The Korean manufacturer breaks the dam and introduces the first models that abandon the exclusive dependence on the "DisplayPort, And offer a material synchronization of frame rate with connections HDMI Common
the mother FreeSync technology To perform a vertical sync between the means of display and the graphics card on its way to becoming the leading standard in the entire screen market? Samsung is announcing three new screens, the first of its kind to offer support for AMD technology Based on common HDMI connections, Rather than the less known DisplayPort connections it has been based on NVIDIA's rival G-Sync technology Is based) to this day.
The new models meet the CF390 names (simpler, 23.5 and 27 inches) and CF591 (the more advanced, 27 only), and continue the trend of display by the Korean manufacturer in recent years - this time with the latest Within a radius of 1800 millimeters. In simple language translation, these are screens that are more significantly concave than most screens available in stores right now, for better or worse.
All models are based on VA (competing with IPS) panels, with 1080p resolution, 60 Hz refresh rate, 250 Lumen average brightness, 1 static contrast ratio for 3,000 and 4 GTG response time of milliseconds, The CF390 will be available in glossy black and with a single HDMI 1.4 connection alongside an old VGA connection, while the CF591 will be offered in white or silver with a pair of HDMI 1.4 connections, DisplayPort Plus a single VGA connection.
It is not yet known how much the new models will go, but the news of support for HDMI is significant and absolutely gratifying, and gives us hope for a day when most of the means of display in the market will know and can offer support for the HDMI-FreeSync, With a minimal to non-existent price difference compared to standard screens that rely on V-Sync software - which allows us all to enjoy gaming and smoother, more pleasing eyes, without the notorious screen tearing.