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Which display for this laptop (144fps+ needed)

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Vulturz

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Jan 15, 2017
Hi everyone, i've got an ASUS ROG G750JY for a while now and i'm thinking about several solutions for it configuration :

- Windows 8.1 64 bits
- Intel I7-4720HQ CPU 2.60GHz (8CPUs) ~2.6GHz (Intel HD Graphics 4600)
- 16384MB RAM
- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M (16197MB)
- 1 Mini Displayport (thunderbolt)

I noticed that when i'm playing on Overwatch with low graphic settings and the frame rate cap at 300frames, I've got more than 144FPS anyway, it depends on a few details (like the map, player's number...) but i often reach 180/200fps.
So my question is : Considering that i've the choice between the BenQ Zowie XL2540 (240hz) and a Gsync monitor for about the same price, what's the best choice in 1920 x 1080 resolution ?

Through the differents forums I saw many times that a simple cable Mini Displayport (laptop) > Displayport (display) can works... Or do you think that i need an adapter like UltraAV® Mini DisplayPort to DVI-D Dual-Link Adapter for such a high refresh rate ?

I really need your advices to buy a monitor who currently will works well with that laptop and later with a new desktop PC ... ^^

Thanks a lot for you precious help.
 
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Vulturz

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My cfg70 is far better than the benq offerings (I own both...). Looks better, "feels better", doesn't have any TN shift, has all the settings you could possibly want minus g sync. It IS a fair amount more expensive, but I personally cant stand TN shift any more. The curve is VERY nice, something I never cared about at all, but its really cool

https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-24-I...&qid=1484551691&sr=8-1&keywords=samsung+cfg70

Hey bob4933 and thank for your quick answer,
What do you mean about "TN shift" ? You mean "Tearing" ?
I read many times that the Gsync technology causes some input lag, that's right ?