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AMD Updates their FreeSync Webpage with Range Specifications

AMD Updates their FreeSync Webpage with Range Specifications

AMD Updates their FreeSync Webpage with Range Specifications

AMD Updates their FreeSync Webpage with Range Specifications

 

Ever since FreeSync/VESA Adaptive Sync compliant monitors came to market there was one key specification that was almost always absent from retailer listings, the "FreeSync Range" of the display, the refresh rates in which FreeSync/Adaptive Sync remains active on the display.  

While little has changed on the retail side, AMD themselves have been working hard to update their official FreeSync webpage, listing all AMD tested and certified FreeSync displays alongside their display type, whether it be a TN, VA or IPS display, alongside its resolution and FreeSync support. 

Now this page not only tells us that these displays are officially certified by AMD to support FreeSync, but it also tells us their exact FreeSync range, whether or not these displays support FreeSync over HDMI and if these displays support Low Framerate Compensation technology. 

  AMD Updates their FreeSync Webpage with Range Specifications  

 

While AMD's FreeSync webpage does not include ever display that supports FreeSync, it does give users a lot of important information which will no doubt influence purchasing decisions moving forward. 

Hopefully, retailers and monitor manufacturers can move to be more transparent regarding these specifications, allowing consumers to be more informed and confident when purchasing a FreeSync monitor. 

 

You can join the discussion on AMD updating their FreeSync monitor page with more detailed monitor specifications on the OC3D Forums

 

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03-05-2016, 07:43:14

Kushiro
About time AMD did this... Kudos to them

At least one company is doing something right.

Get those High perf notebook GPUs out AMD!!! Ive been waiting for a very long time. Moneys gonna go to Pascal if they release some weak crap and wait like 6 months to release the high end. Prob gonna be something like 2 months tho.Quote
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