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Best Nvidia G-Sync Monitors

Adaptive-refresh comes in two flavors, AMD FreeSync and Nvidia’s G-Sync. Both accomplish the same thing which is to match the refresh rate of source and display to prevent annoying frame tears during fast-moving games. While FreeSync is part of the DisplayPort specification, G-Sync requires additional hardware that must be licensed from Nvida. This exacts a roughly $200 price premium on each monitor that includes it. If you’re already invested in a GeForce video board, the choice is clear. If you’re still on the fence, it does offer one advantage. When the action drops below 40fps, frames are doubled to prevent tearing below the G-Sync threshold. FreeSync doesn’t have this feature.


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