The technology of g-sync, NVIDIA variable refresh rate (VRR), which was once closed to the bone, opened this year. The first step is to enable image tear resistance when n card is connected to AMD freesync display.
Last month, NVIDIA confirmed that the future g-sync display will support VESA VRR variable refresh rate technology. As a result, amd graphics card can also be shared with g-sync display.
More power is more than that.
We know that g-sync historically supports DP interfaces, and tftcentral reports that the future g-sync displays will support both HDMI VRR and DP VRR.
In fact, not long ago, NVIDIA and LG cooperated to push firmware update for LG high-end OLED TV. For the first time, they supported g-sync technology on TV, which was carried through HDMI interface.
The above signs show that variable refresh rate is becoming a basic game technology, and NVIDIA's generous opening will undoubtedly make more players taste the sweetness. After all, the wisdom of the market is not to kill competitors to become monopoly oligarchs, but how to make the cake as big as possible.