1. AlphaAtlas

    Nvidia Confirms Adaptive Sync Only Works on Pascal and Turing GPUs

    Nvidia has already stated that support for adaptive sync monitors is limited to Turing and Pascal GPUs, aka the GeForce 10 series and up. But the wording was a little ambiguous, and some hoped that Nvidia would eventually add support for the 900 series. But an Nvidia representative on the...
  2. cageymaru

    NVIDIA GeForce Game Ready Driver 417.71 WHQL Has Been Released

    NVIDIA GeForce Game Ready Driver 417.71 WHQL has been released and it provides G-SYNC Compatible support for some AMD FreeSync monitors on the market. NVIDIA G-SYNC can now be used to activate the VRR features of G-SYNC Compatible displays. G-SYNC Compatible displays have been validated by...
  3. Dodge245

    VRR/Freesync Nvidia Display test thread

    Hi All, Thought i would stick a new thread together now that we have the VRR drivers from Nvidia, thoughts are we could put something together to share our experiences with our monitors, to give an idea of compatibility with VRR. To keep things simple we could use a template, and catalogue our...
  4. AlphaAtlas

    Nvidia Expands G-Sync Support to Approved Adaptive Sync Monitors

    At CES 2019, Nvidia announced that they're expanding G-Sync support to a handful of FreeSync and Adaptive Sync compatible monitors. In order to "improve the experience for gamers," Nvidia is testing monitor compatibility on a case-by-case basis, and only enables VRR support in the drivers once...
  5. cageymaru

    LG Electronics to Release 8K OLED HDR TV Models in 2019 with VRR Support

    LG Electronics has announced that its new ThinQ AI And Alpha 9 Gen 2 Processor use deep learning algorithms and artificial intelligence to analyze source content and enhance picture and sound based on ambient conditions. This technology will span multiple product lines of TVs from LG. The 8K TVs...
  6. cageymaru

    AMD Patches in Support for FreeSync to Linux

    AMD developer Nicholas Kazlauskas has uploaded a series of patches, that when eventually added to the Linux kernel, will enable 'FreeSync' within Linux. Adaptive sync is the Displayport spec and variable refresh rate is the same but pertains to the HDMI spec that allows for graphics adapters...
  7. FrgMstr

    AMD Talks Radeon FreeSync on TVs with PCPer

    Ryan and Antal sit down and shoot the bull about FreeSync usage on TVs. Variable Refresh Rates on an open platform are a thing of the future....hopefully. The biggest problem with VRR is the fact that until you see it and use it in person, it is very hard to appreciate just how big a deal VRR...