Question Does 80fps on 60hz make a difference with 60fps on 60hz monitor?

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So my question is, my monitor is 60hz.
While playing PUBG, I have 2 graphic option

First one is for good visual which is set to high - 60 fps

Second is competitive setting which is using lower graphic setting - 80 fps.

So my monitor only have 60hz refresh rate, so if i can get 80 fps on a 60hz monitor, will i feel the same as 60 fps displayed on 60hz monitor. Do you get what im sayin?

If it feel the same, ill better go for 60fps setting bcause it has better looking visual. I have read this argument in all online forum but still, i could not understand. Can someone explain it to me in a simplest form. Tq
 

mitch074

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You should keep it at 60hz - on synchronized displays, pushing higher would have no effect. On unlocked refresh rate, the graphics card would simply render a many games as it can as far as possible and the screen would display whatever it could as fast as it could-in your case, 60fps but with some tearing.
 
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You should keep it at 60hz - on synchronized displays, pushing higher would have no effect. On unlocked refresh rate, the graphics card would simply render a many games as it can as far as possible and the screen would display whatever it could as fast as it could-in your case, 60fps but with some tearing.
So even my game is 80fps, but the displayed visual only feel like 60fps right?
 
So my monitor only have 60hz refresh rate, so if i can get 80 fps on a 60hz monitor, will i feel the same as 60 fps displayed on 60hz monitor.
If it feel the same, ill better go for 60fps setting bcause it has better looking visual.
Why are you asking us, how you feel about 60fps vs 80fps?
How the f***[censored] anyone else (other than yourself) would know that?
 
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falcon291

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You get 80 frames with competitive settings. It seems better. Right? No it is not better, because your display can only show 60 frames per second. That means some frames would be skipped, and probably you will see tearing. That means half of the screen would be taken from one frame, other frame from another frame. 60/60 is the right configuration.
 
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