G-SYNC’s Greatest Nits

Source: Rock, Paper, SHOTGUN G-SYNC’s Greatest Nits

Their Best Compilations

Rock, Paper, SHOTGUN compiled an impressive list, which encompasses all G-SYNC compatible monitors which are currently available on the market, as well as those which are not certified but should work.  At the start there were a dozen certified FreeSync/AdaptiveSync displays, that number has since more than doubled and encompasses numerous different manufacturers offerings.  They also offer steps on how you can enable the feature if you are not already familiar with the process.

Spending the extra money on a display with a G-SYNC module onboard is no longer required to get variable refresh rates for NVIDIA users.

When Nvidia first announced their G-Sync Compatible standard, only 12 monitors out of the 400-odd FreeSync screens they tested actually passed their rigorous certification process.

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