Good information. I guess it's like one of those things that I wont truly understand the difference until I see it for myself. I've been using 60hz for years now. I keep looking for the Swift on Amazon since they have easy return/rma process, but the past 3 times I have added the Swift to my cart it was out of stock by the time I went to checkout, lol, it's so annoying.
Do you consider yourself an above average FPS player? And have around 20% accuracy at least?I played a lot of FPS games on my Dell 1440p@60hz and I seem to do quite well, i'd consider myself well above average in battlefield, as well as any other FPS I put time into. Did going to 144hz(120hz) actually increase your skill? Anyone good gamers actually make that change from 60hz to 144hz and notice a night a day difference in play? I kind of really like the colors of the IPS...
I was in similar situation as you. I was wondering what I should get, LG 34um95 or the ROG Swift. When it comes to gaming, from what I've read at least, g-sync and 120/144hz are supposedly the best to have. I am trying to buy the Swift but it's never in stock. I'm kind of curious on how much better these higher hz monitors + g-sync really are.
I was thinking about the price difference, it's at least $120 more for classy. I don't know why I never bothered with OCing my GPU, the gain always seemed minimal? Doesn't the classy have higher quality components?I don't see the FTW anywhere, even on EVGA site?