81skywakeThu 31st Oct 2013 Your eyes don't run at a framerate, your eye isn't a video camera. Your eyes detect any change at any time and "report" it as it happens which it can do very quickly. Same with resolution, your eye isn't 1080p or 4K or whatever. Your eye is very high resolution in the centre of your vision and much lower at the edges. Then it jitters and scans to create a larger picture. Also because of the way monitors work the question as it is asked in this thread should be rethought. We shouldn't ask if 1080p/60fps is important or not. Instead we should ask whether or not you can perceive a jitter in a moving image if it's updated sometimes 16ms, sometimes 33ms and sometimes even 50ms. Or whether it looks better if it's always or almost always updating every 16ms. and the truth is you can see that and it is one of the larger components of input lag. Some good Aussie musics: King Gizzard, Pond, The Avalanches "Don't stir the pot" is a nice way of saying "they're too dumb to reason with"