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Monitor resolution and frame rate to suit GTX590.

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As the title states really.

I now have a GTX 590 from an RMA process and its awesome, now I need to upgrade my monitor to match.

Specs as in `sig rig`.

Bioshock Infinate

If I put vsync on to give me 60 fps (1680-1050, 60Hz monitor, 20") my GPU usage is around 40% - 45% (Custom, most stuff on Ultra), if I turn off only vsync I am getting around 150 - 200 fps and 95% - 99% GPU usage....more like it.......but am getting tearing on a grand scale (obviously).

So.......to get my GPU to run as it should what's a good single monitor to go for, getting overwhelmed by the choices and have read lots of posts but a-lot are for different spec rigs.

Budget isn't massive, but am willing to push to get a respectable monitor to bring my system up to scratch...(27" max)

Thanks for taking the time to do any research peeps.

Revo.

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Edited by Revolution996 - 3/27/13 at 3:46pm
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I would go for either a 120hz or 2560x1440 monitor, you will have to sacrifice eye candy in some games on either screen to keep up with 120hz or 1440p.
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