Computex 2015: Nvidia Intros G Sync For Smoother Graphics In Laptops


Nvidia has announced that a range of laptops will launch this month that take advantage of its G-Sync technology. Previously only available through a limited number of supported displays, the tech works to eliminate stuttering and screen tearing when playing games.

Computex 2015: Nvidia Intros G Sync For Smoother Graphics In Laptops

NVIDIA has just announced G-Sync support for several high-end gaming notebooks. It certified models using the latest 960M, 965M, 970M and 980M discreet mobile graphics chips, including the 17.3-inch ASUS G751, the Aorus X5, the MSI GT72 G and two 4K laptops from Clevo.

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Those G-sync-enabled gaming laptops feature screens approved by NVIDIA with 75Hz refresh rates designed to cut tearing, input lag, stuttering and other problems. You'll also get a few new features like windowed mode for borderless gaming and the ability to customize your refresh rates.

Computex 2015: Nvidia Intros G Sync For Smoother Graphics In Laptops

Windowed G-Sync will also work in two-way SLI configurations and can be enabled or disabled on a per-application basis if games don't play nice with the feature.

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The one caveat to this support is that Optimus Nvidia's battery-saving technology that utilizes an integrated IGP to drive desktop and 2D work when on battery and the full GeForce GPU for gaming will not be compatible with mobile G-Sync.

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