With variable refresh rate, low input lag, and high pixel density, one TV puts gaming monitors to shame.
CES 2020 brought a pair of 48-inch OLED displays, one of which even has G-Sync support. These televisions easily beat the image quality of the best gaming monitors.
G-Sync is coming to more LG TVs. At CES 2020, Nvidia announced 12 LG models are G-Sync Compatible. That means no screen tearing if you choose to game on one of the new big-screen televisions.
VSync can help stop screen tearing if you can't use FreeSync or G-Sync. Here's what you need to know about it.
When you're aiming for victory royale, having a strong graphics card is only half the equation. According to a recent Nvidia study, battle royale gamers also need a monitor with capable of fast refresh rates.
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G-Sync graphics on a FreeSync monitor? It's now possible, thanks to Nvidia's latest technology. Here's what monitors this works with and how to use G-Sync on a FreeSync monitor if you prefer to keep your Nvidia graphics card.
The PC gaming market is saturated with G-Sync monitors, and choosing the right one can be rather overwhelming.
Although it wasn’t included in Acer’s product reveal during IFA 2018, the company provided a sneak peek for a gaming laptop called the Predator Triton 900. We don’t know any hardware specifics outside its unique display.
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Freesync and Gsync might do the same job, but they have different requirements and work a little diferently.
Nvidia confirmed that it's "confident" desktop displays based on its G-Sync HDR reference design will arrive by the end of April. The panels were originally slated for 2017 but faced a delay into 2018 for unknown reasons.
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