An Nvidia graphic that depicts what G-Sync technology is like, I guess...

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In addition to the entirely expected news about the upcoming RTX 2060, Nvidia CES presentation this weekend included a surprise about its G-Sync display standard. That screen-tear and input-lag-smoothing technology will soon work with select monitors designed for VESA’s competing DisplayPort Adaptive-Sync protocol (which is used in AMD’s FreeSync monitors).

In announcing the move, Nvidia says the gaming experience on these variable refresh rate (VRR) monitors “can vary widely.” So Nvidia says it has gone to the trouble of testing 400 different Adaptive-Sync monitors to see which ones are worthy of being certified as “G-Sync Compatible.”

Of those 400 tests, Nvidia says only 12 monitors have met its standards so far. They are:

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