NVIDIA tackles framerate issues, brings G-SYNC to gaming notebooks

Unveiled in 2013, G-SYNC is a display technology that allows displays to offer variable refresh rates that are in sync with the amount of frames pushed by the GPU, allowing for smooth playback during gaming. The technology works in conjunction with NVIDIA GPUs and displays certified by the chip vendor.

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