Items tagged with freesync premium pro

Samsung is one of the leaders when it comes to advancing TV display technology. The South Korean company has been touting its MicroLED technology in its ultra-expensive "The Wall," which measures up to 292 inches diagonally. However, most of us mere plebeians don't have enough wall space (or the bank account) to accommodate such televisions in our homes. As a result, MicroLED technology is filtering down to smaller and more affordable TVs from Samsung. The company says that its edge-to-edge TVs will be available to purchase in 110- and 99-inch sizes starting this month. A smaller 88-inch display will launch later this fall, while an even smaller 76-inch model is in Samsung's "future... Read more...
With the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series and AMD Radeon RX 6800 Series roaming the streets these days (that's if you can find one), some gamers are probably looking for a monitor upgrade as well to complement their system. Luckily, the folks at AOC are happy to oblige with the release of their new Agon AG493UCX gaming monitor, which looks amazing. The Agon AG493UCX is a massive 49-inch, ultra-wide curved monitor with an aspect ratio of 32:9. That works out to a DQHD resolution of 5120x1440. According to AOC, this is like giving you two 27-inch QHD monitors in one, side-by-side. Since it's aimed at gamers, AOC has spec'd the monitor with a refresh rate of 120Hz, while GtG and MPRT response... Read more...
AMD is shaking up things when it comes to its FreeSync adaptive refresh rate technology. Previously, the company had two tiers that it marketed: FreeSync and FreeSync 2. Now, the company is shuffling things up a bit with a new three-pronged approach. Let's start off with FreeSync, which isn't changing in this new scheme. FreeSync remains the entry-level display solution promising tear-free, low-flicker and low-latency gaming with compatible Radeon graphics cards and gaming displays. Where things get interesting, however, is with FreeSync Premium, which is a brand-new tier. FreeSync Premium of course has all of the features of FreeSync, but these displays add in support for Low Framerate Compensation... Read more...