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Nvidia expands list of G-Sync compatible monitors with latest driver release

Back in January 2019, Nvidia announced that it would be updating its GPU drivers to support FreeSync displays under the new ‘G-Sync Compatible’ initiative. This means that Nvidia GPU users can switch G-Sync on using any adaptive sync display, although there is a verification program in place to highlight the monitors that supposedly work the best without the proprietary G-Sync module. The official list of verified monitors has grown a lot over time, going from just a dozen officially verified displays to over 70.

While you can switch on ‘G-Sync’ with any adaptive sync display through the driver, monitors that are officially verified by Nvidia will switch G-Sync on automatically. The list started off with 12 monitors from the likes of ASUS, Acer, AOC and BenQ but thanks to continuous updates, that list now spans well over 70 displays, with today’s GeForce Driver update adding even more to the list.

Here is the full list as it stands today (27.02.20):

  1. Asus VG27AQ
  2. Acer CP3721K P
  3. Acer VG252QX
  4. Acer VG272U P
  5. Acer VG272X
  6. Acer XB253Q GX
  7. Acer XB273K GP
  8. ACER XB273U
  9. Acer KG271 Bbmiipx
  10. Acer XF240H bmjdpr
  11. Acer XF270H BBMIIPRX
  12. Acer XV253QX
  13. Acer XV273K
  14. Acer XV273U
  15. Acer XG270HU
  16. Acer XZ321Q
  17. AOC 27G2G4
  18. AOC AG272FCX6
  19. AOC AG272FG3R
  20. AOC AG271FZ2
  21. AOC AG271F1G2
  22. AOC AG241QX
  23. AOC G2590FX
  24. AOC G2590PX
  25. AOPEN 27HC1R Pbidpx
  26. Asus VG248QG
  27. Asus VG259WM
  28. ASUS VG279QM
  29. Asus MG278Q
  30. Asus PG43UQ
  31. Asus XG248Q
  32. Asus XG279Q
  33. BenQ XL2740
  34. BenQ XL2540
  35. Dell AW2521HF
  36. Dell AW2521HFL
  37. Dell AW2720HF
  38. Dell S2419HGF
  39. Acer CG437K P
  40. Acer VG252Q P
  41. Acer XFA240
  42. Acer XF250Q Cbmiiprx
  43. Acer XV273 X
  44. Asus VG258QR
  45. Asus VG278QR
  46. Asus VG278Q
  47. Asus XG258Q
  48. Asus VG258Q
  49. ASUS VG259Q
  50. ASUS PG43U
  51. Gigabyte AD27QD
  52. Gigabyte FI27Q
  53. Gigabyte FI27Q-P
  54. HP 24x
  55. HP 25x
  56. HP 25mx
  57. HP OMEN X 25f
  58. Lenovo Y27Q-20
  59. LG 27GK750F-B
  60. LG 27GL63T
  61. LG 27GL650
  62. LG 27GN750
  63. LG 27GL850
  64. LG 34GL750
  65. LG 38WN95C
  66. LG 28GN950
  67. LG 34GN850
  68. LG 2019 E9 C9 55
  69. LG 2019 E9 C9 65
  70. LG 2019 C9 77
  71. LG 2019 Z9 88
  72. LG 2020 B-series
  73. LG 2020 C-series
  74. LG 2020 G-series
  75. LG 2020 Z-series
  76. MSI MAG251RX
  77. Razer Raptor 27
  78. Samsung CRG5
  79. ViewSonic XG270

We expect this list to grow again before the end of the year but remember, even if your monitor isn’t on the list, you can force adaptive sync on manually through the Nvidia Control Panel G-Sync section.

KitGuru Says: Do any of you currently own an Nvidia GPU and a FreeSync display? How have you found the ‘G-Sync Compatible’ experience with it so far?

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