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post #11 of 160 (permalink) Old 01-06-2019, 10:51 PM
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"Gsync Ultimate" announced? What exactly is "Gsync Ultimate"?
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"Gsync Ultimate" announced? What exactly is "Gsync Ultimate"?
High-end, HDR capable monitors to go with your dual Titan RTX cards.

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why do all the monitors seem to be only FHD..that's a bit disappointing.
Acer XV273K is a 4k/120Hz monitor, don't know about others.

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Pretty generous from Nvidia. It's like they already know Navi would be competitive.
Yeah, I was thinking the same, let see if AMD can surprise us with good GPU presentation.

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soooo...buying the expensive g-sync version of a monitor is now stupid? I can just go ahead and order up the freesync 4k/144? I'm either missing something here or this is the beginning of nVidia abandoning the g-sync module.

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Lol pritty dirty of them to call freesync/VRR, G-Sync.
Then move up a teir there G-Sync modules to be called G-Sync Ultimate.

But I guess atleast they let you still enable it on screens they havnt validated to G-Sync standard, Was expecting them to say they wouldnt allow that to maintain there premuim experience or some rubbish like that.
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Sounds to me as if they are not getting the return they expected from G-sync (module) panels. So in turn they adopt a-sync, sell for a little less and hope for more sales to split with manufacturers that they endorse.
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If i have understood correctly, i probably could use my AOC G2460VQ6 Freesync with my RTX?? This would be great!!
I bought this monitor when i had a gtx970 (best VGA ever), hoping to upgrade to a next gen AMD card, but there aren't at the moment and VEGA it's not an option (too much heath and power consumption for my little ITX). So i "sadly" bought a 2070mini.

I stay tuned for news
Finally a good move nVidia!
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Oh wait I get it. Most freesync monitors aren't capable of doing what g-sync does. If they do (those 12), you get the full g-sync experience but if they don't you can still force enable it anyway but it's more limited e.g. over 90Hz or less than 30 it might do something other than what a g-sync monitor would do.

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Oh wait I get it. Most freesync monitors aren't capable of doing what g-sync does. If they do (those 12), you get the full g-sync experience but if they don't you can still force enable it anyway but it's more limited e.g. over 90Hz or less than 30 it might do something other than what a g-sync monitor would do.
I don't believe so, I think they're just throwing G-Sync compatible as a marketting term for their drivers just like FreeSync.

Most of those G-Sync compatible monitors don't support LFC(low framerates compensation) one of my main reasons I bought my XF270HU

https://www.amd.com/en/products/freesync-monitors

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According to Nvidia, the reason desktop displays need a G-Sync module&#160;is that it provides a much more controllable end-to-end solution for consistent performance.&#160;However, for G-Sync laptops, there's no module.&#160;Instead, the display is directly controlled by the GPU, which pulls double duty as both scaler and graphics card. G-Sync exploits this connection and the variable timing and panel self-refresh functionality built into eDP, effectively implementing&#160;G-Sync in software.

The more technically minded out there will note that this is&#160;very&#160;similar to how AMD's FreeSync works on the desktop, the tech being based DisplayPort Adaptive-Sync, which was in turn based on eDP.

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Too bad VRR implementation quality is so bad overall. FreeSync is just a slap on in majority of cases, for most of these displays VRR is not functional. This is what happens if you replace quality and standards with quantity and volume. But still we will have an option to enable VRR manually so anyone can try for himself. Good that this happened, even though effective usefulness of all of this is very limited due to very limited amount of VRR displays actually working. G-sync is still relevant as a guarantee of quality of VRR implementation and has some other features like no input lag, though it is available only on some gamery crap with massive quality issues on picture quality side of things, so it is not all great either.

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