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post #11 of 37 (permalink) Old 12-31-2018, 01:33 PM
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Yeah I am playing BFV right now maxed out, getting around 90-105 and it looks great. Thinking about downgrading to a 1080 to pocket some cash hence the question. A little nervous about it though with the 1440p 144hz screen.

I'd stick with what you have. I can't imagine selling your 1080 Ti and buying a 1080 is gonna put more than $100 in your pocket anyway. There's Gigabyte 1080 Ti blower cards on eBay right now for $550 and 1080s for about $450 - $470.

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Quote: Originally Posted by lexer View Post
I know that is not 100% related to your question but you can extrapolate some information from there. The guy say for reducing motion blur to a 50% you have to double the framerate or use strobing. So from 100 to 144 you are not missing much specially if your monitor have some type of adaptive sync. I agree with pook that some games are harder to notice a difference between for example 100 to 144hz. In Doom, CS:GO, Shadow Warrior 2 or any fast passed shooter I can notice that
For sure thanks. I agree, I have been meaning to play CS:GO now that its free, should be easy to run I think though? I'll look into it.

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Well I notice a difference between 100 and 144fps even on 60Hz
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For sure thanks. I agree, I have been meaning to play CS:GO now that its free, should be easy to run I think though? I'll look into it.

CS:GO can run >200FPS on a potato, you're plenty fine.

You're going to get nothing but cheaters in the free-to-play lobbies though, GL.

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Quote: Originally Posted by The Pook View Post
CS:GO can run >200FPS on a potato, you're plenty fine.

You're going to get nothing but cheaters in the free-to-play lobbies though, GL.
Oh for real? How lame, I thought Valve had some great anti cheat sw?

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Oh for real? How lame, I thought Valve had some great anti cheat sw?

It's unobtrusive and it doesn't false-ly ban people, but it also lets a bunch slip through the cracks. Hackers are rare in Prime, but you gotta pay $7.99 or something to get Prime now and attach your account to a phone number. If you already had prime before it went F2P you got grandfathered in.

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It's unobtrusive and it doesn't false-ly ban people, but it also lets a bunch slip through the cracks. Hackers are rare in Prime, but you gotta pay $7.99 or something to get Prime now and attach your account to a phone number. If you already had prime before it went F2P you got grandfathered in.
I just played for a minute and a couple guys I could unload a whole clip in and they could just take it. People were complaining about others shooting through walls so yeah. Fun though, brought back my Source days.

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I find FPS from 100-144 benefits the first person shooter mouse movement speed so the scene is not blurring when sweeping fast side to side.

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I find Gsync to be better than just straight high fps/hz. I honestly can not tell what the fps is unless it drops pretty low for some reason in a game. Anything north of 50-60 fps feels the same. I have gone to turning more pretties on and letting FPS drop a bit since I can not tell any more. Worth the cost in my opinion.

That said, I can not really see a difference in a 120 and 144 hz screen. But, that is me. With Gsync it all looks/feels the same to me.
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Anything north of 50-60 fps feels the same.

Oof.

How much cheaper this hobby would be if that was the case

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