You asked for it, so we’re giving it. We have collected and checked the availability of every FreeSync monitor and G-SYNC monitor out there and made a list of them for you. The list presented in this article are accurate as of October 2016.
The AMD FreeSync and NVIDIA G-SYNC technologies are competing against each other in the PC monitor market. They approach things differently, but their goal is mutual: syncing the monitor’s refresh rate with the FPS output of your graphics card without the horrible performance costs associated with V-Sync. By sync the FPS and refresh rate perfectly, you eliminate screen tearing and stuttering, resulting in a smooth and responsive gameplay. Now if you had a high refresh rate (144Hz for instance) panel that supports either of these two technologies, you have got yourself a very powerful monitor that will last for ages. Because NVIDIA G-SYNC uses a hardware module, they’re also more expensive. Usually, they are $150 more expensive than a FreeSync monitor with the same specs.
There’s a limited handful of G-SYNC and FreeSync monitors being sold right now and even more models are expected to arrive soon. Please note that you need a compatible graphics card from either AMD (for FreeSync) or NVIDIA (for G-SYNC) in order for the technology to work. You can see a list of supported NVIDIA G-SYNC graphics cards at G-SYNC.com or see the list of supported AMD FreeSync graphics cards. Both technologies work with multi-GPU systems in SLI or CrossFire.
The monitors listed below are those that are available for purchase right now. There are a dozen more confirmed FreeSync/G-SYNC monitors that are not yet released.
G-SYNC monitors available right now
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