But what is G-Sync and why do you care? As we've outlined in our FreeSync vs. G-Sync comparison:
G-Sync synchronizes both the monitor and graphics card, thanks to an on-board module inside the display. The card and monitor will only run as fast as the slowest of the two can handle, depending on where the bottleneck happens to be. This means the net benefit is that the monitor will display every single frame produced by the GPU, thus resulting in a super smooth experience.
Basically, you get smooth images with no tearing. Which ultimately means you'll be happier when you're gaming.
It's not reserved for desktop PCs either, and if you like to take your gaming on the go, these are the G-Sync laptops to get.
ASUS Strix GL702
This 17-inch notebook is actually what you'd all portable thanks to a slim and light form helped by the lack of an optical drive.
Various specifications are on offer, such as Core i5 and i7 processors and the outstanding GTX 1060 graphics card. And with Thunderbolt 3 and space inside for multiple storage drives, this is a laptop that could easily become your desktop rig.
The 17.3-inch display is 'only' 1080p resolution but with a 75Hz refresh rate and G-Sync you get fast, smooth gameplay every time. If you're not in the market for a 17-inch laptop, ASUS also does a 15-inch version of the Strix which also has a GTX 1060 and G-Sync.
Razer Blade Pro
The ultimate laptop has to have everything, right? That's what the Razer Blade Pro is, and on its massive spec list, you'll find G-Sync built into its 17.3-inch 4K touch display. That's right, G-Sync enabled gaming at 4K, and it looks stunning.
Everything else about the Blade Pro is remarkable, especially when you consider its size. A GTX 1080 graphics card and Intel Core i7 processor are paired with 32GB of RAM and all SSD storage that even includes a RAID 0 option.
The Blade Pro is pricey, but it's one of the most remarkable laptops you can buy right now.
MSI GT62VR Dominator Pro
MSI might market the Dominator Pro a VR ready laptop, but when you're not inside a headset, you'll be looking at a 15.6-inch 1080p IPS display with G-Sync built right in.
The Dominator Pro lives up to its name as well, with some incredible hardware inside. Besides the Intel Core i7 processor, you'll find an 8GB GTX 1070 graphics card, 16GB of RAM and a combination of SSD and HDD storage.
Steelseries provide the keyboard, so it's as good as it is colorful. You get all this for a very competitive price, too.
Acer Predator 17
The Predator 17 packs a 17.3-inch 1080p IPS G-Sync display and a range of specs to keep within your budget.
It's no slouch in any configuration, though, with GTX 1060 and GTX 1070 graphics options, 16GB of RAM, RAID 0 SSD storage options, HDD mass storage and Killer DoubleShot Pro connectivity to keep you gaming whenever you need it.
The party trick on the Predator 17 is the removable module on the side that's either an optical drive or an additional cooler to keep you frosty during raids.
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