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i have a BENQ XL2410T and would like to know if this is worth the asking price over my current monitor?

this 100hz mine is 120hz

this 34 mine only 24

will be using a gtx 1080 or whatever comes out withini a few months to power it
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Well there it is then. I was thinking G-sync was supposed to do away with V-sync. What about when the in game fps is capped. enable V-sync there as well?

 

V-sync will kick in only if you go above the refresh rate of your monitor. As long as you cap your fps to the max refresh rate of the monitor you will never see it.

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i have a BENQ XL2410T and would like to know if this is worth the asking price over my current monitor?

this 100hz mine is 120hz

this 34 mine only 24

will be using a gtx 1080 or whatever comes out withini a few months to power it
The pascal GPUs are going to be able to power these monitors with ease. My GTX 980 should work fine until those are released.
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i have a BENQ XL2410T and would like to know if this is worth the asking price over my current monitor?

this 100hz mine is 120hz

this 34 mine only 24

will be using a gtx 1080 or whatever comes out withini a few months to power it

If you are wanting to maintain 100 fps, and have settings at max, then nope. SLI Titan-X can't maintain 100 fps on newer AAA titles consistently. Averages between 70 and 100 depending on the intensity of the scene, usually hovering in the 80 to 90 fps range.
Edited by DNMock - 2/25/16 at 10:16am
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V-sync will kick in only if you go above the refresh rate of your monitor. As long as you cap your fps to the max refresh rate of the monitor you will never see it.

Actually I believe its

Vsync On = Gysnc, which will never let your video or monitor go over the monitor max set refresh rate.

Vsync Off = Gysnc, but turns off Gysnc if your video card goes over the monitor max set refresh rate, it is designed to improve input lag by reducing signal processing for the time it does not have to do any syncing. Ideally its not supposed to be that noticeable at higher refresh rates.
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Actually I believe its

Vsync On = Gysnc, which will never let your video or monitor go over the monitor max set refresh rate.

Vsync Off = Gysnc, but turns off Gysnc if your video card goes over the monitor max set refresh rate, it is designed to improve input lag by reducing signal processing for the time it does not have to do any syncing. Ideally its not supposed to be that noticeable at higher refresh rates.

 

Vsync ON = it adds lag if you go over the refresh rate because it delays the frames to sync up with the monitor.

 

Vsync OFF = it doesn't add any lag but you still get tearing issues if you go above the refresh rate.

 

 

The best option is to always cap the max FPS to the monitor max refresh rate and don't care about Vsync.

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Vsync ON = it adds lag if you go over the refresh rate because it delays the frames to sync up with the monitor.

Vsync OFF = it doesn't add any lag but you still get tearing issues if you go above the refresh rate.


The best option is to always cap the max FPS to the monitor max refresh rate and don't care about Vsync.

Tried turning on V-sync and my fps took a crap. set it to triple buffered V-sync, and somehow the tearing started to go off the charts. Used Rivatuner and capped the FPS at 100 with V-sync off and occasional tearing persisted, then set the FPS cap to 99 in Rivatuner and everything went perfectly smooth.

I was adjusting the V-sync in game, and not in NVCP at the time.

I did pay close attention and the tearing did seem to be most evident when the monitor was reporting a capped 100 fps, obviously implying it was when going over the monitors refresh rate.

I'm wondering if capping the FPS with SLI is what's causing the issue. I notice in Fallout 4, which is hard locked to 60 fps, my reported fps is between 61 and 62 most of the time. Would explain why even with the limit set to 100, I'm seeing tearing but with the FPS capped at 99, it seems to go away.
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gsync + vsync on from NVCP...
in game vsync off, no game fps cap... thumb.gif
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My Predator X34 arrived this morning - very pleased with it smile.gif

Hope that it's OK to post my review video biggrin.gif

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nice review! Where can I get your wallpaper?
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