CES 2020 will officially start from tomorrow, but at the world’s largest tech event, many companies have already demonstrated their new technology.
Nvidia, the company that has popularized the GPU word, is going to introduce the new technology at CES 2020 that will allow for attractive 360 Hz display refresh rates. The company optimized the G-sync technology that made its debut in 2013 to achieve this feat.
The 360Hz G-Sync system will refresh the screen every 2.8 milliseconds 360 times a second or once, making it truly a dream for all sports players. The latest offering from Nvidia will be made available in Asus 24.5 inch 1080p gaming display making it Nvidia’s G-sync 360’s world’s first 360Hz gaming monitor
A “advanced G-Sync processor,” to accommodate the increased refresh rate, will be fitted to the Asus ROG Swift 360Hz display panel. The increased refresh rate would allow sports and competitive match players to track their goals better, reducing tearing and ghosting, according to Nvidia.
Simultaneous display and television typically get 60Hz refresh, so Nvidia’s six times faster refresh rate technology can make a significant difference in the game experience overall. Nvidia says it’s going to deliver an increase of 37 percent over a standard 60Hz display.
Nvidia states that Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Rainbow Six: Siege, Overwatch, and Fortnite will offer 360Hz with GeForce RTX hardware in their blog post.
Asus ROG Swift 360Hz G-Sync display will be available later this year, and no pricing details have been shared by any of the companies so far.