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FPS lower than refresh rate without G-sync?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey, all

 

In a scenario where a monitor refresh rate is faster than the in-game FPS, what would be the result and how showing will be the problem?
For example, the BenQ XL2546 doesn't support G-sync as far as I know, instead its selling point is the DyAc technology that has as to my understanding nothing to do with refresh rates or FPS but instead reduction of movement blus. If i were to game on that monitor with a rig that couldn't push 150+ FPS on some games: 
1- How is that going to affect the overall smoothness of display?

2- Will V-sync be of any help in situations like these? (doubt it but need reassurance)

3- Would you recommend the BenQ XL2540 (Supports G-sync) Instead for that specific situation?

4- What's my best option here?

 

Awaiting you answers.. ❤️ 

 

 

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Welcome to the forum.

  1. Using v-sync when fps is under the monitor's refresh rate can introduce stuttering
  2. Nothing can increase your frame rates like turning some settings down can
  3. G-sync is now compatible with any freesync monitor, so you don't have to look for a g-sync only monitor.
  4. Turning a few settings down

By the way, I have no idea what hardware you have or what games you play, or even what resolution or refresh rate you play at. A little bit of info helps ;)


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Posted · Original PosterOP
13 minutes ago, Cereal5 said:

Welcome to the forum.

  1. Using v-sync when fps is under the monitor's refresh rate can introduce stuttering
  2. Nothing can increase your frame rates like turning some settings down can
  3. G-sync is now compatible with any freesync monitor, so you don't have to look for a g-sync only monitor.
  4. Turning a few settings down

By the way, I have no idea what hardware you have or what games you play, or even what resolution or refresh rate you play at. A little bit of info helps ;)

I'm running a 1080ti, i7-7700, 16 of ram, and a shitty 60 FPS monitor that I obviously need to upgrade, that's why I was aiming for that 240hz.

Also, could you please elaborate number 3 more?

And out of the two monitors mentioned above, which one would u recommend best?

❤️ ty for replying btw :)

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4 minutes ago, Khabraa said:

I'm running a 1080ti, i7-7700, 16 of ram, and a shitty 60 FPS monitor that I obviously need to upgrade, that's why I was aiming for that 240hz.

Also, could you please elaborate number 3 more?

And out of the two monitors mentioned above, which one would u recommend best?

❤️ ty for replying btw :)

The 7700 can push 240 in csgo easily.


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You shouldn’t be limited in most any game at 1080p. I’m assuming you’ll mostly be playing shooters. I don’t know what else you want me to elaborate on. NVIDIA relenquished g-sync in favor of freesync. So all freesync monitors will support adaptive refresh rates with NVIDIA GPUs.


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