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    No G-Sync? Then this shouldn't be considered the holy grail.

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    Oh my God. I just had a nerdgasm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadchip12 View Post
    Ok so when will ROG release a 120Hz IPS G-sync 1440p monitor ? I will definitely buy it.
    We're considering it, but the TN panel in the PG278Q has already good color (reviews rate it!) and at this stage we decided to put energy into a 4K/IPS/GSync PG27AQ to give more different choice.

    Quote Originally Posted by WeApOn View Post
    No G-Sync? Then this shouldn't be considered the holy grail.
    Ha! It's hard to satisfy everyone XD

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    Where can we buy these?

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    The spatha looks very interesting.

    But not so much as the possibility of DP 1.2a and 1.3

    Any word on that? *crossing my fingers*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Teleck View Post
    Where can we buy these?
    Pretty much everything shown at CES is a demonstration of our product lineup for launch in 1H 2015. Not retail available yet sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antronman View Post
    The spatha looks very interesting.

    But not so much as the possibility of DP 1.2a and 1.3

    Any word on that? *crossing my fingers*
    Actually I cannot state about future non-PG's right now because... you see, people equate these DP numbers = FreeSync monitor, which is wrong. ActiveSync might imply FreeSync support (even this is tenuous because standard=/=brand), but enabling AS as part of DP1.2a is optional (haven't looked at DP1.3 but I imagine it's the same) so it doesn't tell the full details, although people are reading it as such. You need to look at the full story: a specific AS/FS tick box, minimum variable refresh rates (they vary by ASIC and internal designs!), display response rates etc that make up the experience.

    Outside of this, AMD are obviously keen to talk up their FreeSync position, which is great to give confidence for AMD GPU customers this coming year and everyone appreciates they need to keep that ball rolling.

    Regarding this "expected experience". It's super important. Making a variable refresh display is easy. Making a good one is difficult; it's not just a tick box. We had a lot of learning with the PG278Q. The current good practice (IMO) we do at a very early stage: when we propose an PG, NV proactively works with us to initially test the LCD to make sure it is compatible and satisfies their experience standards (for record: Not a reflection of AMD, who may do this too, I don't know.. but we already have PGs so this is just what I'm referencing). Then we have confidence to announce a product as 'GSync ready' and the experience that implies. So generally speaking, we would prefer to be 100% confident about a product (any product!) reaching an expected experience and having it tie into a good launch window before we release detailed info.

    EDIT: Probably the most diplomatic answer I've ever given :P

    EDIT2: AMD explains about the experience on WCCFtech below, but the emphasis is mine. AMD say FreeSync will 'still work' but IMO you do NOT want to run an uncertified monitor as the experience will suffer.

    UPDATE: AMD told us that the team is considering a certification / validation process for FreeSync monitors but the details of its requirements haven’t been finalized yet. However AMD did confirm to us that FreeSync will indeed work on any monitor which is fully compatible with the DisplayPort Adaptive-Sync spec whether it was advertised as a FreeSync monitor or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarshallR@ASUS View Post
    Actually I cannot state about future non-PG's right now because... you see, people equate these DP numbers = FreeSync monitor, which is wrong. ActiveSync might imply FreeSync support (even this is tenuous because standard=/=brand), but enabling AS as part of DP1.2a is optional (haven't looked at DP1.3 but I imagine it's the same) so it doesn't tell the full details, although people are reading it as such. You need to look at the full story: a specific AS/FS tick box, minimum variable refresh rates (they vary by ASIC and internal designs!), display response rates etc that make up the experience.

    Outside of this, AMD are obviously keen to talk up their FreeSync position, which is great to give confidence for AMD GPU customers this coming year and everyone appreciates they need to keep that ball rolling.

    Regarding this "expected experience". It's super important. Making a variable refresh display is easy. Making a good one is difficult; it's not just a tick box. We had a lot of learning with the PG278Q. The current good practice (IMO) we do at a very early stage: when we propose an PG, NV proactively works with us to initially test the LCD to make sure it is compatible and satisfies their experience standards (for record: Not a reflection of AMD, who may do this too, I don't know.. but we already have PGs so this is just what I'm referencing). Then we have confidence to announce a product as 'GSync ready' and the experience that implies. So generally speaking, we would prefer to be 100% confident about a product (any product!) reaching an expected experience and having it tie into a good launch window before we release detailed info.

    EDIT: Probably the most diplomatic answer I've ever given :P
    I see.

    So you've already got some things going but your panel wasn't ready in time for CES
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    Will the SLI bridge be compatible with your Maximus VII MBs? Currently, commercially available bridges from both EVGA and nVidia do not fit SLI configurations on the Maximus VII Formula MB because of odd spacing issues between the first two PCI slots. These bridges don't seem like they would fit either, based on the photos shown.
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    Well I suppose it should be, as the PR says the SLI bridges are available in varying widths "to match your RoG motherboard".

    So I guess they'd have a corresponding SLI bridge for each current board.
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