What "GSync Compatible" Actually Means | NVIDIA at CES 2019
- Published on Jan 9, 2019
- NVIDIA's "GSync Compatible" displays use adaptive sync (_VBLANK attribute) and will work with FreeSync displays to smooth-out frame presents.
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In this video, we talk about what NVIDIA actually means when it says a display is "GSync Compatible," as opposed to "GSync" or "FreeSync." Terminologically, it's just a means to differentiate displays that have gone through validation for brightness consistency, VRR ratio compliance, and flicker-free output.
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Host, Reporting: Steve Burke
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