G-SYNC reduces input lag for fixed refresh rates too (emulators, etc.)

It is observed NVIDIA G-SYNC is also useful for low-latency fixed refresh rate applications as well: It accelerates frame delivery from GPU to monitor: Frames are delivered from GPU to monitor in 1/144sec instead of 1/60sec when running at 60Hz!

Low-lag fixed-refresh-rate G-SYNC has uses for emulators and other applications that requires a fixed refresh rate (e.g. 60Hz) with an ultra-low input lag.

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That’s the first time I hear DisplayPort introduces lag (especially a huge 16.67ms). Do you have a source?
What about DVI, HDMI and VGA?


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