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Factually incorrect, the interval between torn frames depends on monitor's refresh rate.Subsequently, if you spend MoAr on a GPU you get less screen tearing
If something that basic is beyond your knowledge, you ccan use google
How does frame rate affect monitors with different refresh rates? For example, if your computer has high FPS but your monitor has low Hz,...
Answer: How does frame rate affect monitors with different refresh rates? For example, if your computer has high FPS but your monitor has low Hz, will it still lag? No, it will start tearing This is when a framebuffer being used by the display is updated in the middle of a screen’s refresh cycl...
Screen refresh rate has no relation with FPS, upto most extent. Screen refresh rate, measured in hertz is the number of times the screen of monitor refreshes. For example, if a display has refresh rate of 120hz, it will refresh 120 times per second. On the other hand FPS is the number of frames produced by your GPU in a second.
You still haven't read it, as I merntioned it a dozen times. Upscalers are a much better choice than 1080p/1440p native, as both dldsr+1440p dlssB and dldsr+4K dlssP look better than native 1080/1440 with the same or better pefrormance.You still have not explained why anyone needs AFF using upscaling, if they are getting 2x the frames as before...
You keep mentioning all this e-sports/pro gaming industry as if that meant something, while in reality all people care about is how new games look. It's the whole reason that consoles sell.
Pro gamers are a minotrity, there are less of them than moms and kids playing free online games on gtx1050/1650 laptops.