With the recent acquisition of Raja Koduri, former Senior VP of Radeon Technologies Group, Intel is set to compete with Nvidia and AMD’s GPU offerings in 2020.
Yes. We will be supporting Adaptive Sync. @gfxlisa explains more. (Reposted). pic.twitter.com/eso7KFS8xy
— Intel Graphics (@IntelGraphics) November 15, 2018
Intel Graphics Twitter Account opened a Q&A last November 13, 2018 with their Graphics executives to answer some questions regarding their upcoming graphics cards. They also answered a question regarding its plans to support Adaptive Sync with a video of Lisa Pearce confirming their support for Adaptive Sync. According to Pearce, their priority is not having proprietary adaptive solution but to enable the standard interfaces such as VESA Adaptive Sync technology.
B2G Says: Intel’s approach to not having a proprietary variable refresh rate standard is a smart move considering they would have to invest additional resources to enable such technology which will only result to few display manufacturers incorporating it with their new monitors. Supporting Vesa Adaptive Sync Technology will allow a greater number of monitors that’ll support the technology once it gets released.
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