Nvidia Announces Nvidia G-Sync, Gamestream, and Much More

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boidsonly

Straight from Nvidia's website:

"Beginning later this year, NVIDIA G-SYNC will be available as monitor module you can install yourself, or buy pre-installed in one of the best monitors currently available. Next year, G-SYNC monitors will be available on the shelves of your favorite e-tailers and retailers, in a variety of screen sizes and resolutions, eventually scaling all the way up to 3840x2160 (“4K”)."

As always, we'll have to see what the early adopters have to say about this. I, for one, look forward to hearing from them...

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Peanut Fox

I can't see what nVidia plans to gain with Shield. The streaming side of that tech is cool, and is what is most interesting. However, Shield itself just looks dead on arrival.

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legionera

AAA+ quality porn right before your eyes! Take this AMD!!!~!@

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AFDozerman

I like how intensely he is holding that card in the next to last frame. I can almost hear him screaming "I HAVE THE POWA!" in his head.

That being said, maybe I just don't have very sensitive eyes, but I have been using low-end monitors with low-end graphics cards (usually in XFire and SLI) for years and have never noticed screen tearing. I honestly don't see how it's such an issue.

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TheRyGuy

On picture 23: "...framerates for both displays is nearly identical." - It should be "are", not "is". The subject, frame rates (two words), is plural. Great coverage, though!

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jimmthang

Nice catch and thanks for the kind words. 

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joeyjr

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aqz7qYee9fM

confrence

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZyhCKH8IbQ

quick look

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yammerpickle2

They need to go forward with the Maxwell chip and it's unified memory. This feature is going to be on the next gen consoles coming out very soon, and the PC needs to have similar features.