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If you have Nvidia, you really should get a G-sync version. I'm amazed one wasn't offered here...
I came from th e Asus PG279Q to the Samsung CF791 and I honestly don't miss the gsync too much. I mean, I definitely wish it was in my monitor, but it wasnt a deal-breaker for me. Hoping gsync on all monitors will be more affordable soon so that it isnt a matter of spending hundreds more just for the gsync.
G-Sync would result in a $200-$300 increase in the monitor price AT LEAST. I for one am glad it isn't here, G-Sync also decreases response time.
G-Sync decreasing response time is a good thing :)
It adds cost but nowhere near that much if you buy smart. As mentioned in a previous post by nomegand ( AOC Agon Ag352ucg) the difference was only $79 at the time the newegg flash sale was going on. So you will be paying some extra and yes when looking at msrp, its about 2-300. If you have a supported nvidia card, I highly recommend it. It makes a big difference when playing intensive games or anything that has varied fps.