In the old days, G-Sync technology required the monitor to implement specific hardware to work, but today there are many G-Sync compatible monitors that allow you to get the best out of NVIDIA graphics cards to synchronize your FPS with the refresh rate and make everything look much smoother. The difference is more than noticeable, really, and it is especially useful for users who suffer from motion sickness (they get dizzy with moving images with low FPS).
ASUS ROG Swift PG329Q
This gaming monitor stands out for its huge 32-inch screen with WQHD resolution (2560 x 1440 or 1440p) with a refresh rate of up to 175 Hz on its “Fast IPS” panel, which boasts a response time of just 1 ms (GtG), ideal for maximum speed in games.
In addition, the display features high dynamic range technology (DisplayHDR 400 certified) with a maximum brightness of 600 cd / m2 and a typical (true) contrast ratio of 1000 to 1. It is of course compatible with G-Sync technology, VESA AdaptiveSync, Flicker Free anti-flicker and Low Blue Light technology to protect the user’s visual health.
All of this mounts on a V-shaped base that supports tilt, height and swivel adjustment, as well as a security Kensington lock and VESA 100 anchor for articulated arms or wall mounts. It also stands out for its wide connectivity, as it incorporates a hub with two USB 3.0 ports, two HDMI 2.0, a DisplayPort 1.2 and of course a 3.5 mm headphone output.
ASUS TUF Gaming VG27AQ
This monitor has a diagonal of 27 inches with WQHD resolution (2560 x 1440 pixels, 1440p) with an adaptive refresh rate of up to 165 Hz compatible with NVIDIA G-Sync, 1 ms response time despite its LED matrix- IPS, Flicker Free and Low Blue Light anti-flicker technology for better visual health, especially for users who spend many hours in front of the monitor.
In this case, the monitor also supports HDR10 with a maximum brightness of 350 cd / m2 and a typical (true) contrast ratio of 1000 to 1. It incorporates two HDMI 2.0 ports and a DisplayPort 1.2 as video inputs, in addition to headphone output as it has no built-in speakers.
Its square-shaped base allows you to modify the inclination, rotation and height of the screen, but if you don’t like it, you can disassemble it and use its VESA 100 anchor for articulated arms or table or wall supports.