NVIDIA and ASUS will unveil the world's first G-SYNC 360Hz display this week at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Launched this year, the display is perfectly compatible with the gaming GPU, GeForce RTX, and will boost the gaming experience to an unparalleled level.
Introduced first in 2013, NVIDIA G-SYNC is well known for its variable refresh rate (VRR) technology, which eliminates tearing by synchronizing the display's refresh rate with the GPU's frame rate. Since then, the G-SYNC processor has dynamic overdrive to enhance player perception, custom-adjustable firmware to better target by improving image quality, and this 360Hz refresh to reduce response time Rate and other new display technologies that accelerate esports video quality have evolved.
esports pros have traditionally accepted the tearing of frames on the display to reduce the wait time between updates of the next frame, but with G-SYNC's 360Hz frame rate and VRR, Will be refreshed within 3 milliseconds, giving eSports professionals both unframed frames and overwhelmingly low latency.
Developed in collaboration with NVIDIA, ASUS ROG Swift 360 is designed for esports competitions and features a 24.5-inch form factor that allows you to see every pixel on screen in your field of view. ASUS ROG Swift 360 features ASUS's new smart ROG finish, so you can play on the big stage of any esports event with the following features:
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