You mean "Opinion Piece that is on Forbes' website"*
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Doubt it is multi-GPU as we traditionally know it as. The future of GPUs is heading towards a MCM (Multi-Chip-Module) design. We already have that in the CPU space with Ryzen. Intel is going to use MCM for their GPUs and Nvidia and AMD are already working on theirs.
It is essentially multiple GPU chiplets "glued" together into one chip, versus having a one big chip.
I'm sure Microsoft will release a new controller with new features. Maybe the Elites Series 3.
Still better than being stuck with a controller that you can't upgrade its battery and it dies after every game session.
If anyone wants to play this, let me know and add me. I just started and playing it on Insane.
I guess this makes a difference if developers use the SSD as virtual RAM.
However, in most other cases, it won't matter at all. Seems the consoles are rumored to have plenty of hardware RAM.
AHHHH I got excited because my Ultra Wide LG monitor has free sync. Then I read in link 'a select range of free sync monitors'.
You can still turn Variable Refresh Rate ON in the Nvidia Control Panel. Nvidia is supporting VRR on FreeSync monitors they are just being picky on which ones they call G-Sync for marketing purposes.
From Nvidia's press release
You can turn on "G-Sync" on all monitors that support FreeSync/Adaptive Sync via DisplayPort. The thing is that Nvidia is calling it G-Sync for the 14 monitors that passed their whatever tests. The other ones are VRR.
Nvidia will soon be rolling out driver updates that add G-Sync support to existing FreeSync/Adaptive Sync monitors.
UPDATE: Nvidia will allow you to turn VRR on ANY FreeSync/Adaptive Sync monitor.
Nvidia is only calling it G-Sync on monitors that pass their strict requirements.
Example: Nvidia validates that the monitor can operate in VRR at any game frame rate by supporting a VRR range of at least 2.4:1 (e.g. 60Hz-144Hz). There are a ton of monitors that have a smaller VRR window but work just fine.
Do it!!! This will lead to the community ditching Windows for good and moving to Linux