Although that's highly off-topic, one last comment on that issue:Why do you need such FPS? Human eye can't even feel any difference at such frequencies.
A 144hz monitor (like sidspyker wanted) is pointless if you don't want to play games at such high framerates. And it's not THAT simple with the human eye. It's a complex issue and due to our biological diversified nature not everyone has the same abilities or sensitivities. It's at least a fact that some people can see a big difference between let's say 60 FPS and 120 FPS in games - at least in some games with very fast movements (concerning both eye and brain). The difference to movies is simply motion blur. If you stop a movie you never get a sharp pitcture because every movie is based on constant motion blur. Games are usually just a fast collection of super-sharp single picture. That's why you get super-sharp screenshots without motion blur. But at the same time really fast fast movements are kind of stuttering at 30 FPS or even at 60 FPS. Many people don't notice a big difference between 60 FPS or 120 FPS. You probably don't see any difference in a game like Witcher 3 with rather slow movements (and possibly artificial motion blur enabled). But in a fast FPS or a racing game you can see differences.