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First post. Hi Overclock.net! Long time lurker here.

So this monitor having variable refresh rates using gsync... does this mean that if I'm scoring 45 fps the monitor syncs to 45hz refresh rate? Wouldn't that be blurtastic? I mean I can tell a huge difference immediately when I look at 60hz monitors now having been using 120hz since the first 3D vision capable lcd, samsung rz2233. Or do I have it wrong?

Currently on my monitor even if my fps are lower the monitor is still running at 144hz, sure i'll get the side effects of such but I never notice blurring at all. What's the deal?
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Originally Posted by subyman View Post

The longer I wait on this monitor the more I may just wait for a 4k Gsync panel. I just have the feeling that I'll drop $800 on this and then a 4k 120hz will come out around Christmas and I'll be kicking myself. Plus I'd love to use a 4k for work smile.gifsmile.gif

FWIW, I know, I know it'd be almost impossible to drive a 4k at 120hz. That's fine, I keep monitors for several years.

Pretty much in the same boat.

I wonder if they are going to release some better G-Sync monitor right after BenQ launches their XL2420G. Or Asus just releases a 24' ROG Swift that would perform & look aesthetically better than the BenQ.

That's like mostly the case with new Tech jumps.

I personally regard the release of G-Sync & the ROG swift as a new chapter of Monitors which is a good time to pay alot to get a nice monitor to last atleast 5 years.

On the other hand it might be wise to wait for other Monitors.. which i do not want, haha.
Edited by Amperial - 3/22/14 at 10:53am
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Originally Posted by patrickisfrench View Post

First post. Hi Overclock.net! Long time lurker here.

So this monitor having variable refresh rates using gsync... does this mean that if I'm scoring 45 fps the monitor syncs to 45hz refresh rate? Wouldn't that be blurtastic? I mean I can tell a huge difference immediately when I look at 60hz monitors now having been using 120hz since the first 3D vision capable lcd, samsung rz2233. Or do I have it wrong?

Currently on my monitor even if my fps are lower the monitor is still running at 144hz, sure i'll get the side effects of such but I never notice blurring at all. What's the deal?

There is no difference in a 144hz monitor showing 45fps and a 45hz monitor showing 45fps. The 144hz will simply show the same frame multiple times. Blur happens due to response rate, not the frequency. Higher Hz + higher FPS means a smoother game experience.
 
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Pretty much in the same boat.

I wonder if they are going to release some better G-Sync monitor right after BenQ launches their XL2420G. Or Asus just releases a 24' ROG Swift that would perform & look aesthetically better than the BenQ.

That's like mostly the case with new Tech jumps.

I personally regard the release of G-Sync & the ROG swift as a new chapter of Monitors which is a good time to pay alot to get a nice monitor to last atleast 5 years.

On the other hand it might be wise to wait for other Monitors.. which i do not want, haha.

I feel like I may be getting last year's resolution and panel with next years features at full price when I may be able to get everything I really want if I wait a bit longer. I'm amazed how cheap 4k panels are already.
 
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But who in their right mind would use a 60Hz IPS for gaming?

I guess you like to buy into the marketing BS that is 120hz+ refresh rates. Congrats thumb.gif
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I guess you like to buy into the marketing BS that is 120hz+ refresh rates. Congrats thumb.gif

lol? You're really bashing 120Hz in a thread about an upcoming 120Hz monitor? The door is that way my friend.
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I guess you like to buy into the marketing BS that is 120hz+ refresh rates. Congrats thumb.gif

Obviously you don't know what the hell you are talking about, and simply came in to spew vomit. It is a shame really, because if you do indeed have the rig in your sig, you are wasting that hardware.

How about you educate yourself and go use a 120Hz display in gaming, switch it between 60Hz and 120Hz functionality while doing it. I bet you change your tune in a hurry.

inb4: "The human eye can only...." crap that people like you love to vomit.
    
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Viewing angles?

Theres a video here that shows a camera panning around it, FWIW it looks fine to me, Its actually a vid that made me calm down a bit about this being a TN panel

http://www.tomshardware.com/news/asus-rog-swift-monitor-g-sync,25755.html

The Viewing angle certainly doesnt look bad.. Of course its a video so its quite difficult to tell but the image doesnt get all wonky looking till they're practically off to the side, Which to be honest, even IPS will.. It doesnt look like the type of TN panel where if you're a few microns off center it all goes to crap...
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Lots of people do. You can knock their logic all you want, but it's hardly uncommon. Many people get IPS for reasons other than gaming, and then choose to still use it for gaming despite the downsides. You will find people who say that they will only game on an IPS, in fact.

This. I have had my lovely 2410 for 3 years now and I game on it a LOT. I bought it to straddle my photography needs and my gaming needs, and to be honest, the 120hz screens at that time were complete jokes compared to what we have now (the IQ was nowhere near as good) I'd still go back 3 years and tell myself to get the 2410, Its a fantastic screen.. And this is likely not replacing it, I will probubly still have the 2410 off to the side to reconnect when i need to edit some photos becuase well.. Why not? biggrin.gif (The 2410 will likely be used with my laptop for photo editing and the desktop will be more dedicated for gaming)


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Originally Posted by Amperial View Post

This.
I want a G-Sync monitor.

I personally never used/seen one. Also never tried 144hz & lightboost.
Using a SyncMaster T220 right now. I can live with it but the jump from 60hz into a fast responding 144hz G-Sync monitor should be more than insane.

Can't wait for it.

Me Too.. want this quite badly. Very late birthday present for myself.. biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by EwokFryer View Post

Don't know if anyone has mentioned that ASUS has a 4K @ 60Hz 28 inch monitor coming out at the same price ($799).

> http://pcdiy.asus.com/2014/01/pb287q-4k-for-the-masses/

So 1440p @ 120Hz OR 4K @ 60Hz?

Coming from my ASUS VG248 (1080p @ 144Hz) I'd say that the 4K monitor is a better choice. 120Hz is nice, but I honestly can't tell the difference between 50 FPS and 120 FPS when I'm playing a game in real time. Sure, if I had two displays, one running at 50 FPS and one running at 120 FPS, I might be able to see a noticeable difference. But FPS are never that stable.

For me on 4k the issue is you have to compromise so much to get 4k running good on anything but a Triple-Titan or Crossfire 290X setup, You will have to turn the textures and everything to medium from high and at that point does 4k even matter now? It will be years before we have midrange cards capable of really handling 4k so I'd rather get this now, have 1440p and realistic usage of the 120hz capability and then when they get 4k all sorted out upgrade.

But hey, everyones different and some people just arent bugged by the motion thing like others are.

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Obviously you don't know what the hell you are talking about, and simply came in to spew vomit. It is a shame really, because if you do indeed have the rig in your sig, you are wasting that hardware.

How about you educate yourself and go use a 120Hz display in gaming, switch it between 60Hz and 120Hz functionality while doing it. I bet you change your tune in a hurry.

inb4: "The human eye can only...." crap that people like you love to vomit.

Well there ARE limits on the human eye but its really person to person.. Someone up there mentioned they cant see the difference between 50 and 120 and i believe it, Me? Well I can say that I can easily see the difference between my 120hz Sharp Aquos and my parents 240hz Samsung 8000-series... Theirs is VASTLY more smooth and sharper when any kind of motion anything is on the screen... it definitely has one heck of a fast panel in it compared to my TV.. that could be the 240hz or the fact the panel has a faster response time on it to begin with however, Or simply better processing to make things smoother...

I see a huge difference if i drag a window off my IPS monitor to my TV and move it around, the TV is just better, Period.

But some people cant see the difference or arent bugged by it, If so I envy you, Makes monitor selection a lot easier!

-edit- and if your'e talking about the "Smoothmotion" "Trumotion" Whatever you want to call it fake refresh rates, monitors are generally free of that, Lightboost is NOTHING like frame interpolation smoothing or the other techniques TV makers throw in a cheap TV to claim it has a "240hz" refresh rate when in reality its 60...
Edited by KenjiS - 3/22/14 at 1:08pm
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I guess you like to buy into the marketing BS that is 120hz+ refresh rates. Congrats thumb.gif

I bought this 19" LG CRT when it came out ~14 years ago and it ran at 85Hz.

When I switched to a 1050P 60Hz LCD in 2009 the image quality was horrendous. I then got a 1080P 60Hz in 2011 and same thing, the CRT running @ 85Hz destroyed it in smoothness and quality.

Refresh rates aren't gimmicky, I've seen it with my own eyes. I even tried different refresh rates on the LG Flattron (85Hz, 75Hz, 60Hz) and 60Hz gave me eye strain and headaches (not just during gaming but in Windows too). For this reason I can't wait to get the ROG Swift, I'm hoping the smoothness will be the same or even better than my old CRT.




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We were talking about the scaling on 24' with 1440p.
What about 4k?

Like the monitor size should be also bigger than, or imma wrong?

Other than that.. 4k on 120hz / 144hz would be indeed insane.
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