Again, last post on this topic. A 120 Hz display costs more money than a 60 Hz display. When you're in the low-end of cost for gaming laptops, you're going to have to sacrifice something significant to balance the increased cost of the panel. As you go lower in price, that sacrifice will be more pronounced. The OP didn't give us a price ceiling on his laptop. I was just mentioning the price range of the Acer Nitro 5 series. If he's looking at the $650 version, there's nothing out there that'd be worth buying with a 120 Hz panel. The 1650 isn't able to output more than 60-70 fps average at 1080p in most modern games at medium settings. The 1660ti is getting into the territory of being able to drive modern games at above 60fps. Still not sure I'd want to sacrifice storage, memory, and/or CPU for a 120 or 144 Hz panel. though.