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GeForce RTX 2060 Launches For Turing GPU At $349 USD, NVIDIA To Support Adaptive-Sync

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    Spooktra
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  • Spooktra
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    $350 for a RTX 2060? I guess there goes my hope for an RTX 2050 in the $150 range.

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  • M@GOid
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    The Adaptive Sync support to me means they already know Intel discrete GPUs will use it, so they know G-Sync future is doomed.

    I saw a Nvidia fanboy bitching that Gsync monitors launches are starting to slow down.

    The Xbox One console already support Freesync. You bet the PS5 will too.

    To save face, for now, Nvidia tested "over 400" monitors and only 12 passed their tests, but aparently you will be allowed to try to enable Freesync in anything.

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  • Brisse
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  • Brisse
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    Take that everyone who said it couldn't be done on Nvidia hardware every time I posted about how cool it would be if Nouveau could implement Adaptive Sync.

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  • mitch074
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    Originally posted by dungeon View Post
    So, official death for G-Sync

    Not that AMD does not still support Mantle
    Well, they still ship Mantle with their drivers, it's just that they consider Vulkan more interesting to support. And since Vulkan is a superset of Mantle, why would they bother actively supporting both? Especially since Mantle-enabled games are very limited.

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  • dungeon
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    Originally posted by birdie View Post
    It's always nice to see when open standards win.
    I would say common standards, rather than open

    There are so much FreeSync monitors nowdays, so it would be stupid to ignore that.

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  • dungeon
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    So, official death for G-Sync

    Not that AMD does not still support Mantle

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  • devius
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  • devius
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    I'm surprised that the VESA Adaptive-Sync story is the most important news in this article and it's not a separate article.

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  • L_A_G
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    NVIDIA will also begin supporting VESA Adaptive-Sync monitors in a future driver update.
    So can we start playing "Ding Dong the Witch is Dead" for GSYNC now? Because I sure can't wait to do so...

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  • Britoid
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    NVIDIA will also begin supporting VESA Adaptive-Sync monitors in a future driver update.
    Finally.

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  • birdie
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    It's always nice to see when open standards win.

    It would be even better if such a standard existed for Linux, so that we could all win too but that doesn't seem to be coming any time soon.

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