Refresh rate is the number of times a display refreshes the image/frame it shows per second. The faster or higher the refresh rate, the more times the image can update every second, the smoother the visual will look.


It is measured in Hertz (Hz), which is equal to 1/second. For example, 360Hz means it can draw 360 images per second. An LED display normally requires at least 360Hz. If it is lower than 360Hz, flickering of image will be noticeable.


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