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Bleed-Through GPU memory

Question asked by albert_redditt on Mar 1, 2012

I was thinking about the dreaded "Vertical Sync" signal slowing down graphic processing.


I think i've come up with and answer for it.


If you have double-sided ram


Where you can write to one side at the refresh rate ,

And then a switch clicks and sets all second side ram bits to their value in one clock cycle..


Then there would be no need to wait for a "V-SYNC" the ram would update as fast as it can be written.


Then double / tripple buffering would be a thing of the past..