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a lot of nvidia users ask in monitor threads if they can use the gsync for that fs monitor or the other....how many people do you think spend 2 grands on a gpu and a gsync monitor? they have the "certified" one but they prefer risking on a fs monitor.... why?

It's ok spending 1400$ on a 2080ti but I would save 100$ from the monitor, oh and will be better to have a free games in it because, you know 50$ for a game .. it's too much!!!!!
So, it's not everyone? Just a lot?

Damn, that is, still, a lot of people!

As to why they do that, I'm going to make a VERY wild guess and suggest that it might have to do with the fact that G-sync has a more limited selection of monitors and/or that some people don't care about variable overdrive and a more flawless implementation of VRR as much as some do. I suppose the 30%+ performance increase of a 2080ti is more noticeable to some people.

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a lot of nvidia users ask in monitor threads if they can use the gsync for that fs monitor or the other....how many people do you think spend 2 grands on a gpu and a gsync monitor? they have the "certified" one but they prefer risking on a fs monitor.... why?

It's ok spending 1400$ on a 2080ti but I would save 100$ from the monitor, oh and will be better to have a free games in it because, you know 50$ for a game .. it's too much!!!!!


If you don't get it enabled from the driver THAN it is not guaranteed at all that it will work, you can manually obviously, but it will be a black screen/flickering mess. They enable monitor by monitor on a driver level, at least this is what they said.

Ok let's switch to 90%, not everyone lol

gsync monitors are rare at least in the forums I daily read..... it is more common from one year or so that nvidia users choose a fs version of the same monitor instead of gsync (even due to limitations on the same panel), example the 34GK950 34'' LG 21:9 IPS......same panel, two versions....gsync version is rare while fs is quite popular (for a 1000$ monitor of course).
The reason to pick a freesync monitor is that a monitor is not something you change very often. The ideal situation is to have one thats going to work whether your next GPU is Nvidia or AMD. I certainly would have picked a Freesync variant if it existed and if Gsync compatible had been a thing at the time despite then having a 1080ti. I don't care how much money you have for your graphics cards, there's 0 reason whatsoever to buy a new monitor every 2 years with your next card and there's no good reason to lock yourself into one ecosystem. It's too late for me, but most people should certainly consider it more carefully. I can't wait for them both to go away and be replaced by something that just works across all devices over HDMI and DP.

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Do these TV’s have overscan or are the true pixel for pixel TV’s?

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There's a planned Philips monitor for 2020Q1 with a low-haze semi-glossy VA panel and 4K120 with adaptive sync support for $500-ish.

It'll be a good democratizer of 4K120 with decent PQ.
I expect there to be a few affordable 4K120hz by mid 2021 but the only place for me to go from my current display is 120hzOLED.

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Do these TV’s have overscan or are the true pixel for pixel TV’s?
it has overscan, and apparently its kinda buggy with some peripherals like Shield, etc. I found a ton of threads like this - seems an easy flip of a switch fixes it though.
https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce...g-oled-solved/
https://www.reddit.com/r/hometheater...h_apple_tv_4k/

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Do these TV’s have overscan or are the true pixel for pixel TV’s?
In games, there are no problems. There are problems with text because Windows is designed for RGB while these monitors are WRGB.
Personally I am going to wait for C10 next year since even with 2080 Ti I can't do much over 60 fps in most games. I have also tried 120Hz @ 1080p and was not really that impressed.

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I expect there to be a few affordable 4K120hz by mid 2021 but the only place for me to go from my current display is 120hzOLED.



it has overscan, and apparently its kinda buggy with some peripherals like Shield, etc. I found a ton of threads like this - seems an easy flip of a switch fixes it though.
https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce...g-oled-solved/
https://www.reddit.com/r/hometheater...h_apple_tv_4k/
That's good to know you can turn it off. The last TV I used as a monitor was my old Sony XBR4, one of the reasons i bought it was for the full pixel mode it had that almost no other TV had back then.

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Really appreciate what LG has been doing for gaming on their TVs. At 2600 dollars for an OLED, 65 inch, Gsync TV is approaching reasonable and might be my next TV. I think LG has also made it possible to disable just about all frame processing, so input lag is getting very decent too. I am skeptical of OLED still, but at those price and features I might make a purchase this year or the next! Very exciting.
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If you don't get it enabled from the driver THAN it is not guaranteed at all that it will work, you can manually obviously, but it will be a black screen/flickering mess. They enable monitor by monitor on a driver level, at least this is what they said.
The drivers will detect some monitors and activate G-sync (adaptive sync) automatically. On other screens you have to activate it manually. It might work great or be flickery, based purly on the quality of the VRR on that display. The drivers might contain some info about the G-sync compatible monitors (not sure what) but they do report their VRR range so even if you have to manually turn it on it should work similar to Freesync on the same display. Nothing I have seen suggests otherwise.
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