AMD Announces FreeSync 2: Support for HDR Content

By the looks of it, the big trend in 2017 is HDR (High Dynamic Range). It’s no longer an exclusive for TV’s anymore as AMD has now announced FreeSync 2, which adds support for HDR. By combining HDR and a dynamic refresh rate technology, you will ultimately get a smoother and better-looking picture with vivid colors with

OLED Monitors 2016 – Buyer’s Guide

OLED monitors are still something yet to bee seen in mass production as they are currently very cost-extensive. They produce crystal clear images and are much more superior to any of the other panel technologies widely available today (as of 2016) and will only get better in 2017 and 2018. The main reason that OLED

Spontaneous Pop-up Display (SPUD) – Ultra Portable 24-inch Monitor

Let us introduce you to the SPUD – the Spontaneous Pop-up Display (SPUD) by Arovia, which is essentially a portable 24-inch monitor that can collapse and expand like an umbrella. It’s the product of a Kickstarter campaign that is still running as of the date of this writing. The SPUD is basically an umbrella monitor

AMD FreeSync Might Soon Be Supported On TVs

If 4K and HDR weren’t enough for you TV enthusiasts, AMD has revealed that they are working with the entire display community on getting support for FreeSync in more places. At the end of 2015, we learned that At the end of 2015, we learned that FreeSync would be available over HDMI in 2016 and the

Acer Announces New Gaming Monitors With Tobii Eye Tracking

  The monitor and TV industry are constantly getting better for each year with more pixels, higher refresh rates, better connectivity, higher contrast and better brightness. This is all good and we all love it, but if there’s something that we haven’t seen yet, it is eye tracking built directly into a monitor. Acer has

Laptops With 120Hz 1440p Displays Are Now Coming

As some of you already knows, Nvidia will now be able to deliver GTX 1080, GTX 1070 and GTX 1060 graphics cards into laptops and they are at the same time dropping the “M” suffix. These laptop GPU’s will, in terms of performance, be equal or even better than their desktop counterparts, which is why

AMD FreeSync coming to TVs soon

We will be seeing a lot of TVs with AMD FreeSync support soon. Very soon, actually, according to Richard Huddy, who is a Chief Gaming Scientist at AMD. Since Adaptive Sync was added to the HDMI standard here in 2016, he expects that televisions will soon adopt the feature too, because it will be an easy

NVIDIA GTX 1080 and 1070 will be faster than TITAN X and cost much less

18 months. That’s how long it has been since NVIDIA announced their Maxwell architecture, and now the company has just released information about their upcoming next-gen graphics card, the NVIDIA GTX 1070 and NVIDIA GTX 1080. They wil be released in June 10, 2016 and when they finally do, they will change everything. AMD is

AMD FreeSync Will Soon Be Supported On Linux With A New Driver

Most of you are probably already aware of AMD FreeSync, a variable refresh rate feature that is available in select AMD graphics cards. The technology eliminates screen tearing by synchronizing the monitor’s refresh rate with the output of frames produced by the graphics card, resulting in a tear-free and fluid experience. The technology comes with

How To Overclock Your Monitor For a Higher Refresh Rate

As you might already know, you can overclock a lot of hardware easily for a higher performance. That applies for computer hardware too, as you can overclock your graphics card, RAM and CPU. A lot of people already know this, but what fewer people know is that you can also overclock your monitor and get

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