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I need help finding a good G-Sync monitor because when I play games on my normal HP monitor and use V-Sync if I'm running at 60 FPS and it goes to 59 or lower the game stutters. It does it on all of my games. Fallout 4, GTA 5 and Payday 2.
 

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G-Sync, good price? Doesn't exist. Cheapast will probably be PG278Q 1440p 144hz, it's an older TN model.
Though i can agree with this, the cheapest would actually be the 24-27" 1080p 144hz monitors.
 

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Yes my bad, I forgot about Acer.

The best and cheapest choice will probably be the Acer 24" 1080p, quite a bit to be honest for 1080p TN, but it has G-Sync.
 

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I wouldn't mind testing that Acer 28" 4k G-Sync to be honest, BUT not at that price.
4k might be a little too much for me. I'd be happy with a 1080p
 

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I wouldn't mind testing that Acer 28" 4k G-Sync to be honest, BUT not at that price.
In fact do I really need a G-Sync monitor anyway? I never make make 144 FPS any way. And If I do I can't just use adaptive V-Sync?
 

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In fact do I really need a G-Sync monitor anyway? I never make make 144 FPS any way. And If I do I can't just use adaptive V-Sync?
G-SYNC is less important at 144 FPS since tearing is less common at such high frame rates (I still see it in some games though). If you can maintain such high frame rates, you might prefer using ULMB instead.
 
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