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epicapple01 October 5, 2013 08:18 PM

recommend a 1080p monitor capleble of recording gameplay @60fps
 
im currently looking at VIEWSONICS VX2270S. But what is its refresh rate?. Is it capable 1080p recording at 60fps.


my computer specs are

i7 4770k
zotac gtx780 amp
2tb seagate barracuda 7200rpm
16gb sniper g skill 1866ram

the vx2270s monitor is priced at 150$ where i live.

and is viewsonic a good brand?. If needt recommend me a good monitor capable of 1080p recording at 60fps at a price point of 150$

supaflyx3 October 5, 2013 08:43 PM

Any modern monitor that isn't 4K is at the very least 60hz, I'd recommend BenQ over viewsonic though, they make good monitors in that price point.

Dzzope October 5, 2013 08:50 PM

Monitors don't record or have any effect on recording gameplay unless v-sync is on.


Also, why do you want to record at 60fps? standard for movies etc is ~26 fps if I remember right from college days.

epicapple01 October 5, 2013 10:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by supaflyx3 (Post 733463)
Any modern monitor that isn't 4K is at the very least 60hz, I'd recommend BenQ over viewsonic though, they make good monitors in that price point.

so is the viewsonic one capable of 60fps at 1080p?

epicapple01 October 5, 2013 10:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dzzope (Post 733466)
Monitors don't record or have any effect on recording gameplay unless v-sync is on.


Also, why do you want to record at 60fps? standard for movies etc is ~26 fps if I remember right from college days.


because, im doing some slow motion editing. Gameplay needs to be in 60 fps as of what i hear.

IRQ Conflict October 6, 2013 12:17 AM

Any monitor that does 60Hz (they all do) will do 60FPS. Viewsonic is an OK brand. Probably around the ACER level. I agree with superflyx3 though, try to find a deal on a BenQ.

Spend 10 bucks more and get this. :thumb:

Dzzope October 6, 2013 09:06 AM

Still doesn't change the fact that the monitor has absolutely no effect in any way, shape or form on your recording(as long as v-sync is disabled)... Pick anything.

epicapple01 October 6, 2013 09:18 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dzzope (Post 733551)
Still doesn't change the fact that the monitor has absolutely no effect in any way, shape or form on your recording(as long as v-sync is disabled)... Pick anything.

what does vsync do?

Dzzope October 6, 2013 10:06 AM

Screen tearing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Basically it matches your FPS to a refresh rate your monitor can do (usually 60, 30 fps / hz) with adaptive v-sync on Nvidia cards doing it a bit more fine-grain.

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...-review-4.html

Rockfella October 6, 2013 03:43 PM

Stay away from Viewsonic, I have noticed too many dying to recommend them. BenQ or Dell FTW!


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