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    Two kinds of sync can make your PC gaming experience much better. But which one is for you?
    The decision boils down to one key choice: AMD or NVIDIA. Graphics cards from both companies will let you play the latest games at varying levels of detail and resolution, but at their core, they all do the same thing.
    When it comes to taking it up a gear, you have FreeSync, and you have G-Sync. Again, similar features, but the former is supported by AMD and the latter by NVIDIA.
    If you already made your graphics card choice and you don't plan on switching, the decision is probably already made. But if you're still in the buying process, let's break down a few key factors that can help you decide.

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    03-06-2017 10:20 AM

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