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Good price, tempted to upgrade but currently at 1440p 144hz…
Mostly a side grade for you. Different use cases/preferences. This is more focused at content creation (to some extent) and slower 4X type games (my games =P) where we're happy with prettier visuals and lower frames rates.
I used to play more competitive FPS / MOBA games, however now I mainly play single player games. So it is tempting, but I can't be bothered selling my old monitor and I'm not sure if i'll hate 60 vs 144!
if your 144 has freesync / gsync, keep it.
@lostn: Some monitors at 144hz won't do vrr at that point, but anything that goes above 60hz should support some form of freesync/gsync/adaptive sync. Should =p
@incipient: at what point?
@incipient: Depends on the monitor. A few of the 144hz panels I've seen only do vrr at 120hz - still plenty however! I'm not an expert here however, I'm a 4k junkie, so haven't looked at the high framerates enough =(
Just something to keep in mind.
Thanks, been holding out for a good second monitor for photo/video/productivity work, finally all the boxes are checked :)
you can't come back to 60hz monitor after you have a 144hz one.
Feel it here
I used a 120hz monitor for a month when I was babysitting it for my friend. I could take it or leave it. Free/gsync is a different story. That makes a big difference.
Personally I prefer the higher resolution given the trade off, and 4k has an easier upgrade path. When 4k120hz, and the required GPU, is cheaper I'll jump on it then.
Will 144Hz still work fine with an Nvidia 2070 card?
Quite comfortably depending on the game and settings you use. A more demanding game like witcher 3 or similar you may need to turn down a bit to hit the 100+ fps mark. Something like cs:go shouldn't be a problem.
i would check the freesync range on this. At 60hz, it's not going to be a wide range. Probably 48-60hz and unless you have a beefy PC or turn down your settings, you might not even be able to keep within that range.
My understanding it's 40-60hz, which is a fairly decent range. This however is Freesync 1, so it doesn't come with LFC which is a pain, and I'm not sure if HDR will work with vrr/freesync turned on?
thanks, bought one
How good would this be for the Xbox one X? I play on a 1ms Asus 1080p monitor. Will the 5ms make a big difference?
Had been waiting for sub-$600. Thanks. Bought. 1% cashback…
this might sound like a stupid question, does the monitor come with a screen protector installed that needs to be peeled off?
I honestly can't tell and don't want to go picking on the side of the screen