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Ooh G-Sync. Being forced to over pay out your ears for a monitor with some proprietary tech in it... yay. I think the idea is great but I like what AMD is doing with it better. This can be an open source thing that can be figured in to all GPU's and monitors going forward. NV just doesn't want it that way, who's gonna BUY Gsync when there is an already implemented open source free solution ?

Off topic I know, but hell this thread is already so far gone what's it matter. Can't even say AMD or Nvidia anymore without some whiny little fanbois turning the thread in to an all out e-peen fest.
Edited by CMI86 - 4/7/14 at 6:44am
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Originally Posted by JoHnYBLaZe View Post

AMD and Nvidia seem like the standard and luxury brands of the same company

For me, AMD has a certain lack of initiative that just seems suspect

Could also be piss poor R&D and marketing....who knows


"Standard and Luxury brands of the same Company"
Otherwise, known as market segmentation.
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Originally Posted by CMI86 View Post

Ooh G-Sync. Being forced to over pay out your ears for a monitor with some proprietary tech in it... yay. I think the idea is great but I like what AMD is doing with it better. This can be an open source thing that can be figured in to all GPU's and monitors going forward. NV just doesn't want it that way, who's gonna BUY Gsync when there is an already implemented open source free solution ?

Off topic I know, but hell this thread is already so far gone what's it matter. Can't even say AMD or Nvidia anymore without some whiny little fanbois turning the thread in to an all out e-peen fest.
The important thing is that there isn't an already implemented open source free solution, and there won't be one any time soon.
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The important thing is that there isn't an already implemented open source free solution, and there won't be one any time soon.

So that means everyone should just jump for joy and rush out and pour their hard earned cash in to proprietary tech ? No thanks I am not in that much of a hurry. With VESA now allegedly on board with FreeSync I think it becoming mainstream may be a lot closer than people that paid dearly for G-sync hardware would like to come to grips with.
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who's gonna BUY Gsync when there is an already implemented open source free solution ?.

There isn't an already-implemented open-source free solution, and there won't ever be. Unless the display manufacturers just feel like not charging you for developing the new hardware required to make it happen. Good luck on that!

And since when did paying for new tech become something people don't think they should have to do? I don't see anyone ranting and raving that the 780 and 290X should have been free and open source. Why is this different?
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There isn't an already-implemented open-source free solution, and there won't ever be. Unless the display manufacturers just feel like not charging you for developing the new hardware required to make it happen. Good luck on that!

And since when did paying for new tech become something people don't think they should have to do? I don't see anyone ranting and raving that the 780 and 290X should have been free and open source. Why is this different?

Oh c'mon you are just being facetious now and you know it. You are intentionally taking what I said out of context in an attempt to belittle the actual point of what I said. Which IS. Display manufacturers and GPU vendors CAN work together utilizing and further developing an open source technology to allow this to happen. Might it cost a little something for the extra couple chips involved, probably. That said all in all I dont think it will be that expensive at all. Whenever a company owns something proprietary and unique with no competition it's always astronomically expensive. Take apple and thunderbolt for example. A simple 1TB Thunderbolt drive is like $700 from apple and they fought tooth and nail to not have intel make the tech available openly. Why ? Because they want the MONEY !
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What about G-sync ?
You're right I forgot stating the obvious because I listed Freesync for AMD which was kinda a copy with no resources.
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So AMD gets credited for thinking of Freesync last year but Nvidia doesn't get credit for the original thought...Gsync? lachen.gif And what exactly is high res readyness
Sorry really I have tests I'm not that focused on the forum but yeah I should've listed it for Nvidia.

high res readyness is extra rops and a wider memory bus and better multi card scaling wink.gif
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Oooooooh-no you don't....

I'm not turning this into green vs red

Bottom line in my personal opinion and taste....

Why did AMD respond to the titan cooler with that cheap thing....big no-no....again IMO....where I'm concerned

Why did they take so long to fix crossfire? Improve drivers? I'll reiterate and repeat, that these are things I personally take issue with

Even after all that I will say, had it not been for mining, I would own aftermarket duel 290x, because none of these aforementioned things are more offensive than Nvidia's pricing

Speaking of which have any of you seen ebay prices?!? Should have waited and waterblocked some 290x's
Not turning it into green versus red that guy stated his openion so I chose to mention who was innovator and who was the one that actually brings things to market.
The list can go on and on but AMD is clearly the innovator and Nvidia the market pusher. rolleyes.gif

And I created a bash party people please focus on the node problem at hand.
As I called before I think a switch to GloFo will occur based on AMD's latest statement.
Edited by maarten12100 - 4/7/14 at 7:20am
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So how the driver smile.gif anyone ? im seeing some results in crysis and vally.
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Copying people a while later is innovation?
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Copying people a while later is innovation?
You're deliberately misinterpreting my words it seems.

But I can also twist your words so here I go:
Copying something turning it into a standard which only requires a capable card to introduce the Vblank signal and a monitor eDP internally with no transceiver is actually innovation.
Doing more with less is innovation thumb.gif
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