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Freesync vs G-sync compatible what works better

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Hello, out of curiosity what would work better at frame sync . If i have freesync monitor which is also gsync compatible. Would sync work better if used freesync with rx 5700 xt or would be better gsync compatible function for example with gtx 1080ti ? Or is freesync and gsync compatible function identical in terms of performace / input lag ? Thanks

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If a monitor is explicitly branded as "Gsync compatible," that means it meets nvidia's standards for adaptive sync performance, so it's more or less just as good as gsync.


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My AOC monitor is Gsync compatable but is not on Nvidia's recommended Monitor list and it works flawlessly. So my experience has been excellent.

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