NVIDIA unveils 65 inches HDR gaming monitors with 120Hz GSync tech

Allan Goodman
January 9, 2018

At the center of these displays is NVIDIA's G-SYNC HDR technology, which syncs the full 120Hz refresh rate of the display to any game you might be playing on the SHIELD or on your PC.

Another reason to consider the Predator as a living room rather than desk monitor is the fact Acer built-in Nvidia Shield hardware. G-Sync support is also included, which is expected given Nvidia's involvement.

You can also stream media content as it comes with the integration of Android TV based Nvidia Shield.

Acer already uses the Predator brand for smaller G-Sync gaming monitors, but the Predator BFG looks like a clear play to replace your TV. Nvidia has shown off what it is calling its Big Format Gaming Displays (BGFDs). The bundled SHIELD remote and game controller allow for easy navigation and access to all of the world's biggest streaming apps, including Netflix, Amazon Video, YouTube and Hulu. Large OLED and LED TVs nowadays have a latency of at least 20 ms, but Nvidia hinted that the new large monitors would have latencies closer to regular gaming monitors.

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The screens come courtesy of a collaboration between NVIDIA, ASUS, Acer and HP to build the displays.

NVIDIA is well known in the gaming industry for their GPUs for PCs and Notebooks.

No pricing details of the upcoming display have been revealed by the company. No more tearing and splitting screens during your awesome 4K gaming.

Although we don't have word on the specific latency, compared to competitive UHD TVs on the market expect these to be more suited for gaming.

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