Samsung has already launched QLED gaming monitors with AMD free sync Image: AMD
AMD and Samsung just brought to gamers the ultra-wide gaming experience by introducing the Radeon FreeSync technology in the new Samsung QLED 55” to 82” TV range.
Samsung is the first company to utilise the industry-leading adaptive refresh technology for stutter-free gaming in a consumer television set. With High Dynamic Range (HDR) support up to 1000, Samsung’s QLED displays allow gamers to experience strikingly high refresh rates and low latency on TV screens ranging from 55” to 82” inches.
Over the last three years, Radeon FreeSync technology has driven widespread adoption to become one of the most selected solutions for smooth gaming. Earlier this year in March, AMD expanded the ecosystem by propelling tear-free gameplay beyond the PC with the launch of support for FreeSync technology in Microsoft’s Xbox One S and Xbox One X consoles.
“Whether you’re a console or PC gamer, playing on a PC display or your living room TV, Radeon FreeSync technology powers exceptional stutter-free gaming experiences,” said Scott Herkelman, vice-president and general manager, Radeon Technologies Group, AMD. “We launched FreeSync technology with a mission to end frame tearing and dropped frames, as well as improve the experience for gamers around the world. With Samsung’s FreeSync technology QLED TVs, extra smooth gameplay visuals have never been so accessible, and never in such a large and appealing format,” he added.
“Our users demand the absolute best in visual quality, and that extends to smooth gaming low latency. We're thrilled to bring the power of Radeon FreeSync technology to Samsung TVs for players around the world,” said Chu Jongsuk, senior vice-president at Samsung.