Later on this fall, Alienware, MSI, Asus, and Acer will each launch a 25- inch 1080 p monitor made for competitive video gaming with an incredibly quick 360 Hz refresh rate. In addition, they’ll be the first monitors to consist of Nvidia’s Reflex Latency Analyzer function that aims to assist players precisely measure and lower latency from their mouse, screen, and PC. Nvidia discussed this feature at its launch event the other day for its brand-new RTX 3070, 3080, and 3090 graphics cards.
The end goal is that, by reducing latency, the chances of getting a shot off first in competitive play should significantly increase in your favor. And together with fast refresh rate and very little latency, the display’s G-Sync function will ensure that it does not reveal any screen tearing or blur while playing your video games at a quick clip.
Each brand is being cagey about a few aspects of their screens, however there suffices info offered to get a common sense of what we may be in for throughout the board.
For circumstances, we don’t know the rate or ports available on Dell’s Alienware 25, but MSI’s Oculux NXG253 R will cost $799 when it launches in November. Asus’ PG259 QN and Acer’s Predator X25 have HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.4 ports.
The business likewise states its Reflex technology can provide latency enhancements to its more recent GPU cards beginning with its GeForce GTX 900 series. It claims that this new function can supply up to a 33 percent improvement in PC responsiveness even with a midrange GeForce GTX 1660 Super, though– no surprise– Nvidia says the biggest gains will come from utilizing one of these monitors with Nvidia’s new GeForce RTX 30- series graphics cards.
It deserves noting again that these are 1080 p display screens, and if MSI’s verified $799 rate is any indicator, they’re all probably going to be quite pricey. If you’re in the market for a gaming screen and have some major money to spend, you’ll require to figure out if you want severe visual fidelity over lower latency or vice versa.