During its CES press event, LG announced that many of its OLED TVs in 2020 will have G-Sync Compatibility built-in. The TVs will also offer Filmmaker mode, which disables post-processing.
At CES 2020 today, Nvidia announced G-Sync esports displays, the first of which is the ASUS ROG Swift 360. The 24.5-inch monitor is the first to offer an impressive 360Hz refresh rate.
Samsung has announced today the Notebook Odyssey, its latest bet to the gaming PC segment. The 15.6-inch laptop is powered by Intel Core i7 and will initially be available in the U.S. in early 2019.
Coming in at a hefty $1999, the Acer Predator X27, the first ever gaming monitor that wraps a 4K/144Hz screen with HDR and Nvidia GSync support into a single package is now up for preorder.
At CES this week, Nvidia announced a new initiative to make 65-inch displays suitable for gaming with its G-Sync variable refresh rate technology and the inclusion of a built-in Shield.
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.
If you've ever witnessed variable refresh rate (VRR) technologies like G-Sync and FreeSync, then you likely know VRR one of the most significant gaming improvements in recent times.
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.
NVIDIA has announced G-SYNC, a new technology designed to add a hardware module inside PC monitors that will help to stop issues like screen tearing, input lag, and stutter in apps and games.