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Arma 2 and G-sync?

How would it perform? This is my rig: http://pcpartpicker.com/user/Marxman224/saved/3RKm
I plan on getting a G-sync Monitor from Digital storm. Also if you want to make any mods to the build, feel free, *cough* ARMA 2/3 *cough* ;)
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    G-Sync would work with anything. G-sync only requires a Nvidia GPU I want to say GTX660 or higher I could be wrong their. But yea with a GTX780 you will be fine. G-Sync as I'm sure you know by now only really keeps your monitor adjusted to your GPU instead of the other way around which adds a element of smoothness which is great :)

    What I would do differently.
    Thermal Paste: Take it off. The Thermal is good with the h100i. And if anything I would get something like IC Diamond which performs stronger or another highly rated thermal. Toms has a article somewhere on how they stack.
    RAM: Lower down to 8 GB 1600
    GPU: Nothing maybe down to GTX780 non Ti if on a single display
    FANS: I personally didn't care for the Corsair fans. I had the quiet edition and the performance may be different. I went with the Noctua NF-F12's probably the best fans you can get for your CPU cooler honestly but also cost a little more to.
  2. bigshootr8 said:
    G-Sync would work with anything. G-sync only requires a Nvidia GPU I want to say GTX660 or higher I could be wrong their. But yea with a GTX780 you will be fine. G-Sync as I'm sure you know by now only really keeps your monitor adjusted to your GPU instead of the other way around which adds a element of smoothness which is great :)

    What I would do differently.
    Thermal Paste: Take it off. The Thermal is good with the h100i. And if anything I would get something like IC Diamond which performs stronger or another highly rated thermal. Toms has a article somewhere on how they stack.
    RAM: Lower down to 8 GB 1600
    GPU: Nothing maybe down to GTX780 non Ti if on a single display
    FANS: I personally didn't care for the Corsair fans. I had the quiet edition and the performance may be different. I went with the Noctua NF-F12's probably the best fans you can get for your CPU cooler honestly but also cost a little more to.


    Thanks man
  3. Absolutely hopefully you enjoy your build :)
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