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G-sync on the razer blade?

Discussion in 'Systems' started by Soloduo11x, May 31, 2015.

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  1. Soloduo11x

    Soloduo11x New Member

    Last edited: May 31, 2015
  2. Lafar

    Lafar Well-Known Member

    *Razer :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

    The article talks about how the certified laptops were 75Hz monitors. I don't think the Blade's screen is 75Hz but rather 60Hz.

    It seems like the higher refresh rate was mandatory for Nvidia to approve G-Sync in those laptops.

    Nice find!
  3. All of those laptops were at 60Hz pushed to 75Hz. It sounds like laptop manufacturers had to send the displays to NVIDIA for G-sync approval / certification. During this process NVIDIA nudged the display to output 75Hz because they saw there was room for improvement. All this can be done through a nice driver update!

    The question is, has Razer sent in the Blade's panel for certification???
    Can Someone from Razer inform us on whether it can or cannot be G-sync capable?
    Also, is there room to increase the HZ?

    I want my Blade to be G-sync and 75Hz...
  4. smit99

    smit99 Member

    That would be cool
  5. up, really interested to know if it can or at least will it be on razer blade 2016?
  6. Not with any laptops with Optimus.
  7. elite.ire

    elite.ire Active Member

    If you are puzzled as to why laptops dont need gsync module like i was then this article may help :) LINK . Also gpu has to double as gsync module and gpu which would mean less fps/performance :S ?
  8. LordKarango

    LordKarango New Member

    All the laptops out right now that use gsync do not use optimus, and since the blade uses optimus, it likely wont be a thing for a while if at all.

    technically it is just a certification process that companies go through to enable gsync on their laptops, but I doubt anything will support it for anything other than newly released/ releasing products.
  9. HyperGamers

    HyperGamers Active Member

    That puzzles me too, I guess it is just that laptop screens need to be more portable and the normal monitors may as well have the module in there. They get $100 profit for each monitor they sell I guess?
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