What is AMD FreeSync and How Does it Work on TV?

    1. AMD FreeSync is a technology that aligns a screen’s refresh rate to the frame rate of the content on display.
    2. The content on display can be a video game or video clip.
    3. It is designed to eliminate stuttering or tearing of screen pictures in games and videos.
    4. Refresh rate refers to how often a screen updates the on-screen image.
    5. It also means the frequency at which your phone screen fetches new images.
    6. Frame rate, on the other hand, refers to the rate at which the content on your screen displays frames.
    7. It is also called FPS (frames per second). Video games often require high frame rates of up to 60 FPS.
    8. Where the screen refresh rate and the video game frame rates do not match, pictures on your screen will appear broken and disjointed.
    9. AMD FreeSync automatically matches the two aspects to give you a smooth viewing or gaming experience.


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