"So I came across this article on anantech. It is basically G-sync, but then without any hardware modification, licence free and open. Sooo, apparently there isn't really a good reason for stuff like a G-sync board, apart from making it proprietary, unless Nvidia's GPU's don't support something like VBLANK on their own. It also once again shows the difference between business strategies between Nvidia and AMD. Apparently this VBLANK was a VESA standard for some time now, and imho it makes G-sync look kind of silly. What are your guys' thoughts? Edit: Nooooooo messed up the title "" Another article on Techreport.