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2016
January
06

1. 144 Hz output applicable graphics adapters

The following graphics adapters support 2560×1440 at 144 Hz output via DisplayPort.
- AMD Radeon R9 / R7 series, HD 7700 series or later
- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 900 series or later
- Intel HD Graphics 500 series or later

 

2. FreeSync applicable products

AMD graphics boards and APUs which have the following logo support FreeSync technology.
AMD free sync logo
For the latest information, please refer to the AMD web site.

 

3. FreeSync settings

How to set up FreeSync using the following environment as an example.

OS: Windows 10 64-bit
Graphics board: AMD Radeon R9 Nano
Graphics driver: Crimson Edition 15.12

3.1 Monitor settings

Note: It is unnecessary to change from the default settings.
1) Turn off the monitor.
2) While pressing the control button up, press the power button for at least two seconds. The administrator menu appears.
3) Change Signal Format setting to “FreeSync (High)”.

3.2 Graphics driver settings

1) Open “Radeon settings” (graphics driver menu).
2) Turn on “AMD FreeSync” on “Display” menu.

Radeon Settings

3.3 Windows settings

1) Open “System” from Windows “Settings” menu.
2) Open “Display” and click “Advanced display settings”.
3) Click “Display adapter properties".
4) Set the refresh rate in “Monitor” tab.
Note: Please set the refresh rate to 100 Hz or higher with FS2735 default setting (FreeSync (High)).
Monitor refresh rate setting

 

4. Blur Reduction settings

- Blur Reduction and FreeSync functions cannot be used simultaneously.
- Blur Reduction is disabled when the Power LED of the monitor is red which indicates FreeSync is active.
- If you cannot disable FreeSync with "AMD FreeSync" setting of "Radeon settings", please change the monitor setting as follows.

4.1 Monitor settings

1) Turn off the monitor.
2) While pressing the control button up, press the power button for at least two seconds. The administrator menu appears.
3) Change Signal Format setting to “DisplayPort 1.2”.