When Asus first unveiled a 360Hz gaming monitor last year, it was an April Fools’ prank. At CES 2020, Asus is revealing the actual factor: a 24.5-inch 1080p gaming monitor that runs at 360Hz with Nvidia’s G-Sync expertise. Asus is claiming that is the world’s first 360Hz gaming monitor with G-Sync, and it’s designed with e-sports and aggressive gaming in thoughts.
144Hz and 240Hz are fairly typical in most gaming-focused screens, however you is perhaps questioning why you’d even want a 360Hz monitor. Naturally, you’ll want a strong GPU to succeed in the varieties of body charges the place you’ll even discover a distinction, and also you’ll must play aggressive video games like Overwatch or CS:GO to essentially benefit from a 360Hz show.
The Asus ROG Swift 360Hz panel runs at 1080p decision, which will definitely assist with increased body charges, and Nvidia is together with an “superior G-Sync processor” inside. Asus and Nvidia have labored facet by facet on the monitor to unlock increased body charges. Nvidia claims these increased body charges enhance goal monitoring with smoother animations in video games, scale back tearing and ghosting, and, clearly, let gamers see enemies earlier. Any discount in latency, even simply milliseconds, will make an enormous distinction in aggressive gaming. This 360Hz monitor shows recreation frames as soon as each 2.8ms, which may be as much as six instances quicker than an everyday monitor or TV.
Nvidia is demonstrating this show at CES this week, and we’ll want to check it absolutely to identify the variations over 144Hz or 240Hz. Nvidia is claiming flick shot enhancements of as much as 37 % over an everyday 60Hz monitor, so the enhancements must be noticeable.
The Asus ROG Swift 360Hz received’t be out there till “later this 12 months,” and Asus has not offered an actual launch date or pricing but.