Skaldy wrote:I definitely want a "G-SYNC gaming monitor" and graphics card now.
G-Sync only makes sense when the game's FPS drop below your monitor's refresh rate.
For shooter games it's more important to have a GFX card that produces stable 120 or 144 FPS, and in that case G-Sync becomes useless.
From what I can tell a GTX 760 is good enough to get 144fps @ 1920x1080 (with reduced gfx settings)
For older games like QuakeLive G-Sync is actually a handicap. They process mouse/keyboard input between rendering frames, so with 250 fps your input is more accurate (although most of the frame images get discarded). G-Sync caps the fps to 120/144 in that case, so I disabled it on my PC and instead changed my desktop refresh rate to 144Hz.