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    Signed. Since G73JW, I was deeply disappointed by ASUS' support, and general communication to users, and this was the last straw. I'm seriously thinking about never buying ANY Asus products again. (have 6 desktop PCs, 4 laptops, 2 routers, countless peripherials, aand so on from them...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edweird View Post
    Please calm down, this sort of language isn't helping anyone :\
    But that's one way to get people to try it, I guess..
    Hello

    Thanks for being levelheaded. The offending post has been dealt with.

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    As much as I'd love to have G-Sync on my G751, I bought it knowing it didn't have G-Sync enabled, so I'm not going to stop buying Asus products like some people have mentioned.

    I love my G751!

    I just hope Asus allow it at some point, considering we know that it is possible on the current/old G751s, even if there is a fee. There must be some work around that Asus can agree with Nvidia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chadd View Post
    As much as I'd love to have G-Sync on my G751, I bought it knowing it didn't have G-Sync enabled, so I'm not going to stop buying Asus products like some people have mentioned.

    I love my G751!

    I just hope Asus allow it at some point, considering we know that it is possible on the current/old G751s, even if there is a fee. There must be some work around that Asus can agree with Nvidia.
    The problem is more about how the situation is handled, at least to me. I can live without G-SYNC, but the lack of any sort of communication is terrifying for any consumer experience.

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    Support, it's stupid how the new laptops have G sync, whilst the older ones don't. It has been confirmed to be a non hardware issue, just that either ASUS or Nvidia are holding out on us. (probably ASUS wanting to milk out some cash with the "g sync version")

    The processor - the i7 4720 is almost on par with the 4710 and should be no hardware limit on "g sync" which is a hardware-less implementation.

    Stop holding out on us ASUS, or at least tell us what's going on.

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    It's will be so easy for them to release a Gsync driver and make people happy instead telling us there are no issue.

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    So will this feature ever be supported? Otherwise I might need to return this purchase.

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    Signed!

    I'm with Chadd on this, as I only just got my G751 on Saturday and bought it knowing that it didn't have support for G-Sync - even though it does, going from all of the stuff I've read here. While I was trying to decide which laptop to buy (I was weighing the J751JT against various other laptops, such as the Gigabyte P37W, the Aorus X7 v2 and a couple of Clevo-based rigs from Schenker and PCSpecialist) I noticed that G-Sync support cost a chunk more of cash so I decided against it. ANd let's be honest, is g-sync REALLY going to make that much of a difference? I doubt it.
    Last edited by clockworksatan; 07-08-2015 at 02:46 PM.

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    Signed.

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    First, thanks for letting me say something.

    I don't really want to talk about that but let me clear a few things.

    I was the first one to blame Asus and NVIDIA for not using my work properly, this is the risk anyway.
    In the end I see why Asus stay silent about that and I clearly understand.
    You can't blame Asus for not offering the G-sync on the older laptop, as they have no control over the NVIDIA policy.
    And I see what happened here, I'm not here to defend anyone but I was trying to provide a temporary solution, or to offer a complete solution
    because I was not ok with the fact that my research/work was used like that.
    But I cannot touch something that is not mine, this is not right. I don't want to repeat what happened to Asus or NVIDIA (basically
    don't wanna hurt anyone). I simply want excuses and credit, that's all.
    Now, past is the past. I will surely not continue to work on this. A few people tried to stop me and they have the right to do so. I give
    them the credit to stop me in the right time. The reason, I couldn't offer the same support as what ASUS or NVIDIA could give you.
    I can share the work I've done but I don't want to share stuff that will work partially and don't have any official support.

    ASUS is a manufacturer. You can blame them if your product has something that is not right but you can't blame them for not providing something
    that they have no control over (G-sync = NVIDIA). Again I'm not the creator of G-sync. I was involved in improving the way it works and on a few
    other features, including the famous windowed mode.

    But again, I'm not the creator of G-sync. I know how it works, I know how to deal with and I know how to improve it but I never made the G-sync. I was part of the improvement and this improvement was not well used/exploit (I mean by that, open source). But it doesn't matter now. Le mal est
    fait (damage has been done), and I can't come back to the past to change that. This is how the world works. It was purely my fault for no being
    careful with my work, that simple.

    I'm going to do the first step but I'm sorry to Asus for what happened to them and what all the G-sync story brings to them. But I'm not sorry for
    sharing my work with others and trying to help, like I helped you or NVIDIA.

    It was never intentional, I always wanted to help, that's all.

    Again, sorry all you guys that I couldn't provide everything you needed.

    I know that Asus makes strong products. I have used their products many times for different projects. The main problem is probably the lack of
    support to their customers, etc... but it is not better with the other brand.

    Last thing guys. Please don't insult anyone, not Asus not NVIDIA. Ok they have made mistakes, like everybody, but it is not a reason to disrespect
    them. You don't like what they did, alright but be mature. Try to resolve the problem in a good way. Make a petition is good, show stuff so that
    they can hear your voice and try to fix the problem. But please please, don't insult anyone. Everybody makes mistakes, including myself.

    G-sync is not such a big deal and trust me you will see better alternatives sooner or later. Hopefully Asus will find a way to deal with NVIDIA for
    offering something to the old revision. I remember that year ago (not to defend NVIDIA) Streaming from your laptop equipped with NVIDIA to the
    Shield was not possible and you needed to buy a desktop computer for that. A few months later they made it possible on a laptop.

    You never know what could happen in the future. Living now and being patient is the best way to get what you want.

    Again, I'm sorry that what I've done and the public work made such an impact and hurt Asus when it was not their fault anyway. They was with
    NVIDIA on this but have no control over this.

    Yes it is possible to make the G-sync work on every laptop or even on older GPUs. This is not possible because it is the NVIDIA Proprietary.

    To Asus, we both did mistakes and we should learn from our mistakes. Really expecting the best from you.

    To everybody: enjoy your life, enjoy what you have because there's people out there who don't have your luck. At least you have a home, a computer, a way to communicate with others and being listened. Others have no choice than just stay there and wait for somebody to come to help them.
    Please be kind, try to help each others. I know that technology costs. I know that it is annoying not to have something that should be given to
    everybody but you know we can't predict the future. Just be patient. Maybe something even bigger will come out and be offered to everybody. We
    never know.

    Take care Asus, Take care Asus Customers, Take care All Users
    and thanks to everybody.

    This is behind me and completely over.
    Let's live our life.

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