There are a lot of different sync options on the market these days, but which one is best for gaming? In this blog post, we’ll take a look at the pros and cons of each option and help you decide which sync is right for you.
First up is Asynchronous Sync. This option is great for gamers who want to play fast-paced games without any lag. Asynchronous Sync ensures that your game will run smoothly even if other programs or applications are running in the background. However, it can be less reliable than some of the other options available, so it’s not ideal for gamers who need 100% reliability.
Next up is Synchronous Sync. This option guarantees that your game will run with no lag whatsoever, making it perfect for gamers who need to compete in tournaments or high-stakes matches. However, Synchronous Sync can often cause problems with other programs running on your computer, so it’s not ideal if you’re looking to do anything else while you’re playing games.
It should also be noted that Synchronous Sync requires a very stable internet connection in order to work properly – if your internet connection drops out even briefly then you could experience significant lag during gameplay.
Finally, we have a Variable Refresh Rate (VRR). VRR offers an optimal balance between performance and smoothness by dynamically adjusting how many frames per second (FPS) are shown on screen depending on how demanding the scene currently is – this helps prevent screen tearing and stuttering while still allowing games to run at their maximum FPS limit. VRR also works with all types of displays, including both traditional monitors as well as gaming laptops and TVs. So what’s the downside? Unfortunately, VRR isn’t supported by all graphics cards just yet, but that number continues to grow every day.