After long waiting VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) Now it’s also available on PS5. This is a much needed feature for gamers and provides smoother gameplay with fewer graphic artifacts with supported TVs and monitors. We will explain below How to activate it on your PS5.
VRR or “Variable Refresh Rate” is a function that allows you to dynamically synchronize the screen’s refresh rate with the PS5’s graphics output. The resulting benefit is to reduce or eliminate visual artifacts, such as screen tearing and frame speed issues, as well Smoother gaming experienceClearer images and less lag.
There are some requirements to enable VRR on PS5. First, this feature is only available using a file HDMI 2.1 . cable To connect the console to the monitor, which is already included in the PS5 package.
Another prerequisite is that you TV or monitor supports VRR. If you are not sure, we recommend that you check the specifications of the monitor. In this news, we have reported a list of VRR compatible TVs and monitors on PS5.
If you have met the above requirements and installed the latest PS5 firmware, it should be VRR Activate automatically. Below is a list of PS5 games that are compatible with VRR, which will expand over time as developers incorporate support into their titles.
If you want it is possible Force VRR to be activated Even for unsupported games. To do this, you will need to access the PS5 settings, select “Display & Video” and then “Video Output”. Here’s the “VRR” item, set to “auto” by default. Below you will find the choice to enable VRR even for unsupported games. However, keep in mind that this may cause visual problems and not only with some titles. If this happens we advise you to deactivate this option.
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