There’s no doubt that 144hz monitors are all the rage right now, but is G-Sync really better than 144hz? The answer to that question is a little more complicated than a simple yes or no.
First and foremost, it’s important to understand the difference between G-Sync and standard refresh rates. With a standard refresh rate, your monitor will simply cycle through images at set intervals (usually 60 times per second). This can often lead to screen tearing – when part of an image appears on one screen while another part appears on another screen. This happens when your graphics card outputs multiple frames per second (fps) and your monitor refreshes at only 60 times per second. G-Sync solves this issue by syncing the frame rate of your graphics card with the refresh rate of your monitor, so you never see any tearing or stuttering.
Now that we know what G-Sync is and how it works, let’s take a look at some of its benefits:
1) Increased smoothness: One obvious benefit of using G-Sync instead of a standard refresh rate is increased smoothness across all types of content – from fast action games to movies and even web browsing. 2) Reduced input lag: Another big benefit for gamers is reduced input lag – meaning you spend less time waiting for actions to register onscreen. 3) No more Screen Tearing: As we mentioned earlier, one common issue with standard refresh rates is screen tearing – which can be extremely distracting during gameplay or movie watching experiences 4) Stable image quality: Unlike other technologies such as Vsync which can limit fps in order to maintain an even frame rate, G-sync ensures consistent image quality regardless how many frames are being outputted by your graphics card 5 ) Works with any Nvidia Graphics Card : Finally ,G – Sync works with any Nvidia Graphics Card, so there’s no need to worry about compatibility issues