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Expectation: Nvidia would never allow some super löng non-validated gpu What i got: this
I do like this. It allows variable refresh to before accessible while still allowing for those who can afford it to get the most premium experience, however much better it is. That's interesting though because I did end up with an Rx 480 because I found a freesync monitor for way less than anything gsync.
i think this is happening amd is rising up faster and ever intel & nvidia are shitting them selfs so i think to work with them to slow then down maybe
If a car's gas tank was filled with urine from Chuck Norris, it would get 1,000,000 miles to the gallon and go to 0 to Mach 3 in 4.4 seconds.
has anybody else experienced screen tearing in youtube videos if adabtive sync is disabled in this version of the driver?!
...and deliver the Rock Bottom to AMD.
any idea when this will be out using HDMI?
I bought a element gaming free-sync monitor back in November 2018. Does this mean I can now use Nvidia G-Sync with it or not?
Ignorant men don't know what good they hold in their hands until they've flung it away.
It's a play against AMD to push FreeSync branding out of the monitor market.
Intel: Were going to support Freesync on our upcoming GPU's. That's why Nvidia decided to also support it. G-Sync only monitors that come with a premium price tag without better quality for the end user is a liability when the competition supports the lower cost to consumer alternative.
We NEVER expected NVIDIA to allow this... Wiki
We is the first-person plural personal pronoun (nominative case) in Modern English.. nvidia, g-sync, freesync, adaptive, refresh, variable, gaming, pc, stutter, tearing,