NVIDIA G-SYNC And What To Look For In Next-Generation HDR Gaming Monitors
How that translates to today’s visually advanced games is a true-to-life spectrum of vibrant colors, dramatically more intense light sources that bring a sense of realism to virtual worlds, and simultaneous deep blacks and bright whites among other graphical enhancements.
Now available to purchase, these 27-inch G-SYNC HDR monitors (like the ASUS ROG Swift PG27UQ model HotHardware reviewed here) are the ultimate gaming displays as they feature zero screen-tearing, stutter or artifacts for a visual experience bolstered by a stunningly wide DCI-P3 color gamut, 1000 nits peak brightness and exceptional contrast. Additionally, G-SYNC boasts variable overdrive, which eradicates ghosting artifacts by predicting the next frame and adjusting the parameters of the LCD overdrive accordingly. You can get a more thorough rundown of G-SYNC’s high-tech features here.
On top of the rich colors and image quality G-SYNC delivers, the high-performance 27-inch G-SYNC HDR displays also pack up to 120Hz refresh rates, refresh rate overclocking to 144Hz, and impressively low input lag.
G-SYNC displays also come in a variety of form factors including 17 and 15-inch 120Hz G-SYNC laptops, 24.5-inch 240Hz eSports displays, 27-inch G-SYNC HDR 4K 144Hz displays, and even 35-inch WFHD 200Hz displays. All G-SYNC displays are certified by NVIDIA to meet exacting standards for refresh rates, flicker, color and front of screen performance, too.
Whether you need a powerful monitor perfect for eSports gaming or the ultimate monitor to complete your in-home gaming setup, G-SYNC HDR represents the peak of gaming displays currently and are now available to own from a variety of hardware manufacturers. Go here for a full list of G-SYNC gaming display retailers.
This news story was sponsored by NVIDIA Corp.