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post #481 of 492
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Originally Posted by x-apoc View Post

Found one for you

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824025836&cm_re=LG_32%22-_-24-025-836-_-Product


LG 32GK850G Black 31.5" QHD 1440p 5ms 144Hz NVIDIA G-Sync Gaming Monitor, 350nits(typ), HDMI, Display Port, USB3.0, Tilt, Swivel, Pivot, Height Adjustable


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Nice.. I might buy something like this in the future.. Thanks for the link thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by amstech View Post

Nothing is marrying the frames together, Gsync draws two frames during dips to eliminate tearing/stuttering.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fghQh0Y4oA4
Your attempts to label my understanding of this technology are pathetic. Your only trying to do that because I got you in a corner and your getting defensive. Don't take things personally. I know EXACTLY how this technology works, I've read detailed articles and watched detailed videos. If your monitor does not have Gsync and you have a GTX GPU, your missing out big time. Anyone who has owned both will agree.
Research before your buy.

It's like gaming with 16GB compared to 32GB.
You gain ABSOLUTELY NOTHING.

If your fps dips, THEN GSync come in handy, absolutely. Im talking about if you can maintain a steady fps, having a non-gsync monitor will not be at any disadvantage vs a GSync.

If your monitor is set to 144hz, and you run 144fps with v-sync, how you get stutter or tearing? Tearing is coming if your fps is higher than your monitors refreshrate, and stuttering if it is lower.

Im not taking this personally, and im not in a Corner.

Reasearch before you buy, again, hilarious. You dont think i knew GSync existed before i bought? At the time i bought it there was no GSync monitors available at that size. Again, READ my post.

Go watch some more videos, you clearly miss what im saying to you.

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Edited by Simkin - 1/11/18 at 1:38pm
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If your fps dips, THEN GSync come in handy, absolutely. Im talking about if you can maintain a steady fps, having a non-gsync monitor will not be at any disadvantage vs a GSync.

Yes it will.
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If your monitor is set to 144hz, and you run 144fps with v-sync, how you get stutter or tearing?

It's not about power or the HZ, its about matching frames.
Gsync does it WAY better then Vsync, regardless of your rigs power or your framerate.
There is a reason why a Gsync monitor is so expensive.
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It's not about power or the HZ, its about matching frames.
Gsync does it WAY better then Vsync, regardless of your rigs power or your framerate.
There is a reason why a Gsync monitor is so expensive.

I have never had any stutter or inputlag issues with Vsync, if my fps is matching my framerate, gameplay have always been buttersmooth for me.
Edited by Simkin - 1/12/18 at 1:15pm
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Yes it will

No it will not.
Edited by Simkin - 1/12/18 at 1:15pm
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No it will not.
At 60Hz you will get additional 16ms input delay, at 120Hz 8ms, that is a disadvantage. Even if you can keep it at maxed out.
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No it will not.
At 60Hz you will get additional 16ms input delay, at 120Hz 8ms, that is a disadvantage. Even if you can keep it at maxed out.
www.blurbusters.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/lag-csgo.png
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You just dont get it simkin.
Research what Gsync does.

Everyone will tell you the same.
Don't hate. Don't be mad. Listen and learn.

Equal rigs, a Gysnc monitor will make for a much smoother experience then a non-Gync, regardless of specs. This is commonly known information.
Even freesync would be a step up for you.

You can argue all you want, and say this and that, facts are facts and they are inarguable.
Edited by amstech - 1/12/18 at 3:46pm
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Originally Posted by amstech View Post

You just dont get it simkin.
Research what Gsync does.

Everyone will tell you the same.
Don't hate. Don't be mad. Listen and learn.

Equal rigs, a Gysnc monitor will make for a much smoother experience then a non-Gync, regardless of specs. This is commonly known information.
Even freesync would be a step up for you.

You can argue all you want, and say this and that, facts are facts and they are inarguable.

No, its you who dont get it mate.

What you are saying, is that everyone will benefit and notice a difference with GSync, no mather what, that is simply not true.

What GSync does, and what difference you actually will see depends on alot of things.

If you are on a 60Hz (and maybe especially 4K) monitor and you dip under 60fps constantly then GSync will be really nice to have, but if you are on a 120/144hz and u rarely dip, GSync is less important and its not like everyone will actually benefit from having GSync at such high framerate. Some will, some will not.

I have read about many who moved from 144Hz Non-GSync to a 144Hz GSync and could not tell any difference, and some prefer ULMB over Gsync

My gameplay is smooth as silk without GSync thumb.gif.
Edited by Simkin - 1/13/18 at 6:00am
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Yes it will.
It's not about power or the HZ, its about matching frames.
Gsync does it WAY better then Vsync, regardless of your rigs power or your framerate.
There is a reason why a Gsync monitor is so expensive.
Yes it's called Nvidia milking because they want to lock down customers to their ecosystem so that they are less willing to buy products that AMD sells. So they made a proprietary PCB board they force onto monitor makers, that costs additional money and raises costs of all Gsync capable monitors as a result. It provides zero benefit over the VESA standard that everyone else uses, including Nvidia on some of their laptop and pro use GPUs they just don't want to enable the standardized VESA adaptive sync on desktop GPU drivers to force people to buy and pay them extra for Gsync PCB and lock them down to NV eco system, pretty much copying Apple, Intel and other crappy companies that push out proprietary tech to keep customers loyal to themselves and limit customer options of hardware selection.
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