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    ROG Guru: White Belt Array MoKiChU PC Specs
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    Gsync Compatible and Gsynch are two very different things. There is not now, nor will there ever be, any user utility or tool for firmware update on monitors. A few years ago ASUS did give Gsync upgrade option for G751 laptop owners but that was a very different circumstance. First wave of same model did not have Gsync and second wave did. The deal was though you had to send your machine in for this FREE upgrade and what a thankless fiasco the turned out to be. As I watched the carnage unfold I thought the entire time what a nice gesture by ASUS and how could it turn into the cesspool it did. I made note that if I worked for ASUS this would NEVER be offered again. If you pay for Gsync you get Gsync, this is not a cheap option.

    XG35VQ is Adaptive/Free Sync at just over $600, Dont know how good it is. PG348Q is Gync and $1000 and what I own. Now what of the people the paid for Gsync? If they give it to you for free that means they have to refund those who paid for it. Namely ME!

    So it is now and will forever be pay to play (literally) in the Gsync arena. Thing is if your GPU can pump out the frames fast enough Gsyn does nothing. Im sitting on the technology and 99.9% of the time......Its disabled because you take a performance hit with on the fly adjustment of your refresh rate. You will never see any advantange from it unless your GPU is weak and cant maintain a decent frame rate which people will complain about that too with FPS dropping to 30 then find a place to point that finger at other than the simple fact they didnt open their wallet wide enough when building a rig. Performance is pay to play, always has been, always will be. Sure there is a whole different concept of bang for buck where its like Frames per $ but when your frames are 30 to $10 per frame and someone else get 80 Frames for $15 per frame it goes right back to the simple principle......you get what you pay for.

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    Hi all,

    I deleted a few posts referencing 3rd party validations which were a bit off topic. The question at hand is whether there is anything that can be done for existing monitors that may have compatibility issues with Nvidia's implementation of Adaptive Sync (G-Sync Compatible).

    Assuming the same monitor works correctly with AMD's FreeSync it's possible that future driver updates from Nvidia could iron out some of these wrinkles. It is a first release after all. However, if issues arise from idiosyncrasies in monitor firmware then I suspect it's highly unlikely to be rectified. As Justin noted, products are sold with an advertised feature set anything beyond those is considered "attempt at your own risk". So if a monitor is sold as FreeSync supported and FreeSync works correctly there is little justification to change anything. Any changes risk causing additional problems and also require an investment of man hours which could have been spent on something else. So I could be wrong but I suspect we'll see very little effort from the industry to retroactively fix issues with G-Sync Compatible.
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