Clearly not as by doing battle with G-Sync, because AMD didn't enforce restrictions/pay walling FreeSync their end-the war is all but over, FreeSync won. I think most don't realise why AIB's brought out lesser ranged FreeSync panels than their G-Sync panels, when the tech settled, it was choice driven by profit not restriction most gaming monitors are produced by aib's that provide both tech. Can imagine watching a tense movie scene or bricking yourself scared to walk down a sewer tunnel with visual/sound/lighting cues in full flow viewed in pitch dark on a huge home cinema setup waiting for a pin to drop that will never drop because there's a hoover Ronsealed to the wall drowning out the atmosphere... There is different BM's to claim quality, none of the two of them hit an absolute imo, I'm pretty sure there are thousands of vrr users basking in quality provided by FreeSync because it wasn't available on Nv pp, but a standardised feature set doesn't equate to a quality set by Gsync when a a quality can only be set by an affordable option over no option. G-Sync had some benefits, FreeSync had other benefits, both had their faults, one is thriving, the other is going mission dodo.