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I can just about handle flame war over gpu and cpu and in some cases its had me laughing, but now we are going to a buy a monitor that is dictated by a gpu.

Sad, sad, sad redface.gif

You just paid £620 for your Asus PG278Q ROG Swift 27" G-Sync 144Hz and the 390X comes out, twice as fast the Titan X

Ebay next day - I used card and monitor for sale biggrin.gif

Why? It's not like the monitor won't work with a different card. You lose the VRR but it doesn't make the monitor obsolete. And it works both ways, so it's not an Nvidia only problem.
Both sides should have made a universal standard. I don't know whose fault it is, but as a result we are all the losers with proprietary tech.
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Both sides should have made a universal standard. I don't know whose fault it is, but as a result we are all the losers with proprietary tech.
Intel will jump at the opportunity, unless these two assort it amongst themselves. WiDi, anyone?
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Both sides should have made a universal standard. I don't know whose fault it is, but as a result we are all the losers with proprietary tech.
Intel will jump at the opportunity, unless these two assort it amongst themselves. WiDi, anyone?
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Sounds like you're either blind, or you have no idea what you're talking about.

So people just dont notice it. I too been trying really hard comparing V-Sync to see for any visual different and it's not really there. I dont really need to go out and buy a VRR monitor. From what i hear is that VRR is good in low fps range.
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Both sides should have made a universal standard. I don't know whose fault it is, but as a result we are all the losers with proprietary tech.
That is easy to say but when you pour tons and tons of money in the R&D of a new technology, you want something in return and not go buddy buddy with your competitor that did nothing.
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Both sides should have made a universal standard. I don't know whose fault it is, but as a result we are all the losers with proprietary tech.

I'm still waiting for someone to explain why this requirement applies to variable refresh, but not to Geforce and Radeon.
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I'm still waiting for someone to explain why this requirement applies to variable refresh, but not to Geforce and Radeon.
We don't want our monitor choice to dictate our gpu choice or vice versa, just like it was before VRR
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We don't want our monitor choice to dictate our gpu choice or vice versa, just like it was before VRR

Pretty much this. thumb.gif
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I'm still waiting for someone to explain why this requirement applies to variable refresh, but not to Geforce and Radeon.

Monitors outlive gpu by a lot and it's annoying to know that if you buy a g sync monitor you are stuck with em for 5years to come or add 500$ to you next gpu upgrade.

Specially since vrr is a game changer and adoption rate need to be high. Vrr can be done in an open manners but obviously nvidia but head as they are don't want to. physx is all nice but its preaty minor compare to changing monitor. Would you want a monitor that only work with a proretary connector? I would not and so does any consumer.
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meh, choice is simple for me, 980 ti and Acer IPS 27"144hz 1440p gsync monitor, and im good to go for a solid 3 years.
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