No, you explained it correctly, and again, I'm not mad at you or anything.
I am aware that the FreeSync specs and testing methodology are AMD's, and that they don't allow them to be disclosed, that is what the crux of my mini-rant was about.
Now that Intel is considering adopting AdaptiveSync, I can see another nightmare heading down the pike. Will the monitor be ASync compatible? Will it also be FreeSync certified? Will it also be IntelSync certified? ... what combination of the mix? Then you get into the whole mess of what is the VRR both upper and lower.
Then do I even dare ask if this new low end frame doubling (tripling, or more?) only work with FreeSync certified monitors, or will it work on ALL monitors that are AdaptiveSync compatible.
I'm not really interested in the monitors testing procedures, but rather what AMD requires of the monitor companies to be validated to. I really don't care the details of how Asus, Benq, Nixeus, etc do the actual tests, just what they are testing for. I just like knowing things. My favorite show is "How it's made".
Just too much work to keep it all straight ... and I'm more tech savvy than your average idiot (I'm an exceptional idiot). Edited by 47 Knucklehead - 10/5/15 at 2:25pm