The ceS 2020 curtain has opened, and NVIDIA today brought a new “nuclear bomb” that pushed the display’s refresh rate up to 360Hz, or one frame per 2.78ms. The new product, called G-Sync Sports Displays, is, as the name suggests, aimed at electric racers, such as the popular CS:Go and Jedi Survival.
NVIDIA quoted CS:Go’s five-time crown, gun god Jordan N0thing Gilbert, as saying that his game potential from 240Hz to 360Hz was further stimulated and the picture differencecould be felt. In FPS games such as CS:Go, the 360Hz/20ms plus 360Hz/20ms panel increased the shooting rate of Flick Shot by 37%.
Basically, the G-Sync Esports display is designed with a 1080P resolution and 24.5 inches. This time, the ASUS ROG Swift 360 won the debut of the G-Sync Esports display, lcd panel from AU Optoelectronics (Big Probability TN screen), offering a DP 1.4 and an HDMI 2.0 interface, to be available by the end of the year.
With new G-Sync-specific chips and built-in overclocking features, G-Sync Sports is certainly not cheap, probably around $500.
Asus ROG Swift 360 live map: