Acer XG270HU 27-in 2560 x 1440 TN Gets FreeSync

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You mean I have to buy a freesync capable monitor to have freesync? I thought it was free! I might as well buy a g-sync monitor. I am only kidding, I just find it funny how AMD guys like to say its free when isnt. Some of them are going to get a reality check when they realise they need to spend money to have the feature.
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can't judge AMD user, cause they aren't very smart in the first place.
You're an idiot.
You mean I have to buy a freesync capable monitor to have freesync? I thought it was free! I might as well buy a g-sync monitor. I am only kidding, I just find it funny how AMD guys like to say its free when isnt. Some of them are going to get a reality check when they realise they need to spend money to have the feature.
Obviously there was going to be a markup on a gaming feature. But the bottom line is that the cost of the FPGA going into G-Sync capable monitors is far greater then the ASIC scalar that's already in every monitor; its simply gaining a feature. Nvidia will either drop the price of G-Sync by changing the FPGA to a ASIC, or they will give it better features, or they will retire it all together. I doubt many of these monitors are going to have non-freesync versions anyway, making price comparisons impossible.
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can't judge AMD user, cause they aren't very smart in the first place.
Sometimes I wish I could reach through this monitor and choke slam idiots like you. I like the idea of freesync. I rarely rely on vysnc for 95% of the games I play since I am using triple monitors.
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Ok ok, now a 22" fullHD IPS panel monitor with free-sync, please. Is that too difficult?
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Ohh really
You're an idiot. Obviously there was going to be a markup on a gaming feature. But the bottom line is that the cost of the FPGA going into G-Sync capable monitors is far greater then the ASIC scalar that's already in every monitor; its simply gaining a feature. Nvidia will either drop the price of G-Sync by changing the FPGA to a ASIC, or they will give it better features, or they will retire it all together. I doubt many of these monitors are going to have non-freesync versions anyway, making price comparisons impossible.
Prove that nVidia G-Sync is better than AMD FreeSync :wanker:
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Prove that nVidia G-Sync is better than AMD FreeSync :wanker:
Where in my post did I say that G-Sync is better then Freesync?
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can't judge AMD user, cause they aren't very smart in the first place.
Not sure if bot or angry kid.
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I haven't had a chance to check out FreeSync as of yet. But if it is as good as G-Sync, then all you AMD people are in for a real treat.
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Still waiting for the release of the XB270HU, it's G-Sync cousin...
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Great, but when arrive OLED Monitors? 27-32" ~500$
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Great, but when arrive OLED Monitors? 27-32" ~500$
not in next 3 years...
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Do not feed the troll. He has been dealt with.
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You're an idiot. Obviously there was going to be a markup on a gaming feature. But the bottom line is that the cost of the FPGA going into G-Sync capable monitors is far greater then the ASIC scalar that's already in every monitor; its simply gaining a feature. Nvidia will either drop the price of G-Sync by changing the FPGA to a ASIC, or they will give it better features, or they will retire it all together. I doubt many of these monitors are going to have non-freesync versions anyway, making price comparisons impossible.
I'm pretty sure that they will eventually support adaptive sync too but they will keep the gsync marketing term (like AMD uses free sync term for their adaptive sync implementation).
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In other news: AMD will not have a whitelist/blacklist policy for FreeSync displays and that as long as a monitor adheres to the standards of DP 1.2a+ then they will operate in the variable refresh rate window as defined by the display's EDID.” But yeah it is as free as display companies let it be, they just might pump the price up a bit with naming (who am I kidding of course they will).
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G-Sync vs Freesync all I need to see,cons and pro and maybe I will switch sides,a 390X and 1440p Freesync,because G-Sync is working really well and I don`t want to lose the feeling,the smoothness.
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These are starting to get really tempting but I don't like the idea of either sticking with a GPU brand or losing full functionality of a monitor.
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You mean I have to buy a freesync capable monitor to have freesync? I thought it was free! I might as well buy a g-sync monitor. I am only kidding, I just find it funny how AMD guys like to say its free when isnt. Some of them are going to get a reality check when they realise they need to spend money to have the feature.
Actually adaptive sync capable monitor or should I say DP 1.2a standard. And "free" means no license fee to AMD. What do you mean you must buy freesync capable monitor to have freesync ??? You must buy 1440p capable monitor to get res up to 2560x1440.
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These are starting to get really tempting but I don't like the idea of either sticking with a GPU brand or losing full functionality of a monitor.
I agree with you, but I believe nVidia can support adaptive sync just by software (driver). If I remember correctly there is this Asus laptop that can have g-sync enabled without g-sync module. So in term of ge-force owner, maybe driver hack can enable g-sync with adaptive sync monitor.