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Does nVidia still sell GSync modules individually? If not then saying it's "GSync compatible" is quite meaningless.
It's not meaningless just like a FreeSync 2 HDR badge isn't. It means GSync/AMD tested the monitor so it won't have any issues.


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It IS meaningless if you can't source a GSync module independently. What the hell is the point of certifying something for which the physical part is not available?

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Quote: Originally Posted by magnek View Post
It IS meaningless if you can't source a GSync module independently. What the hell is the point of certifying something for which the physical part is not available?
"G-sync compatible" means the same thing as Freesync, using basically the same technology. It is Nvidia's new brand name for their certification program for their support for vesa adaptive sync, exactly like Freesync is AMD's.

It has nothing to do with compatibility with the G-sync modules, in fact it indirectly indicates they are not compatible with the modules.
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They don't sell the kits, as far as I remember that was at the beginning where they sold a kit to convert a selected monitor.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Asmodian View Post
"G-sync compatible" means the same thing as Freesync, using basically the same technology. It is Nvidia's new brand name for their certification program for their support for vesa adaptive sync, exactly like Freesync is AMD's.

It has nothing to do with compatibility with the G-sync modules, in fact it indirectly indicates they are not compatible with the modules.
That's the most pointless branding I've seen, misleading too.

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They don't sell the kits, as far as I remember that was at the beginning where they sold a kit to convert a selected monitor.
Yes, it was for the VG248QE.

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It IS meaningless if you can't source a GSync module independently. What the hell is the point of certifying something for which the physical part is not available?
https://www.amd.com/en/technologies/free-sync-faq

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How are DisplayPort Adaptive-Sync and Radeon™ FreeSync technology different?

DisplayPort Adaptive-Sync is an ingredient DisplayPort feature that enables real-time adjustment of monitor refresh rates required by technologies like Radeon™ FreeSync technology. Radeon™ FreeSync technology is a unique AMD hardware/software solution that utilizes DisplayPort Adaptive-Sync protocols to enable user-facing benefits: smooth, tearing-free and low-latency gameplay and video.​ Users are encouraged to read this interview​ to learn more.
Even though FreeSync, G-Sync, QSync and what ever Intel will call their hardware/software solution use Adaptive-Sync they still need to be tested and validated to work properly. Each one also has their own features/standards.

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They should all have a sticker that just says "Adaptive Sync compatible" and be done with it.

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They should all have a sticker that just says "Adaptive Sync compatible" and be done with it.
why are you acting like an austrian suidae?

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Well, hopefully Zen 3's... zen will bring back SuperZan with her amaZan... zen. Ok Imma stop now.

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