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Submitted by mpctips 344d ago | news

Nvidia Now Selling DIY G-Sync Upgrade Kits for Asus VG248QE Monitors

Maximum PC: Nvidia in October of last year unveiled its G-Sync monitor technology intended to reduce stutter, lag, tearing, and other unwanted effects associated with synching a monitor's refresh rate with the GPU. The company's goal is to integrate G-Sync into third-party monitors, though for a limited time, Nvidia is offering a G-Sync DIY upgrade kit that works with (and only with) Asus's 24-inch VG248QE display. (Asus, NVIDIA, PC)

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