To help the most elite gamers in the world take advantage of the incredible frame rates available from today’s highest-end gaming PCs, NVIDIA and ROG are developing the world’s first 360Hz esports display technology, which is being previewed at CES 2020. The first monitor to use this technology is called the ROG Swift 360Hz, and its unparalleled refresh rate is right there in the name.
ROG SWIFT 360Hz
The ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) today announced the ROG Swift 360Hz, the world’s fastest and first NVIDIA G-SYNC® gaming monitor with a 360Hz refresh rate is an Unparalleled speed for an extra edge for Esports players.
ROG Swift 360Hz can put out a whopping 50 percent more frames every second Than the current 240Hz screen’s which are the market leaders as of now– supplying esports and competitive gamers with the edge they need to win. With a comfortable 24.5-inch display size and Full HD resolution, the ROG Swift 360Hz features the same unmistakable design that graces the lineup of highest-end ROG gaming monitors
Nvidia claims these higher frame rates improve target tracking with smoother animations in games, reduce tearing and ghosting, and, obviously, let players see enemies earlier. Any reduction in latency, even just milliseconds, will make a big difference in competitive gaming. This 360Hz monitor displays game frames once every 2.8ms
NVIDIA has confirmed, that this will be a true G-Sync monitor, with NVIDIA supplying the monitor’s display controller
it means that the monitor supports full variable overdrive functionality, which will become increasingly important with such a wide refresh rate range
Asus is doing great in terms of high refresh rate display’s, first a 300Hz refresh rate laptop, now the 360Hz display
but as with most of the high refresh rate display’s the resolution is around HD or full HD, well now that’s not the case
ROG Swift PG32UQX (144Hz 4K display)
Also announced is the ROG Swift PG32UQX, which delivers the best 4K HDR gaming experience yet using advanced G-SYNC mini-LED technology
The ROG Swift PG32UQX is the ultimate 4K high-dynamic-range (HDR) gaming monitor. Featuring an advanced G-SYNC ULTIMATE processor with the latest HDR features, the 16:9 display is illuminated by a full-array local dimming backlight with 1152 Mini LED zones that let the PG32UQX display the brightest highlights and darkest blacks of a scene with incredible contrast and minimal haloing. Small highlights in games, like light bulbs or the disc of the sun, can reach a peak brightness of up to 1400 nits, offering a
more lifelike HDR experience than ever before. The Mini-LED backlight can also turn off as needed when it comes to darker scenes.
The G-SYNC processor drives variable refresh rates up to 144Hz, and support for 10-bit color throughout the refresh rate range ensures that the PG32UQX always shows off games, movies, and desktop applications at their best. With NVIDIA G-SYNC technology, users will enjoy smooth, tear-free gameplay,
even when frame rates fall below the PG32UQX’s peak 144Hz refresh rate, and with the incredibly capable panel and backlight inside, the PG32UQX is NVIDIA G-SYNC ULTIMATE-certified. All G-SYNC
ULTIMATE-certified displays undergo a rigorous validation process and are subjected to 300 image quality tests to ensure they deliver consistent quality and maximum performance.
Our Views on the 360Hz display
But the question is do you really need the 360Hz, well if you are into games like CS: GO and e-sport gaming and your CPU/GPU combination can push the frames up to 360Hz then surely you will be having enough money to buy a 360Hz monitor, and you should buy it
but if you are games like assassin’s creed and alike which are mostly played under 120 FPS, then it’s better to go the 144Hz 4k Display, due to its amazing level of clarity and quality, which will help you in games which require to have high detailing
We, Will, try to Give the Full Review as fast as possible
NVIDIA and ASUS will have the ROG Swift 360 on display this week at CES, But the Monitor’s will not be on sale until later this year yet, we should be able to get a first-hand look at how well NVIDIA’s future gaming monitor is set to perform.