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    Re: FreeSync or nah?

    Definitely worth getting a freesync monitor, even if your graphics card doesn't support it right now it definitely will next time you upgrade. makes gaming so much smoother too. Monitors are something that last longer than the upgrade cycle in your computer so its worth investing in a good one!

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    Re: FreeSync or nah?

    i've been on a green team for years and I bought Acer x34p to enjoy g-sync, last year I my gtx 1080ti died and I gave red team a chance and bought rx 5700 xt, obviously g-sync doesnt work with amd card but to be honest I can't tell de diffrence, as long you can keep high pfs on a high refresh rate monitor - freesync and gsync is a gimmic

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    Re: FreeSync or nah?

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