Nvidia is adding G-Sync support to FreeSync monitors

One of the most annoying problems in the gaming world, screen tearing is can be eliminated with G-Sync function of Nvidia GPU’s. But this feature also requires a specific feature in the monitors. But today, Nvidia is just announced that the company is going to enable G-Sync function to non G-Sync monitors. Nvidia said:

Nvidia G-Sync to FreeSYNC monitors

“G-SYNC Compatible tests will identify monitors that deliver a baseline VRR experience on GeForce RTX 20-series and GeForce GTX 10-series graphics cards, and activate their VRR features automatically. Support for G-SYNC Compatible monitors will begin Jan. 15 with the launch of our first 2019 Game Ready driver. Already, 12 monitors have been validated as G-SYNC Compatible (from the 400 we have tested so far). We’ll continue to test monitors and update our support list. For gamers who have monitors that we have not yet tested, or that have failed validation, we’ll give you an option to manually enable VRR, too.”

Here is the list of the first FreeSYNC monitors which going to get G-Sync Support:

ACER XFA240, ACER XZ321Q, ACER XG270HU, ACER XV253KASUS, Agon AG241QG4, AOC G2590FX, BenQ XL2740, ASUS MG278Q, ASUS XG248, ASUS VG258Q, ASUS XG258, and ASUS VG278Q

Murat Oktay

Video games have been my passion for as long as I can remember. I have been writing and managing in the game industry for more than 30 years. I've been playing Diablo 2 nonstop since it first came out.

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