400$ for a display that can display
How about using that $400 to buy a video card that can generate 60+fps and keeping your existing monitor and turn off V-sync?
Or am I missing something here?
(Also who does 1080p on a 27" monitor?!!!)
Even the most bad ass systems will drop below 60 fps in some of the most demanding games. Even if the AVERAGE framerate is well above 60, you need to look at the minimum framerate as well, that's when the stuttering will start to occur.
I saw the video and only saw a pendulum stuttering , V-Sync and G-sync on.
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