G-Sync from Nvidia and AMD’s FreeSync are two similar technologies that both avoid so-called screen tearing and enable smooth gaming. GIGA explains to you how the technology works exactly and which graphics cards and monitors are compatible with the respective standards.
One of the most important things for smooth gaming on the PC is the right combination of graphics card and monitor. If these two components do not harmonize optimally with each other, unsightly artifacts such as screen tearing or jerking will occur. To prevent this, both Nvidia and AMD have developed a solution: the synchronization of the respective frame rates using a permanently installed chip in the monitor or corresponding software.
Find out exactly how G-Sync and FreeSync work in our video:
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