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Should I get this monitor?

Hamface55
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Anyone have any things to say about the LG 27GK750F-B 27"? Should I get it? Is there a better option for the price? I know it says that it is 2ms but I saw a video and when you turn off freesync you can get it to 1ms.

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It's pretty expensive for 1080p, and what hardware do you have that can push 240fps. Unless you have a super powerful GPU and it is freesync, and the best AMD GPU can't get that high fps unless you want to lower settings.

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Just now, Darpyface said:

It's pretty expensive for 1080p, and what hardware do you have that can push 240fps. Unless you have a super powerful GPU and it is freesync, and the best AMD GPU can't get that high fps unless you want to lower settings.

Well I have a 1060 so I was just gonna keep freesync off. Do you have a monitor you would recommend?

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I don't think a 1060 can do anywher close to 240fps, so I would recommend a 60Hz or 75Hz monitor. This monitor is much cheaper and should be more suited to your hardware.

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39 minutes ago, Darpyface said:

I don't think a 1060 can do anywher close to 240fps, so I would recommend a 60Hz or 75Hz monitor. This monitor is much cheaper and should be more suited to your hardware.

The framerate greatly depends on what he is doing. Playing a AAA 2018 game on ultra? Probably wont push 240 fps. CS:GO? Absolutely

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Anything over 144Hz is a gimmick and not noticeable.

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