AMD today announced the FreeSync displays that enable improved gaming by synchronizing dynamic refresh rates of the displays to the frame rate of AMD Radeon R-Series graphics cards and current generation APUs.
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FreeSync displays reduce visual defects during gaming and video playback and also reduces the input latency. The displays range in size between 24 inch to 34 inch, supporting refresh rates of 30 to 144 Hz, and resolutions of 1080p up to Ultra HD.
“Gamers who use FreeSync technology with AMD Radeon R-Series graphics and AMD latest generation of APUs can rest assured that they’re enjoying the best possible experience,” said Roy Taylor, vice president at AMD.
AMD partners are expected to launch displays starting this month with additional models set to launch in early 2015.
List of announced displays:
# BenQ XL2730Z 27 inch QHD (2560 x 1400) 144HZ refresh rate
# LG 29UM67 29 inch 2560 x 1080 75Hz refresh rate
# LG 34UM67 34inch 2560 x 1080 75Hz refresh rate
# Nixeus NX-VUE24 24 inch 1080p 144GHz refresh rate
# Samsung UE590 23.6 inch/28 inch 4K 60Hz refresh rate
# Samsung UE850 23.6/28/31.5 inch 4K 60Hz refresh rate
# Viewsonic VX2701mh 27 inch 1080p 144Hz refresh rate
The chip major also announced the expansion of the FreeSync ecosystem. Company’s technology partners including BenQ, LG Electronics, Nixeus, Samsung, and Viewsonic showcased their upcoming commercially available FreeSync-enabled displays.