While some claimed that you can force enable the feature on FreeSync monitors that isn’t on the list of certified monitors, it’s not really recommended to do so. The list monitors has been tested by NVIDIA which meets the minimum requirement to enable company’s anti-tearing monitor technology without any issue.
NVIDIA recently expanded the list of G-SYNC compatible monitors, giving gamers more options to enjoy the once proprietary technology without breaking the bank. The list of newly added G-SYNC compatible FreeSync monitors can be found in the list below:
27GK750F (AUSUMPM/BKRUMPN )
According to NVIDIA, the new driver that adds the support for the list of monitors above will be available on April 23rd, which is next Tuesday. As of now, the list G-SYNC compatible FreeSync has been increase from the previous 17 to 24 in total.
You can refer to the full listing of G-SYNC Compatible displays here: https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/products/g-sync-monitors/specs/. The newly announced monitors will be added to the list by next week.