[SOLVED] Should i get the 144hz instead of 75hz ?

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So i am going to build a new pc soon for games like csgo, rust, witcher 3 etc.
I want a 144hz monitor for csgo, because i know that i will be getting over 200 fps , but i won't get 144 fps in rust, wither 3 etc.

What 50-60 fps would feel on 144hz? Should i just go with 60 or 75hz monitor?

Is the 144hz worth for this build?
Ryzen 5 2600
16GB 3200MHz
Nitro+ RX570 4GB
240GB SSD
MSI B450M MORTAR
 
If the budget allows, and you plan to keep this hardware for several years, the 144 would be my choice between the 2 if other features are the same based on your info provided so far. Does either support Freesync? What actual models are you looking at?
 
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If the budget allows, and you plan to keep this hardware for several years, the 144 would be my choice between the 2 if other features are the same based on your info provided so far. Does either support Freesync? What actual models are you looking at?
Don't really know which one to get.
I've been looking for BENQ ZOWIE XL2411P , but it doesnt support Freesync ...
 
OK. Which is other choice? Freesync isn't required of course, and 144hz would be better than 60hz for example. But for someone building a new PC with frequent gaming in mine, I'd lean towards one with adaptive sync technology.
 
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OK. Which is other choice? Freesync isn't required of course, and 144hz would be better than 60hz for example. But for someone building a new PC with frequent gaming in mine, I'd lean towards one with adaptive sync technology.
LG 24GM79G-B or AOC GAMING G2590FX
What the freesync actually does? For example if im getting 70 fps the refresh rate is going to be 70gHz etc. ? Will i get any stutter/tearing ? I just don't really understand and i am confused
 
The AOC has a wider range for freesync, 30 to 144 vs 48 to 144 for the LG. Otherwise, they seem similar. Regarding the technology, it syncs the FPS to Hz range to minimize lag, and eliminate stutters and tearing in the range the monitor is capable of. I'm sure there are many detailed vids explaining things more clearly.
 
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Freesync eliminates tearing completely below your chosen refreshrate.
I have a 75 Hz Freesync display. As soon as FPS in a game drops below 75, there won't be any tearing. Every frame is synced.
it is this one: https://www.1a.lv/datortehnika_preces_birojam/personalie_datori_monitori_ups/led_monitori/philips_328e9fjab?search_text=Philips+328E9FJAB
It is a 1440p monitor. So a good graphics card is required, Vega 56 minimum.

Philips replaced my old 24 inch 144hz monitor. Never regretted it for a second. I couldn't tell the difference between 100 or 144 hz on it. But it also didn't have Freesync.
 

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