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Actually what he said isn't entirely true. It depends on the game, different games have different V-Sync behaviors for when you can't maintain the frame rate. They are:

1) The one he said, it switches to V-Sync 1/2 refresh rate. This is actually very rare, most games don't do this.
2) V-Sync turns off entirely. This is called Adaptive V-Sync.
3) V-Sync stays on, but input lag goes up and stutters occur when you can't maintain frame rate.

The Dell S2417DG seems like a phenomenal value. 24" 1440p 144 Hz G-SYNC and also ULMB.

Thanks for that I'll definitely look into it. Regardless it seems that a 144 panel is a good investment specially if the hardware in the system could handle.
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Thanks for that I'll definitely look into it. Regardless it seems that a 144 panel is a good investment specially if the hardware in the system could handle.

For your system, it is a VERY GOOD investment. It will make your gaming experience even better. thumb.gif
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As you can see from my sig rig, I can't play modern demanding games at 144 FPS, yet I'm still benefiting from my 144 Hz G-SYNC monitor (the AOC G2460PG) quite a bit thanks to G-SYNC and also thanks to 144 Hz. In games, G-SYNC keeps my refresh rate synchronized with my framerates, and they usually range from 50-110 for most of my most demanding games. At the desktop, 144 Hz makes all motion absolutely butter-smooth. I also have my mouse USB polling rate set to 1000 Hz, so 144 Hz with that is amazing.

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Sounds good guy, I was wondering if it were better to go 4K @60 but it seems QHD with 144hz would be a bit better. After all I think 4K could be scaled from within th settings. Going onto another subject there so I'll leave that.

Thanks for sharing your suggestions on monitors I'll check around and see if I could find any deals.
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Sounds good guy, I was wondering if it were better to go 4K @60 but it seems QHD with 144hz would be a bit better. After all I think 4K could be scaled from within th settings. Going onto another subject there so I'll leave that.

Thanks for sharing your suggestions on monitors I'll check around and see if I could find any deals.

 

Oh, that's a good question. I kinda remember someone telling me that at a high resolution like that, 60 Hz wasn't bad at all. I don't know what it's actually like though. I can only go by my experience with an 8-year old 60Hz LCD monitor (the Samsung 2253BW). That's what I had right before I bought the AOC G2460PG.

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I agree I am using the Acer XB271HU and love it, I don't regret getting it at all. G-Sync is very nice on how it works, I play exclusively FPS games and I don't think I have ever saw a tear (like stated here if one did happen I am not sure I could see it) G-sync is nice due to games that are running FPS caps you don't have to change anything just go and game and let G-Sync do the work for ya. I am going to be going for a Ultrawide soon with G-sync give that world a shot.

I do agree about the needless premium put on G-Sync monitors compared to Freesync monitors. When Nvidia holding the cards I guess they make up the rules as they see fit.
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I agree I am using the Acer XB271HU and love it, I don't regret getting it at all. G-Sync is very nice on how it works, I play exclusively FPS games and I don't think I have ever saw a tear (like stated here if one did happen I am not sure I could see it) G-sync is nice due to games that are running FPS caps you don't have to change anything just go and game and let G-Sync do the work for ya. I am going to be going for a Ultrawide soon with G-sync give that world a shot.

I do agree about the needless premium put on G-Sync monitors compared to Freesync monitors. When Nvidia holding the cards I guess they make up the rules as they see fit.

 

The premium is partly due to the extra hardware in the monitor.

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The premium is partly due to the extra hardware in the monitor.
Exactly. Gsync monitors have an extra module in them, while Freesync does not. The extra hardware for the Gsync monitors is what the extra cost is for.
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Exactly. Gsync monitors have an extra module in them, while Freesync does not. The extra hardware for the Gsync monitors is what the extra cost is for.

Well, it's a custom scalar from NVIDIA (opposed to a scalar that does not come from NVIDIA). Said scalar is more advanced and more expensive, although I wonder if it justifies the $200 premium. FreeSync requires a custom scalar too I think, but not nearly as unique as NVIDIA's since ultimately G-SYNC relies heavily on the monitor scalar while FreeSync not so much.
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...with the added benefit for Nvidia to bind their customers to their brand thumb.gif
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