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[STEAM][PRESS]Does anyone really need a 1,000 Hz gaming display?


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/ A better monitor refresh rate might help with all that motion blurring... (credit: Getty Images)

[/url] Just a couple of years ago, companies like Nvidia were
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as having "benefits [for] every game and gamer, not just competitive games and esports *****." Now, the high frame rate experts at Blur Busters
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of a 4K, 1,000 Hz prototype screen being shown off by
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TCL's proof-of-concept panel is all the more impressive for not sacrificing resolution in the name of its high frame rate—many current 480 Hz monitors tend to top out at 1080p resolutions or offer "dual mode" options for higher resolutions at lower maximum refresh rates. And while
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have enabled TCL's LCD prototype, Blur Busters estimates that 1,000 Hz OLED displays could be commercialized as soon as 2027.

4K 1000Hz being shown off at
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by TCL CSOT
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— Blur Busters (@BlurBusters)
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The apparent, impending breaking of the four-digit refresh rate threshold got us thinking: Are we finally approaching a point of diminishing returns in
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? Or is 1,000 Hz just the latest stepping stone to realms of motion smoothness yet unimagined by most gamers?

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