Acer x34a 100hz or Asus p279q 165hz?

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  1. Hayachan

    Hayachan Member

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    Hi,

    I am looking at these 2 monitor and couldn't make a decision between P279q with higher refresh rate of 165hz vs X34a with 100hz but slightly higher resolution, Will i notice the differences between 165hz vs 100hz or should i just go with the higher resolution screen? I don't usually play Fps game but i might do if i buy the 165hz screen.

    Btw my Card will be Titan Xp.
    Cheers
     
  2. circus2050

    circus2050 Member Guru

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    Hi,

    I personally had to ask my self a similar question.
    I had Asus PG278Q 144 Hz when I got my Titan XP.
    Now I own a PG348Q 100Hz.
    I was thinking about 144 vs 100 but in my case I am happy with anything above 70 fps in games.
    Considering the fact that you want a Titan XP, I would say go for the ultrawide resolution.
    My games are smooth even with just 100 fps.
     
  3. Hayachan

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    Many thanks with your input Circus2050, Do you have any trouble with some game scaling in ultra wide?
    I really like the look of pg348q however i'm do not want anybody see my pc desk as a gaming desk so that's why i opted to go with Acer as it look more subtle.
     
  4. circus2050

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    I have no issues with the ultra wide rez scaling.
    Some games will not fit the cinematic videos on the full screen but it's not a big deal.
     

  5. Stingray

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    Have the Asus ultrawide 100Hz and love it. After 85Hz, I can't really tell the difference.
     

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