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    AMD sets stage for next-gen displays with FreeSync 2

    Monitors promising "Pixel Perfect Smooth Gaming" to arrive in the first half of 2017.
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    Re: AMD sets stage for next-gen displays with FreeSync 2

    So this is AMD's way of duct taping HDR support into Windows and it requires support by the game itself.

    It's good that they take most of the trouble out of it making it as plug and play as possible with automatic SRGB/HDR10 auto switching & pre-calibrated HDR10 displays but it's also another custom API to support.

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    Re: AMD sets stage for next-gen displays with FreeSync 2

    I've been pronouncing 'Radeon' wrong all these years.

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    Re: AMD sets stage for next-gen displays with FreeSync 2

    How?

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    Re: AMD sets stage for next-gen displays with FreeSync 2

    So is this compatible with all current freesync cards or just all future freesync cards?

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    Re: AMD sets stage for next-gen displays with FreeSync 2

    Quote Originally Posted by Xlucine View Post
    How?
    Because I didn't apply the lengthening effect of the e in 'eon' at the end of the word. So I was saying 'rædin̩' rather than 'reɪdin̩'

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