AMD introduced a new frame rate synchronization technology called” Enhanced Sync” with it latest ReLive driver update. Enhanced Sync replaces V-sync and improves the FreeSync to offer a smooth gaming experience on any display. If your PC has FreeSync, then this will act as an extra measure to keep the latency and tearing to the minimum. AMD in response to NVidia’s G-sync technology released FreeSync to improve frame rate synchronization.
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