In this guide you will find everything you need to know about how to enable G-Sync on a FreeSync monitor.
What is FreeSync in G-Sync?
Before telling you how to enable G-Sync on a FreeSync monitor, you have to know that it is a tool that allows AMD graphics cards and APUs to control the refresh rate of a connected monitor.
Contrary to Nvidia technology that evens out the similar refresh rate of the gaming monitor with the actual refresh rate of the game itself.
Please note that if the GPU is unable to output at the screen refresh rate, you will have to deal with stutters and lag and with FreeSync mode the monitor updates the screen in sync with the current game refresh rate.
How to enable G-Sync on a FreeSync monitor.
The first thing you should do is update the Nvidia graphics drivers on your PC to the latest version. You will also need to make sure that the Nvidia graphics card and monitor are connected via DisplayPort.
Also make sure that variable refresh rate is enabled in your monitor settings or not.
It will be enabled automatically or at least that is how it should happen, but if it is not enabled automatically you will have to access the Nvidia Control Panel> access the screen: configure G-SYNC> select Enable compatible> select the preferred options> select the connected monitor> Enable settings for selected display model> Save changes.
So ends our guide on how to enable G-Sync on a FreeSync monitor, we hope it has been as useful as possible for you and you have managed to complete the process quickly by following the steps to the letter.