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Nvidia G-Sync Puts Processors Inside Your PC Monitor to Reduce Stutter and Lag

Stutter, lag, and tearing are "the bane of the existence of PC gamers," explains Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang. Even with a powerful graphics card in your computer, you won't necessarily get a smooth image because that GPU and the monitor will rarely be in perfect sync. Today, the company's announcing a solution: Nvidia wants to put a new board into your monitor, called G-Sync, to handle the relationship.

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