The 10 Best G-SYNC Gaming Laptops

Updated December 17, 2018 by Christopher Thomas

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We spent 24 hours on research, videography, and editing, to review the top selections for this wiki. For the time being, Nvidia leads the pack in mobile GPU performance, and their proprietary adaptive sync technology helps gamers take full advantage of the fastest such chipsets. If you don't like the tearing, artifacts, and dropped frames that can result when your graphic's card's output doesn't match your laptop's refresh rate, invest in one of these G-Sync-capable models. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to support our work. Skip to the best g-sync gaming laptop on Amazon.

10. MSI Titan GT75

9. Acer Predator Triton

8. MSI Titan GT63

7. Aorus X5 V8

6. Acer Predator Helios

5. Asus ROG Enthusiast

4. Asus Strix Scar Edition

3. Eluktronics PA71ES-G

2. Asus ROG Zephyrus

1. HP Omen

Editor's Notes

December 14, 2018: What a time to be a mobile gamer! The HP is a great choice, because it's a fantastic performer with a reasonable price tag. MSI makes a couple heavyweights, though they can cost quite a bit. You can't go wrong with pretty much anything from Asus, and Eluktronics is an interesting, upstart brand that appears to have great build quality. It costs an absurd amount for companies to license G-Sync technology, so you'll be hard-pressed to find anything much cheaper than the ones we've assembled. But it's worth it to dedicated gamers, partially because AMD's embedded, adaptive-sync-enabled chipsets may still be in our somewhat distant future.


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Last updated on December 17, 2018 by Christopher Thomas

A traveling chef, musician, and student of the English language, Chris can be found promoting facts and perfect copy around the globe, from dense urban centers to remote mountaintops. In his free time he revels in dispelling pseudoscience, while at night he dreams of modern technology, world peace, and the Oxford comma.


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