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Nvidia Slays The Beast, V-Sync, With G-Sync

By Nathan Grayson on October 19th, 2013.

I wish all Nvidia hardware actually glowed like that.

Hello, V-Sync. Yes, thank you for meeting me here today. I invited you out because I felt the need to share some very important news: no one actually likes you. We just put up with you because, well, there’s really not a better alternative. In truth, you’re inconsistent, awkward, difficult to be around, cause obnoxious stuttering, and IT’S YOUR SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PAAAARRTY wheee everyone leap out now! OK, not really. But I figured those couple seconds of revelatory glee might help offset this falling pain piano of existential misery: you’re being replaced. By something younger, faster, and more practical. Or at least, that’s how it’ll be if Nvidia has its way. G-Sync claims to eliminate hassles like stuttering, screen tearing, and the like by synchronizing monitor refresh to the GPU render rate instead of vice versa, which is what V-Sync does. The result, apparently, is worlds better.

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