You’ve probably heard about the latest buzz from GPU world that Nvidia now supports Freesync monitor! oh well, you don’t have to spend big bucks to get that GPU supported monitor anymore if you own Nvidia GPU.
The freesync support over HDMI is still limited though. And as currently, Nvidia is still working on this cross-compatibility tech, you might experience few issues for a few months. And nvidia has confirmed that this compatibility will be available to all FreeSync and VRR displays, but automatically enabled only for certified ones. For the rest of the displays, it will have to be manually enabled in the drivers. And finally, make sure you have W10 and have a GTX1000 series and up graphics card.
Also please note that I didn’t purchase any of these monitors, let alone test any of them. These are from what people recommend on the internet. And I narrowed it down to the best of my knowledge. If you found something better or error let me know in the comments. So, I can add and update.
Also please don’t recommend something that’s in the price range of Gsync monitors. There no point buying FS monitor, if you can get a Gsync monitor for the same price to play with Nvidia GPU.
If you are looking for HDR monitor see this
and if you are looking for the official Gsync supported Displays see this image
Let’s have a look at the best FS monitors for Nvidia GPUs next.
|BEST 1080P Monitors||Asus VG279Q||AOC C32G1|
|BEST 1440P Monitors||AOC Agon AG241QX||Dell S2719DGF||Aorus AD27QD|
|Panel||TN||TN||10bit IPS HDR|
|Refresh rate||144HZ||OC 155HZ||144HZ|
|Best 4K Monitors||Acer Predator XB281HK|