VESA Adaptive Sync is nothing but ink on paper. For all intents and purposes Freesync = VESA Adaptive Sync (and now = G-Sync Compatible). There were no other widespread products than AMD Freesync ones. G-Sync is unrelated, it's Mr. Leather Jacket's cash cow. I have nothing against Nvidia starting to accept the reality and allowing Adaptive Sync compatibility, but I do say it's dodgy to try to couple it with the G-Sync name, which is an entirely different, closed technology controlled by Nvidia alone and nobody else, whereas Freesync is very close to VESA Adaptive Sync, so close that now many Freesync screens are also mysteriously G-Sync Compatible. Don't you think it's pretty strange "G-Sync Compatible" and "G-Sync" have got nothing to do with each other? That being said, I understand why Nvidia did it. I reckon they didn't see much choice from a marketing point of view. Everybody knows what G-Sync does and what it means for gamers, so it would have been a huge nuisance for the Nvidia marketing department to do anything else.