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ASUS Announce Three New G-Sync Compatible Monitors - Dominates the G-Sync Compatible Lineup

ASUS now makes more G-Sync Compatible monitors than any other manufacturer

ASUS Announce Three New G-Sync Compatible Monitors - Dominates the G-Sync Compatible Lineup

ASUS Announce Three New G-Sync Compatible Monitors - Dominates the G-Sync Compatible Lineup

ASUS has announced three new additions to their G-Sync Compatible monitor lineup, offering driver level support for variable refresh rates n a way that meets Nvidia's exacting standards. 

To date, there are only seventeen G-Sync Compatible monitors, seven of which are made by ASUS, making them the creators of the largest number of G-Sync Compatible monitors. We noted the addition of two of these three monitors to Nvidia's G-Sync Compatible lineup when Nvidia released their Geforce 419.67 driver, but now ASUS has reconfirmed their addition to Nvidia' G-Sync Compatible lineup.   

Now, ASUS' ASUS VG248QG, VG258QR and VG278QR are marked as G-Sync Compatible, which means that they offer a wide Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) range of at least 2.4:1, support G-Sync/VRR without blanking, flickering, ghosting or other artefacts and support VRR on both Pascal and Turing-based graphics hardware. 
 

ASUS Announce Three New G-Sync Compatible Monitors - Dominates the G-Sync Compatible Lineup  

Below is a list of ASUS' G-Sync Compatible monitors, all of which feature a TN panel and a maximum refresh rate of at least 144Hz. Sadly, Nvidia does not offer an equivalent to AMD's Low Framerate Compensation (LFC) technology at this time, which means that Nvidia cannot use framerate doubling techniques to offer wider refresh rate ranges on these displays. 

All of ASUS' G-Sync Compatible monitors are already available at retailers worldwide.   

 

ASUS Announce Three New G-Sync Compatible Monitors - Dominates the G-Sync Compatible Lineup  

G-Sync Compatible monitors work on Nvidia's Pascal and Turing series graphics cards, with Maxwell and older graphics cards lacking support for the feature. 

You can join the discussion on ASUS' announcement of three new G-Sync Compatible monitors on the OC3D Forums

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