The ROG Swift 360Hz can put out a whopping 50 per cent extra frames each second – supplying esports and aggressive players with the sting they should win
ASUS ROG Announces New Gaming Monitor At CES/ Photo: Getty Images (Representaional Image)
Las Vegas: ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) on Monday introduced the ROG Swift PG32UQX, the NVIDIA G-SYNC 32-inch gaming monitor with a 360Hz refresh fee at CES 2020.
According to those firm, the ROG Swift 360Hz can put out a whopping 50 per cent extra frames each second – supplying esports and aggressive players with the sting they should win.
The monitor options a sophisticated G-SYNC ULTIMATE processor with the newest HDR options, the 16:9 show is illuminated by a full-array native dimming backlight with 1152 Mini LED zones that allow the PG32UQX show the brightest highlights and darkest blacks of a scene with unbelievable distinction and minimal haloing.
With NVIDIA G-SYNC expertise, the monitor goals to ship easy, tear-free gameplay, even when body charges fall under the PG32UQX’s peak 144Hz refresh fee.
Additionally, the corporate has additionally unveiled one other monitor 24-inch ROG Swift 360Hz gaming displays.
Both the ROG Swift 360Hz G-SYNC and ROG Swift PG32UQX shows shall be accessible later this 12 months, with pricing to be introduced nearer to availability.