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Old 24-04-18, 02:25 PM
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More info about Philips' Momentum 436M6VBPAB DisplayHDR 1000 Adaptive Sync monitor

We now know the display's pricing, Adaptive-Sync range and more.



Read more about Philips' Momentum 436M6VBPAB DisplayHDR 1000 Adaptive Sync monitor.

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Old 25-04-18, 12:57 PM
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Looking at the official philips spec sheet it says the refresh range over HDMI and DisplayPort is 23 - 80 Hz, so a pretty good figure. 47 - 63 Hz is over VGA connection acording to the same sheet that can be found here: https://www.download.p4c.philips.com...ab_00_pss_.pdf
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Old 25-04-18, 02:12 PM
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Nice, maybe Nvidia will reconsider not supporting VESA Adaptive Sync once all major TV manufacturers are on board. Though I strongly doubt it, at least as long as they have the advantage in performance people are willing to pay the G-Sync premium.

Maybe they'll go full Nvidia on it and only support it for a narrower range of refresh rates (or up to 60Hz) and keep G-Sync a premium product. Shudder.
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Old 25-04-18, 03:02 PM
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Nice, maybe Nvidia will reconsider not supporting VESA Adaptive Sync once all major TV manufacturers are on board. Though I strongly doubt it, at least as long as they have the advantage in performance people are willing to pay the G-Sync premium.

Maybe they'll go full Nvidia on it and only support it for a narrower range of refresh rates (or up to 60Hz) and keep G-Sync a premium product. Shudder.
It all comes down to how the HDMI 2.1 certification will be handled. If it is required to support all HMDI 2.1 features to be able to get a certification for it, than that's done. Cause NVIDIA won't put itself out of the high refresh rate 4K gaming and that's not possible with older HDMI versions. So they will go for it and they will be forced to support VRR
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Does anyone know when it goes on sale?

thanks!!!!
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I could see this being useful for consoles
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