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Screen tearing issue

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Guys i have a i5 3570, 16gb

I plan on getting a gtx 1080 

All my money will be used up 

But i have a 60hz monitor i want to know that 

How much screen tearing will occur and will it be a major problem while playing modern titles and does their come a point that it does not bother when the fps is extremely high, can someone please explain? And yes i know that my cpu is mediocre and i will have minor fps loss

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If your monitor has g sync use it and you’ll be stuck at 60 but no screen tearing

 

how about RX 580


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44 minutes ago, Gegger said:

If your monitor has g sync use it and you’ll be stuck at 60 but no screen tearing

 

how about RX 580

gsync doesn't make you stuck on 60fps, you are talking about v-sync

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44 minutes ago, wojtepanik said:

gsync doesn't make you stuck on 60fps, you are talking about v-sync

That’s not what I meant

 

i meant that they would have no tearing but would be limited my their monitor


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