Hi, so recently i got a 960 2GB gtx SSC edition and boy let me tell you what a difference it makes from my previous 760 gtx 2gb card. I didn't think there would be a big difference between the two card, since from my research it shows there is about 10 to 15FPS between two cards, but that 10 to 15fps extra makes a difference ESPECIALLY in 1080p gaming.
Anyways i just wanted to know if V sync is worth enabling it? Cause with the 960 gtx that i have i find a BIG difference when i enable it. I find the game to run more fluid, the image pops up more VS turning it off. With my 760gtx i didn't find a big difference when i enabled V sync but with the 960GTX i do find a difference. I know i get more FPS if i have V sync disabled but the game looks soo much better when i enable Vsync. There are times i run into issues with games like BF4 when i have v sync enabled. If i am in a server with lots of smoke or flares i do lose alot of FPS, and same can be said with GTA 5 when there is alot of stuff going on and i do end up going all the way down to 40ish FPS with V sync enabled. IS it worth having v sync enabled?
I have a Asus 1080p 60hz monitor, and i don't think its a placebo effect that i have, cause to me i find enabling Vsync makes GTA 5 better and other pc games like BF4 and Tomb Raider 2013 look better. Am i wrong?