Originally Posted by TwoCables
Hmm. This is a lot to think about. I mean, I worry that if my system isn't powerful to play my favorite games at 144 FPS but is just fine at 60, then I'm probably not going to be very happy huh? Or will that be taken care of if I get a G-Sync monitor?
with g-sync you'll run 60hz too if you get 60fps, but without the lag.
IMO g-sync is a better investment in a gaming rig overall. you are able to push as many (or as few) frames as your gpu can without tearing,stutter or any lag.
Originally Posted by Ha-Nocri
I don't like that G-Sync costs $100+ extra and it locks you to NV which GPU prices will get even more ridiculous than they are now. I would get a 144Hz FreeSync monitor and get an AMD card (which I did)
lol another one who thinks freesync is free
did you remember to check the sig rig ? you would get a freesync monitor for a nvidia card, that's brilliant advice. keep up the good work.Edited by Klocek001 - 8/8/16 at 11:26pm