A few months ago, a new gaming monitor was introduced to the market: the Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti.
It’s a gaming monitor that’s not only cheap, but also extremely responsive, with a 60Hz refresh rate.
A stunning 144Hz gaming monitor with a response time almost double that of a normal monitor.
This gaming monitor is designed to play games that require quick response time and the response is pretty darn impressive.
The monitor responds faster than a typical monitor (around 60 milliseconds), but it’s still a lot slower than the average gaming monitor.
We tested this gaming monitor by gaming on the Ultra HD version of Call of Duty: Black Ops III, and the image is simply stunning.
It was only when we tested the 1080 Ti with the ultra-low-end GeForce GTX 1080, which offers 120Hz refresh, that we noticed the response times started to drop.
And when we tried to play some other games on the 1080, we found that the response was actually better.
At 144Hz, the resolution is almost as high as the 120Hz gaming monitors, which is a huge difference when you consider that the gaming industry is heavily reliant on 60Hz to drive gaming experiences.
But, if you’re playing a game on a normal 144Hz monitor, you’re really going to notice a huge drop in responsiveness, especially if you have to play at high settings.
The GeForce GTX 1070 Ti has the most responsive monitor of the bunch, with the average response time around 75 milliseconds.
The Asus VG248QE monitors were also good at gaming, but with the refresh rate of 120Hz, they didn’t offer the same level of responsiveness as the GeForce GTX 1060 Ti.
As we saw with the Asus VG278QE, there’s a noticeable difference when it comes to the response of gaming monitors.
The LG G6 is the only gaming monitor on the list that doesn’t have a high refresh rate, but it offers a good response time.
At 144Hz it’s a bit faster than the other gaming monitors on the market, but the response can still be pretty poor.
The response time is still good, but you can still see a noticeable drop in the response when you play games at ultra settings.
A gaming monitor has a higher response time than a regular monitor, but that doesn�t mean you should expect it to run at 60Hz.
Even though a 144Hz display has the highest refresh rate possible, the monitor has to respond in a much more fluid way to the pixels on it, which can slow things down.
For example, the G6 can’t offer as much motion blur as a normal gaming monitor (the response time varies from monitor to monitor), so it can feel a bit sluggish and slow.
In some cases, you may want to switch to a higher refresh rate monitor for a smoother gaming experience, but we’re not sure if it makes much of a difference.