AMD's open alternative to Nvidia's G-Sync finally arrives. and in force.
LG's wide aspect ratio features an IPS panel and FreeSync support
Nvidia's G-Sync was first out the gate, but it requires that panel makers use modules that add cost to the bill of materials.
It's just a flip of a switch to turn on FreeSync in a panel that supports it.
Like G-Sync, once you have FreeSync enabled on a compatible monitor, all you need to do is enable it in the Radeon's control panel.
AMD's FreeSync demo exhibits tearing and stuttering when FreeSync is disabled.
Even at average frame rates of 250 fps, Codemaster's Grid 2 didn't exhibit any tearing to my eyes.
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