Actually i have the active Gsync module in my alienware 38.
Its not bad. You really can not hear it unless the fan is acting up and about to die.
Its not something i have noticed buzzing either like the ASUS / Acer Predator series has.
I also hear the Active Gsync Ultimate is better then the compatibility one.
But i guess its also down the GPU that you are gonna use, as Active Gsync is pointless if you don't have a Nvidia Videocard.
But for OLED there is no overdrive needed, and G-Sync module doesn't really offer a noticeable benefit, and has some drawbacks.
In this comparison of otherwise identical OLEDs which both have cooling fans, the one with G-Sync is noticeably louder.
Can you explain in more detail...
To my knowledge this was the difference which was improvement to HDR, and other stuff.
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Is it because OLED's dont have the 1000nit HDR and the chances of hitting that 175hz refresh rate is extremely difficult to pull off unless your on a 4090?
i think its more that the others do not have an active fan since there is no active gsync module.
But as i have stated, Alienware has a really nice Active module fan which is barely audible.
I really do not hear it, and sometimes forget there is a fan inside.