Discussion in 'Latest News, Deals & Special Offers' started by NikTheSHNIK, Jan 9, 2019.
If nVidia are just going to ruin one of the main benefits of Freesync i'd rather they didn't bother.
Then again, I have a Freesync screen that does 40-144Hz with LFC so I feel i'd gain nothing by going GSync. I wish people just didn't buy the crap with narrow ranges, then we'd see a proper shift to decent Freesync screens.
Isn't it funny that none of these monitors are IPS panels? I'm guessing the IPS issues were among the many things that didn't pass Nvidia's quality test. Such a shame since IPS panels are much better than TN in all but response times. Plus there's already some IPS G-sync panels out there.
Would be nice if we got some 'G-sync certified' FreeSync IPS screens.
No ultrawide, no curve screen and no large screens = meh
shame its pascal cards onwards only...no maxwell
Didn't notice that, nice spot!
Depends how much Nvidia charge manufacturers for that branding xD
That’s what I’m worried about Adoretv says as much in one of his videos.
Well they are not doing it out the kindness of there hearts, thats for sure....
I'm in the market for an ultrawide, I have a BenQ XL2730Z paired with a 1080Ti, and although adaptive sync is now working with my card, with some minor problems, I still want to go down the UW road.
I was going to take the plunge on the Dell/Alienware offering, but not sure if I should hold off for a month or so to see what comes around :/
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