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OK, so if my FPS will not reach 144, the V-sync, although "ON" by default, will not interfere. Only G-sync will action.
I was concerned that staying always "ON" and not being able to set it in "OFF" mode, would have some impact during gaming.
It is normal for V-sync to go "ON" after rebooting my computer, if the G-sync is "ON"? V-sync goes back to "ON" whenever I reboot only when G-sync is "ON".
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OK, so if my FPS will not reach 144, the V-sync, although "ON" by default, will not interfere. Only G-sync will action.
I was concerned that staying always "ON" and not being able to set it in "OFF" mode, would have some impact during gaming.
It is normal for V-sync to go "ON" after rebooting my computer, if the G-sync is "ON"? V-sync goes back to "ON" whenever I reboot only when G-sync is "ON".

It probably is normal, although I haven't tried it myself. I'll try it later.
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Thank you,let me know if is the same for you
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Yes, it is normal. You can deactivate v-sync ingame. Then you can reach fps beyond 144. In the nvidia driver menu vsync is always on while using gsync. There is nothing wrong with it.
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Thank you guys,but the tripple buffering i keep it on or off before i used v sync plus tripple buffering on my old monitor without g sync...
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I must ask how is the anti-glare coating on this monitor? I've seen reports that is pretty harsh vs PG279Q and that whites are more washed out on this one vs PG279Q.
    
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post #5757 of 7811
Got mine today, March 2016 manufacture date.
It looks amazing no light bleed or uniformity issues. Went through 3 of the pg279q before trying this and this difference is night and day. Kinda bummed though because I really prefer the overall look and OSD of the ASUS but can't deal with those QC issues at this price point.
Anyone looking at 1440p 144+ hz I'd have to recommend the Acer. I'll take some better dark pics tomorrow night but gotta get some sleep for now l.

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I'm trying to decide between this monitor and the new LG 34UC88. They both cost about the same. Bigger screen with a sweet curve or try G-Sync and 100+ frames for the first time? I currently own a Dell u2713hm so I'm not sure about going to another 27" just because of G-Sync/100+Hz. Thoughts?
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I'm trying to decide between this monitor and the new LG 34UC88. They both cost about the same. Bigger screen with a sweet curve or try G-Sync and 100+ frames for the first time? I currently own a Dell u2713hm so I'm not sure about going to another 27" just because of G-Sync/100+Hz. Thoughts?

I'm actually coming from the same monitor u2713hm and I can say for gaming it's a huge improvement, the main thing you will notice is the response time I've had my dell for so long I didn't realize how slow the dell is and how much better every game feels with fast response, the second thing will be the silky smoothness that g sync offers and the third will be how much better the desktop and basic stuff seems with the high refresh rate. Visually I've tried them side by side and they are nearly identical when calibrated properly, I'll see if I can upload some pics later today.
If your not big into gaming then I'd say stick with the dell but if you do game then yeah it's a rather massive difference if money is no issue. Also there are a lot of new 1440p 144+ hz monitors coming down the line so you can probably get the best of both worlds in the months ahead. Any more specific questions feel free to ask... Cheers
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I'm actually coming from the same monitor u2713hm and I can say for gaming it's a huge improvement, the main thing you will notice is the response time I've had my dell for so long I didn't realize how slow the dell is and how much better every game feels with fast response, the second thing will be the silky smoothness that g sync offers and the third will be how much better the desktop and basic stuff seems with the high refresh rate. Visually I've tried them side by side and they are nearly identical when calibrated properly, I'll see if I can upload some pics later today.
If your not big into gaming then I'd say stick with the dell but if you do game then yeah it's a rather massive difference if money is no issue. Also there are a lot of new 1440p 144+ hz monitors coming down the line so you can probably get the best of both worlds in the months ahead. Any more specific questions feel free to ask... Cheers
Are there better monitors releasing soon? I'm trying to keep my budget under 800 and I'm not really in a big rush. Worth it to wait?
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