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Welcome to the start of a new era. Following the release of the Geforce driver 417.71, Nvidia have stuck to their CES promise of delivering Gsync functionality to Freesync monitors. Thus, if you have a freesync monitor and an Nvidia graphics card, now you will be able to further reap the benefits of the Nvidia card.

However, depending on the monitor you have, it might not be quite plug-and-play. Although Gsync might be enabled by default on some Freesync monitors, such monitors would have to be certified by Nvidia as being Gsync compatible. To be Gsync compatible, a monitor would have to pass through various tests carried out by Nvidia. As of the launch of the Geforce driver 417.71, only 12 Freesync monitors were actually certified as GSync compatible from a total of 400 monitors, currently resulting in only a 3% pass rate.

If the Freesync monitor is not marked as Gsync compatible by Nvidia, you would still be able to enable the Gsync feature manually through the Nvidia control panel, however, there is the risk of experiencing stuttering or screen tearing.

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There are also other caveats as well. First and foremost, although HDMI and Displayport are supported, only the HDMI 2.1 standard and Displayport 1.4a are supported. Thus, you will have to have at minimum a monitor and cables which support these standards as a minimum.

Furthermore, Running Gsync on a Freesync monitor is only suppored on 10xx and 20xx cards and above. So if you have a 980Ti or similar cards you are out of luck.

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This presents a challenge when in the market to buy a new monitor. If you are interested in buying a Freesync monitor because it is either cheaper or better than its Gsync counterpart but want to reap the benefits of Gsync, you’d have to scour the internet to check if the monitor you’re intersted in has been tested by someone else to see if Gsync works. In this regard, IO.MT is bringing you an exhaustive and up-to-date list for you of Gsync compatible Freesync monitors and uncertified monitors which work with Gsync when enabling the option manually.

Official List by Nvidia

Type Manufacturer Model HDR Size LCD Type Resolution Variable Refresh Rate Range Variable Overdrive
G-SYNC HDR HP Omen X65 Yes 65 VA 3840x2160 (4K) 1-144Hz Yes
G-SYNC HDR Acer X27 Yes 27 IPS 3840x2160 (4K) 1-144Hz Yes
G-SYNC HDR Asus PG27UQ Yes 27 IPS 3840x2160 (4K) 1-144Hz Yes
G-SYNC Acer XB321HK No 31.5 IPS 3840x2160 (4K) 1-60Hz Yes
G-SYNC Acer XB281HK No 28 TN 3840x2160 (4K) 1-60Hz Yes
G-SYNC Acer XB280HK No 28 TN 3840x2160 (4K) 1-60Hz Yes
G-SYNC Acer XB273KP No 27 IPS 3840x2160 (4K) 1-144Hz Yes
G-SYNC Acer XB271HK No 27 IPS 3840x2160 (4K) 1-60Hz Yes
G-SYNC AOC AG271UG No 27 IPS 3840x2160 (4K) 1-60Hz Yes
G-SYNC Asus PG27AQ No 27 IPS 3840x2160 (4K) 1-60Hz Yes
G-SYNC Acer Z35P No 35 VA 3440x1440 (WQHD) 1-120Hz (OC) Yes
G-SYNC AOC AG352UCG6 No 35 VA 3440x1440 (WQHD) 1-120Hz Yes
G-SYNC HP Animus No 35 VA 3440x1440 (WQHD) 1-100Hz Yes
G-SYNC Acer X34 No 34 IPS 3440x1440 (WQHD) 1-120Hz (OC) Yes
G-SYNC Acer X34P No 34 IPS 3440x1440 (WQHD) 1-100Hz (OC) Yes
G-SYNC Asus PG349Q No 34 IPS 3440x1440 (WQHD) 1-120Hz Yes
G-SYNC Asus PG348 No 34 IPS 3440x1440 (WQHD) 1-100Hz (OC) Yes
G-SYNC Dell AW3418DW No 34 IPS 3440x1440 (WQHD) 1-120Hz (OC) Yes
G-SYNC LG 34GK950G No 34 IPS 3440x1440 (WQHD) 1-120Hz (OC) Yes
G-SYNC Acer Z321QU No 31.5 VA 2560x1440 (QHD) 1-165Hz Yes
G-SYNC LG 32GK850 No 31.5 VA 2560x1440 (QHD) 1-165Hz Yes
G-SYNC LG 32GK50 No 31.5 VA 2560x1440 (QHD) 1-165Hz Yes
G-SYNC Acer XB270HU_C No 27 IPS 2560x1440 (QHD) 1-165Hz Yes
G-SYNC Acer XB271HU_A No 27 TN 2560x1440 (QHD) 1-165Hz Yes
G-SYNC Acer XB271H_C No 27 IPS 2560x1440 (QHD) 1-165Hz Yes
G-SYNC Acer XB271H_UD No 27 IPS 2560x1440 (QHD) 1-165Hz Yes
G-SYNC Acer Z271U No 27 TN 2560x1440 (QHD) 1-165Hz Yes
G-SYNC AOC AG273QCG No 27 TN 2560x1440 (QHD) 1-165Hz Yes
G-SYNC AOC AG271QG No 27 IPS 2560x1440 (QHD) 1-165Hz Yes
G-SYNC AOC AG322QCG No 27 VA 2560x1440 (QHD) 1-165Hz Yes
G-SYNC Asus PG278Q No 27 TN 2560x1440 (QHD) 1-144Hz Yes
G-SYNC Asus PG279 No 27 IPS 2560x1440 (QHD) 1-165Hz Yes
G-SYNC Asus PG278QR No 27 TN 2560x1440 (QHD) 1-165Hz Yes
G-SYNC Asus PG27VQ No 27 TN 2560x1440 (QHD) 1-165Hz Yes
G-SYNC Dell S2716DG No 27 TN 2560x1440 (QHD) 1-144Hz Yes
G-SYNC HP Cyclone No 27 TN 2560x1440 (QHD) 1-165Hz Yes
G-SYNC ViewSonic XG2703GS No 27 TN 2560x1440 (QHD) 1-165Hz Yes
G-SYNC ViewSonic XG2760 No 27 IPS 2560x1440 (QHD) 1-165Hz Yes
G-SYNC AOC AG241QG No 24 TN 2560x1440 (QHD) 1-165Hz Yes
G-SYNC Acer XB241YU No 23.8 TN 2560x1440 (QHD) 1-165Hz Yes
G-SYNC Dell S2417DG No 23.8 TN 2560x1440 (QHD) 1-144Hz Yes
G-SYNC Acer Z35 No 35 VA 2560x1080 (WFHD) 1-200Hz Yes
G-SYNC Dell AW3418HW No 34 IPS 2560x1080 (WFHD) 1-144Hz Yes
G-SYNC LG 34UC89G No 34 IPS 2560x1080 (WFHD) 1-144Hz Yes
G-SYNC Acer Z321Q No 31.5 VA 1920x1080 (FHD) 1-144Hz Yes
G-SYNC Acer Z301C No 30 VA 1920x1080 (FHD) 1-144Hz Yes
G-SYNC Acer XB270HA No 27 TN 1920x1080 (FHD) 1-144Hz Yes
G-SYNC Acer XB272 No 27 TN 1920x1080 (FHD) 1-240Hz Yes
G-SYNC Acer Z271A No 27 VA 1920x1080 (FHD) 1-144Hz Yes
G-SYNC Acer XB252Q No 24.5 TN 1920x1080 (FHD) 1-240Hz Yes
G-SYNC Acer XN253QX No 24.5 TN 1920x1080 (FHD) 1-240Hz Yes
G-SYNC Acer XN253QP No 24.5 TN 1920x1080 (FHD) 1-144Hz Yes
G-SYNC AOC AG251FG No 24.5 TN 1920x1080 (FHD) 1-240Hz Yes
G-SYNC Asus PG258Q No 24.5 TN 1920x1080 (FHD) 1-240Hz Yes
G-SYNC Dell AW2518H No 24.5 TN 1920x1080 (FHD) 1-240Hz Yes
G-SYNC HP Omen X25 No 24.5 TN 1920x1080 (FHD) 1-240Hz Yes
G-SYNC MSI NXG251 No 24.5 TN 1920x1080 (FHD) 1-240Hz Yes
G-SYNC ViewSonic XG2560 No 24.5 TN 1920x1080 (FHD) 1-240Hz Yes
G-SYNC Acer XB240 No 24 TN 1920x1080 (FHD) 1-144Hz Yes
G-SYNC Acer XB241H No 24 TN 1920x1080 (FHD) 1-180Hz (OC) Yes
G-SYNC AOC G2460PG No 24 TN 1920x1080 (FHD) 1-144Hz Yes
G-SYNC Asus PG248Q No 24 TN 1920x1080 (FHD) 1-180Hz (OC) Yes
G-SYNC Compatible Acer XV273K Yes 27 IPS 3840x2160 48-120Hz No
(UHD 4K)
G-SYNC Compatible Agon AG241QG4 No 24 TN 2560x1440 (QHD) 30-144Hz No
G-SYNC Compatible Asus MG278Q No 27 TN 2560x1440 (QHD) 40-144Hz No
G-SYNC Compatible Acer XG270HU No 27 TN 2560x1080 (QHD) 40-144Hz No
G-SYNC Compatible Acer XZ321Q No 32 VA 1920x1080 (FHD) 48-144Hz No
G-SYNC Compatible Asus XG248 No 24 TN 1920x1080 (FHD) 48-240Hz No
G-SYNC Compatible BenQ XL2740 NO 27 TN 1920x1080 (FHD) 48-240Hz No
G-SYNC Compatible Acer XFA240 No 24 TN 1920x1080 (FHD) 48-144Hz No
G-SYNC Compatible AOC G2590FX No 24.5 TN 1920x1080 (FHD) 30-146Hz No
G-SYNC Compatible Asus VG278Q No 27 TN 1920x1080 (FHD) 40-144Hz No
G-SYNC Compatible Asus XG258 No 24.5 TN 1920x1080 (FHD) 48-240Hz No
G-SYNC Compatible Asus VG258Q No 24.5 TN 1920x1080 (FHD) 40-144Hz No

Unofficial list

Monitor Brand Model Panel Type Freesync range Issues
Acer VG270U IPS 40-144hz Working.
Acer XF270HU IPS 40-144Hz GSync compatible, testing
Acer XR341CK IPS 30-75hz Need to enable in "Setup G-SYNC" section in Nvidia control panel. Adaptive refresh working in AMD Windmill demo. Windows UI is smooth at >60hz
Acer ED242QR VA 48-144 Hz Seems to work perfectly, strange color changes in Pendulum demo, others seem fine
Acer ED347CKR VA 48-100Hz Brightness flickering at around 60fps and below. Mostly fine above 60fps, occasional flicker.
Acer XF270HUA AHVA = IPS 40-144hz No issues yet, works as intended. Overwatch and PUBG works flawlessly. I will test BF V later today. Although I am capped at 144 fps generally, I will tweak settings to not to.
AOC Q3279VWFD8 IPS 48-75 Hz Seems to work so far, must be enabled in NV Control Panel. Enabling in the Monitor Menu not needed.
AOC AG251FZ TN 48-240Hz Nvidia Control Panel > Set up G-SYNC > "Selected Display is not validated as G-Sync Compatible". I can checkmark Enable G-Sync and Enable Settings for Display model though.
AOC AG271QX TN 30-144hz TBC
AOC G2590PX TN 30-144Hz it just werks™ - Gsync automatically enabled itself after driver installation
AOC G2590FX TN 30-144hz Monitor was divided in two sections, changing refresh rate to 120 and back to 144 solved issue. Extreme ghosting and sttutering fixed by restarting PC
AOC AG322QC4 VA 48-144hz Will test later
AOC AG322QCX AOC 48-144hz Will test later
AOC C24G1 VA 40-144hz While it was set on a strong overdrive there was a lot of Motion Blur fixed by going from strong to medium
AOC C24G1/75 VA 48-144hz TBD
AOC Q3279VWF VA
AOC G2790X TN 30-144hz will test later
mbest pm27c IPS 144hz pendulum no ghosting, doom smooth, bdo smooth, ac oddysey smooth, need to manually activate gsync
Pixio (IT WORKS) PX-277N IPS up to 144hz None found yet, still testing
Asus MG279Q IPS 57-144 (OCed Monitor) Works with warhammer 2, witcher 3 tested No flickering anymore. lower fps than freesync range is converted into fps x2 Hz. As good as any validated monitor gets i assume. There might be issues at exactly 144fp due to rounding, would need to OC the pixel clock by 1mhz
Asus MG279Q IPS 35-90 Works: Warhammer 2 @ 60 fps (definitely tearing without freesync), vesperia @ 90 fps, witcher 3 @ 90 fps. Flickering at certain fps ranges if monitor set to 144 hz. Can be fixed by overclocking freesync range to 57-144
Asus MG279Q IPS 56 - 144 Hz (CRU extended) Working after CRU edit, complete with LFC. Out of the box does not work (see row below); 56 Hz works as well, but pendulum demo shows LFC kicks in around 65 fps (monitor says >120hz)
Asus MG279Q IPS 35 - 90 Hz PUBG lobby@60 FPS: https://giant.gfycat.com/UncommonScarceInexpectatumpleco.webm; does not respect 35-90Hz range in any game; LFC broken? flickers at ~60-70 fps
Dell SE2717H IPS 48-75hz
LG 27MU67-B IPS 40-60 Hz Stutters by overshooting 60 fps - Testing in progress
LG 27UD59 IPS 40-60 Hz Will test later
LG 27UD60 IPS 40 - 60 Hz Stutters at first, then tried to change monitor Freesync setting from extended to basic, and then extended, and solved stuttering problem
LG 27UD68-W IPS 40-60Hz Works in GSYNC Demo without issue, Edit: Got Frame Skipping in UFO - Test
LG 27UD68-W IPS 40-60Hz Works in GSync Demo. With CRU extend 36-61 and now works on 40/50/60Hz. It's wonderful
LG 27UD68P IPS 40-60 Hz Works very well indeed! Playing The Witcher 3 4k @ 45-55fps. Works much better than expected!
LG 27UK650W IPS 40-60 Hz Working
LG 29UM67 IPS 40-75 Hz Frame skipping at 75Hz, G-sync compatible at 60 Hz, edited range to 30-60 Hz via CRU.
LG 29UM68-P IPS 40-75 Hz Will test later
LG 29UM69G-B IPS 40-75 Hz Frame skipping test passed, im going to check R6 and couple more games and will report back (Edit1:works fine but sometimes the VRR image will have "tearing" for like 0.5 seconds you cant really notice this but only on walls if you spam AD while leaning)
LG 34UC79G-B IPS 50-144hz TBD
LG 34uc88-b IPS 55-75 Hz Works in GSYNC Demo without issue, Edit: Got Frame Skipping in UFO - Test
LG 34UM68-P IPS 40-75hz Will test later
LG 38UC99 IPS 52-75Hz Will test later
LG 34UM69G-B IPS 40-75 Mostly working. Locking FPS at 75 keeps it running nicely in the pendulum demo and Black Ops 4 (minimal tearing with fast movements). Happy enough to continue trying to use it!
LG 27UD58-B IPS 40-60 No flickering but heavy tearing at 40 fps. stuttering at 50, from 60 up everything seems normal
LG 27gk750f-b TN 240 Hz Works good after reinstalling driver with DDU.
LG 34UC79G-B IPS 50-144hz Occasional blinking that is rectified by power cycling the monitor.
LG 24mp59g TN 40-75 Works fine as long as you use 41-75 Hz. 40 is problematic
Nixeus 27UK650W IPS 30-144 Doesn't seem like any
Nixeus EDG27 IPS 30-144hz Working. Tested with G-Sync Pendulum Demo, BFV.
Asus MG279Q IPS 56-144Hz (CRU extended) TBD
Acer XF240H TN Not specified Tested in Rainbow 6siege, working normal so far. (Overdrive set at normal)
Asus VG278G TN 50-144 Hz Testing more after work, but works so far in PUBG/Black Mesa
BenQ G-MASTER GB2730WSU-B1 TN 40-144Hz Able to enable G-sync now, Monitor blackscreens afterwards, not sure why. Had to go to safemode and DDU
Dell S2719DGF TN 40 - 144 Hz (155 Hz OC) Activated G-Sync manually, tried AC:Odyssey. Apparently it works well!
HP 27XQ 27XQ 27XQ Working Testing with BF3, GTA V, G-Sync Pendel Demo.
iiyama G-MASTER GB2488HSU TN 36-144 Hz (CRU extended) Glitching and artifacts in PUBG, works only partially. Little stutters in the Pendulum demo. When I set the range back to 23 - 120 Hz (monitor default) - the PC crashed with extreme artifacts on the screen.
Iiyama G-MASTER GB2488HSU-B3 TN 45 - 120 Hz Not working (No option available in driver)
iiyama G-MASTER GB2783QSU-B1 TN 48-75 Hz Working (Nvidia G-Sync Pendulum Demo, AC: Odyssey, Guild Wars 2) --> with Freesync enabled in display settings
Nixeus 27UK650W TN 30-144Hz Working as intended, no issue on Battlefield V
ViewSonic VX2257 TN 48-75hz Tested DayZ and PUBG so far with NO issues will update when more games are tested
Viewsonic XG2401 TN 144hz Working great even though monitor is not compatible. Games tested so far Forza Horizon 4, Monster Hunter World, Assasins Creed Odyssey
Dell Alienware aw2518hf TN+film up to 240 hz gpu temp +4C, 30hz still works
BenQ EX3501R VA 40-100Hz Working / No Issues even with HDR ON ( Forza horizon 3,4 / BF1 / Mass Effect Andromeda / Pendulum Demo)
MSI G24C VA 48 - 144Hz (120Hz HDMI) Tried G-SYNC Pendulum Demo, R6S and PUBG. Working perfectly / No issues
MSI G24C VA ~90-144Hz Working in overwatch, testing bfv later.
MSI MPG27CQ VA 48-144hz Works without issues that Ive noticed so far. Played DBD,Overwatch, KF2. No blinking detected, no blurring of image. Tested pendulum demo to confirm gsync is enabled by toggling
MSI MPG27CQ VA 48~144 Hz Each game needs to be set up accordingly to eliminate ghosting and artifacts (OSD and in-game settings)
Pixio PX347c Prime VA 80-100 (advertised) Not appearing to be recognized in driver
Samsung C24FG70 VA 38-144 (CRU) Mostly stable image but a little bit of flickering in some scenes, still testing.
Samsung C49HG90 VA 48 - 144 Hz
Samsung C24FG70 VA 70-144 I've got it working with the pendulum demo once (It did work very smoothly, but some ghosting was visible), but many games have had singificant issues. Lots of stuttering occuring, double frame ghosting, etc. Possibly may be my setup being problematic as opposed to the monitor. Problems appear to be more bugs with my drivers than actual issues with the hardware. Further testing required. (UPDATE) Okay I've got it working in The Talos Principle, I never knew anything could look so smooth... This is really quite something once you get it working. A new bug I've noticed is that the resolution not optimal message has shown up a few times. Not sure why, mucking around with the OSD for a while has got rid of it so far. A quick google on that suggests that my CRU edits might be the cause.
Samsung C34F791 WQN (a.k.a. CF791) VA Will test Jan 15, afternoon (~1PM EST), if no one else does
iiyama PL2783Q TN 48-70 Pendulum not Working. Windmill works only above 55Hz.
Samsung C27HG70 VA 48-144Hz Ghosting above 60-100fps
Insignia NS-PMG278 TN 40-144Hz Working, no issues. Tested in Black Ops 4, Overwatch, Rainbow Six Siege
LG 38UC99 IPS 56-75 Hz
Insignia NS-PMG278 TN 40-144 Hz No visible issues in Pendulum demo, fully working in Titanfall 2, Warframe, Overwatch, etc. @ 1440p. Windmill Demo reports incompatible display, yet appears to have working VRR.
Nixeus NX-VUE24 TN 30Hz - 144Hz It works = No Ghosting in Windmill Demo (non public test tool) with Over Drive OFF, FPS Doubles/Tripling when below 30FPS/30Hz
Nixeus NX-EDG27 IPS/AHVA 30Hz - 144Hz It works = No Ghosting in Windmill Demo (non public test tool) with Over Drive OFF, FPS Doubles/Tripling when below 30FPS/30Hz
Nixeus NX-EDG27240 TN 35Hz - 240Hz It works = No Ghosting in Windmill Demo (non public test tool) with Over Drive OFF, FPS Doubles/Tripling when below 35FPS/35Hz
BenQ Zowie XL2730 TN 40Hz-144Hz testing...
BenQ EX3203R VA 48 - 144Hz Can enable g-sync in pendulum demo and it looks good. but ingame i get a blackscreen every few sec. and see a lot of tearing (overwatch, pubg)
Acer VG270UP IPS 40 - 144Hz It works fine thus far on the Gsync pendullum test. No tearing or ghosting. Just finishing BFV update, will test ASAP
Prism+ X340 VA 40 - 100Hz Wrosk fine with GSync Pendullum test and UFOtest.
LG 32UD59-B.BWZ VA 45-60Hz
LG 34UM88 IPS 40-60 Hz
Dell Alienware aw2518hf TN+film up to 240Hz gpu temp +4C, 30hz still works
Dell Alienware aw2518hf TN+film up to 240Hz
Samsung C24FG70 VA 38-144Hz (CRU) Mostly stable image but a little bit of flickering in some scenes, still testing.
Samsung C24FG70 VA 70-144Hz Graphic hitching, stuttering in games. Absent of flickering. Not a positive experience.
Samsung C24FG70 VA 70-144Hz
Samsung C24FG70 VA 70-144Hz (ultimate engine) Major ghosting after turning on G-sync. Manually restarting the monitor seemed to fix the issue. Tested with Windmill demo, Doom, and Quake Champions with good results
Samsung C27HG70 VA 48-144Hz Ghosting above 60-100fps in pendulum
Samsung C27HG70 VA 48-144Hz Works fine for me: /watch?v=jmXR04jmfo4 testet in Destiny 2 in 90-110 fps range and Nvidia Pendulum, i feel like it takes a minute after activating to fully work
Samsung C34F791 VA 48-100Hz Ult (80-100Hz Stnd) Only ultimate engine in monitors settings works from what I've seen, though I could be wrong. It works the same as an amd card, so it syncs frames, but has flickering issues and occasional dropped frames
Samsung C34F791 VA 48-100Hz (Ult) 80-100Hz (Std) None, works great in COD WW2, BLOPS 4, and Quake Champions
Samsung C34H890 VA 60-100Hz (Ultimate engine) Can do lower than 60Hz via CRU however image flickers
Samsung C49HG90 VA 48-144Hz Mostly stable image but a little bit of flickering in some scenes, still testing.
Samsung C49HG90 VA 48-144Hz Stable, flicker occured only when using windowed mode, full screen and looking good!
LG 27UD58P IPS 40-60Hz Works fine with overwatch however pendulum test showed serious tearing. FIXED by capping framerate at 59Hz in RTSS
MSI G27C2 TN? 22-220 hz No issues in pendulum test or Kingdom come deliverance 44 - 220 FPS
ACER XF270HU IPS
Insignia NS-PMG278 TN 40-144Hz Fully working in Pendulum, Overwatch, Warframe, Titanfall 2. Windmill Demo appears to work despite error in display detection.
LG 24GM79G-B TN Up to 144Hz Some hitching during setup, works good in WoW/Blops4 so far tested fine, pendulum good if high fps
Acer XF270HU IPS 40-144Hz Tested Shadow Of The Tomb Raider, XCOM 2, Subnautica, Elite Dangerous. No issues.
HP Omen 25 TN 40-144Hz? Pendulum looked fine, game testing soon
Samsung U28H750 TN Ultimate engine 40-60 Works randomly, Maybe issue with syncronisation g-sync driver/fw, reset monitor can solve it, but very random, if works is perfect for Pandulum Demo and RE2 remake demo
Samsung U28E590 TN 40-60 Same syncronisation driver/ monitor fw issue, get black screen flashing artefact and terring
BenQ EX3501r VA 48-100 (48-98) I tested two games and screen could only run in 60 hz which is quite useless, at 98 it turned black. Maybe it could be due to i only have mini-DP i got with the screen with out-DP Adapter.
Asus MX34VQ IPS 48-144
Nixeus NX-VUE24 TN 30-144Hz Tested in Squad, R6 no issues minor stuttering/screen flicker in Escape From Tarkov
LG 27UD68 IPS 30-60 tested in Final Fantasy XIV and pendulum no stutter or flickering. Needs to be enabled through OSD first.
ACER XF270HU IPS 40-144Hz Seems to work well, tested Rainbow 6 Siege, Battlefield 1, Black Ops 4, and the pendulum demo. Noticed zero issues.
Acer XF270HU IPS 40 - 144Hz Tested Shadow Of The Tomb Raider, XCOM 2, Subnautica, Elite Dangerous. No issues.
AOC g2460pf TN 35-146Hz CRU reports just have to turn on freesync in driver and it works great...also 200$
AOC AG322QWG4 / AG322QCX VA 40-144hz (CRU extended) - 48 -144hz Battlefront I / CSGO / Rise of Tomb Rider / Pendullum test
AOC Q3279WG5B / Q3279VWF VA 40-75hz (CRU extended) - 48 - 75hz Battlefront I / CSGO / Rise of Tomb Rider / Pendullum test
Asus MG28U Not working, pendulum test tears more than vsync. 60 FPS constant
Crossover 34U100 VA 45-100Hz Works great, there is a flicker during loading screens for some reason, but not during any gameplay (except Escape From Tarkov for some reason). Tested on Pendulum, Windmill, PUBG, Subnautica, and Shadow of Tomb Raider. can post videos if anyone wants
iiyama G2530HSU-B1 TN 40-75Hz (28-75Hz CRU) Works great out of box. I even extended VRR to 28-75 Hz via CRU - still works great.
LG 32UL950-W IPS 40-60Hz Works. Pendulum, Monster Hunter World, AC: Odyssey all work correctly.
LG 24GM79G-B TN Up to 144Hz Some hitching during setup, works good in WoW/Blops4 so far tested fine
MSI G24C VA 48 - 144Hz (120Hz HDMI) Tried G-SYNC Pendulum Demo, R6S and PUBG. Working perfectly / No issues
MSI G24C VA ~90-144Hz Working in overwatch, testing bfv later.
MSI MPG27CQ VA 48-144hz Works without issues that Ive noticed so far. Played DBD,Overwatch, KF2. No blinking detected, no blurring of image. Tested pendulum demo to confirm gsync is enabled by toggling
MSI MPG27CQ VA 48~144 Hz Each game needs to be set up accordingly to eliminate ghosting and artifacts (OSD and in-game settings)
MSI G27C2 TN 40-220 hz No issues in pendulum test or kingdom come deliverance 45 fps to 88 fps
Nixeus 27UK650W IPS 30-144 Doesn't seem like any
Nixeus EDG27 IPS 30-144hz Working. Tested with G-Sync Pendulum Demo, BFV.
Nixeus 27UK650W TN 30-144Hz Working as intended, no issue on Battlefield V
Nixeus NX-VUE24 TN 30Hz - 144Hz It works = No Ghosting in Windmill Demo (non public test tool) with Over Drive OFF, FPS Doubles/Tripling when below 30FPS/30Hz
Nixeus NX-EDG27 IPS/AHVA 30Hz - 144Hz
Nixeus NX-EDG27240 TN 35Hz - 240Hz It works = No Ghosting in Windmill Demo (non public test tool) with Over Drive OFF, FPS Doubles/Tripling when below 35FPS/35Hz
Prism+ X340 VA 40 - 100Hz Wrosk fine with GSync Pendullum test and UFOtest.
Samsung C24FG70 VA 38-144 (CRU) Mostly stable image but a little bit of flickering in some scenes, still testing.
Samsung C49HG90 VA 48 - 144 Hz
Samsung C24FG70 VA 70-144 I've got it working with the pendulum demo once (It did work very smoothly, but some ghosting was visible), but many games have had singificant issues. Lots of stuttering occuring, double frame ghosting, etc. Possibly may be my setup being problematic as opposed to the monitor. Problems appear to be more bugs with my drivers than actual issues with the hardware. Further testing required. (UPDATE) Okay I've got it working in The Talos Principle, I never knew anything could look so smooth... This is really quite something once you get it working. A new bug I've noticed is that the resolution not optimal message has shown up a few times. Not sure why, mucking around with the OSD for a while has got rid of it so far. A quick google on that suggests that my CRU edits might be the cause.
Samsung C34F791 WQN (a.k.a. CF791) VA Will test Jan 15, afternoon (~1PM EST), if no one else does
Samsung C27HG70 VA 48-144Hz Ghosting above 60-100fps
Viewsonic XG2401 TN 144hz Working great even though monitor is not compatible. Games tested so far Forza Horizon 4, Monster Hunter World, Assasins Creed Odyssey
ViewSonic VX2257 TN 48-75hz Tested DayZ and PUBG so far with NO issues will update when more games are tested
Viotek GN24C VA
Viotek GN27DB VA 40-144Hz
Optix G27C2 TN 40-144Hz Works well in Shadow of the Tomb Raider
AOC G2460VQ6 TN 35-75hz Seems to work perfectly fine in Guild Wars 2, World of Warcraft and the Pendulum demo shows a slight smoothing of framerate compared to v-sync on. Blurbusters UFO test shows same smoothing as Pendulum demo. So far so good!
ACER XF270HU IPS 40-144Hz Seems to work well, tested Rainbow 6 Siege, Battlefield 1, Black Ops 4, and the pendulum demo. Noticed zero issues.
HP Omen 32 - W9S97AA#ABA VA 48-75Hz Seems to work great - no stuttering, buttery smooth in Pendulum
ViewSonic XG2402 TN 48-144Hz No issues that I've noticed. Only tested it on Monster Hunter: World so far, will update once I've tried something else.
ViewSonic XG2401 TN 48-144Hz Works flawlessly in Assassin's Creed: Odyssey, Shadow Warrior 2. Will keep updating later
Samsung C34F791 VA 48-100Hz (Ult) 80-100Hz (Std) Brightness flickering in some games and tests (ie. Pendulum), doesnt happen if you set the monitor on 60hz but FreeSync on (odd), sounds like driver problem ALSO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9gCh7arYf1w
MSI G24C VA 40-144hz Loads of flickering on pendulum and CS GO menu, lessens after 20 minutes while playing a match
MSI G24C VA 48 - 144hz flickered on pendulum at first, restarted application. Was running fine after that. Tested with Overwatch, TW3, Tomb Raider, MHW, no problems
AOC AG241QG4 TN 144Hz
Samsung C24FG73 VA 70-144 Hz (CRU) Seems to be working with small issues, I had to turn the Monitor off and back on some times to eliminate ghosting/flickering and in FH4 it capped my FPS to 92 somehow but the Pendulum Test, PUBG, and Toomb Raider worked
Asus XG27VQ VA 48-144 Hz None
AOC (AGON) AG271QX TN 30-144Hz None
Acer XF270HU IPS 40-144hz None. Tested Pendulum demo and PUBG and don't see any issues.
LG 38UC99-W IPS 52-75hz When you first enable Freesync on the monitor, any custom color settings may get reset, you'll have to set them back
LG 34GK950F IPS