RX 570 with 144Hz IPS LFC or 75Hz TN with FS range 30-75Hz?

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  1. humik

    humik Active Member

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    Hi, I have a dilemma.. looking for some low-budget gaming freesync monitor for my rig with RX 570 4 GB.. cant make a decision between these two… I am focusing for best use of Freesync …

    (+/- my subjective opinion)
    AOC G2590VXQ:
    + FS range 30-75Hz (good lower limit)
    + very good price 135 $
    - TN 75Hz
    - no LFC
    - NOT adjustable stand

    AOC 24G2U

    + IPS 144Hz
    + LFC
    + adjustable stand
    - FS range from 48Hz-144Hz
    - higher price 185 $

    Which to choose for my rig, esp with RX 570 ? Maybe in future 1-2 yrs, I will upgrade on some actual mid-range graphic card… is 144Hz "overkill" for me now (most AAA games run 50-60fps now) ?

    Thx for your opinions...
     
  2. warlord

    warlord Ancient Guru

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    Weak pc benefits more from lfc than a strong one.
     
  3. humik

    humik Active Member

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    So for my rig, its not such bad idea to buy the one with 144Hz ?

    Or its enought to have 30-75Hz range ? And its enough maybe for some future upgrade of GPU ..

    I am casual gamer, is it big difference between 75/144Hz going from 60Hz ?
     
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    warlord Ancient Guru

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    Think of it like many many more games benefit from lfc monitor. Even 60fps vsync stable do not guarantee variable refresh rate at all titles. With lfc though even 30 fps locked games do benefit.
     

  5. Undying

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    You can also use cru to edit the freesync range (if the panel allows). I dropped to 40-75hz on mine.

    Just go with an ips panel its miles ahead of tn.
     
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    So its good with my RX 570 if I get 45-60 fps max (maybe more in some games) on that 144Hz with LFC monitor, it will work properly ??
     
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    FreeSync without LFC is useless in my eyes that is why is deprecated. You do not get the extended frames aka frame doubling.

    E.g, the monitor above with 48-144, you can drop down to 24fps and it will be doubled to 48fps and VRR will still be kicking in. And you can play smoothly up to 144hz. LFC is a tech after first freesync monitors. That's why FreeSync 2.0 approved monitors require lfc+hdr. Life is better having this.
     
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    Yes as @warlord explained. There are quite a few games rx570 can do 120-144fps-1080p as well. :)
     
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    So you recommend to take one with 144hz and LFC?As I Said, I can run games mosty 45+ fps, 90% of them on 60
     
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    SpajdrEX AMD Vanguard

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    Definitely go with 144Hz monitor with LFC.
     

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    thx all
     

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