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  1. Jan 2019
    1. Coming back to the two ‘FreeSync’ settings in the monitor OSD, they differ in the variable refresh rate range that they support. ‘Standard Engine’ supports 90 – 144Hz (90 – 119Hz via HDMI) whilst ‘Ultimate Engine’ gives a broader variable refresh rate range of 70 – 144Hz (62 – 119Hz via HDMI). We didn’t notice any adverse effects when using ‘Ultimate Engine’, so we’d suggest users simply stick to that option.

      In my tests using Standard Engine, in combo with G-Sync Compatible Driver, I get more screen flickering during menus.

    1. e completed the design and eval-uation of PartialSync (pSync) [5]. We also conducted a thorough comparative study of the di erent syncprotocols we have developed over the last few years, including CCNx Sync [1], iSync [6], ChronoSync [8],RoundSync [2], and pSync.

      We completed the design and evaluation of Partial Sync (pSync) [5]. We also conducted a thorough comparative study of the different sync protocols we have developed over the last few years, including CCNx Sync [1], iSync [6], ChronoSync [8], RoundSync [2], and pSync.

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  2. Sep 2017
    1. extremely cool, but...

      comparing with tahoe-lafs:

      clearly separates writecap from readcap, but... does it grok readcap as separate from idcap?

      client-side encryption?

      n-of-k erasure encoding?