Originally Posted by Chakravant
AMD has been saying a lot when it comes to FreeSync. Talk is cheap. If I see tearing, I'm chalking it up to poor implementation on AMD's part until they show me otherwise. After missing their own 2014 holiday deadline, AMD is in Missouri when it comes to me and FreeSync. The Show Me State. I literally do not care what the AMD reps say any more. I can no longer trust their words. They have been caught in a marketing lie. I can only trust what I can see their products doing, and I see a tear. AMD's excuse does not matter. They should have thought of that before damaging their reputation by promising the sky and not delivering.
You should read and understand the tech before you talk. AMD delivered what they said, that tear below the VRR can be taken care of by vsync.
I'm speculating that they could write something in the drivers to smooth out the VRR edge by reading the monitors EDID and apply something special without using vysnc if they had to.
I just wonder what will happen when users start editing the EDIDs on their own?Edited by dir_d - 1/9/15 at 4:54pm