If you own a gaming monitor you must be having adaptive sync technology powered by FreeSync or G-Sync technologies assisting your gaming graphics card. Both technologies are very beneficial for your gaming experience that prevent screen tearing and stuttering in competitive game titles.
FreeSync branding belongs to AMD and it’s very commonly used in loads of monitor models. However, 28 chosen FreeSync monitor models are also Nvidia branded G-Sync compatible. Majority of G-Sync monitors come with Nvidia’s proprietary processor and AMD’s FreeSync enhanced monitors do not possess any processing chip but they receive certification once passed the gaming test. Since new gamers are not informed to switch their FreeSync or G-Sync monitor capabilities then this tutorial is the great start for smooth gaming.
Here in this comprehensive tutorial, you will learn how to enable FreeSync & G-Sync on Acer & LG gaming monitors that currently certified to be eligible in preventing screen tearing or stuttering while you enjoy gaming immersion. This method will work on following models: Acer Nitro VG271U, VG270UP, VG270P, VG240Y and LG 24MP48HQ, 23MP68VQ-P, 24MK600M.
1. Turning On FreeSync on Acer Monitors’ Menu
First Sep: Press the lowest joystick button in the middle
Step Three: Select Gaming Option
2. Turning On FreeSync On LG Monitors’ Menu
Step Two: Go to Picture Option
Step Three: Select Picture Adjust option and enter it
Step Four: Enable FreeSync by choosing On button and quit by repeatedly clicking left on joystick
3. How to enable FreeSync on Windows 10 & Radeon Settings
4. How to enable G-Sync on FreeSync Monitor Using GTX 10, 16 & RTX 20 Series Graphics Cards’ latest driver control panel
Step One: Right Click on desktop space and click Nvidia Control Panel
Step Three: On Set Up G-Sync Window put tick on Enable G-Sync, G-Sync Compatible Option, turn on Enable for Full Screen Mode and put tick on Enable Settings For The Selected Display Model, close the window