AMD Releases Radeon FreeSync 2 HDR Oasis Demo

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    AMD today is releasing a new technology demo that showcases FreeSync (Adaptive Sync) as well as HDR. The new Oasis demo cycles through some nice scenery and you can proactively switch in-between FreeS...

    AMD Releases Radeon FreeSync 2 HDR Oasis Demo
     
  2. MorganX

    MorganX Member Guru

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    No download link?
     
  3. Mufflore

    Mufflore Ancient Guru

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    No Oasis there, its a mirage.
     
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    not releasing a public download link is so much fun, AMD
     

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    Lol, those stutters whenever framerate dips a bit. Is this video capture effect or it looks like that on FreeSync monitor as well?
     
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    I think this is judder caused by the recording/encoding. It looks similar to what you'll get when using traditional Vsync with an uncapped framerate.
     
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    I think the G-Sync Ultimate HDR1000 on my Acer Predator X27 looks better (but that's just my opinion).
     
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    Dang, that's a nice monitor. What are your frames like when pushing some of the more modern titles that support HDR. Seems like it would be incredibly tough to drive that res and get near the refresh rate max in newer games.
     
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    Youtube is becoming better at sending people into its fringes.
    Took me 3 clicks from this video to get navigated to full movie "Mayhem" ... (Who have not seen it, should.)
    :D
     

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    Really gorgeous, assuming it is 10-bit SDR...be nice when AMD releases the real demo so we can run it on our hardware! Yep, stuttering is caused by the changing of the Hz rates in the recording medium. Very nice, thanks HH! Shows how far games have to go before they actually support 10-bit SDR modes properly, imo! (Let alone HDR.)
     
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    Whats the gpu utilisation like on this, knowing amd (since their windmill demo was garbage) it uses 99% and only gets 55fps and then theres an in application frame counter that lies about the actual framerate.
     
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    Well, I have two PCs. One is a Core i9 7980xe and I have my TITAN RTX in there right now. I usually don't bother overclocking the Predator X27 to 144hz unless I know for a fact the card can push 144fps or near/higher but usually leave it at 120hz because at 144hz it turns the signal into YCbCr and at 120hz it uses 8-bit RGB +FRC (and at 98hz it is 10-bit RGB). I also have two Asus ROG STRIX RTX 2080Ti cards I on my i9 9900k test bench in NVLink and IF a game can take advantage of SLI and scale well, that system screams. Its even better when I NVLink them on the i9 7980xe w/ Rampage VI Extreme board and overclock to 4.4Gh+ because of the 16x/16x PCIe lanes.

    I also have an MSI RTX 2080Ti Gaming X Trio that just sits in its anti-static bag because I don't have anywhere else to install it in right now. :(
     
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    Still no download link ?
    Or is it only for professional use ?
     

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    Same question as for "windmill" Why on "no-fps-limit" it still plays on 60fps max.
     

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