Is FreeSync as good as G-Sync? That’s a question that has been asked many times and there is no clear answer. Both technologies have their pros and cons, but in the end, it comes down to personal preference.
FreeSync is an open standard that was created by AMD and it uses the Adaptive-Sync feature of DisplayPort 1.2a monitors to synchronize the refresh rate of a monitor with the frame rate of a graphics card. This helps to eliminate screen tearing and stuttering, which can be caused by mismatches between the two rates.
G-Sync is a proprietary technology developed by Nvidia that does pretty much the same thing as FreeSync, but it requires special hardware inside monitors that work with G-sync modules from Nvidia. Monitors with G-sync modules are more expensive than those without them, but they usually offer better performance and image quality.
So which one is better? It really depends on your needs and preferences. If you want something that’s more universally compatible then go for FreeSync – most AMD cards support it while only high-end Nvidia cards support G-sync. If you want top performance or you already have a monitor with a G-sync module then go for G-sync.