AMD cards have become increasingly popular for gaming, but which ones support FSR (FreeSync/Adaptive-Sync) technology? FreeSync eliminates image distortion and tearing, while Adaptive-Sync helps to reduce input lag and stuttering. Luckily, most AMD graphics cards support FSR technologies, whether you’re looking for a low-end budget model or a powerful flagship card.
What is FSR?
Freesync 2 HDR (FSR) is an adaptive synchronization technology developed by AMD for monitors and video cards. It works by automatically adjusting the refresh rate of the monitor to match the frame rate of the graphics card, eliminating screen tearing and stutter.
Which AMD Cards Support FSR?
AMD’s Freesync 2 HDR technology is supported on a wide range of AMD graphics cards, including the RX 400, RX 500, and RX Vega series, as well as the Radeon Pro series. The latest Radeon VII also supports FSR.
RX 400 Series
The RX 400 series consists of the RX 460, RX 470, RX 480, and RX 490. All of these cards support FSR.
RX 500 Series
The RX 500 series includes the RX 550, RX 560, RX 570, RX 580, and RX 590. All of these cards support FSR.
RX Vega Series
The RX Vega series includes the RX Vega 56 and RX Vega 64. Both of these cards support FSR.
Radeon Pro Series
The Radeon Pro series includes the Radeon Pro WX 7100, Radeon Pro WX 9100, and Radeon Pro Vega 56/64. All of these cards support FSR.
AMD’s Freesync 2 HDR technology is supported on a wide range of AMD graphics cards, including the RX 400, RX 500, RX Vega, and Radeon Pro series. This allows users to enjoy smooth gaming and video playback with minimal screen tearing and stutter.