Re: monitor refresh rates & epilepsy

Subject: Re: monitor refresh rates & epilepsy
From: miriam clinton (iriXx) (
Date: Mon Jan 17 2005 - 18:16:43 EST

jef chippewa wrote:

> 85Hz is a significant difference from 60/70, not optimal, but
> noticeably more stable. i immediately noticed the difference
> physically when i got my current monitor, and have never gone below a
> refresh rate of 85 since buying it.
thanks - thats good to know. i think it is the particular brand of HP
monitor i have, but 85 has been excellent this morning, since i changed
it i havent felt screen flicker quite so much (just a little, but its
probably more screen /glare/ now, which means i need a glare shield)....

i'm also glad its not going to lead to monitor burn-out which is what i
was concerned about...


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