AMD held an event for editors called RTG Technology Summit, where they revealed information about its next-generation graphics cards, which incorporate the new display connector DisplayPort 1.3 that will achieve 5K resolution @ 60 Hz with a single cable thanks to its bandwidth 32.4 Gbps (80% higher than the HDMI 2.0). On the other hand, there HDMI 2.0 will be implemented, which will support AMD FreeSync technology, not as usual, it was a unique technology under the DisplayPort 1.2a port.

On the other hand, the Radeon R9 300 Series and the next generation of GPUs for 2016 will be updated to allow High Dynamic Range (HDR) images, which will improve the picture quality. The rest of the information is completed by a better system of coded support monitors up to 240 Hz, and the arrival of laptops with AMD technology FreeSync already implemented on Lenovo Y700.

AMD Radeon: DisplayPort 1.3, HDMI 2.0 and HDR in 2016 GPUs

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