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  1. i'm you and you're me. we're eachother
  2. You're really starting to piss me off Island55.
  3. The monitor will looks nice for non competitive FPS games but 5ms is a lot of delay imo.
  4. Here are the 2 GSync 240hz 1ms monitors on the market right now (I'd go with the Asus): https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06WRP3F5S?tag=blurbust-20 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N34Q6LF?tag=blurbust-20 I recommend holding out if you can because MSI is creating a .5ms response time monitor in the very near future. (around December) https://www.blurbusters.com/msi-oculux-nxg251-monitor-with-240hz-and-0-5ms-repsonse/ All of these monitors are standard 1080p monitors but provide the highest possible refresh rates with the least possible screen tearing at the moment.
  5. Here's a good breakdown of what refresh rate is/does. https://www.lifewire.com/video-frame-vs-screen-refresh-rate-1847855 Your cpu is good enough to handle 1080p but probably not for 1440p.
  6. Can you tell us what CPU you're using? You can always downscale if 1440p is too high
  7. Typically newer monitors make use of DisplayPort but i've seen some use HDMI 2.0.
  8. Another variable you might want to consider is monitor size. Personally recommend 24.5". Depends on how close you sit to your monitor too.
  9. Gsync isn't needed but, gsync makes it so there's virtually no screen tearing. Therefore enemies are more visible. I don't use it myself because I play with ULMB but for superior visibility gsync is recommended.
  10. I don't know how to edit posts but when buying hardware key principles to keep in mind: The most efficient products are ones which have the lowest possible input delay. Current monitors have 1ms response time but in the near future 0.5ms response time monitors are being released.
  11. In my opinion, going from 60hz to 120hz+ is a significant improvement and worth the investment if you have the funds. I had an increase of about 10%+ overall aim. Hitscan weapons like LG / Rail / HMG are much easier to use with a 120hz+ monitor. I can't speak for Freesync but I know AMD has been closing the gap and rapidly improving. I like AMD's business model more and more as time is passing but overall nVidia is still ahead in terms of technology. I don't know what your budget is but for about $600 total you can buy an nVidia GTX 1060 which will be suitable for GSync and cap your FPS at 250 in QL as well as a ULMB/GSync capable 120hz+ monitor. Here are a few resources for you to check out to help you make your decision: https://www.blurbusters.com/gsync/list-of-gsync-monitors/ https://www.blurbusters.com/gsync/preview/ https://forums.blurbusters.com/viewtopic.php?f=4&p=28228 https://www.blurbusters.com/faq/mouse-guide/ A few things to note: I strongly recommend playing in Lightboost or ULMB mode, playing with VSync off and playing at com_maxfps 250. (i'm planning on posting more information for you at a later time but here's what I have for you for now)
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