Nvidia 10 series gpu with non g sync monitor

  1.    06 Mar 2018 #1

    Nvidia 10 series gpu with non g sync monitor


    I am curious. Has anyone have or had a build with a Nvidia gpu with non gsync monitor? I know there's v-sync and fast sync but haven't done enough research to know how it works exactly. Any experiences here? I thought of getting a lg ultrawide monitor with 75hz. Why am I going ultrawide over a gsync monitor is due to pricing.
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  2.    07 Mar 2018 #2

    If you like gaming I advise you getting a gaming monitor with at least 120Hz frequency. I also have a 75Hz monitor and some games (like cs:go) are barely playable even using fast sync (vsync with less latency).

    PS- Many people will tell you to play with vsync disabled but I cannot stand the terrible screen tearing.
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  3.    07 Mar 2018 #3

    eLPuSHeR said: View Post
    If you like gaming I advise you getting a gaming monitor with at least 120Hz frequency. I also have a 75Hz monitor and some games (like cs:go) are barely playable even using fast sync (vsync with less latency).

    PS- Many people will tell you to play with vsync disabled but I cannot stand the terrible screen tearing.
    I have a gtx 1060 6gb. So I might try out 75hz ultrawide 1080 and see how it goes.
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       07 Mar 2018 #4

    I have a 1080 TI and 3X 27" monitors. 2 are 60 Hz and 1 is 144Hz, none with G sync. I have gamed on all 3 at one time or another. I don't own a game that has shown screen tearing on any of them. I have read many articles on screen tearing and know it can happen. I have just never seen it.
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  5.    07 Mar 2018 #5

    essenbe said: View Post
    I have a 1080 TI and 3X 27" monitors. 2 are 60 Hz and 1 is 144Hz, none with G sync. I have gamed on all 3 at one time or another. I don't own a game that has shown screen tearing on any of them. I have read many articles on screen tearing and know it can happen. I have just never seen it.
    Ah ok. I just bought the lg 34um69g-b and like the design. It's a 75hz through display port and I have 1060 6gb. The only games I know will run high fps are csgo and rocket league. The monitor was on sale for $330 so I bought it. But if it comes to it, I might have to return it for the 79g version, which is curved and have 144hz and $100 more. The gsync version is 700 and can't afford that. ��
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       07 Mar 2018 #6

    I was sort of looking at this one https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074JKT894...v_ov_lig_dp_it but from my experience, I'm not overly concerned about G Sync. Maybe I should be, but it's never caused me any trouble. without it

    EDIT: That's really jumped in price. It was $535 yesterday
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       07 Mar 2018 #7

    Hi,
    Yeah I haven't seen any difference either
    You can use game mode in 10 and probably see the same results but I haven't used it personally
    The 2 basically reduce frame rates so not may people want that to happen :)

    All mostly depends on what type of cable you use to the monitor and card
    Display port is the best
    DVI being okay
    DVi port to VGA port not good
    Cards all have dvi ports for the most part and so do monitors
    If your monitor has a display port on it use it for best results :)

    GSync monitors only have a display port on them it actually limits what one can connect to them it may also have another odd display port like a mini display port I haven't really looked at mine all that closely
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  8.    07 Mar 2018 #8

    essenbe said: View Post
    I was sort of looking at this one https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074JKT894...v_ov_lig_dp_it but from my experience, I'm not overly concerned about G Sync. Maybe I should be, but it's never caused me any trouble. without it

    EDIT: That's really jumped in price. It was $535 yesterday
    Walmart online :)
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  9.    07 Mar 2018 #9

    essenbe said: View Post
    I have a 1080 TI and 3X 27" monitors. 2 are 60 Hz and 1 is 144Hz, none with G sync. I have gamed on all 3 at one time or another. I don't own a game that has shown screen tearing on any of them. I have read many articles on screen tearing and know it can happen. I have just never seen it.
    Pretty much the same here, except that I have a 1060 6GB, and 3 24" monitors.

    On some games I will get tearing around 90FPS, but otherwise it's just fine.
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