Right now you can get the Acer Nitro 31.5-inch gaming PC monitor for just $159.99 on Amazon. The Acer Nitro Gaming Mouse III is also discounted down to just $24.99, among other Nitro items.
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The LG C2 Series OLED 55-inch TV is a great TV for gaming on both consoles or even your gaming PC with support for both NVIDIA and AMD GPUs and you can get it for just $1,066.99 on Amazon right now.
Samsung has announced an addition to its Odyssey lineup, the Odyssey Neo G7. The monitor is equipped with an adjustable 43" screen, 4K display resolution, and other customizable features.
AMD's latest driver version 22.4.2 brings a new CPU overclock alert for users after the recent revelation. Aside from that, the driver fixes a missing display mode bug on FreeSync monitors, and more.
Sony has confirmed that the PS5 is getting variable refresh rate or VRR support "in the coming months". The company recently also added VRR support to some of its older 2021 Bravia TV models.
LG's 27" UltraGear 240Hz 1ms FreeSync Premium IPS gaming monitor is selling for a hefty discount on Amazon currently. The high refresh rate should make it a decent deal for competitive gamers.
Microsoft Edge is adding a new smooth scrolling feature to its Edge Canary build. This new feature will utilize the Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) technology present in FreeSync and G-Sync panels.
Nvidia has launched its newest Game Ready WHQL driver dubbed 471.96. The new driver, though, isn't optimized for any new title, but adds support for six new G-SYNC compatible displays, and more.
Nvidia today released its new WHQL-certified 417.71 drivers bringing support for FreeSync-certified displays as well as the RTX 2060. There are currently 12 GSync Compatible monitors.
Nvidia today announced the GSync Compatible program, bringing support for GSync to several existing FreeSync-certified monitors. 12 monitors are officially supported, with more still in testing.
Beginning in spring 2018 and complete before the year end, updates will be rolled out to the Xbox One S and X which will bring welcome improvements to the overall gaming experience for each console.
The gaming monitor industry is moving forward at a fast rate. With the introduction of its AGON 3 lineup, AOC will be one of the first to bring a monitor with ultrafast 0.5 ms response time.
Microsoft's upcoming console, Project Scorpio, is turning out to be a true next-generation device. The Xbox One successor will support FreeSync and HDMI 2.1 Variable Refresh, according to new reports.
Microsoft has listened to gamers' feedback on its Universal Windows Platform and as of today it will be unlocking frame rates for all Windows 10 UWP apps. The new feature is part of today's patches.
AMD has released new drivers unlocking CrossFire support for FreeSync and adding Windows 10 support. They also provide various new features and performance improvements to older cards.
We go through some of the main differences with Nvidia's G-Sync, OEMs crucial role for FreeSync to reach its full potential, and whether AMD's adaptive sync technology is the better choice for gamers