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Sapphire AMD RX480 Nitro+ 4 GB - What monitor to pair with ?

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Hi guys , just bought the above and have a Qnix 1440p korean monitor ,is it worth keeping this monitor or buying a freesync one ? Read More
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8m, 3d agoPosted 8 months, 3 days ago
Hi guys , just bought the above and have a Qnix 1440p korean monitor ,is it worth keeping this monitor or buying a freesync one ?
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8m, 3d agoPosted 8 months, 3 days ago
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#1
I assume the Qnix is 60hz? If so I'd go for a 144hz Freesync.
I recently sold my Yamakasi Catleap 1440p, which was really decent but went 144hz and would never go back.


Edited By: JackBauer on Oct 25, 2016 00:45
#2
yes it is 60 hertz , what model would you recommend ?
#3
bought ViewSonic VX2757-mhd 27 from amazon to try.
#4
Depends if you want 1440 or 1080. With that graphics card I think 1080 would be ideal.

http://www.ebuyer.com/720610-aoc-g2770pf-27-full-hd-freesync-monitor-g2770pf?mkwid=s_dc&pcrid=51482416139&pkw=&pmt=&gclid=CPyg2obB9c8CFRc6GwodMLMIjQ

This is good for the price.
#5
taiko
bought ViewSonic VX2757-mhd 27 from amazon to try.

Ah ok, the reviews are pretty solid :)

Edited By: JackBauer on Oct 25, 2016 09:19
#6
thanks for helping mate.
#7
I would stick with the Qnix, theres no way your 480 is going to power more than 60fps on 1440p resolution on most new games. 1080p is another matter, but I would feel it as a downgrade to go from 1440p to 1080p even if its a 144hz monitor.
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hamzahuk
I would stick with the Qnix, theres no way your 480 is going to power more than 60fps on 1440p resolution on most new games. 1080p is another matter, but I would feel it as a downgrade to go from 1440p to 1080p even if its a 144hz monitor.

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