Is this moniter perfect for what I need ???

jacob.kelly178

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Karadjgne

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The VG278Q doesn't support G-Sync, only Freesync. That's great if you have AMD hi-po card, but sux for nvidia users as you'll have to rely on games either getting over 144fps or relying on nvidia's native adaptive v-sync.

For 1080p monitors, 24" is usually best, 27" is better at 1440p otherwise you have to be further away from the monitor or it starts to look grainy. Just like sitting too close to the TV.
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

Monitor: Dell - S2716DG 27.0" 2560x1440 144 Hz Monitor (£449.97 @ Laptops Direct)
Monitor: Asus - ROG SWIFT PG248Q 24.0" 1920x1080 180 Hz Monitor (£408.33 @ Aria PC)

This is 1080p G-Sync and 1440p G-Sync at 144Hz+
 

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The Asus VG278Q is on the compatible g sync list, but is technically a freesync panel. But depending on what you're playing, you might have to do a lot of graphics settings tweaking to actually hit 144 fps on the 1070. You should average well over 80 on max, but I struggled to hit those 144 fps on a lot of games, except for games like csgo. Either way, reading the reviews on that monitor it seems like a pretty solid choice. And a whole lot cheaper than a true g sync panel. Although I've never experienced any issues using a freesync panel with my 1070.
 

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