Pridávam 2 na sebe nezávislé ale zaujímavé postrehy z diskusie na dsogaming.com (http://www.dsogaming.com/news/nvidia-finally-officially-speaks-about-amds-mantle-will-not-support-it-no-real-benefit-using-it/)
Mr. Maxwell • 12 hours ago
I work at a place that manufactures monitors. I can say beyond a shadow of a doubt that at first G-sync is better than free sync. I can also say that G-sync will cost more. They will both stabilize as a premium option aimed at gamers mostly. The R&D for Free sync is not free. AMD is not paying for it like NVidia did for G-sync. This R&D has to be payed for by the manufactures(new scalers for DP1.2a) and then passed on to customers. Also, it will be a non mandatory standard for manufactures. It will be marketed the same way G-sync is period. Just for all gamers and it will start off cheaper and may remain cheaper but not by that much……. say $35 to $75.00. G-cync is here now, I can also tell you that AMD is having issues trying to get manufactures on board for free sync. Basically they want AMD to foot the bill like Nvidia did for G-sync. They see it as a risk and wonder if it is so awesome and is gonna revolutionize monitors that pertain to gaming why AMD is reluctant to pay the way forward. There is a cost to all new tech. It aint free kids……..carry on
nashathedog • 19 hours ago
Again you miss the whole point and make presumptions that no-one can know at this moment in time of course future monitors will embrace future tech updates the same as current ones do not include it, As I explained in an earlier post AMD’s Huddy explained that the cheaper free-sync capable monitors will as an example only work when fps is between 30 and 50 or 30 and 60 maybe (his own words) so in order to get one that covers the monitors full fps range (ie: 10-60, or 10 to 120/144) like g-sync capable monitors do you’ll need to buy a high end free-sync capable monitor. If you need verification go to the PC.per interview of Richard Huddy. I imagine I’ll get a free-sync capable screen to try it out when it is available but we already know the tech does not do as good a job as G-sync does and that info came from AMD.
Here’s the link you need, Now do away with your selective hearing and listen from 58 to 63 minutes, There example on display was capable of working only as long as the fps stayed between 40 an 60 so sure top end monitors can have a fuller range.