- Nov 29, 2004
Pot, meet kettle.It looks like your strong nVidia bias is showing.
Gsync is a proprietary implementation of an open standard. Freesync is an open implementation of that standard. Gsync also made monitors in the range of $100-$300 more expensive for practically no reason and more importantly locked you into using nVidia hardware only if you wanted to make use of VRR with the monitor. There are very good reasons Gsync died.
Physx was a company nVidia bought and made it exclusive to nVidia hardware even going so far as to disable any use of Physx in a system with a non-nVidia card in it. The only reason it was "opened up" is because companies refused to use it unless nVidia paid them a lot to use it. It came to the point where no one was using it and finally nVidia opened it up.
RTX is not open. It's the nVidia path to use raytracing built into DX. VKRay is likely the same thing but not something I have bothered to look at.
Your attempt to put the GPP is some sort of positive light is amusing. Anyone following the GPP coverage on the main site when it was still up knows everything you're trying to put forth is wrong. nVidia was trying to take over branding and lines that companies had built up over years for their own. There was even more in there which was even worse that wasn't even reported on. In case you didn't know the GPP was literally found to be illegal and thrown out.
Do better research and bring some facts to the table before putting up an argument because you haven't done so yet.