NVIDIA G-Sync Pulsar technology was revealed at CES 2024, and it combines smooth variable refresh with the improved motion clarity of Ultra Low Motion Blur (ULMB). Put simply, it offers the benefits of both, all the while working together seamlessly to deliver the definitive gaming monitor experience.
G-Sync Pulsar includes a novel algorithm that dynamically adjusts strobing patterns to varying render rates, while the technology also intelligently controls the pulse’s brightness and duration—key to maintaining visual comfort and eliminating flicker. The ASUS ROG Swift PG27 Series G-SYNC gaming monitors will be some of the first to support the technology when they launch later this year.
With Adaptive Overdrive, G-SYNC Pulsar dynamically adjusts the rate at which pixels transition from one color to another, a vital technique to reduce motion blur and ghosting. This process is complicated by VRR technology, where the refresh rate fluctuates in tandem with the GPU’s output. G-SYNC Pulsar’s solution modulates overdrive based on both screen location and refresh rate—ensuring that clarity and blur reduction are maintained across a spectrum of speeds, and across the entire screen space,” said NVIDIA.