Originally Posted by iARDAs
Sorry if posted before
Hi, ASUS has announced that a modded VG248QE sold by a retailer like Newegg or Amazon will have a MSRP of $399.
The VG248QE mod kit is currently estimated to cost $175, though we hope to get that down to $130.
Too pricey for something that won't give a competitive advantage on paper.
I'll admit having smoothness at any variable frame rate is very nice, but rendering at higher frame rate is still faster than consistent 144 frames (6.9ms) in terms of input. What's happening at that point is a matter of perception of image consistency. There are other things that have to be factored outside of monitor.
Originally Posted by SeeThruHead
I dont think that's true though. If you gpu is outputting outputting 25 FPS then the G-Sync module should display 25 fps twice and adjust the displays refresh rate to 50 HZ, and so on. That's what I remember reading in the article. And the G-sync tech should scale to 144hz and beyond depending on your displays max refresh rate, you wont see anything different on your monitor but it will reduce input lag compared to 144hz normal V-sync.
Calling BS until nvidia properly explains that.Edited by Skylit - 10/18/13 at 4:27pm