AOC has announced new displays, with up to 240Hz refresh rates and 0.5ms response times.

The DisplayPort 2.0 standard is finished, with support for 8K displays (stretching all the way to 16K in the future), and new efficiency and visual fidelity features.

It’s rare to see the same monitor go head-to-head with itself in both a FreeSync and a G-Sync configuration, but that’s what we’ve got here. Who wins?

When Nvidia announced its support for FreeSync, it raised the question that some displays might not play nicely with its GPUs. Early testing suggests this may not be a major issue.

Nvidia’s CEO tore into AMD and Intel at CES, blasting the Radeon VII and lying about the fundamental operational state of AMD’s FreeSync standard.

Nvidia’s new RTX 2060 debuts today at a substantially higher price point, better performance compared with the GTX 1060, and a complicated value proposition.

Nvidia will support VESA Adaptive Sync with a driver update, unlocking FreeSync capability on GeForce GPUs.

LG has released a 1440p monitor with FreeSync support and an IPS panel. It’s a solid offering if you’re in the market.

The first benchmarks of Nvidia’s RTX ray tracing performance in Battlefield V have dropped, and the performance hit is significant, even at just 1080p.

Nvidia’s G-Sync improves perceived frame rate and a game’s presentation. SLI makes games run faster. But put them both together and what you end up with is something often markedly less than the sum of its parts.