VSYNC


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VSYNCVertical Sync
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Virtu MVP HyperFormance and Virtual Vsync features are designed to improve responsiveness through the reduction of redundant rendering tasks.
Virtual Vsync Experience the visual quality benefits of Vsync, while keeping frame rates high and improving responsiveness for smooth, tear-free game play without the 60 FPS cap.
NVidia Adaptive Vertical Sync technology virtually eliminates the compromise of stuttering or tearing associated with gaming with or without vertical sync enabled on the Zotac GeForce GTX 680 graphics card by dynamically adjusting VSync to prevent tearing and reduce stuttering for smoother gaming.
The device supports 18-/16-/6-bit RGB (DCLK, VSYNC, HSYNC, DE) and Intel/Motorola MPU 18-/16-/9-/8-bit bus interfaces.
Virtual Vsync - Experience the visual quality benefits of Vsync, while keeping frame rates high and improving responsiveness for smooth, tear-free game play without the 60 FPS cap.
This effort affected many aspects of the OS, such as improved vsync timing for faster frame rates on the display itself, triple graphics buffering for preventing dropped frames in video games, and improved overall touch-screen response.
First up, in the list of changes to Jelly Bean, is Project Butter - which uses vsync timing and triple buffering to make the touch responsiveness of Jelly Bean devices as smooth as butter.
Virtu MVP adds that value across our line of motherboards, allowing users to enjoy best of both Intel graphics on one hand and on the other, enjoy discrete graphics with sharpest images and highest frame rates with MVP's Virtual Vsync," said Joe Hsieh, Asus Corporate Vice President & General Manager Motherboard Business Unit & Desktop System Business Unit.
Lucid's Virtu MVP HyperFormance and Virtual Vsync features are designed to improve responsiveness through the intelligent reduction of redundant rendering tasks.
Virtual Vsync Delivers No Compromise Game Performance and Quality
vSync, a new technology from Nuance, creates a virtual channel between the PC and a Citrix-based EHR client application, allowing physicians to switch seamlessly back-and-forth between dictation and typing as needed, play back dictation to hear what was recorded, correct medical notes via voice commands, and more.