We all know AMD upcoming GPUs will support High Dynamic Range (HDR), allowing AMD Radeon GPUs to support 32-bit colour, which is higher than 10-bit colours of standard GPUs. AMD showcased a demo of HDR in CES 2016.
The colour difference is pretty significant, the demo also showcase the black and white difference, in the stars and space.
Those who not familiar with colour-bit, the 32-bit colour has full 16.7 million colour full RBG and the 10-bit support 1.07 million colour sRGB standard.
With this new HDR Technology AMD claims that a 1080p HDR content will look better than standard dynamic range (SDR) 4K content.
AMD and the Radeon Technologies Group are dedicated to delivering gamers and cinema enthusiasts a better picture through HDR Graphics. See the difference between Standard Dynamic Range and High Dynamic Range in this real-time demo.
Know more about upcoming Radeon Technologies here.