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75hz freesync vs 144hz?

Blackhole890
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both are 1080p and i have a rx 570, which is compatible with freesync

 

75hz/freesync for 200€ 

 

or

 

144hz for 250€?

 

which one is more worth it?

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144hz is much more worth. 

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I'd go with the Freesync monitor since it's highly unlikely your card will get anywhere near 144hz anyway.

And, as @Majestic said, it's kind of pointless without knowing what two monitors you're comparing.

Either one could be terribly shitty.

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15 hours ago, Majestic said:

The better panel? This is a pointless comparison.

 

15 hours ago, dizmo said:

I'd go with the Freesync monitor since it's highly unlikely your card will get anywhere near 144hz anyway.

And, as @Majestic said, it's kind of pointless without knowing what two monitors you're comparing.

Either one could be terribly shitty.

75hz freesync:

https://www.amazon.es/ASUS-VG245H-1920x1080-Free-Sync-ergonómica/dp/B01I1RET3M/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1509975731&sr=8-1&keywords=freesync+75

 

144hz:

https://www.amazon.es/Acer-Predator-GN246HLB-Monitor-1920x1080/dp/B00IG0Z0HY/ref=sr_1_1?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1509975752&sr=1-1&keywords=144

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15 hours ago, dizmo said:

I'd go with the Freesync monitor since it's highly unlikely your card will get anywhere near 144hz anyway.

what do you mean? i dont play triple a games, just light games like league of legends etc

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47 minutes ago, Blackhole890 said:

what do you mean? i dont play triple a games, just light games like league of legends etc

I don't think you'll ever notice any difference playing over 75fps on LoL or other Moba honestly, I'll take the cheaper 75hz one in this case.

you could consider an IPS model since you don't need the faster refresh rate useful in FPS games, and you can enjoy the vibrant colors of the maps more idk

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5 minutes ago, Trentonxx said:

I don't think you'll ever notice any difference playing over 75fps on LoL or other Moba honestly, I'll take the cheaper 75hz one in this case.

you could consider an IPS model since you don't need the faster refresh rate useful in FPS games, and you can enjoy the vibrant colors of the maps more idk

I hate this notion that only FPSs need high refresh rate displays. 

Higher refresh rate means less input lag, that's beneficial to every game, not just FPSs. 

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2 hours ago, luigi90210 said:

I hate this notion that only FPSs need high refresh rate displays. 

Higher refresh rate means less input lag, that's beneficial to every game, not just FPSs. 

 

2 hours ago, Trentonxx said:

I don't think you'll ever notice any difference playing over 75fps on LoL or other Moba honestly, I'll take the cheaper 75hz one in this case.

you could consider an IPS model since you don't need the faster refresh rate useful in FPS games, and you can enjoy the vibrant colors of the maps more idk

i just want a smooth experience everytime i use the computer, just like i had when i met the ipad pro with its 120hz display... Also, i play a game called "Osu!" which is something like fps games and also i play csgo too

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3 hours ago, Blackhole890 said:

what do you mean? i dont play triple a games, just light games like league of legends etc

And that's exactly why it's important to have an informative post. 

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