Ultrawides have always been a bit of a novelty among the gaming monitor market.
They are relatively inexpensive and they are not quite as powerful as a 1440p IPS monitor like the one we have here at RTE.
However, Ultiwides are a bit better than the gaming monitors we have seen for a while.
We tested this monitor using an AMD FirePro W5170, which is a very good-looking monitor.
It has a resolution of 144Hz (120Hz on this monitor), a refresh rate of 120Hz, and a resolution bump of up to 144Hz.
As we mentioned above, the monitor has a 120Hz refresh rate.
It is very easy to see what you are seeing on this particular monitor, with the 120Hz and 144Hz features in a couple of places on the panel.
There is also a small blue bar at the bottom of the screen.
It indicates that this monitor supports refresh rates up to 120Hz.
It’s a very interesting feature to see on a monitor like this, because it is something that is rarely seen on a standard gaming monitor.
You can even see this feature on some gaming monitors that have a resolution lower than 120Hz like the Dell XPS M1410.
We also see a small green dot at the top of the display that indicates the monitor supports a 120hz refresh rate (120hz on the AMD Fire Pro W5140, and 144hz on this Monitor).
If you look closely, you can see a couple more features on the display, like a green bar at top and bottom that indicates a 120fps refresh rate, a green dot that indicates 120fps and a small red dot at bottom that is for the refresh rate that is 120Hz on the monitor.
We like the idea of a 120 Hz monitor, especially when it comes with a refresh frequency that is lower than what you see on most monitors.
The red dot on the bottom indicates the refresh rates that are supported by this monitor.
The refresh rate on the top panel is also 120Hz with a maximum of 120fps.
We can also see the refresh-rate bump that is supported by the monitor here.
The display is capable of 120 frames per second, which works out to 60Hz in our testing.
The monitor supports 144Hz refresh rates.
It also has a small black bar at bottom right of the monitor that indicates that the refresh refresh rate is supported.
We found that the 144Hz monitor was very responsive, but there was some motion artifacts at certain points.
There are a few other things that make this monitor stand out, but for this review, we decided to focus on its 120Hz support.
We were able to run a couple tests that took place on the 120hz panel, which was an interesting feature.
The first test was to show how well the monitor responded to input lag, or the delay in response that occurs when input is delayed for a longer period of time.
The second test was an online multiplayer game with a high score.
The game was played for approximately 30 minutes with a 60fps refresh.
The 144Hz panel supported 120 frames a second.
This means that if you press a button on the 144hz monitor for a full 90 seconds, the screen would respond by 60 frames a seconds.
The response time was measured by measuring the time it took for the monitor to respond to each of the button presses.
The 120hz response was very fast.
It was very smooth, but you would get a bit more lag when you pressed the button than the 144fps panel.
This test also allowed us to see how well this monitor handled input lag.
The screen has an integrated 120Hz lag-detection technology, and it is one of the reasons that it is a good choice for gaming.
The button detection was very good on this panel, and the response times were fast as well.
The lag-reduction technology that was used in this monitor is a great one, as it makes it possible for the 144 Hz refresh rate to be a bit less lag-prone than a standard 120Hz monitor.
A few things to note when using a 144Hz gaming monitor This is a 144hz gaming monitor that supports 120Hz in the monitor settings menu.
This makes it a good option for gamers looking to have a 120 FPS gaming experience.
You could set it up so that it only supports 120fps for the game, and you would be able to use it with all the other features on a 120 fps monitor.
However if you want to use the 144 fps refresh rate for other tasks, such as watching videos, this monitor will work just fine.
This is also good if you use this monitor as a general purpose gaming monitor as it does not require a separate power supply for gaming and will work on a single 120Hz power source.
The 240Hz refresh is also supported by our monitor.
If you are a gamer looking for a 120-144Hz monitor, this is the one to go