Yesterday, Nvidia announced that in CES 2020 it will be showcasing the new G-SYNC e-sports monitor with 360Hz refresh rate. The company has partnered with ASUS to implement the new tech in ASUS ROG Swift 360 – the world’s first 360Hz gaming monitor. The 24.5-inch 1080p monitor has been designed specifically for professional gaming and training.
144Hz and 240Hz refresh rates are commonly found in most gaming monitors. 360Hz refresh rate means that frames are displayed once every 2.8 milliseconds or refreshed 360 times per second. For this reason, the Swift 360 will have smoother animations, lower latency and less ghosting than its predecessors.
To take full advantage of this higher refresh rate, you will need a powerful GPU and play games like Overwatch or CS: GO. This way your eyes will be able to notice the difference.
When I switched between 240 and 360, I could immediately tell that there was a difference. This display is great for gamers who want to maximize their potential.n0thing, five-time CS:GO Champion
This week at CES 2020, Nvidia will be demonstrating the 360Hz monitor and many users and tech enthusiasts will be testing it to see if it lives up to their expectations. Nvidia is claiming that flick shots have improved up to 37% over a regular 60Hz monitor, so the difference should be very noticeable.
When is Nvidia releasing the 360HZ Monitor?
The ASUS ROG Swift 360 monitor will be coming out later this year. The pricing is not available yet, but it will definitely be more than an average gaming monitor because of its advanced features.
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Source: Nvidia News
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