Nvidia will use the new video driver until January 15, 2019, to support the open VESA standard called Adaptive Sync. The creator has just unlocked his own g-sync, which needs additional modules in the display. In one week, current and old cards can also be used for Adaptive Sync, so the relevant monitor adjusts its frequency on the frame rate. In the Notebook segment, Nvidia is endorsing this kind of time for some time.
Pixel acceleration is a prerequisite for an adaptive synchronization, such as the Gifs GTX 1060, or the current Turing technology model, such as the Gifours RTX 2080T. Basically every ad-sync display should be compatible, in practice the screen is announced with the implementation of AMD's Frisian-standard name. Of these, according to 550 pieces of Nevidia, the manufacturer tested 400 as standardized certified 12G-sync.
With these dozen models, the adaptive synchronization driver is automatically enabled, while other users allow it to manually turn it on. According to Nvidia, however, non-certified models suffer from display bugs like black fixing or pulse image. So far, the monitors with the maximum frequency of up to 2.4 times are marked with G-Sync compatible. The background probably doubles the frame, so if the graphics card only conveys a few pictures and then some two will be displayed for refresh. If the display mastered only 40 Hz to 60 Hz, ergo does not work.
Monitor TN listed by Nvidia There is one other than the TN panels with the panel, this is from Acer, Agon, Asus and Bank. More screens are likely to follow, because Envidan still wants to test more than 150. In addition to this, the G-Sink Ultimate was announced: Logo, maker, on the other hand, it has 4K 144 Hz and HDR 1000 CD / M², DIC-P3 color space coverage and 1 Hz minimum crown rate,