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I’ve been using a pair of dell u2412m’s for years and while it’s been a great monitor, I’ve always felt like it’s had just a little bit of input lag or delay or something that makes it unsuitable for action games, and a little annoying for mousing in general. When I look up the input lag specs I see that its input lag is only about one frame (it runs at 60 fps) so it’s really about as good as can be, but I still feel like something is off. Now that we have 144hz+ monitors I’m wondering if upgrading to one of those will fix the issue.
I have a gtx1060 (edit: 6 gb version) and I’d like to get a new display, probably 27”, and run it along with both u2412m’s. I’d like to be able to play Witcher 3 at 60+ FPS and also take advantage of this new gsync or freesync (or whatever it’s called) technology. I care more about performance than image quality, but image quality and viewing angles are still important. I haven’t looked into new monitors for years so I have no idea what is available at what price points. What recommendations do you have?