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G-Sync Update, New Features and Monitors

G-Sync Update, New Features and Monitors

Nvidia now support G-Sync Surround

G-Sync Update, New Features and Monitors

 

Nvidia G-Sync has just got an update, adding new Features like the ability to enable or disable V-Sync above and below the monitors refresh window and the ability to use G-Sync when your games are in Windowed mode. Nvidia have also announced 7 new G-Sync monitors, including an ASUS 1440P 144Hz IPS G-Sync Panel.   

 

G-Sync Update, New Features and Monitors

 

 Let's start off with monitors, right now we do not have a ETA for each of these monitors, but as of right now only 2 of these monitors really spark our interest.

These two monitors are the ASUS PG279Q, a 1440P 144Hz IPS monitor and the Acer X34, a 34 inch ultra wide curved 3440x1440 monitor with a 75Hz IPS Screen. Both of these monitors should looks great, being high quality IPS panels and be great for gaming with G-Sync and above 60Hz refresh rates.

 

  G-Sync Update, New Features and Monitors

 

Windowed mode has now been added to G-Sync, allowing you to play games in a Windowed mode while still maintaining it's adaptive framerate, which is a nice addition, while not entirely necessary.

Alongside Windowed support, Nvidia have now added the ability to turn VSync on or off when the framerate is higher than the monitor's rated refresh rate. This has been a feature that FreeSync has had since it launched earlier this year, and as always Nvidia do no like to be outdone in terms of feature set. 

 

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It is great to see Nvidia adding new features to G-Sync this long after launch and we hope to see more improvements to this technology in the future, right now AMD are behind Nvidia with their Adaptive Framerate technology FreeSync, but then again it is a cheaper technology for a similar display on the G-Sync side.

 

You can join the discussion on Nvidia's update to G-Sync on the OC3D Forums.  

 

 

Nvidia G-Sync has just got an update, with several new Features and 7 new Monitors.http://www.overclock3d.net/articles/gpu_displays/g-sync_update_new_features_and_monitors/1

Posted by OC3D on Monday, 1 June 2015
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01-06-2015, 10:28:32

wrenaudrey
:O!

ASUS PG279Q - when when when when when when

Great article again! Always nice to get these as i personally get lazy sometimes to find these news myselfQuote

01-06-2015, 11:11:47

tolagarf
ASUS PG279Q, oh hell yeah! Been waiting for this one a long time. My Dell U2713H wants to be replaced Quote

02-06-2015, 00:13:08

darthgalactis
Asus PG34Q

Finally something I can replace my aging Dell U3011 with. Quote

02-06-2015, 00:24:34

NeverBackDown
Doubt it'll be any good. It's the first IPS to be 144hz.. honestly it'll probably be a 6bit panel with bad IPS light bleed. That's the only way i can see an IPS 144hz happen.Quote

02-06-2015, 03:14:49

tolagarf
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Doubt it'll be any good. It's the first IPS to be 144hz.. honestly it'll probably be a 6bit panel with bad IPS light bleed. That's the only way i can see an IPS 144hz happen.
Those IPS like panels are actually AHVA panels, and they're doing quite the amazing job with g-sync and freesync. Anyway the tech has already been proven in several reviews, like the Acer XB270HU.Quote
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