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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Will Form 8815 Reload

Instructions and Help about Will Form 8815 Reload

What's cracking, people? Welcome back to the channel. I hope you're all doing well. Today, we are going to be discussing high refresh rate gaming, what it all means, if it's worth your hard-earned dollars, and can you even see a 240 Hertz display, for example, which is exactly what I have behind me here. This is the Asus ROG Swift PG2V8, and that's a long model number, so I'm just going to call it the PG. We'll call it the pig, so I get the pig over here, 240 freaking Hertz. Can you even see that or how does that even compare to say, a hundred Hertz display, and that's what we have over here on my right, which is the Acer Predator X3400 Hertz display. Both of these are G-Sync supported, so we're going to be comparing and contrasting the two of those today to find out if 240 Hertz is worth it. Can you actually see it? Now, before we actually get into that, I kind of want to just take a step back for those of you who might be new to this whole high refresh rate gaming thing and just talk about refresh rate and what it exactly means. And I think we have to rewind a little bit further even and talk about frame rates first because often times frame rate and refresh rate get confused, and they're really not the same thing. So frame rate, which is often analyzed in terms of frames per second, is really how many frames your GPU or your graphics card can render in one second, and then all those frames get sent to the display via a display cable. We're using DisplayPort for both of these panels in this instance, and then your monitor determines how many of...