HDR (HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE)
HDR displays offer a range of luminance that's similar to what a human eye can experience, and a wider range of colors than traditional monitors. G-SYNC HDR displays have a peak luminance several times greater than standard dynamic range displays and display deep saturated colors while retaining dark blacks for a gamut that's close to DCI-P3—the cinema standard.
G-SYNC dynamically matches the refresh rate of the display to the frame rate output of the GPU. This eliminates tearing, minimizes stutter, and minimizes input lag. G-SYNC displays don't have a minimum refresh rate limit and variable refresh rate is supported up to the maximum supported by the LCD panel. Watch Video >
This technology predicts when the next frame will arrive and adjusts the parameters of the LCD overdrive to eliminate ghosting artifacts.
At higher refresh rates, a gamer's input and the resulting action on the screen happen almost simultaneously. NVIDIA works closely with LCD panel manufacturers to bring these high speed panels to market—from the first 75 Hz gaming notebook panel and the first 180 Hz G-SYNC eSports monitor to the latest G-SYNC 240 Hz gaming monitor.
Gamers demand the smallest delay between keyboard commands and on-screen actions. G-SYNC monitors are designed for minimal lag between pixels arriving over the DP cable and displaying the image.
The gamut defines the subset of colors a device can reproduce. The sRBG color gamut is most common in PC displays. But it's only a fraction of what the eye can perceive. The new 27" G-SYNC HDR monitor supports the DCI-P3 color gamut—about 25% larger than sRBG— for more realistic color reproduction with smoother grades.
With NVIDIA Ultra Low Motion Blur technology, objects in motion look sharper than they do during standard operation—even at high refresh rates such as 120 Hz. ULMB brings the ultra-fast response times of impulse displays to inherently slower 'hold'-type LCD displays. The result is moving objects that are silky smooth and crystal clear.
G-SYNC provides the same tear-free, smooth experience in 3D games running in a window on the desktop as it does for games running in full-screen mode.
* All features may not be available on all displays. Please consult the display manufactures specifications for supported features.