Nvidia Now Selling DIY G-Sync Upgrade Kits for Asus VG248QE Monitors

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PCWolf

Lets see... $200 + the time & work to install it, or just turn on V-Sync.... I'll turn on V-Sync & save myself $200.
Also, After watching the Video, no mention or warning about being careful and touching the Power Board that could contain Charged Capacitors that can kill you... Reminds of of that Kid who got killed when he dismantled his PSU & he touched a charged Capacitor.

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The Mac

So this takes away all your ports except displayport.

Aparently gsync only works with DP.

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poswm@yahoo.com

It looks like all you are doing is replacing the board with one from nvidia.

I have this monitor...but I have a 7950OC graphics card.

200$ is really pricey...

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THE_REAL_MAVERICK

After going to the ultra res croud, I can say I wouldn't bother doing any of this for under 2560x1440. For $250 I bought a Catleap 27" 2560x1440 and was able to OC it to 120Hz. Why on earth would I worry about these issues in a 24" screen?

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misterz100

Having this 144HZ monitor, this seems completely pointless to me :/ I think I'll live with the games that tear when they go over 144 FPS, I never had V Sync on for 60hz monitors anyway.\

If im missing the point that G Sync is to counteract the cons of Vsync on or off please correct me.

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NotYetRated

$$200?!?!?!? I would have definitely done this, for say....30 bucks. But $200?! No thanks!

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Neil6967

I'd buy the upgrade kit today if it was compatible with the Asus VG278HE (27", 3-D ready, 2ms, 144Hz)

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Unpwnable

VG278H and HE is #1 :)
I have it.

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maleficarus™

Cool! I watched the vid and anyone that can build a basic car model should be able to do this...