NVIDIA Confirms Timing of DIY G-SYNC Kits

People have been asking ever our G-SYNC Preview was published… The good news is NVIDIA has updated their G-SYNC page today to confirm that DIY G-SYNC kits will be available, for ordering, in January!

(Update December 20, 2013: We are excited to confirm that the NVIDIA G-SYNC Do-It-Yourself Kits will be available for purchase in early January. Further details will be announced shortly.)

Meanwhile, We’re also giving away 5 free G-SYNC Upgrades in the newly-launched Blur Busters Forums… You have until December 31st to enter for a chance to win one of them!


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Apocalypse591
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Apocalypse591

I was looking at purchasing either the Asus VG248QE or the BenQ XL2420T, however after doing a little bit of research I found out that the Asus would be one of the first monitors to support G-Sync.

If I buy an Asus VG248QE now and wait until next year (when I have more money) to purchase a DIY kit, would that be possible?

I just want to make sure before I buy it for £273 on Amazon.

And as for the fact that you lose the DL-DVI port, can you still use the HDMI port for a console such as the Xbox 360?

GitDat
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GitDat

So, G-Sync will change the way strobing works in comparison to ToastyX’s software? Will the end result basically be the same or what differences can we expect on the ASUS VG248QE?

dreamss
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dreamss
bakageta
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bakageta

Now this is some news I can get excited about. I know I’ve got terrible luck in contests, I don’t care about a chance to win one, I just want to know when they’ll take my money. Glad to hear they made some kind of announcement.

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