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Gsync demo, kinda

Discussion in 'Audio, Video & Home Theater' started by Steevo, Aug 24, 2014.

  1. Steevo

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    http://www.testufo.com/#test=stutter&demo=gsync


    Perhaps some user commentary from those who do have G-Sync setups?

    If this is accurate the edges get blurred together and I notice it. Looking through online recorded demo's of the technology it makes it tough to compare as the recording usually has a different sample beginning and end VS the monitor.



    This comparison recorded at 120Hz shows the difference, but either the Gsync seems a bit jumpy on the horizontal plane vs the tearing on the other display.
     
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    Non G-Sync monitor is yellowish and disgusting looking. G-Sync>Everything else.
     
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    Thanks for this worthless post, I believe the idea is to turn the brightness all the way up on the monitor with Gsync to blind you with its holy light. blessed be us through our Glorious leader, for he has bestowed upon us the Gsync which we gladly pay for all the while muttering our chant "you must see and believe to believe"
     
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    You are quite welcome my G-Man!

    I have seen G-Sync in action and it is very nice. Reminded me of watching something very smooth on a CRT.. or something like that.
     
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