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Tested: AMD's Frame Rate Target Control delivers real benefits for Radeon gamers

Jason Evangelho | July 3, 2015
For years, AMD has prioritized raw graphics processing horsepower over things like power efficiency and quieter operation. Then Nvidia's Maxwell architecture came along and proved that video cards could dominate the benchmarks while still sipping power.

That said, we've been impressed with Frame Rate Target Control while thoroughly testing it over the past few days. The experience is augmented even further when you incorporate one of AMD's FreeSync panels, which allows your display to dynamically sync its refresh rate with your GPU, eliminating screen tearing and input lag from the equation. But with or without FreeSync, FRTC is a very welcome new feature in AMD's software ecosystem.


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