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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:49am 02/06/15 | 4 Comments
Origin PC has claimed its teaming up with NVIDIA G-Sync tech has resulted in the "smoothest and fastest gameplay ever on a laptop" with their EON17-X and EON15-X machines.

From the horse's mouth:
ORIGIN PC announced today NVIDIA’s revolutionary G-Sync technology will be available soon on their EON17-X and EON15-X custom gaming laptops. By synchronizing the display refresh rates to the GPU, G-SYNC eliminates screen tearing, minimizes display stutter and lowers input lag to deliver the very best gaming experience possible and for the first time ever it’s available on a laptop. Experience gaming in a whole new light with NVIDIA’s breakthrough G-SYNC display technology on ORIGIN PC’s EON17-X and EON15-X high-performance laptops launching June 2015!
    NVIDIA G-SYNC Ready EON17-X and EON15-X Features:
  • Smoothest and Fastest Gaming Experience on a Laptop
  • Seamless Gameplay Free from Stuttering
  • Eliminates Screen Tearing
  • Minimizes Input Lag
  • Display options will be available in both 1080p and 4K Resolutions
  • FREE Lifetime 24/7 US Based Support
Shame the final bullet-point applies strictly to the US, but there might be a similar option for Australians. Does anyone who frequents the site use either of Origin's laptops exampled above?

More info on the setup can be found by clicking here.

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Posted 11:59am 02/6/15

I'm more interested in the new monitors coming out

These two monitors are the ASUS PG279Q, a 1440P 144Hz IPS monitor and the Acer X34, a 34 inch ultra wide curved 3440x1440 monitor with a 75Hz IPS Screen. Both of these monitors should looks great, being high quality IPS panels and be great for gaming with G-Sync and above 60Hz refresh rates.

Posted 12:13pm 02/6/15
All this awesome gaming technology powered to your screen by a mobile version of a video card!
Posted 10:37pm 02/6/15
All this awesome gaming technology powered to your screen by a mobile version of a video card!

What GPU you got atm?
Posted 11:15pm 02/6/15
By synchronizing the display refresh rates to the GPU

Isn't that what vsync does?
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