Have you ever set up a PC before, hooked it up to your computer monitor, only to max out at 60 frames? There are more to monitors than resolution and screen size. In the realm of tech geeks and gamers, refresh rates matter just as much.
But for those of you who are unfamiliar, a refresh rate, which is measured in Hertz (Hz), is the number of times per second (rate) your monitor can redraw (refresh) the screen. The higher the Hz, the more frames you monitor can display per second, making it smoother.
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