NVIDIA has unveiled an expansion of its G-Sync variable refresh rate (VRR) technology, welcoming support for monitors compliant with the VESA DisplayPort Adaptive-Sync standard. Following an NVIDIA-deployed update, G-Sync will be compatible with a range of existing VRR displays, including those designed for AMD FreeSync.

However, with VRR implementation varying between manufacturers, NVIDIA has debuted official "G-Sync Compatible" monitors. These existing displays are tested in-house and certified to deliver a leading G-Sync experience. We've rounded up every confirmed G-Sync Compatible monitor, following the program's CES 2019 reveal.

List of NVIDIA 'G-Sync Compatible' monitors

NVIDIA has certified 12 G-Sync Compatible monitors as of publication.

For more details on G-Sync Compatible displays, check out the full reveal from NVIDIA. As future displays make the cut, we'll be sure to update this list.

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