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Old 08-01-19, 01:25 PM
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What do Uncertified Adaptive Sync Displays Look Like with G-Sync Enabled?

The real reason behind Nvidia's "G-Sync Compatible" program.



Read more about why Nvidia has chosen to certify G-Sync Compatible Adaptive-Sync monitors.

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Old 08-01-19, 01:45 PM
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Any idea when this rolls out? I'm mad busy today and don't have time to watch the video :S

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Old 08-01-19, 02:10 PM
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Thank god that they covered logos... it's so hard to guess those display makers. Last one is definitely not LG. Definitely not

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Old 08-01-19, 09:05 PM
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Is this meant to be confirmation that forcing AdaptiveSync on in NVidia control panel brings support/feature parity with AMDs implementation?
They never gave any indication what proportion of displays tested were affected unless I missed something, are the serious issues more of a 5% thing or a 25% thing?
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Is this meant to be confirmation that forcing AdaptiveSync on in NVidia control panel brings support/feature parity with AMDs implementation?
They never gave any indication what proportion of displays tested were affected unless I missed something, are the serious issues more of a 5% thing or a 25% thing?
From what it would seem; you can use it on whichever monitor that has VRR and FreeSync. However, only the monitors nVidia has tested and provided thus far has been certified to be working correctly. They will add more in the future, it's an ongoing test process.

In other words, those that are not certified by nVidia might work correctly or it might not work correctly, who knows.
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Old 09-01-19, 06:57 AM
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Seeing how Adaptive Sync is a VESA standard I would be surprised if their implementation wasn't feature complete.
Nvidia are just being really demanding in regards to what monitors they're endorsing since they want to keep G-Sync relevant as a premium product.
But we'll know for sure in a week.
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Old 09-01-19, 02:03 PM
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The first non-validated panel looks like a Samsung monitor. My 3440x1440p ultrawide Samsung (C34H890) has the same bezel and case. Hopefully I don't get "muddy" images when I get to enable GSync on my panel next week...
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