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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

Personally I don't care anymore - I'm so sick of stagnation in display market that I'm willing to compromise a lot for perfect 144Hz IPS VRR monitor.

Then I'm done with displays until 4k 120+ Hz Oleds with VRR are released
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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.
So you want them to poor trucks of money in it for the development but after its designed want them to give it away for free? I am having such a hard time seeing this argument.
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So you want them to poor trucks of money in it for the development but after its designed want them to give it away for free? I am having such a hard time seeing this argument.
They don't have to give it anything away, just add support for adaptive sync and they can continue to keep their gsync as niche as they think it is.
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So you want them to poor trucks of money in it for the development but after its designed want them to give it away for free? I am having such a hard time seeing this argument.

I think you are overestimating the development cost of vrr, AMD did it and they are not really in a position of throwing money out of the window.
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They don't have to give it anything away, just add support for adaptive sync and they can continue to keep their gsync as niche as they think it is.
Adding support to a competitor to something they designed? Yea i am sure every company in the world would jump on that.
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I think you are overestimating the development cost of vrr, AMD did it and they are not really in a position of throwing money out of the window.
AMD did nothing, they went to VESA and asked the monitor developers to do it for them. The only thing they did was design drivers.
I can't believe people still think AMD developed anything except the software part.
Edited by Assirra - 3/28/15 at 9:24am
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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.

When I got my current monitor, my GPU was a 7900 GS. thumb.gif

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Adding support to a competitor to something they designed? Yea i am sure every company in the world would jump on that.
They didn't design it no, that's the beauty of it, they just have to add support for at the minimal cost of software manhours while keeping their gsync all to themselves
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When I got my current monitor, my GPU was a 7900 GS. thumb.gif


I only had HD 6950 Unlocked when i got my 1440p monitor.
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