4K Ultra HD Monitors with 144 Hz Refresh-rate and G-SYNC HDR Start Being Available

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As we reported in March, the primary 4K displays with 144 Hz refresh-rate started exhibiting up in shops. This summer time, PC players and fans up for a monitor upgrade, are in for a deal with. An rising variety of corporations are getting ready to launch displays with not simply 4K Ultra HD decision (3840 x 2160 pixels), but additionally staggering 144 Hz refresh-rates, and help for adaptive sync applied sciences, resembling AMD FreeSync and NVIDIA G-Sync. To push 4K at 144 Hz, you may want your graphics card to feature DisplayPort 1.4 (or above) connectivity, as DisplayPort 1.2, and even the newer HDMI 2.0, lack the required bandwidth.

Among the many first blazing quick 4K UHD + 144 Hz displays, are the 2018 Acer Predator X27 (UM.HX0EE.009) first unveiled in 2017, and quickly to be joined by the ASUS ROG Swift PG27UQ. Each displays feature 4K Ultra HD decision, 144 Hz refresh-rate, IPS quantum-dot panels, and help for the new NVIDIA G-SYNC HDR customary. The displays take enter from DisplayPort 1.4 and HDMI 2.0, though you will want DisplayPort 1.4 to get 4K @ 144 Hz to work accurately. The IPS quantum-dot panels feature DCI-P3 color-standards, 99% Adobe RGB protection, and 10 bpc (1.07 billion-color) palette, along with 384 LED parts backlighting the panel. The ROG Swift PG27UQ starts at 2,445€ and the Predator X27 at 18,475 DKK Sounds good? Get able to foot upwards of USD $3,000 for both of them, to go with your $3,000 TITAN V, for a 3,000-inch e-p.

Source : TechPowerUp

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