Samsung QLED TVs are also perfect for gaming thanks to support for AMD FreeSync technology
Using a TV for gaming is strictly not recommended due to refresh rate limits and not very high response time. However, Samsung is trying to redefine this belief with the 2018 models of the Samsung QLED TVs. In fact, they are the first televisions to support the technology. AMD FreeSync with the latest firmware update.
In particular, are the models Q6FN, Q7FN, Q8FN, Q9FN and NU8000 support technology that, to the uninitiated, sync refresh and frame rate to reduce artifacts and artifacts (in static scenes they are lowered while in busy scenes they are raised).
our 2018 @Samsung The QLED (Q6FN, Q7FN, Q8FN and Q9FN) and NU8000 have received firmware update 1103, which adds a free sync option in the game mode menu. We are currently testing it and should have results soon.
— Rtings (@rtingsdotcom) May 23, 2018
However, FreeSync support comes at a price. While all compatible Samsung QLED TVs have 4K panels, to use AMD FreeSync it is You need to limit the resolution to 1080p. For now, at least, it looks like you can choose between smoother gameplay or sharper visuals. Once the firmware is updated, you will be able to enable or disable the feature in your TV's game mode settings.
It may seem obvious, but to use AMD FreeSync technology you need to have a Gaming PC with a next-generation AMD GPU inside. Alternatively, Xbox One S and Xbox One X also support the technology.