After testing more than a dozen monitors, we
Hello, I just got a GTX 980 ti for a good price, so i decided to get a g-sync monitor. Currently, i have a 1440p one. Since i'm looking for a new one, i believe i should get a 4k one (3840 x 2160) But apparently i can't have a 4k + 144hz. So i'm lost, which one should i get ? Thx
The PG279Q is a 27-inch monitor with a 2560x1440 resolution, which we currently consider the sweet spot for high-end gaming. It offers substantially more pixels than 1080p without being as demanding as a 4K panel, meaning games look sharp at 27 inches but won’t bring a good GPU to its knees. Plus, you can still get higher than 60Hz refresh rates, which isn"t possible on the current crop of 4K displays. You can also comfortably run at 100 percent scaling in Windows, something that isn"t always desirable with 4K panels.
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Hello, I just got a GTX 980 ti for a good price, so i decided to get a g-sync monitor. Currently, i have a 1440p one. Since i
I've finally got the funds to put together a high end computer and I cannot seem to find monitors that are 4k with a higher refresh rate than 60hz which include g-sync. Also, options towards if a setup with two Nvidia 1080's in SLI would be worth it considering frame rates.
For years, high refresh rates have been locked to dreary TN panels. That
Nvidia didn"t just show up to Computex 2015 with the new 980 Ti in tow: the graphics company is also showing off seven new G-Sync monitors from Acer and Asus. And if you weren"t already excited about G-Sync, these monitors might do it: the spread includes three 4K monitors, three ultrawide options, and a new, very exciting IPS model: the 27-inch 2560x1440, 144 Hz IPS Asus PG279Q.
NVIDIA announced G-SYNC HDR at CES 2017. The first two 4K 144Hz monitors from Asus and Acer will be available in Q2 2017.
According to NVIDIA, G-SYNC HDR displays were created alongside AU Optronics to deliver the ultimate gaming experience. Unlike HDR TVs, these monitors were designed from the get-go with gaming in mind. As a result, they will feature virtually non-existent additional input latency whereas most TVs add a significant amount while gaming in HDR.
Sadly Nvidia didn't announce the new GTX 1080 Ti in their CES press conference yesterday. But they also didn't announce their new G-Sync HDR tech either, and yet here it is in two monitors from As
As well as using a 27-inch AU Optronics AH-IPS panel, with a 3840 x 2160 native resolution and the ability to run at 144Hz, the new G-Sync HDR screens also have a 384-zone backlighting system and a Quantum Dot filter to enhance the colour palette of the monitor.
Just notion I would weigh in on the refresh rate vs resolution debate and let you guys know what I think from my experiences with them.
Which exhibit element do you prefer the most. 4K resolution. the 21:9 aspect ratio. or the higher 144 Hz refresh rate.
Are there any 4K 144hz 1ms monitors with g sync? If not are there just 4K 144hz monitors? I'd try have 3 of the same monitors, 1 for console and 2.
Just so you don"t get your hopes up. the menus will run at 4K but almost no games (definitely no AAA games) will run at 4K. This generation can"t even consistently do 1080p (it"s often like 900p upscaled) and unless they charge $1500+ for the Scorpio they won"t be gaming in 4K.
event. The Acer Predator X27 will feature 144Hz refresh rate with Nvidia G-Sync HDR and 4K resolution. Back in January, Acer had also announced a gaming monitor with the same specifications, the Acer Predator XB272-HDR , which took all of us by storm. Now, as if it weren’t enough, Acer takes the already cutting-edge display to the next level with an addition of the built-in Tobii eye tracking technology.