Nvidia finally gives in!

Discussion in 'Gaming (Software and Graphics Cards)' started by Danishblunt, Jan 9, 2019.

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  1. Kevin

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    Desktop users should've mutinied the moment laptops came out with hardware free G-Sync.
     
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    Believe @Prema said that 75hz is using edp freesync and over 75hz is using a hardware buffer somewhere in the video processing hardware.
     
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    The difference to me is that laptops did not see a huge premium increase when G-Sync appeared, unlike desktop monitors.
     
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    naturally (((jensen))) and (((Nvidia))) is a thing
     
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    That's because laptop panels are using VESA Adaptive Sync, like FreeSync does, and do not rely on proprietary GSync chips. And thus do not tack on the extra $100-500 cost for the GSync module.

    I'm curious to see if NV will somehow nerf this on laptop systems.
     
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