Man I’m not even sure where you’re going with this? Half the things you say is jargon to me, so unless I’ve broken logic and somehow my own personal skills broken through whatever limitations that I had overnight, which is not the case since it was bottle-necked by crappy configurations/monitor. My point is, I knew I had the potential and felt trapped, yet I couldn’t do anything about it. Once I upgraded my configurations, I was able to do things that was impossible for me then when I had the older settings/configurations. It’s that simple.
When I say buy a better keyboard or mouse, I meant a brand new one, or take care of the current ones. Old Key boards and mouse in deteriorated conditions are a cause of low-key slow/poor responses in gameplays, not USB ports.
Are you kidding me? There’s legit you-tube videos of comparison’s between 60, 120 and 144 fps. You can see a difference, and the smoother it is, the easier it is to see ahead which aligns with the game-play and quality. If you also play it on low FPS, you can legit see and feel a world of a difference. I’m literally on Heroes of the Storm right now going between 60 fps and 144, and I can see a subtle difference. 144 fps looks smoother and “real” while 60 fps looks almost normal but choppy-smooth. It even FEELS weird moving around and casting abilities with low fps. So why is it that the player-base is calling out on the poor fps and being tortured with 30 fps on Reforged? We want the movements to be as smooth as possible in this day and age at least. Everyone can see the slight choppy movements on the units. If they can fix that, the game will feel and look more modern, and I think it might naturally take game-play to the next level as well.
I like how he says “players with 144 hertz monitors tend to have higher win-rates” as that correlation is true, as I’m seeing it slowly unravel for me before my eyes.
Here, you can legit SEE the difference. Maybe your eyes are just slow.
Well there’s no other way to prove it to you. I literally brought the monitor 2 days ago and if I can show you some of the replays between the old monitor and the new, you’ll see a major change in my game-play and the way I do things. My win rate sky-rocketed to being almost unbeatable since I got the new monitor. The only thing that holds me back is vsing good players that know what they’re doing while having the advantage of having insane low ping down their end (Koreans) vs. my 200 ping. The final barrier for me is 200 ping latency servers, which is down Blizzard’s end, that’s it.