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Gaming Monitors Guide

chrisblackford636

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anyone got any of thee monitors?


LG 38GL950G

ASUS ROG SWIFT PG35VQ

Acer Predator X35

AOC AG353UCG

i'm trying to pick a bigger new monitor can never make up mind any pros and cons from any one that has used them would help

thanks :)
 

EwaVin

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I just bought ASUS TUF Gaming VG289Q 28 inch LED IPS Gaming Monitor - IPS Panel, 3840 x 2160 Resolution, 5ms, it's a 60hz monitor, reviews that it's not listed on Nivida's g-sync list but apparently this does work with g-sync/adaptive sync.

Reading on this trend that I should of bought an Acer Nitro 144hz monitor but this was twice the price as the ASUS, I am running with an I7 9700f and 2080 Super graphics card and will be playing mostly single player games, with 4K and high settings enabled.

Basically, did I make a bad choice? Lol :)
 

Scott

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It's a reasonable pairing for the 2080 Super. In your shoes I would have went 1440p Ultrawide but it's a personal thing :)

I'm not sure how low freesync actually goes but going below 60hz it will help dramatically.
 

EwaVin

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It's a reasonable pairing for the 2080 Super. In your shoes I would have went 1440p Ultrawide but it's a personal thing :)

I'm not sure how low freesync actually goes but going below 60hz it will help dramatically.


Yeah I was torn between the 2160 or 1440p monitors but I'm coming from a ps4 Pro which is supposed to do "Native 4k" but we all know its mostly 1400p upscaled. I just wanted to see what the difference was with actual Native 4k with enhanced settings.

I'm hoping most games will run at a steady 60fps, I think the adaptive sync goes between 40-60 fps on the monitor, I definitely don't want to play games under 40 fps anymore.
 
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