The sudden support for adaptive sync based G-Sync ever since the new driver release yesterday made a lot of people happy. If you have a monitor that supports Vesa adaptive sync of course. However there's some other news to be reported, only GeForce GTX 1000 and newer will get adaptive sync supported.
In the NVIDIA forums this has been confirmed by ManuelGuzman, who is responsible for NVIDIA customer care. He's also active here in the forums as ManuelG for those that wonder. Some users have been wondering as to why their card is not supporting adaptive sync, as it turns out now anything with a Maxwell GPU or older will not be supported. So that's pretty much the GeForce GTX 980 Ti and anything below.
Thanks, Urgertaler for the news submitted.