPS games like CSGO. But it's really subjective, some notice a difference, some don't. I'd recommend testing one out before you buy in a store for example or if your friend has one.
240hz is great but 144 was the big upgrade.
In other words the difference between 60hz and 120/144 is way bigger then the difference between 120/144 and 240.
Not saying don't buy it just depends what you're upgrading from. I have a frankenstein 165hz so there's really no point in my case.
The difference between 60 and 144 is absolutely insane, the difference between 144 and 240 is barely noticeable.
If you want it just go for it, that's what we say here where prices get doubled every 5 months :(
no point to buy 240 if you have 144 men
Here is the Math:
60hz = 16,7 max Delay (1000/60)
144hz = 7ms max Delay = 9,7 less
240hz = 4,2ms max Delay = 2,8 less
Improvement from 60 to 144hz is 3,46 times bigger than 144 to 240
So i guess upgrading to 240hz isnt worth it for most ppl
If u have good pc go for it bro
slight difference from 144 to 240 hz
if you currently have 60 and tight on budget get a 144hz.
If you are rich or semi-pro player go for it. Price/quality 144hz > 240hz. 500$ for Benq is so much price. i bought OEM 240hz monitor 250$.
If you already have 144hz, no. If you have 60hz and are on a tight budget, go for IPS 144hz instead of TN 240hz.
go for 100-144hz if you want 2k-4k resolution as a big bonus
go for 360hz if you are fine with 1080p max res, and you need it mainly for csgo
I personally use 144hz 1440p monitor because I dont play csgo and other FPS games much
How old are u? (Not trolling or some bs, gonna answer when i know)
i have boomer reaction and got a 280hz monitor, and got lvl 10 faceit B)
360hz monitors are comint out soon so wait a bit i guess
i have a 240 hz and its one of those things you didnt know you need but i went from 75 to 240 so i dont know i its worth from 144 to 240, probably not tho, if you are happy with your monitor stick to it, if you are gonna change anyway a 2k or 4k 144 hz monitor woud be better, and id you are competitiv dont go over 24/25 and curved
Well, let say that I have 240hz monitor and in CS:GO i got 300fps+ but sometimes it does drop to 200, what happens then? it works like 200hz for this moment? I don't understand that, im getting new PC that will have a lot of fps and Im not sure if i should buy 144 or 240hz monitor. How about other games?
having had the XL2540 since early 2017, can safely say its worth it, get the 2540/2546 tweak it a bit and ure good to go
I clearly see the diffrence between 144hz and 240hz. First you dont really see a diffrence when you go from 144hz to 240hz. But when u go back to 144hz you can really notice that 144hz is laggy.
i think 144hz is more worth it, but if you have the money to spare, why not.
Get the Asus 280hz monitor, it costs $320 USD and has low motion blur which is really good. Obviously zowie is better but this monitor is really good, especially for the price.
It's worth it if you mainly play competitive games like CS:GO or Valorant. There's also a noticeable difference compared to 144Hz if your rig is able to run 240 fps stable. Otherwise it's not really worth buying since you could buy a 1440p or 4k monitor for the same price.
If you do decide to buy a 240Hz monitor, I recommend ZOWIE XL2546. I've had it for 1 year now and it's really good for CS:GO and with DyAc it's the perfect monitor for every competitive FPS game.
if 60 -> 240: you will gain 2-3 mm ranks
if 120/144 -> 240: maybe you get lucky and upgrade 1 rank
If you have enough fps then sure
If you want to be a professional, take it.
if you only have one monitor right now, just use 240hz as main with your old 144hz as secondary