warpticmo wrote:Is it possible to use FreeSync with my Nvidia Card? The GTX 780Ti?
I was hoping for the XL2720G, but since BenQ is not going to release it I have to look for an alternative.
1440p, IPS, Blur Reduction 2.0... This seems like the monitor to buy, but where is the GSync model of this?
Also Benq should really stop announcing products if they take nearly one year to release or not release something.
- Freesync is the option in AMD drivers that support a adaptive sync monitor.
- Adaptive sync is 100% free and ANYONE can use it. It replaces current monitor scalar, so there is no additional cost.
- Nvidia said they will be stubborn and refuse to support adaptive sync on their end with drivers.
- If intel decides to support adaptive sync for their integrated graphics it will put pressure on nvidia and nvidia will then have to support adaptive sync too.
(In that world. The monitor is a adaptive sync monitor. Each company has a different name for their driver option for it. AMDs is called Freesync, Nvidias will be called Sync-G, intels will be I-sync.)
But even after all that your 780ti will not be able to support adaptive sync because it has displayport 1.2. And adaptive sync requires the updated displayport 1.2a