The gaming world is going gaga over FreeSync technology launched by Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD). It is an open software standard for PC games. The software has been designed by AMD and offers effortless motion, while also deleting image tearing. The good part is that the frame rate remains intact and makes the gameplay better. This feature resembles the VSync setting, which the user can manually enable to prevent tearing, while gaming. In addition, v-sync h holds a game’s frame rate to 60 per second and can impact smoothness. FreeSync aims at offering the benefits of VSync, albeit not disturbing the amount of frames per second and overall gaming performance.
As the name suggests, the FreeSync takes a dig at the costly GSync of Nvidia Corporation (NVDA), its direct competitor. However, AMD has not only received good response to its product, but Nvidia is definitely in trouble with analysts who have downgraded its ratings. With AMD’s technology doing well and being cheaper, it won’t be long before computer companies opt for it, good news for investors and shareholders. Continue Reading »