Thats the Q1R not the same as the one i linked earlier that was the Q1A
16 minutes ago, xReqt said:
I do like the look and the reviews are somewhat good on the asus but my issue is I am a very competitive gamer I've been told to stick to 144hz due to how obtainable it is to match via fps. I do have the money to do this and I've wanted to try this for quite a while so I may go ahead and do so I just hope I can get as smooth of an experience I am getting atm (Let down by colours on the benq hard and no matter what its so bright) Quick and final question, will this actually feel the same or better in terms of If I am playing a game for instance call of duty at 120 fps on a 144hz monitor to if I was playing it with the 240-280hz, I care mainly for the smoothness and I cannot go behind 144hz and I've tried 120hz and 60 recently and frankly 144hz has ruined me nothing feels good below it. Once again I appreciate your help @SolarNova
You dont need to match FPS to HZ with a VRR capable display, thats the whole point of VRR, to allow the display to adapt to the PC FPS. and thus have a smooth tear free experience with no added input latency like u get with traditional Vsync.
As for how it will feel, the difference will be in how it looks (due to the factory calibration and panel gamut capabilities) and how the pixel response compares to the benQ. How different it will be i cannot say as i cant compare tested result of what ever benQ model u have to the other displays mentioned.
The 280hz The VG259QM will certainly have clearer motion as ull have a proven fast pixel response combined with BFI (ELMB Sync), even when running at 144hz via freesync/ELMB Sync.
9 minutes ago, xReqt said:
I've done a little research and ended up sticking to 144-165hz max so I will either get the £150 or carry on researching using the website you linked, thanks again.