NVIDIA Release Results from G-sync Compatible Testing – Only 5% Passed

Thanks to a recent article published by NVIDIA, we can take a look behind the scenes of their “G-sync Compatible” testing of Adaptive-sync screens. The first phase of their testing has now been completed with 503 VRR monitors checked in their lab. Only 28 (5.56%) have received the official G-sync Compatible certification, meaning 475 failed. Read on to understand why.

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New Screens Certified Under the NVIDIA ‘G-sync Compatible’ Scheme

Back in January NVIDIA shocked the World by opening up support for its G-sync Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) technology from normal FreeSync/AdaptiveSync displays. This suddenly gave NVIDIA graphics card users a whole new set of possibilities when selecting a display if they wanted support for the all important VRR, helping to avoid tearing and lag associated with older Vsync off/on methods. You can use G-sync on pretty much any AdaptiveSync display, but many will have varying results and success. Only a small selection of these screens were officially tested and verified by NVIDIA under their ‘G-sync Compatible’ scheme. At the time only 12 monitors made the cut, but the list is growing and now new screens have been certified. Read on for the latest information.

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