Samsung is the first company to utilize the Radeon FreeSync adaptive refresh technology for stutter-free gaming inside a consumer television set. With High Dynamic Range (HDR) support up to 1000nits, Samsung's QLED displays allow gamers to experience high refresh rates and low latency on TVs at a variety of price points and screen sizes ranging from 55" to 82" .
Earlier this year, AMD expanded the ecosystem by propelling tear-free gameplay beyond the PC with the launch of support for FreeSync technology in Microsoft's Xbox One S and Xbox One X consoles in early March.
More than 250 FreeSync displays exist since AMD introduced its version of adaptive refresh rate technology. That's about twice the options offered by Nvidia's G-Sync, and most FreeSync panels are even more affordable.
FreeSync technology for Samsung's 2018 QLED TV range is available today for the QLED 55" - 82" models and the NU8000 / NU8500 55" - 82" Series. This will be delivered as part of an automatic Gamer Mode update.