Correct, RealNC. I am going to mention that in the Holiday 2018 special follow-up. Refresh granularity times so fine, that fixed-1000Hz virtually looks like VRR when playing any random framerate, whether 27fps or 93fps or 218fps. All sync tech would all have almost the same lag once you went 1000Hz. VSYNC ON, VSYNC OFF, GSYNC, FreeSync, all would have darn near the same lag, so ultra-Hz also replaces all sync tech which are all simply workarounds for the lag or motion artifacts of coarse refresh granularities. All that disappears with fine refresh granularities. All VSYNC ON 2-buffer lag was 33ms at 60Hz, but is only 1ms at 2000Hz. Fully buffer-backpressured VSYNC ON with no lag! Who needs the legacy sync tech when you have >1000Hz refresh rates? No tearing, no blur, no lag, no flicker, no stutter, no stroboscopic effects. All the advantages of ULMB, G-SYNC, FreeSync, VSYNC OFF, VSYNC ON, combined, all in one. Ultra frame rates at true ultra Hz (not fake Hz) fixes everything simultaneously! We will still need VRR for a long time though, until displays were well beyond 1000Hz. And even then, NVIDIA and AMD could still call plain 1000Hz+ a new sync tech -- "FreeSync Extreme" or "G-SYNC Ultra" or whatever. A lot of engineering is still needed to make 1000Hz+ succeed. And yes, I've seen this tantalizing potential with my eyes on experiments. 1000Hz DOES fix-all. Though game software and GPUs do have to catch up. Many game software go wonky at ultra frame rates, and those need fixes. Also, various frame rate amplification technologies (FRAT -- the blur busters terminology I use), like improved 100fps->1000fps descendants of Oculus Timewarp 45fps->90fps. Such frame rate amplification ratios are doable by the time 1000Hz displays arrive, possibly by co-GPUs. Mind you, it may be a decade. While I may school the 480Hz-deniers and 1000Hz-deniers, 240Hz will be good for long time. The first 1000Hz displays won't be perfect, just like the first 120Hz displays weren't, nor the first 240Hz. So even when it first arrives, there's a long period of optimizing that occurs. Heck, some mouse manufacturers only do 500Hz and haven't gone on to 1000Hz. So, don't hold off your 240Hz purchases this Christmas.