Talk about NVIDIA G-SYNC, a variable refresh rate (VRR) technology. G-SYNC eliminates stutters, tearing, and reduces input lag. List of G-SYNC Monitors.
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No, you don't need to activate V-Sync anywhere to enable G-Sync. You can try G-Sync Pendulum app that allows you to better see the difference. https://www.nvidia.com/coolstuff/demos#!/g-sync
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I don't think G-SYNC monitors can display non-native resolutions with G-SYNC enabled, so you need to use GPU scaling if you want to use lower resolutions. For the native resolution, it doesn't matter.
Thought that as well for a long time, but it seems it is possible. Although in a limited (and quite useless) way:ToastyX wrote:I don't think G-SYNC monitors can display non-native resolutions with G-SYNC enabled
So for most intents and purposes it seems that yes, it's not possible, unless you're OK with a low refresh rate (which defeats the purpose of wanting a lower resolution to gain FPS.)