AMD also promoted the development of VESA standard organization.Adaptive vertical synchronization (Adaptive Sync)Standards, as part of DisplayPort standards, have wider product and game support and lower costs and prices.
Intel, the largest GPU market share, said in 2015 that it would support adaptive vertical synchronization, including from AMD job hopping to Chris Hook, Intel's director of display business marketing, confirming this, but without the following, Intel's current verification support for adaptive vertical synchronization seems hopeless.
But now, Intel reiterates this attitude and clearly expresses its opposition to manufacturers' own private standards.
Intel will support adaptive vertical synchronization technology and invite Lisa Pearce, vice president and director of visual and parallel computing platforms, to pass a paragraph, Intel officials said today.videoIntel gave priority to docking existing interfaces for adaptive synchronization technology, and ultimately stopped pursuing private standards.
Clearly, Intel and AMD are in the same camp this time, and will learn a lot from AMD's technology and contributions.
However, Intel's existing core display support for adaptive vertical synchronization is almost hopeless. It may wait for a new architecture in the 10nm Ice Lake era, or even for an independent graphics card in 2020-2021, which is confirmed to be supported anyway.