Intel Might Soon Start Supporting VESA Adaptive-Sync Displays
According to some exciting new information, Intel might soon start supporting VESA Adaptive-Sync Displays, that is also known as AMD’s FreeSync technology.
During a Q&A, Intel’s Chief Graphics Software Architect David Blythe said that Intel is surely open to the idea of its support, and do plan to add this optional feature to DisplayPort spec. However, he also made it clear that neither the company nor him is ready to commit to a timeline.
Meaning we have no idea when will intel introduce this feature. But, at least it’s on the agenda. A source close to the company did say that users should expect this feature after Skylake-line of chips are fully released in the market.
AMD’s FreeSync is popular among users and helps improve communication issues between display and processor, ironing out screen tear and choppy frame for an improved overall gaming experience.
FreeSync is a “zero-cost” technology and something that has been well received by PC builders all over. Hopefully, Intel won’t take too long to add FreeSynch support to its products.
Would you like to see VESA Adaptive-Sync standard added to Intel hardware? How useful do you think it’ll be? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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