During the fair at CES 2015. Numbers of manufacturers have released their AMD FreeSync monitors including BenQ, LG, Nixeus, Samsung and ViewSonic. These all manufacturers has shown love to the synchronization of dynamic refresh rate AMD FreeSync.
AMD FreeSync Monitors from LG, Nixeus, Samsung and ViewSonic released at CES 2015
AMD FreeSync technology can improve the quality of the game, using the dynamic synchronization with the screen refresh rate that will be supported by the latest graphics cards from AMD Radeon (including newer APUs) render one frame image. As a result, significantly reduced the time delay response and it is possible to reduce or eliminate the visual defects that appear during the game and video playback.
Appear on the market, we have seen models between 24-34 inch sizes, the resolution of Full HD to Ultra HD, as well as serving refresh rate from 30-144Hz and a number of options for dedicated players.
“The broad adoption of FreeSync technology from our partners shows how the industry strongly values the same open ecosystem and quality that AMD strives for. Gamers who use FreeSync technology with AMD Radeon R-Series graphics and AMD latest generation of APUs can rest assured that they are enjoying the best possible experience,” said Roy Taylor, Corporate Vice-President, ISV/IHV Partner Group, AMD.
|BenQ XL2730Z||27 “||2560×1440 (QHD)||144 Hz|
|LG 29UM67||29 “||2560×1080||75 Hz|
|LG 34UM67||34 “||2560×1080||75 Hz|
|Nixeus NX-VUE24||24 “||1920×1080||144 Hz|
|Samsung Series UE590||23.6 “/ 28”||3840×2160 (Ultra HD)||60 Hz|
|Samsung Series UE850||23.6 ‘/ 28’ / 31.5 ‘||3840×2160 (Ultra HD)||60 Hz|
|ViewSonic VX2701mh||27 “||1920×1080||144 Hz|
AMD FreeSync monitors will be available in the variety of different prices depends on the features. The first models which have been presented will go on sale later this month.