Beyond graphics cards, Nvidia focused on bringing G-Sync, its buttery-smooth variable refresh rate display technology, to six different laptops during Computex. You can expect to see G-Sync-enabled laptops from Asus, Clevo, MSI, and Gigabyte’s Aorus brand.
But the G-Sync announcements weren’t limited to notebooks alone! Nvidia also announced seven new G-Sync monitors from both Acer and Asus, and you can now run G-Sync when you’re gaming in windowed mode. Thanks to a quirk in the way Windows renders the desktop, G-Sync previously only worked when gaming full-screen.
AMD, meanwhile, showed a version of its competing FreeSync technology running over HDMI rather than DisplayPort. It sounds simple, but really, it could be a pretty big deal.