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Quote: Originally Posted by paulerxx View Post
Finally! It's also about that time to allow your GPUs to use freesync properly.

Considering Intel are going to be using a free sync tech with there GPU's Nvidia will have to give up on G-Sync or allow it to be used with everyone and start using Freesync or some kind of free sync tech.

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