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ASUS reveals its next-level ROG Swift 360Hz eSports Gaming Display with Nvidia G-Sync - CES 2020

Blink and this screen will have refreshed more than 50 times

ASUS reveals its next-level ROG Swift 360Hz eSports Gaming Display with Nvidia G-Sync - CES 2020

ASUS reveals its next-level ROG Swift 360Hz eSports Gaming Display with Nvidia G-Sync - CES 2020

In the world of competitive gaming, speed is everything both when it comes to the hardware within your PC, and to the screens which display it. While some manufacturers are pushing 8K resolutions or 4K at 120Hz or sometimes 144Hz refresh rates, the gaming gurus over at ASUS and Nvidia know that professionals demand faster screens, not high-res ones. 

For years, 240Hz was the norm for competitive gaming. Now ASUS has taken a step beyond that with its ROG Swift 360Hz monitor, delivering a staggering 50% boost in refresh rate alongside Nvidia G-Sync support. This screen is so fast; it can refresh almost 60 times in the blink of an eye, making standard 60Hz screens snail-like by comparison. 

While this screen is a mere 24-5-inch Full HD (1080p) monitor, it's hard to argue that this is the resolution and form factor that's preferred by esports champions. This screen refreshes six times faster than a 60Hz display, and you can be sure that ASUS and Nvidia have done whatever they can to lower screen latencies to deliver the best possible gaming experience. 

Offering 360Hz on a monitor is a world first, but sadly, neither ASUS or Nvidia have confirmed when the ROG Swift 360Hz be released, or how much it will cost. 

Nvidia has confirmed that this screen uses a display from AU Optronics, with Nvidia providing custom-tuned G-Sync firmware to help deliver the lowest latencies possible alongside this screen's staggering 360Hz refresh rate. 


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06-01-2020, 05:17:44

Avet
If comments for 280Hz monitor on the Facebook page were horrid what will this monitor get?

I like that monitors have started evolving. For years there was pretty much nothing.Quote

06-01-2020, 05:31:45

Peace
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this screen's staggering 240Hz refresh rate.
So it's only 360Hz after overclocking it? I thought the results of OC'ed monitors were not that pleasing.


If it's affordable (which it won't be), I'd actually get it!Quote

06-01-2020, 05:35:56

WYP
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Originally Posted by Peace Ð View Post
So it's only 360Hz after overclocking it? I thought the results of OC'ed monitors were not that pleasing.


If it's affordable (which it won't be), I'd actually get it!
Sorry, that one was a typo. Fixed now. 1080p 360Hz shouldn't be a problem with DisplayPort 1.3/1.4.Quote

06-01-2020, 05:41:51

Dawelio
I watched Nvidia's Youtube video that was attached in the article and I must say that the player that had included in the video, Nothing, really seemed to know what he was talking about, and not just reading a script. And actually gave some really solid points when it came to the monitor and it's 360Hz. First time I genuinely "understood" their ration behind creating a certain product.Quote

06-01-2020, 11:12:31

NeverBackDown
I think only HDMI 2.1/DP2.0 are capable of this without compression. It'll be interesting to see what ports they useQuote
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