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Nvidia will not support Adaptive Sync

Nvidia will not support Adaptive Sync

Nvidia will not support Adaptive Sync  

Nvidia will not support Adaptive Sync

 

During a podcast with PC Perspective, Nvidia's Tom Peterson debunked rumors from last week that Nvidia employee's claimed behind closed doors that Nvidia were planning to adopt VESA's Displayport 1.2a standard and be compatible with future adaptive Sync compatible panels. 

 

Nvidia will not support Adaptive Sync  

This is what Tom Peterson said on the matter;

 

"There is no truth [to that rumor of NVIDIA Adaptive Sync support] and we have made no official comments about Adaptive Sync. One thing I can say is that NVIDIA as a company is 100% dedicated to G-Sync. We are going to continue to invest in G-Sync and it is a way we can make the gaming experience better. We have no need for Adaptive Sync. We have no intention of [implementing it]."

 

With this we can confirm that when adaptive sync monitors come to the market (which should be sometime next year), AMD will bring the only GPUs which will comply with the standard. We are yet to hear from Intel on whether they will support the standard on future integrated GPUs.

This comes after the news that the 3 largest display scalar vendors are supporting the Adaptive Sync/DP 1.2a standard in future Display controllers. 

 

Join the discussion on Nvidia's Stance on Adaptive Sync on the OC3D Forums.

 

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28-09-2014, 11:52:46

Tripp
seen that comingQuote

28-09-2014, 11:54:13

Wraith
Oooh could be a bad move for team green imo, basically their saying go G-sync or go home (give us your moneys).Quote

28-09-2014, 11:55:11

Tripp
Quote:
Originally Posted by Wraithguard View Post
Oooh could be a bad move for team green imo, basically their saying go G-sync or go home (give us your moneys).
agreed it does seem like a silly moveQuote

28-09-2014, 12:01:14

WYP
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Originally Posted by Wraithguard View Post
Oooh could be a bad move for team green imo, basically their saying go G-sync or go home (give us your moneys).
I imagine Nvidia have been looking at how to implement it and will wait until the infrastructure/Adaptive Sync monitors is widely available. So perhaps in another year ot two.

If Nvidia announced this now they would lose a lot of G-Sync monitor sales. We also need to know how well Adaptive Sync works compared to G-Sync, no many people have really seen it working.Quote

28-09-2014, 12:10:55

NeverBackDown
I wonder if this means they will no longer be updating their displayport support. As in they stay on the current 1.2(not a) standard for a long ass time.Quote
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