NVIDIA introduces the G-SYNC Ultimate label. This is exclusively for displays with the best HDR with 100 nits, DCI-P3 color, refresh rate overclocking, ultra low motion blur, and full matrix backlight.
Soon, ASUS will unleash its curved 35-inch, 3440×1440, 200 Hz G-SYNC Ultimate display. It reaches a brilliantly bright 1,000 nits, has a 512 zone matrix backlight and best-in-class color and contrast for the best possible HDR gaming experience.
LG has just started shipping its 34-inch, 3440×1440, 120 Hz 34GK950G display, which is the first G-SYNC monitor to feature LG’s Nano IPS technology, delivering stunning color fidelity.
Acer is showing off its 27-inch, 4K, 144 Hz monitor, which is ready to amp up hi-res, high frame rate gameplay with the latest Turing GPUs.
And Lenovo unveiled its 27-inch, 2560×1440, 240 Hz monitor, bringing esports-class refresh rates to QHD resolution for crisp, detailed visuals during gameplay.
On a related note, NVIDIA's 65-inch Big Format Gaming Displays will start shipping in February via Acer, ASUS, and HP:
In February, G-SYNC HDR tech will be available in 65-inch super-sized NVIDIA Big Format Gaming Displays featuring 4K, 144 Hz with 1,000 nit HDR, 384 zone matrix backlight and cinematic DCI-P3 color.
If you want the biggest and best G-SYNC HDR PC gaming display, it’s available for pre-order now from HP.
Other partners will start taking pre-orders as we approach the launch of our big format gaming display — or BFGD — later this quarter.
These displays bring a big-screen gaming experience to PC games and are ideal for a gaming den or even your living room.
Created in conjunction with NVIDIA hardware partners Acer, ASUS and HP, BFGDs integrate a high-end 65-inch, 4K 120 Hz HDR display with NVIDIA G-SYNC technology together with NVIDIA SHIELD, the world’s most advanced streaming device.