Originally Posted by MadjinnSayan
Still, if you have a 144 hz, do you still experience the sommthness if the framerate is under the 144 mark (a bit lower or under 70 fps) ?
yeah well the best experience is having sth like g-sync, I prefer 70 fps with gsync than 70 fps on a normal 144hz screen, it feels smoother and I am very sensitive to things like this. I like how I can use g-sync to get smooth gameplay when I wanna turn up the visual quality,which means big fps fluctuations, or I can lower down quality settings and play at 120Hz with ULMB enabled. Frankly, out of the two, 120MHz with ULMB wins by my standards, even if it means reducing the quality of shadows and ambient occlusion or antialiasing. For a parkour game like Dying Light it's just mind blowing, I'm replaying it again on 120hz ULMB and having much more fun than the first time I played it on 1440p 60hz. For The Witcher 3 I use g-sync and higher visual quality settings, getting +70 fps still feels like a big difference over 60fps with vsync, not only for the actual fps gain but for the way adaptive sync works. There is absolutely no perceptible lag with g-sync.