Many More AMD FreeSync Monitors Are On The Way
Written by Michael Larabel in AMD on 5 January 2015 at 08:00 AM EST. 41 Comments
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A number of new monitors that support AMD FreeSync are being shown off this week at CES. FreeSync is AMD's method of matching the monitor's variable refresh rate to that of the graphics card that is similar to the now VESA-approved DisplayPort Adaptive-Sync.

LG, BenQ, Samsung, and ViewSonic are among the major players that have already been confirmed for showing off new FreeSync-enabled displays this week at CES in Las Vegas. The new FreeSync displays from AMD's partners support refresh rates between 30 and 144Hz with resolutions of 1080p to Ultra HD / 4K.


One of the nicest FreeSync monitors shown off thus far is the LG 34UM67 that is a 34-inch 21:9 ultra-wide display running at 3440 x 1440, per the PR from last week.

Stay tuned for more FreeSync news and other exciting hardware announcements from CES this week in Vegas.
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