VESA standardizes variable refresh rate similiar to GSYNC

amdVESA has adopted a variable refresh rate standard, “Adaptive Sync” similar to GSYNC. This will bring more widespread support for variable refresh rates, which reduces stutters, reduces lag, and eliminates tearing.

Most of these are not 120Hz displays, and most will not include a blur reducing mode, so NVIDIA GSYNC currently will have a huge head start, despite shipping delays.

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5 Responses to VESA standardizes variable refresh rate similiar to GSYNC

  1. SS4 says:

    That is great, competition might make Gsync units price drop as well.
    Maybe i can finally upgrade my VG248QE without paying more than what i paid for the monitor itself soon lol

  2. Alamar says:

    Gsync has blur reducing mode?

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