List of G-SYNC Monitors

gsync-logoThis list features current and upcoming monitors that supports NVIDIA G-SYNC. This lists all known currently-available G-SYNC monitors on the market.

Most G-SYNC monitors include a motion blur reduction feature called NVIDIA Ultra Low Motion Blur (ULMB). It is similar to the LightBoost strobe backlight, but is optional and easily turned ON/OFF via the monitor menus. For more info, see Motion Blur Reduction FAQ.

Display Model Size Resolution Refresh
Rate
VRR
Tech
Motion Blur
Tech
Acer Predator XB252Q 24.5″ TN 1920×1080 240 Hz G-SYNC ULMB
Acer Predator Z301C 30″ VA 2560×1080 200 Hz G-SYNC ULMB
Acer Predator Z35 35″ VA 2560×1080 200 Hz G-SYNC ULMB
Acer Predator XB241H 24″ TN 1920×1080 180 Hz G-SYNC ULMB
ASUS ROG PG248Q 24″ TN 1920×1080 180 Hz G-SYNC ULMB
Acer Predator XB241YU 24″ TN 2560×1440 165 Hz G-SYNC ULMB
Acer Predator XB271HU 27″ IPS 2560×1440 165 Hz G-SYNC ULMB
AOC AG271QG 27″ IPS 2560×1440 165 Hz G-SYNC ULMB
AOC AGON AG241QG 24″ TN 2560×1440 165 Hz G-SYNC ULMB
ASUS ROG PG278QR 27″ TN 2560×1440 165 Hz G-SYNC ULMB
ASUS ROG PG279Q 27″ IPS 2560×1440 165 Hz G-SYNC ULMB
Dell S2417DG 24″ TN 2560×1440 165 Hz G-SYNC ULMB
Viewsonic XG2703-GS 27″ IPS 2560×1440 165 Hz G-SYNC ULMB
Acer Predator XB270HU 27″ IPS 2560×1440 144 Hz G-SYNC ULMB
ASUS ROG PG278Q 27″ TN 2560×1440 144 Hz G-SYNC ULMB
Dell S2716DG 27″ TN 2560×1440 144 Hz G-SYNC ULMB
Acer Predator XB270H 27″ TN 1920×1080 144 Hz G-SYNC ULMB
Acer XB240H 24″ TN 1920×1080 144 Hz G-SYNC ULMB
AOC G2460PG 24″ TN 1920×1080 144 Hz G-SYNC ULMB
Philips 272G5DYEB 27″ TN 1920×1080 144 Hz G-SYNC ULMB
BenQ XL2420G 24″ TN 1920×1080 144 Hz G-SYNC BENQ Blur Reduction
Acer Predator Z271 27″ VA 1920×1080 144 Hz G-SYNC
Lenovo Y27g 27″ VA 1920×1080 144 Hz G-SYNC
Acer Predator X34 34″ IPS 3440×1440 100 Hz G-SYNC
ASUS ROG PG348Q 34″ IPS 3440×1440 100 Hz G-SYNC
HP OMEN X 35 34″ VA 3440×1440 100 Hz G-SYNC
Acer Predator XB271HK 27″ IPS 3840×2160 60 Hz G-SYNC
Acer Predator XB280HK 28″ TN 3840×2160 60 Hz G-SYNC
Acer Predator XB281HK 28″ TN 3840×2160 60 Hz G-SYNC
Acer Predator XB321HK 32″ IPS 3840×2160 60 Hz G-SYNC
ASUS PG27AQ 27″ IPS 3840×2160 60 Hz G-SYNC

History

In the past, there were G-SYNC Upgrades sold for the ASUS VG248QE monitor. There was a Do-It-Yourself G-SYNC Upgrade Kit before 2015 when G-SYNC first got released, before they began to be built-in to gaming monitors.

Other Monitors

For a larger general list of other “Better Than 60Hz” monitors, see Official List of Best Gaming Monitors.

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