I simply use my 4K monitor w/out GSync, no way am I paying inflated prices for a 2K monitor (1440p), when there are quality 4K ones for less. Mine's a Samsung UE510 with a 1ms refresh rate, purchased at Costco for $299.99, $100 less than on the Samsung site itself. Which for the refresh rate, was a killer deal, there's plenty on both Amazon & Newegg that has 5ms or slower for 2x the price & still no GSync (unless downgrading to 2K, which in 2017 makes as much sense as running a 720p non-Smart TV).
Even w/out GSync (am not a gamer, so why it doesn't bother me), the picture quality is stunning, and has not only Displayport 1.2, also HDMI 2.0 (both at 60Hz), as well as an HDMI 1.4 connection at 30Hz. At this price point, no USB, on the other hand, we can't have it all, unless at least another $200 spent.
I'm also considering using removing GeForce Experience, not being a gamer, there's nothing to optimize, I read the latest Tech articles enough to know when a newer driver is released & even if I don't see one, am not too lazy to check. While I love NVIDIA's cards, not so much their software, distrust node.js being installed, don't know if it's the driver or a part of GeForce Experience, plus the Telemetry deal, we have enough 'phoning home' as is, w/out our graphics card adding to the list.
Anyone know the real reason why node.js was bundled after years w/out it? To include support for Vulcan or add a backdoor?