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[POLL] G-SYNC: What do YOU want?

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Clevo's re-seller would like to know what g-sync system YOU would like to purchase from them!

Discuss in this thread and >>>VOTE HERE<<<

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These are the current g-sync licensed screens in DM models:

- 17.3" 4K - B173ZAN01.0 - AUO - 60Hz 

- 15.6" 4K - Samsung 156FL02-101 - 60Hz

- 15.6" FHD - LG LP156WF6-SPB1 - 60Hz

- 15.6" Samsung 156HL01-102 (SDC324C)

- 17.3" FHD - LG LP173WF4-SPD1 - 75Hz/60Hz (depending on EDID)

- 17.3" FHD - LG LP173WF4-SPF1 - 75Hz/60Hz (depending on EDID)

 

ALL of them are licensed for the g-sync editions of these GPUs ONLY:

- GTX980M

- GTX970M

- GTX965M

P870DM-G and P775DMx-G in addition also have a license for GTX 980 (N16E-GXX).

The 4K AUO screen has no g-sync support for the GTX965M-G

 

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Voted for 125 as it requires a specific connection to the screen and a specific gpu so it's a fair price :)

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I accidentally voted for "under $3000" when it should have been "over $3000", so if you could switch one of those votes around for your tally, that'd be great.

You'll know which one is my vote table Prema. Trust me. XD

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I voted for $50 as fair with or without G-Sync. Though, I really think that is overpriced for the actual cost difference. RJTech charges a $30 dollar premium between G-Sync and non G-Sync GPUs. I believe $1 is closer than $50, unless those G-sync stickers are expensive to produce. :P

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+1 on cheaping out on gsync! :D display was a tough one, since ive always been a fan of 15 inch machines. that 100% adobe rgb ALMOST made me switch over from my fave sharp matte 4K [emoji14]

but thats ok, in 2019 (when im getting my next machine) there will be tons of additional choices for me

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Will post here display from my P651RE3-G when it arrives. (i think it is 75hz but need to check it).

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I've been looking into upgrading from my P150SM-A to a P750DM-G.  However I can't seem to find any consistent info on whether a P750DM-G with G-SYNC will also work with a external monitor (e.g. 27' Acer XB270HU) also with G-SYNC.

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Honestly how long does g-sync evaluation take? Seems like OLEDs with HDR will possibly arrive before these UHD screens get g-sync :(

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The 17" 4K AUO screen finally got it's g-sync certification:

 

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So, we (4k display users) can expect G-Sync option in new drivers? What about GPU vBIOS? 

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On 9/30/2015 at 10:36 AM, Prema said:

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- 15.6" Unknown Samsung screen (fill me in if you know the exact model)

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About 15,6 Samsung FHD there been one during prototype phase Samsung 156HL01-102 (SDC324C) (it's better than current LG but worse than old 15,6 inch AUO)

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Schenker-XMG-P506-Clevo-P651RE-Notebook-Review.152021.0.html

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Ah, I forgot about that GPU must be G-Sync. But at least I might be able to use G-Sync with Pascal GPU (probably). :ninja:

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