ASUS and Lenovo are bringing AFMF to their handhelds

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In case you don’t know, AMD is adding support for Fluid Motion Frame technology to all DirectX 11 and 12 games.

This looks like an exciting feature, and many handheld manufacturers are eager to add it to their devices.

ASUS and Lenovo are looking to implement AMD AFMF on their handhelds

AMD AFMF is available on desktops, and it’s a great feature that can give you extra frames and make your gameplay smoother. Therefore, it’s no surprise that handheld manufacturers want to utilize it as well.

According to ASUS’s tweet, they are working on bringing this feature to ROG Ally, but the drivers need additional testing.  Certification from AMD is also required before we can see this feature available to the public.

Lenovo is also interested in this feature according to the post on Lenovo forums, and the company is looking for a proper way to implement it on Legion Go.

It has been reported that AFMF can reduce battery usage and add noticeable smoothness, so it’s no wonder that handheld manufacturers are looking to add it.

Unfortunately, we have no information on when will AFMF appear on Legion Go or ROG Ally, and while it’s possible to sideload a driver that supports AFMF on Legion Go, Lenovo discourages users from doing so.

Speaking of Legion Go, we have a great comparison guide between Legion Go, ROG Ally, and Steam Deck that you shouldn’t miss.

Are you excited about AFMF, and have you tried it yet? Let us know in the comments.

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