NVIDIA GeSync module monitors will also support AMD graphics cards

It is reported that support for AMD graphics cards will be added to G-Sync module monitors, which were manufactured and mounted on NVIDIA’s own standard.

G-Sync is well-known for a technology that reduces the softer screen, that is, the tearing phenomenon, by synchronizing the refresh rate in real time by attaching its own G-Sync module to the monitor to identify the refresh rate of the monitor and the GPU.

However, since it is NVIDIA’s own standard, when the module is installed, the monitor value has increased by almost 200,000 won, and the price has been high, and its synchink can be used only with its NVIDIA graphics card, so there was a limitation in compatibility.

Recognizing this situation, NVIDIA will support VESA’s standard Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) for wider use and sales of G-Sync monitors, which will allow the use of AMD Radeon graphics cards on G-Sync monitors. ) It is an analysis that one can use free sink which is one of sink standard.

Foreign media also reported that Nvidia has expanded its VRR support to expand the G-Sync monitor market, for the following reasons: The console supports VRR technology, which is because the sales of Gsync monitors will decrease if Nvidia does not support the technology.

Currently, the latest GeForce graphics cards support HDMI VRR and HDMI 2.1 standard adaptive sync, so it is expected that support for VRR technology will be available soon.

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