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First off I have a 60hz monitor. I don't think it is made for games. I turn v sync off and I get stutter when I move my mouse sometimes.

I have a Ryzen 5 3500 and NVidia 1660 ti with 3200mhz 16gb of ram.

I can also get over 80 fps.
 
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First off I have a 60hz monitor. I don't think it is made for games. I turn v sync off and I get stutter when I move my mouse sometimes.

I have a Ryzen 5 3500 and NVidia 1660 ti with 3200mhz 16gb of ram.

I can also get over 80 fps.
Stuttering happens when you have sudden drop in FPS (say from 80 to 40), something that freesync and G sync aim to remove. I don't know about V sync, I have always kept it off at all times because I read somewhere that it introduces input lag. I would suggest getting a Freesync monitor
 

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Stuttering happens when you have sudden drop in FPS (say from 80 to 40), something that freesync and G sync aim to remove. I don't know about V sync, I have always kept it off at all times because I read somewhere that it introduces input lag. I would suggest getting a Freesync monitor
I am saying that with v sync on and off it has stutters for no reason. I have the 1660 ti and Ryzen 5 3500 with 3200 mhz 16gb of ram. Is that the problem, or does it have nothing to do with that situation. I am thinking about getting the Acer XF250Q Cbmiiprx 24.5, it has g sync and its 240hz.
 
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I am saying that with v sync on and off it has stutters for no reason. I have the 1660 ti and Ryzen 5 3500 with 3200 mhz 16gb of ram. Is that the problem, or does it have nothing to do with that situation. I am thinking about getting the Acer XF250Q Cbmiiprx 24.5, it has g sync and its 240hz.
Yes yes, I understood. I'd suggest to keep the V sync off anyway. And if you have 1660 Ti, 144Hz is better. You won't be able to reach 240 anyway, unless you plan to do esports then you can reach in csgo
 

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Yes yes, I understood. I'd suggest to keep the V sync off anyway. And if you have 1660 Ti, 144Hz is better. You won't be able to reach 240 anyway, unless you plan to do esports then you can reach in csgo
Some games get over 144fps so is it possible that I can get the 240hz monitor or will it mess up my pc?
 

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Some games get over 144fps so is it possible that I can get the 240hz monitor or will it mess up my pc?
It won't "mess up" your PC. Fact is with a 1660Ti, you're not gonna get 240. I'm saying like 200+ where it would actually make a difference. Because believe me 180 fps isn't much different from 144. If you want to go for esports level CSGO fortnite 240 at low stuff like that then sure otherwise I'd advise against it and tell you to stick with a good 144hz or 165 g sync/freesync monitor
 

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It won't "mess up" your PC. Fact is with a 1660Ti, you're not gonna get 240. I'm saying like 200+ where it would actually make a difference. Because believe me 180 fps isn't much different from 144. If you want to go for esports level CSGO fortnite 240 at low stuff like that then sure otherwise I'd advise against it and tell you to stick with a good 144hz or 165 g sync/freesync monitor
Is the Asus VG248QG a good 165hz??
 

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