DisplayPort 1.2a Specification Change Request for Industry Standard Variable Refresh Rate

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Hot on the heels of NVIDIA G-SYNC, AMD demonstrated FreeSync, something more easily done with laptop controllers (which can dynamically change refresh rate, but for power saving purposes).

To bring FreeSync to desktop monitors, AMD applied for a DisplayPort 1.2a Specification Change Request, according to this hardware.fr article
(Article is in French).

Benefits as a result of changes
This enables the ability for external DisplayPort to take advantage of the option to ignore MSA timing parameter and have the sink slave to source timing to realize per frame dynamic refresh rate.”

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2 Responses to DisplayPort 1.2a Specification Change Request for Industry Standard Variable Refresh Rate

  1. SS4 says:

    Well if we get gsync equivalent soon then all nvidia will have left is ULMB although that will probably become available on lots of screen as well . . .

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