Intels Chris Hook bekræfter tilsagn om at understøtte VESA Adaptive Sync på Intel GPU'er



Intel's Chris Hook (there's something strange there) said in a conversation with r/Hardware's moderator dylan522p that the company is still planning on adding support for VESA's Adaptive Sync (also known as AMD's own FreeSync branding) in Intel GPUs. To put this in perspective, Intel is the single largest player in the overall graphics market; their integrated solutions mean they have the highest graphics accelerator share in the market, even against AMD and NVIDIA - and Intel hasn't even entered the discrete graphics market - yet.

Det giver mening, at den blå kæmpe ville forfølge denne mulighed - royaltyfrit rammesynkronisering beats udvikler et proprietært alternativ. En hurtig tankeøvelse kunne pege på, at NVIDIAs G-Sync blev gjort irrelevant med så stærk støtte fra branchen. Sources: r/ Hardwaree subreddit - via Chris Hook, via Overclock3D