Saturday, January 10, 2015

CES: video demonstrates Freesync technology at 240 fps – PC Games Hardware

At CES, AMD has announced that the first Freesync monitors will go on sale in January. In addition, AMD has presented live in action at CES Freesync: The colleagues of techreport have then added a 240-fps video, which demonstrates the power of Freesync impressively

For over a year, is spoken of Freesync, AMD Thanks for Nvidia G-Sync. At CES 2015, there was quite specific: AMD has announced the availability of ten Freesync monitors known. The styles include, for example, the BenQ XL2730Z, the LG Electronics 29UM67, the Nixeus NX-VUE24, the Samsung UE850 or ViewSonic VX2701mh. While putting some of these monitors on a Bildwiederholfrequenzrate of 60 Hz, while others have 144 Hz. Even with the resolution, there are differences, ranging up to 2,560 x 1,440 pixels. By the way: The Freesync certificate is awarded directly from AMD. However, the certification process is free, so users will not face an additional surcharge.

The colleagues of techreport have this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) used to include an impressive video. This demonstrates at 240 fps performance of Freesync. Freesync is disabled, the refresh rate is 60 Hz, the tearing effect is quite obvious. After enabling Freesnyc 44-45 Hz can be achieved, tearing can no longer be perceived. First, extensive tests of Freesync technology should soon follow, eventually to first Freesync monitors come on the market in January.



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