New G-SYNC monitors unveiled at COMPUTEX, shipping soon worldwide

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At this week’s COMPUTEX computer expo in Taipei, NVIDIA’s partners unveiled new 1920x1080 and 2560x1440 G-SYNC monitors, and the world’s first 3840x2160 “4K” G-SYNC monitor, which will ship to stores soon. With G-SYNC, all 3D games are smoother, more responsive, and stutter-free thanks to G-SYNC’s innovative hardware and software, which gives G-SYNC monitors and paired GeForce GTX graphics cards complete control over the on-screen image. VSync is no longer required, input lag is minimized, and you’ll never see tearing again. So good is G-SYNC that tech genius John Carmack said, “Once you play on a G-SYNC capable monitor, you’ll never go back.”

With support for resolutions up to and including 3840x2160, G-SYNC is the final piece of the puzzle, joining forces with record breaking performance and industry-leading frame times to deliver the first flawless PC gaming experience. Playing on a G-SYNC monitor your gaming sessions are smoother, more responsive, and free of unsightly tearing, enabling your games and hardware to truly shine for the very first time. Don’t just take our word for it, check out the reaction to G-SYNC from the independent press.

Online, G-SYNC may give you the edge, enabling you to react a millisecond sooner in a crucial match-changing moment. And your eyes will thank you over extended sessions: G-SYNC’s fast refresh rate, smooth motion, and tear-free output reduces eye strain, keeping you on top form. Clinton "Fear" Loomis, Professional Dota 2 Player for Evil Geniuses, agrees: “There's no tearing, stutter, or lag, and the visual quality is smoother. Everything about gaming on G-SYNC makes for a better experience.”

Whether you’re playing Dota 2, Dark Souls 2, Landmark, or Titanfall, G-SYNC enables you to see games as intended, without stuttering or tearing, giving you a flawless experience every time. For further G-SYNC news stay tuned to GeForce.com. In the meantime, an overview of the six G-SYNC monitors announced at COMPUTEX can be found below.

Acer

Model: XB280HK
Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K)
Screen Size: 28 inches
Availability: Shipping Q2, available worldwide Q3

Model: XB270H
Resolution: 1920x1080
Screen Size: 27 inches
Availability: Shipping Q2, available worldwide Q3

AOC

Model: G2460PG
Resolution: 1920x1080
Screen Size: 24 inches
Availability: Shipping Q2, available worldwide Q3

ASUS

Model: PG278Q
Resolution: 2560x1440
Screen Size: 27 inches
Availability: Shipping Q2, available worldwide Q3

BenQ

Model: XL2420G
Resolution: 1920x1080
Screen Size: 24 inches
Availability: Q3

Philips

Model: 272G5DYEB
Resolution: 1920x1080
Screen Size: 27 inches
Availability: Shipping Q2, available worldwide Q3

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