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Originally Posted by Jupitel View Post

Had a friend ask a similar question recently, without actually looking at the technology is hard to explain, basically it's really useful when you fps fall lower than 144, if you plan to upgrade your GPU every few year using high-end ones than gsync is not needed, if you plan to "buy and forget" than gsync will ensure you will get fluid enough game experience in the future.

Gsync yes if

-lower than 144hz
-no more gpu upgrades for a while
-no more monitor upgrades for a while
-planning to upgrade to DP 1.4 (4k/144hz) or triple monitor setup, etc

gsync no if

-adm card (duh?)
-144hz stable
-high end GPU upgrades

This isn't true, I upgrade my cards every year and still can't hit 144hz on newer games with maxed settings

Gsync makes sense in pretty much ANY gaming application
post #12 of 12
I hope gsync goes away and monitor prices return to normal.
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