The age of 360 Hz starts on the player monitors. Asus announced the ROG Swift 360Hz, the world’s first 360 Hz player monitor with G-Sync processor, which they developed in partnership with Nvidia at CES 2020, before the event.
Asus introduced a 360Hz player monitor last year, but later announced it was a April 1 joke. However, it seems that Asus was joking that he had some truth. The company announced the Asus ROG Swift 360Hz, a 24.5-inch 1080p player monitor running at 360Hz with Nvidia’s G-Sync technology.
Asus announced that the new monitor is the world’s first 360Hz player monitor with G-Sync and is designed for e-sports. Player monitors with a refresh rate of 144 Hz and 240 Hz have already become widespread today. So you may be wondering if you need a 360Hz monitor. According to the company, the G-Sync technology used in the monitor will make you feel the advantage of a higher refresh rate of 360 Hz in competitive games like Overwatch or CS: GO.
The Asus ROG Swift 360Hz player monitor features 1080p resolution and incorporates Nvidia’s advanced G-Sync technology. Asus and Nvidia worked together on the monitor to achieve higher frame rates. Nvidia suggests that higher frame rates improve target tracking with smoother animations, reducing tears and ghosting, allowing players to notice enemies faster.
Only millisecond declines in delays in competitive games make a big difference. The Asus ROG Swift 360Hz player monitor displays game frames every 2.8ms, delivering up to six times the performance of a normal monitor or television.
Nvidia says the gaming experience on the monitor, which will be shown at CES this week, is up to 37 percent better than a standard 60Hz monitor. The Asus ROG Swift 360Hz will not be released until the end of this year, and the company has not yet announced a clear release date or pricing.