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AdaptiveSync to challenge G-Sync and FreeSync on PCs

VESA’s standard for syncing Hz with FPS becomes official, but are nVidia and AMD onboard?

PC gamers already enjoy the benefits of three different Hz/FPS “sync” technologies and they now get to have a fourth one at their disposal. (Image: Onur Binay, Unsplash)

In terms of technologies designed for smoothing out frame rates in video games, PC gamers are rather spoilt for choice compared to console gamers: while the latter usually have to make do with Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), the…

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