NVIDIA ups user gaming experience with new 360Hz G-SYNC displays

Global tech giant, NVIDIA Corp. has recently unveiled its latest and fastest gaming displays for esports enthusiasts and competitive gamers. The new G-SYNC® displays developed by Nvidia are slated to offer a refresh rate of 360Hz, which is around 6X faster than traditional TVs and gaming displays, and is expected to display game frames once in every 2.8ms.
Reportedly, ASUS and NVIDIA are demonstrating the latest G-SYNC 360Hz display, the ASUS ROG Swift 360, at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The display is said to perfectly pair with GeForce® RTX®, the fastest gaming GPUs currently present in the market, and will provide the best competitive gaming experience to users.
NVIDIA is also planning to showcase its new 360Hz G-SYNC monitor at Wynn hotel during CES. The event would involve several esports demos that will show the monitor's feature and would reveal how it could improve gamer's abilities in aiming, perception and target acquisition.
Esports viewership has grown exponentially in recent years and currently led over 450 million gamers to turn in to see real-time competitive tournaments. Reportedly, over 60% of GeForce gamers worldwide are claimed to play competitive games monthly. Whereas, in 2019, around $211 million was awardedas esports prize money, signifying a 29% jump over previous year.
Apart from CES, NVIDIA will also be hosting the HPC Summit for the whole day this year at the GPU Technology Conference 2020. As per sources, people can attend the HPC summit on March 26 in San Jose, California.
The HPC Summit is often known to unite IT professionals, HPC leaders, developers and researchers with each other in order to advance the technological landscape. The Summit allows people to engage with experts, facilitates content from different HPC communities, and help creators understand the features of innovations and trends.
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