Wednesday , January 27 2021

Nvidia will bring G-sync support to some FreeSync monitors

The NVDA has announced in CES 2019 that it will bring G-sync support to some FreeCin monitor, especially the standard and leading GPU. The manufacturer will remove the need to purchase a branded monitor. 12 FreeSink displays have been confirmed by the driver for g-sync compatibility which will be released on January 15.

Adaptive Sync is one of the most crucial features for high-end PC gaming, which locks your monitor's refresh rate by locking your GPU's output frame through a frame for easy, cracked-free action. But two competitive implementations of the same concept, AMD's freysink and G-Sink of Avidia are always incompatible, which means that people with NVDA cards usually have to buy more expensive G-Sink monitors to gain benefits. Freicink, when used technically for anyone, so far AMD GPU Served as a de facto choice for owners.

Unfortunately, Nvidia does not seem to think that FreeSync monitors are up to most G-sync standards. CEO Jensen Huang said on the stage that although the company has tested 400 models, 12 companies have so far passed tests till now. More than 100 tests will be done.

Monitor, which guarantees to receive a G-Sink compatibility update, and therefore provides an adaptive sync with Nvidia GPUs, it is:

  • Eser XFA240
  • Acer XG270HU
  • Acer XV273K
  • Acer XZ321Q
  • Agone AG 241 QG 4
  • AOC G 2590 FX
  • Asus MG 278Q
  • SUS VG 258 Q.
  • SUS VG 278Q
  • Asus XG 248
  • Asus XG 258
  • BenQ XL 2740

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