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Monitor..G-sync or 4K

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Hi guys planning to upgrade my monitor currently I have 28 inches with maximum resolution  1920-1200... I will like to hear opinions about this two options...prices are pretty much the same but I will like to know who perform better G-sinc or 4K ...I have a 780 nvidia

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Pedro 


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Hi guys planning to upgrade my monitor currently I have 28 inches with maximum resolution  1920-1200... I will like to hear opinions about this two options...prices are pretty much the same but I will like to know who perform better G-sinc or 4K ...I have a 780 nvidia

Thanks

Pedro 


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4K.

 

G Sync not work with P3D, due to the lack of a real full screen.

Oh ok thanks ...good to know


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G-sync is great, but it does not work in windowed mode (or full-screen windowed mode), so it will be of no use if you just want it for P3D.

 

I tried it in FSX (full-screen mode) and it really made everything very smooth (as long as the FPS is over 30) and removed any kind of micro-stutter, so we will either have to hope that LM implement a proper full-screen mode for P3D, or that Nvidia makes G-sync work in windowed mode.


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I am running an Acer 27" 4K monitor for a few weeks now and I am very satisfied with the result for Prepar3D. The GPU (970) finally has a lot to do but it looks stunning. Downside is that menus and symbols in normal Windows applications are sometimes hard to read, even at 160% setting. However, this is less an issue with Win 8.1 than with Win 7.


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Windows applications are sometimes hard to read, even at 160% setting. However, this is less an issue with Win 8.1 than with Win 7.

 

Agreed- My partial fix is to have a "normal" second screen (for me 1980x1080, but could be any usable resolution), I run the main desktop on that screen, and P3D on the 4K screen. If I open up a dialogue box like MAP or Settings on the P3D screen, I slide them across to my normal screen - makes life a lot easier.

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