Radeon FreeSync™ 技術

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盡情暢玩遊戲​

Radeon FreeSync​™ 技術讓遊戲斷斷續續和畫面破碎的情形不再發生,提供流暢、完美無瑕的性能,適用於任何的畫面播放速率  

電腦遊戲效能的重大突破指日可待。FreeSync™ 技術應用於特定的 AMD APU 和 GPU,可解決處理器和監視器之間的通訊問題,避免影像撕裂和斷斷續續之情形,輕鬆暢玩遊戲。​  

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輕鬆進行同步​

步驟 1
步驟 2
  • 選擇具備 FreeSync™ 功能的顯示器
  • 檢視下方的顯示器標籤
步驟 3
VSync Judder vs. Low Framerate Judder

​低畫格速率補償 (LFC)

LFC 是 Radeon Software 的新功能,可有效地擴充許多 Radeon FreeSync™ 顯示器的重新整理速率範圍,將原始順暢遊戲畫格速降至 30 FPS 以下。當安裝 Radeon Software Crimson Edition (或更新版本) 後,許多常見的 Radeon FreeSync™ 顯示器就會自動使用 LFC。  

*此圖僅供參考,係根據在搭載 Radeon FreeSync™ 技術的 Asus MG279Q 上執行的預期結果​  

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透過 HDMI® 執行 Radeon FreeSync™

自 2015 年 3 月起,Radeon™ 顯示卡和 Radeon FreeSync™ 技術已採用 DisplayPort™,在超過 40 款相容顯示器上暢玩遊戲。在 2016 年,AMD 致力於讓使用者更容易享受流暢的 PC 遊戲體驗,推出獨家延伸模組,讓 Radeon FreeSync™ 可透過 HDMI® 執行。透過與 Acer、LG 和 Samsung 的緊密技術合作,現在已有越來越多的新型顯示器支援透過 HDMI® 執行 Radeon FreeSync™。檢視下方的顯示器標籤。  

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​Radeon FreeSync™ 在 2016 年的進展

於 2016 年推出的新型 Radeon™ 顯示卡將支援 DisplayPort™ 1.3,此為 DisplayPort™ 標準的重大升級,可為新一代遊戲顯示器提供更高的解析度和超高重新整理速率。  

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 關於

完美同步

電腦遊戲經常是 GPU 描繪效果和監視器更新速率之間的競賽。即使是「垂直同步」(v-sync) 這樣的解決方案仍無法解決巔簸問題,而且帶來相關缺點,例如降低滑鼠反應和每秒畫面。Radeon FreeSync™ 技術可解決這些問題,可以完美暢玩遊戲並使效能達到高峰。我們具有突破性的硬體/軟體平台便是以業界標準所打造,DisplayPort™ Adaptive-Sync,能使 AMD APU 和 GPU 可直接控制相容監視器的更新速率。結果如何? 監視器可隨時更新畫面,使玩家盡情享受平順、反應迅速的遊戲,不再受畫面撕裂之苦。1  

FreeSync™ 無需花費

AMD 再次造就電玩歷史 — 獨步全球的實際「零成本」技術,能完美暢玩遊戲而無需花費所費不貲的所有權硬體、權利金或授權費用。這代表搭配 Radeon FreeSync™ 技術的監視器可以完美暢玩遊戲,與其他競爭技術顯示相比,則可節省高達 $300 美元。2因此在預算上,您可以把錢花在更重要的事物上:FPS!  

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 支援的產品

按一下以下連結以購買支援 Radeon FreeSync™ 技術的 AMD 產品。 ​  ​​

AMD PRO A6-8570E

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顯示卡
  • AMD Radeon R7 260
處理器
  • AMD A6-7400K

 支援的顯示器

​截至 2017 年 8 月 9 日,以下​顯示器與 Radeon FreeSync™ 技術相容。價格與上市日期由其各自製造商決定,並日後將由這些廠商宣布:​ 

  

 

 

XG270HUXG270HUDisplayPort™;#TN1Acer40-144Hz via DisplayPort2560x144027"
XZ321QXZ321QDisplayPort™;#HDMI®;#VA1Acer48-144Hz via DisplayPort; 40-70Hz via HDMI1920x108032"
BE270UBE270UDisplayPort™;#HDMI®;#IPS0Acer48-75Hz via DisplayPort 2560x144027"
XF240YUXF240YUDisplayPort™;#HDMI®;#TN1Acer40-144Hz via DisplayPort; 40-70Hz via HDMI2560x144024"
VE240YVE240YDisplayPort™;#IPS0Acer48-75Hz via DisplayPort1920x108024"
XR341CKXR341CKDisplayPort™;#IPS1Acer30-75Hz via DisplayPort3440x144034"
XF270HUXF270HUDisplayPort™;#IPS1Acer40-144Hz via DisplayPort2560x144027"
XF240HXF240HDisplayPort™;#HDMI®;#TN1Acer48-144Hz via DisplayPort and HDMI1920x108024"
XF290CXF290CDisplayPort™;#IPS0Acer48-75Hz via DisplayPort2560x108029"
XF270HUXF270HUDisplayPort™;#HDMI®;#TN1Acer40-144Hz via DisplayPort; 40-70Hz via HDMI1920x108027"
XF290CXF290CDisplayPort™;#IPS0Acer48-75Hz via DisplayPort2560x108029"
BX340CKBX340CKDisplayPort™;#IPS1Acer30-75Hz via DisplayPort3440x144034"
BX320HKBX320HKDisplayPort™;#A-HVA0Acer35-60Hz via DisplayPort3840x216032"
BE240YBE240YDisplayPort™;#IPS0Acer48-75Hz via DisplayPort1920x108024"
G2460PFG2460PFDisplayPort™;#HDMI®;#TN1AOC35-144Hz via DisplayPort; 35-120Hz via HDMI1920x108024"
G2460VQ6G2460VQ6DisplayPort™;#HDMI®;#TN0AOC48-75Hz via DisplayPort and HDMI1920x108024"
G2778VQG2778VQDisplayPort™;#TN0AOC48-75Hz via DisplayPort1920x108027"
G2770PGFG2770PGFDisplayPort™;#TN1AOC48-144Hz via DisplayPort1920x108027"
G2260VWQ6G2260VWQ6DisplayPort™;#TN0AOC48-75Hz via DisplayPort1920x108022"
U2879VFU2879VFDisplayPort™;#TN0AOC40-62Hz via DisplayPort3840x216028"
G2770PFG2770PFDisplayPort™;#HDMI®;#TN1AOC35-144Hz via DisplayPort; 35-120Hz via HDMI1920x108027"
MG279QMG279QDisplayPort™;#A-HVA1ASUS35-90Hz via DisplayPort2560x144027"
MG278QMG278QDisplayPort™;#TN1ASUS40-144Hz via DisplayPort2560x144027"
XL2730ZXL2730ZDisplayPort™;#TN1BenQ40-144Hz via DisplayPort2560x144027"
Pavilion 32 V.2Pavilion 32 V.2DisplayPort™;#HDMI®;#TBA0HP48-70Hz via DisplayPort and HDMI2560x144032"
GB2488HSUGB2488HSUDisplayPort™;#TN1Iiyama35-120Hz via DisplayPort1920x108024"
GB2788HSGB2788HSDisplayPort™;#TN1Iiyama45-144Hz via DisplayPort1920x108027"
GB2888UHSUGB2888UHSUDisplayPort™;#TN0Iiyama40-60Hz via DisplayPort3840x216028"
B2783QSUB2783QSUDisplayPort™;#TN0Iiyama48-70Hz via DisplayPort2560x144027"
LCD-M4K282XBLCD-M4K282XBDisplayPort™;#TBA040-60Hz via DisplayPort3840x216028"
34UM5734UM57DisplayPort™;#IPS0LG Electronics40-75Hz via DisplayPort2560x108034"
27MU6727MU67DisplayPort™;#IPS0LG Electronics40-60Hz via DisplayPort3840x216027"
27MU6827MU68DisplayPort™;#IPS0LG Electronics40-60Hz via DisplayPort3840x216027"
29UM6729UM67DisplayPort™;#IPS0LG Electronics40-75Hz via DisplayPort2560x108029"
34UM6734UM67DisplayPort™;#IPS0LG Electronics40-75Hz via DisplayPort2560x108034"
29UM6829UM68DisplayPort™;#IPS0LG Electronics40-75Hz via DisplayPort2560x108029"
34UM6834UM68DisplayPort™;#IPS0LG Electronics40-75Hz via DisplayPort2560x108034"
29UC8829UC88DisplayPort™;#IPS0LG Electronics40-75Hz via DisplayPort2560x108029"
NX-VUE24NX-VUE24DisplayPort™;#TN1Nixeus30-144Hz via DisplayPort1920x108024"
279X62JSW279X62JSWDisplayPort™;#TN0Philips48-69Hz via DisplayPort1920x108027"
C27F591C27F591DisplayPort™;#VA0Samsung48-72Hz via DisplayPort1920x108027"
C24F390FHCC24F390FHCHDMI®;#VA0Samsung48-72Hz via HDMI1920x108024"
C27F390FHCC27F390FHCHDMI®;#VA0Samsung48-72Hz via HDMI1920x108027"
S24F350FHWS24F350FHWHDMI®;#IPS0Samsung48-72Hz via HDMI1920x108024"
S27F350FHWS27F350FHWHDMI®;#IPS0Samsung48-72Hz via HDMI1920x108027"
U24E590DU24E590DDisplayPort™;#PLS0Samsung40-60Hz via DisplayPort3840x216024"
U28E590DU28E590DDisplayPort™;#TN0Samsung40-60Hz via DisplayPort3840x216028"
U24E850RU24E850RDisplayPort™;#PLS0Samsung40-60Hz via DisplayPort3840x216024"
U28E850RU28E850RDisplayPort™;#TN0Samsung40-60Hz via DisplayPort3840x216028"
U32E850RU32E850RDisplayPort™;#PLS0Samsung40-60Hz via DisplayPort3840x216032"

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 常見問題

  

  

​A rift in your visual experience

Take a look at this photo. See that horizontal break halfway down? That break is called a “screen tear.” You’d never tolerate it in your still photographs, but screen tears are a constant torment for PC gamers. They come and go in a flash, but that’s enough to annoy.  

Two sides out of sync

The problem is that your content and your monitor are rarely in complete sync. While computer monitors are refreshed at a constant rate, game frame rates are sporadic – the computer draws frames as fast as it can, and that varies constantly. Meanwhile, the display is updating at a steady rate, usually 60Hz (frames per second). That’s what causes the screen to "tear" – the monitor is being fed a new frame before it has finished drawing the last one.​​​​  

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