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Upgrade to Gysnc or wait for official Asus Gsync monitors ?

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December 25, 2013 6:47:05 PM

Trying to decide on whether i should buy a asus vg248qe than buy the DIY gysync module in Jan. or spend 650 at digital storm and buy their modded gysnc version of the vg248qe monitor, or wait till asus anounces official gysnc monitor line up with possible 27 inch monitor.

really want 27in but dont think i can wait much longer stutter on vsync is killing me shouldnt see studder on a 6000 dollar pc with 1080p.

what do you guys think?

you think with this gsync issue with not being able to support multiple monitors or light boast will cause delays in official gysnc monitors ?

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December 25, 2013 9:27:09 PM

canadaspy007 said:
Trying to decide on whether i should buy a asus vg248qe than buy the DIY gysync module in Jan. or spend 650 at digital storm and buy their modded gysnc version of the vg248qe monitor, or wait till asus anounces official gysnc monitor line up with possible 27 inch monitor.

really want 27in but dont think i can wait much longer stutter on vsync is killing me shouldnt see studder on a 6000 dollar pc with 1080p.

what do you guys think?

you think with this gsync issue with not being able to support multiple monitors or light boast will cause delays in official gysnc monitors ?


Honestly, if you think you can handle the DIY option, I'd go that route (I'm sure it's not too difficult). Gsync looks absolutely fantastic. That said, if you get a warranty with the Digital Storm version, that could be a smarter way to go, there will also be many new Gsync supporting monitors in 2014 I'd imagine, it really depends on how badly you want it, if you can't wait, get the DIY kit, if a pre-built product with a warranty is important to you, and you're alright with waiting, go with Asus or Digital storm.

I know that doesn't really give a solid answer, but this is more of an issue of whether you "need" or "want" Gsync.
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