there r 2 main types of monitors
60Hz -which can show 60 frames per second
120Hz - which can show 120 frames per second
but ASUS has a 144Hz monitor which can show 144 frames per second.
so if u dont have that one NO point in getting more than 120 FPS
but why do u want 120+FPS anyway isn't your game smooth?
I have a Samsung SA950 23 120Hz, wanting to do 3d gaming.
I thought that a GTX 680 would be able to put out Avg. above 120 FPS for stable 3d; Based on reviews such as Anandtech's and TechPowerUp's, getting Dirt3 at more than 120FPS with 4xAA.
So in my thinking that the GTX 680 is so powerful, there had to be something else hindering it from getting better FPS, after overclocking my CPU the best thing I could think of was asking around...