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Nvidia's G-Sync Pendulum Demo is now available to Download

Nvidia's G-Sync Pendulum Demo is now available to Download

Nvidia's G-Sync Pendulum Demo is now available to Download

Nvidia's G-Sync Pendulum Demo is now available to Download

 

Nvidia's G-Sync Pendulum Demo is now available to Download, allowing you to test the demo for yourself at home. The only real problem with this is that you need a G-Sync monitor in order to try it, so it can only be used by those that already own a G-Sync monitor.

You can now download Nvidia's G-Sync demo from their own website here.  

  

"With the Pendulum demo, see how NVIDIA G-SYNC changes gaming by eliminating tearing and minimizing stutter and lag, giving you the smoothest, fastest gaming experience.

Simple to install and run, the interactive Pendulum demo lets you see the stutter caused by V-SYNC, the tearing caused with V-SYNC OFF, and then the tear-free, super smooth presentation with G-SYNC. Experiment with different GPU frame rates, camera angles and scene rotation settings to get a real feel for G-SYNC and start to see gaming differently.

With VSYNC selected, change the GPU frame rate. As the frames per second drop below the maximum refresh rate of the monitor, notice the stutter in the pendulum’s swing. With “noVSYNC” selected, try different GPU frame rates and immediately notice tearing on the screen. And with G-SYNC selected, you’ll see a smooth, tear-free image."

 

Nvidia's G-Sync Pendulum Demo is now available to Download

 

While this demo may seem ultimately useless for us end users, as G-Sync monitor owners have already seen the benefits of G-Sync in games for themselves. This demo will be very useful for retailers or System integrators who want to showcase G-Sync at either a trade show or in their retail stores, so soon you might be able to see a G-Sync demo for yourself at your nearest large PC retailer soon.

 

You can join the discussion on Nvidia's G-Sync Pendulum demo becoming available to download on the OC3D Forums.  

 

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Most Recent Comments

29-06-2015, 21:44:19

NeverBackDown
Would it work the same way with a Freesync monitor?Quote

30-06-2015, 01:52:51

cooperman
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Would it work the same way with a Freesync monitor?
https://www.asus.com/support/FAQ/1011625/

http://i.imgur.com/kZtL2yZ.pngQuote

30-06-2015, 02:41:26

NeverBackDown
Guess that answers my question! Now for some reviewers to do some comparison's..Quote

30-06-2015, 03:03:21

Warchild
little confused here.

So its a new version then? because I had this downloaded when I the Swift Monitors were first released.Quote

30-06-2015, 03:45:40

Dicehunter
This has been available to download for the better part of a year, The only thing that's changed in this "New" version is they added writing to the pendulum.Quote
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