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NVIDIA announces world’s first 360Hz G-Sync Monitors

At CES 2020, NVIDIA announced the world’s first 360Hz monitors. These monitors target eSports gamers and will support NVIDIA’s G-Sync technology. Furthermore, they will be 24.5 inches and will have a native 1080p resolution.

The first monitor that will take advantage of this ridiculously high refresh rate is ASUS ROG Swift 360Hz esports monitor. NVIDIA and ASUS have not revealed the price of the monitor or when it will come out.

In other news, ACER announced a new OLED 55” PC gaming monitor. This monitor will come out in Q3 2020 and will be priced at $2,999. Moreover, this monitor will have 120Hz refresh rate, will have a 4K native resolution, and will have 0.5 response times. It will also support variable refresh rates, as well as HDR.

Stay tuned for more!

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