Not in a direct way at least. The reason why I said what I said was that, if I were to find a perfect monitor that would fit into my gaming and everyday needs, currently that monitor will only exist in FreeSync, not G-Sync, meaning that if I were to use that technology, I'd have to choose AMD right now. But currently their most powerful GPU has already EoL'ed for a while, rest of their current GPUs are hard to come by due to the mining craze, and their next top dog is only matching what USED to be nV's top dog. I am using [H]'s TW3 benchmark as a basis for the kind of performance I am looking for, 60fps minimum at ultra settings, 1080 manages 60fps average, 1080ti is the card that closest GPU to fit the bill, but AMD has had nothing close to it, and this Vega doesn't look like it's going to cut it any time soon. Hence the extra disappointment in Vega. My ideal monitor is in their camp. It would be nice for nVidia supporting FreeSync, but with this current state of affairs, it could very well be the last nail in RTG's coffin because that's the only remaining advantage they have (abundance of cheaper FreeSync monitors). Once that's gone, there is nothing going for them. And it'd probably be in nV's best interest NOT to support FreeSync. I'll admit, I'd be much more surprised at nV supporting FreeSync than RX vega beating an 1080ti.