The number of table s that you can have open without overlapping simultaneously depends on the resolution of the monitor and not the inches of the screen. The size of the screen will only make that number of non-overlapping tables look larger or smaller. It is not the same to play cash (fast or normal) or to play BandarQ online. You must know the number of tables you can handle at the same time.
Size Of The Screen For Poker
Take for example that you have decided that you want a resolution of 1920 × 1080, that is, having 12 tables reduced or 2 by default. With this resolution we can have a 15.6 “laptop, a 24” monitor or a 32 “HD TV. All three have the same resolution and in the three the maximum number of tables without overlapping that you can see are 12 but the differences are obvious. It is not the same to see 12 tables on the screen of a laptop or on a 24 “monitor. That is why there is an optimal screen size for each resolution.
Response Time And Refresh Time For Poker Monitor
On the one hand, the response time is basically what takes a pixel, measured in milliseconds (ms), to go from White to Black to White (from 0-255-0), traditionally in ISO 13406-2 measurement unit, or currently, measured according to GtG (gray to gray = gray-gray-gray). The greater the response time of the pixel, obviously, its illumination is more in line with the image speed, so if it is not adequate or it is low, it leaves a trailing stele = ghosting. This point is important in images with a lot of movement but, make no mistake, in the online poker tables the image is almost static even when we play fast ZOOM PS tables. With normal monitors of 5ms of response time we will see the image without the effect of ghosting.
On the other hand, the refresh rate of a monitor is the frame rate / frames per second, capable of synchronizing a monitor with the GPU (graphics card). The most common monitors are 60HZ and we have monitors very oriented to video games that reach 144HZ.