Xbox Scorpio will be compatible with FreeSync 2 and HDMI 2.1

Microsoft has chosen the people of Digital Foundry to publish information exclusively in Project Scorpio, the code name of its next console. They have already published the most important features, but there are still many little things to know. They have now released a new video in which they give details of their video technology.

Among them is the use of FreeSync 2, which AMD presented at CES in Las Vegas last January, and whose main improvement is that it supports high dynamic range (HDR) images. But along with this, also comes the new version HDMI 2.1, necessary to move graphics to 4K with HDR, and that, if not the case, could move 8K resolution screens. It will also be available for Xbox One games and Xbox 360 backdrops.

Generally the developers target the 30 or 60 FPS with vertical synchronization (V-Sync) for games by refreshment themes of the current screens and monitors, but with FreeSync could use other intermediate refresh rates, such as 40 or 50 FPS . Also, using FreeSync instead of V-Sync improves the latency of the input, or the response time between the player makes an action and is displayed on the screen is minimal.

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