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How to check if a Freesync monitor is Gsync compatible before buying?

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I'm looking to buy a new monitor, and it currently stands between a Samsung S27H850QF and a Acer BE270UA which are both Freesync monitors.

I've been googling some, but I can't find any links with info regarding Gsync compability.

Any tips? Or should I just order the one I end up liking the most and return it if it doesn't work?


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11 minutes ago, steffeeh said:

I'm looking to buy a new monitor, and it currently stands between a Samsung S27H850QF and a Acer BE270UA which are both Freesync monitors.

I've been googling some, but I can't find any links with info regarding Gsync compability.

Any tips? Or should I just order the one I end up liking the most and return it if it doesn't work?

Forget about pay-sync and use freesync provided you have a 10xx series or 20xx and your monitor has freesync


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