Meet Nvidia’s new 360Hz G-Sync Display


If you are a PC gamer and love to play high-definition games on your big PC screen, then here’s some good news for you all. NVIDIA has designed a new technology that offers 360Hz of refresh rate. The company has just announced its new 360HZ G-Sync display to the technology world taking PC gaming to the next level.

The company has partnered with Asus and they will start delivering their new G-Sync displays along with Asus starting from this year. The first PC that will get the G-Sync display of NVIDIA is the Asus ROG Swift 360 monitor. Asus is planning to introduce its first Asus ROG Swift 360 monitor during a special launch event at CES 2020 in Las Vegas this week.

The company has previously introduced the same G-Sync tech in the year 2013. During the period of 6 years, the company has introduced a variety of displays with different refresh rates. Today, they have just made everyone amazed by bringing the G-Sync Display to the market.

G-Sync and its features are there for the professional PC users who work on graphics or animations industry. Apart from this, the same technology will help gamers to experience the best of gaming with visually rich graphics.

The company has not clearly mentioned anything about the availability of their all-new G-Sync display with the 360Hz, but what we know so far is that Asus is the manufacturer who will first launch this display with its ROG Swift 360 monitor. This monitor is all set to be made available for the public later this year.

As noted above, the exact launch date of the new Display and the ROG Swift 360 monitor have not been disclosed by the companies yet. We also don’t know what could be the actual pricing of the new ROG Monitor as of now. Little did we know about it is that they will carry a premium price tag.

The full demonstration of this new Display will be done by the company at CES this week. We will have to test it out during the showcase time to see how good it is and what makes it the most advanced one!

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