NVIDIA launches G-Sync Pulsar technology

At CES 2024, NVIDIA announced the launch of its G-Sync Pulsar technology, heralding a new era of Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) technology. NVIDIA claims that this innovation not only delivers a stutter-free experience and seamlessly smooth motion but also sets a new gold standard in visual clarity and fidelity through its novel variable frequency flicker technology. The upcoming ASUS ROG Swift PG27 series gaming monitors, debuting later this year, will utilize G-Sync Pulsar technology to elevate effective motion clarity to over 1000Hz.

Introduced in 2013, NVIDIA’s G-Sync technology, by synchronizing the refresh rate of the monitor with the GPU’s output, eradicated stuttering. However, for NVIDIA, this was merely the beginning. Over the past decade, NVIDIA engineers have tirelessly worked to combine the fluidity of variable refresh rate timing with the precision timing required for effective high-frequency flicker. The culmination of their efforts is an innovative algorithm that dynamically adjusts flicker modes to accommodate varying rendering rates. G-Sync Pulsar technology represents a significant breakthrough, harmonizing two key elements: Adaptive Overdrive and Pulse Modulation.

With the advent of G-Sync Pulsar technology, gamers no longer have to choose between the smoothness of variable refresh rates and the higher motion clarity of Ultra Low Motion Blur (ULMB), simplifying the user experience. The new G-Sync Pulsar technology merges the advantages of both, offering gamers an exemplary display experience and the opportunity to immerse themselves in a richly detailed gaming universe.

NVIDIA’s partners, including Alienware, AOC, ASUS, Dough, IO Data, LG, Philips, Thermaltake, and ViewSonic, unveiled 24 new models supporting G-Sync at CES 2024. The range is vast, from 16-inch portable monitors to 97-inch giant TVs, providing gamers with an abundance of choices.