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01-07-2019 10:48 AM
Scotty99
Quote: Originally Posted by Axaion View Post
if you read the article, it says they have said you can force enable it even for displays that havent gone through nvidias certification


.. on people not buying AMD cards anymore?, depends on prices.
Ya but like was said before gsync does add to the experience, as for amd gpu's the only ones i have ever recommended to people are rx 470-580 for low budget builds to pair with freesync monitors. With this announcement i am going to have a hard time doing that, especially if any of the 100-110 dollar freesync monitors proves to work well with nvidia cards.
01-07-2019 10:45 AM
Axaion
Quote: Originally Posted by Scotty99 View Post
That is pretty cool but i don't think nvidia is going to certify any freesync tv's to work with nvidia GPU's, the only reason they are doing that is for the low end market where people are buying rx 570's/580's and pairing them with much cheaper freesync panels and nvidia is losing a lot of money in that sector.
if you read the article, it says they have said you can force enable it even for displays that havent gone through nvidias certification


.. on people not buying AMD cards anymore?, depends on prices.
01-07-2019 07:19 AM
animeowns BFGD up for pre order I am skipping this and buying LG 2019 OLED TV myself

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07M888GH8
01-07-2019 05:28 AM
Scotty99
Quote: Originally Posted by CallsignVega View Post
Yes, G-Sync setups go through a lot more testing and do better dynamic LCD overdrive and color compensation than Free sync.

Since neither of those are needed for OLED, I am just super glad that the forthcoming 4K/120 Hz OLED displays will now work VRR with NVIDIA's fastest GPU's in the future. This means that in around a year, you can pair the best display in the world with the best GPU in the world and have fully functioning VRR. That has never happened before.
Yup and on the other end of the spectrum, people with 1060's can buy ~150 dollar 144hz freesync panels and have a sync technology

Really really smart move by nvidia, who is going to buy any AMD gpu's at this point?
01-07-2019 05:23 AM
CallsignVega Yes, G-Sync setups go through a lot more testing and do better dynamic LCD overdrive and color compensation than Free sync.

Since neither of those are needed for OLED, I am just super glad that the forthcoming 4K/120 Hz OLED displays will now work VRR with NVIDIA's fastest GPU's in the future. This means that in around a year, you can pair the best display in the world with the best GPU in the world and have fully functioning VRR. That has never happened before.
01-07-2019 05:19 AM
Scotty99
Quote: Originally Posted by CallsignVega View Post
NVIDIA's "certification" doesn't mean anything. You can flip the VRR switch on any VRR display.
Surely gsync adds something tho, whether its frametimes or what that module is doing something. Of the hundreds of freesync panels on the market nvidia only found 12 to be within their guidelines of what they deem a good experience. Something to keep our eyes on for sure, 5k is a lot of money and if you can get a semi-functioning VRR on a 2019 oled these BFG's might be doa considering their price tags.
01-07-2019 05:14 AM
CallsignVega NVIDIA's "certification" doesn't mean anything. You can flip the VRR driver switch on any VRR display.
01-07-2019 02:58 AM
Scotty99
Quote: Originally Posted by Axaion View Post
That is pretty cool but i don't think nvidia is going to certify any freesync tv's to work with nvidia GPU's, the only reason they are doing that is for the low end market where people are buying rx 570's/580's and pairing them with much cheaper freesync panels and nvidia is losing a lot of money in that sector.
01-07-2019 02:54 AM
Axaion
Quote: Originally Posted by Scotty99 View Post
Gsync?
https://www.techpowerup.com/251237/n...ync-technology
Or just.. wait a bit?..
01-07-2019 02:03 AM
Scotty99
Quote: Originally Posted by Fanu View Post
8bit VA with 384 zone FALD and not enough bandwidth to drive 144Hz HDR without chroma subsampling

why would anyone buy this over upcoming 120Hz 4K VRR HDR OLED LG TVs?
Gsync?
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