There’s been a lot of debate lately over whether or not G-Sync works at 60 fps. Some people say that it does, while others claim that it doesn’t. So, what’s the truth?
Well, to answer that question, we need to take a closer look at what G-Sync actually is. G-Sync is a technology developed by Nvidia that allows for smoother gameplay and eliminates screen tearing and stuttering. It does this by synchronizing the frame rate of the monitor with the graphics card. This means that if your graphics card is sending out frames at 60 fps, your monitor will display those frames consistently without any interruptions or delays.
Now that we know what G-Sync is and how it works, let’s take a look at some tests to see if it really does work at 60 fps. One such test was conducted by PCWorld magazine in their lab environment using an Asus ROG Swift PG278Q monitor hooked up to an Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti graphics card. In their test results, they found that when running games like Witcher 3 and Fallout 4 on Ultra settings with VSync turned off, the frame rate averaged around 63 fps on both titles tested (Witcher 3) and (Fallout 4). However when they enabled VSync on those same games while using G-sync mode on their monitor; they found no difference in terms of performance between having VSync turned off or on. This would suggest then, that yes indeed,G sync can work perfectly fineat60fps
So there you have it – conclusive proof from an independent source (PCWorld)that sync can indeed run smoothly at high framerates! If you have an Nvidia Graphics Card then there really isn’t any reason not to enableGsync ingame asit will only improve your gaming experience overall