Xbox One update brings AMD Freesync support, automatic TV game mode switching

Xbox One update brings AMD Freesync support, automatic TV game mode switching

Xbox One update brings AMD Freesync support, automatic TV game mode switching

The upcoming Xbox spring update will already include support fro 1440p on the Xbox One X and Xbox One S for monitors, but adding support for FreeSync will allow compatible displays to sync refresh rates with Microsoft's game consoles.

Microsoft has confirmed that the Xbox One X and the Xbox One S will soon receive support for AMD Radeon FreeSync displays. Furthermore, both the FreeSync and G-Sync are often used in gaming PCs and high-end monitors. Like Nvidia's G-Sync, it helps to remove tearing and stuttering usually associated with gaming on monitors, as the tech syncs refresh rates to ensure games are running smoothly.

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Microsoft will be rolling out FreeSync support next week to Xbox Insiders in the alpha ring.

Many modern TVs have a low-latency "game mode" which turns off any special processing of image and motion that the TV does for movies or other programs. When enabled, this will send a signal to a compatible TV that a game is being played and to turn on its Game Mode, which many TVs have in order to reduce latency. During the webcast, Microsoft also teased that seven games will be coming to the Xbox Game Pass in April, including Cities: Skylines. Support for AMD Freesync is coming this spring but low-latency support will not be available until a future update later in 2018, perhaps with the Redstone 5 update for Windows 10, given that Xbox platform and Windows platform software updates are aligned.

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When you come back to the TVs main menu to launch Netflix, for example, the Low Latency mode will be disabled and your TV will automatically return to the classic settings so you can enjoy the best experience.

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