Nvidia announces “G-Sync” module & ShadowPlay beta date
Authored by Mack Ashworth
First up we have “G-Sync”, a new module for gaming monitors that allows for the benefits of V-sync, without the input lag. This module will work with Kepler architecture, meaning the GTX 660 and above are able to benefit from this new tech.
Nvidia president and CEO Jen-Hsun Huang emphasised the incredible power of “G-sync”, stating that it is “one of the most important things [Nvidia has] ever done for computer graphics.”
To bring this technology to consumers by early 2014, Nvidia has partnered with many display companies, including: ASUS, BenQ, Philips, and ViewSonic.
October 28th is the date to remember, as announced by Jen-Hsun Huang himself.
After being delayed it’s great to see ShadowPlay finally coming soon. Working again with Kepler-based graphics cards, the software will constantly record the last 20 minutes of your gameplay, while also allowing you to stream to Twitch at the click of a button.
Awesome stuff for PC gamers who have sided with Nvidia!