NVIDIA Reflex Latency Analyzer Announced to Help You Measure System and Display Latency

Hot on the heels of the brand new ROG Swift PG259QN that is being released imminently and that we’ve just finished reviewing, Asus have announced a slightly updated version that will be available later in the year around Q4 2020. The PG259QNR will be the same screen offering market leading 360Hz refresh rate support, but will also include NVIDIA’s new ‘Reflex Latency Analyzer’ technology. We won’t go back over the specs and features of the actual display, if you want more info and our full tests and results you can already read the review on the link above. We will instead talk more about the new NVIDIA technology that will be added to the R version of the screen here.

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Asus ROG Strix XG32VC with 31.5″ Curved VA Panel, 170Hz Refresh Rate and KVM Support

Asus have released details of their new ROG Strix XG32VC display on their website. This screen is 31.5″ in size and offers a 2560 x 1440 resolution curved VA panel along with a 170Hz refresh rate and interesting connectivity options like USB type-C and KVM support. It also includes adaptive-sync support for VRR from both AMD and NVIDIA systems (including G-sync Compatible certification and AMD FreeSync Premium), and includes Asus’ ELMB-sync technology for simultaneous blur reduction and VRR.

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Asus ROG Swift 360Hz PG259QN eSports Monitor with 360Hz Refresh Rate Details Released

We first brought you news about this screen back in January when Asus and NVIDIA announced they were working on a 360Hz refresh rate display for eSports. Limited information was available at the time but now Asus have released the full spec and information on their website for this exciting new screen which will be the World’s first 360Hz monitor. The ROG Swift 360Hz PG259QN is 24.5″ in size and features a 1920 x 1080 resolution “Fast IPS” panel. This offers a 1ms G2G response time to support the very fast 360Hz refresh rate. That is also supported through a Native G-sync hardware module for variable refresh rates.

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BenQ DesignVue PD2705Q and PD3420Q Announced With CalMAN and Pantone Certification

The 34″ PD3420Q

BenQ is launching two professional design monitors into its ‘DesignVue’ portfolio: The 27″ PD2705Q and 34″ ultrawide PD3420Q. The press release states that they are the first monitors in the world to have achieved various certifications from CalMAN, Pantone and VESA, and are designed specifically for creatives who rely on exact colour reproduction, HDR quality and precise image clarity.

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Dell Alienware AW2721D and AW3821DW Early Information Appears Online

Some early information has appeared online about a couple of new models planned in Dell’s popular Alienware line-up for high end gaming. Information is limited at the moment but it looks like new models will include a new 27″ and a new 37.5″ sized model. Both with Fast IPS panels and high refresh rates.

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Gigabyte Aorus FI25F with 24.5″ IPS Panel and 240Hz Refresh Rate Announced

Information has appeared online about a new model from Gigabyte in their AORUS gaming lineup. The FI25F is a 24.5″ sized screen with a 240Hz refresh rate IPS panel. It offers a 1920 x 1080 resolution along with a 1ms G2G response time spec and adaptive sync support for VRR from both NVIDIA and AMD systems.

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Asus ROG Swift PG329Q with 32″ IPS Panel, 1440p, 175Hz Refresh and ELMB-Sync

ROG launches SWIFT PG329Q monitor: 32-inch Fast IPS panel, 175Hz+1ms response

Some information has appeared online this week about a new gaming monitor in Asus’ popular ROG Swift lineup. The PG329Q will be 32″ in size and feature a 2560 x 1440 resolution “Fast IPS” technology panel, including a quoted 1ms G2G response time spec and 175Hz refresh rate. It will also support variable refresh rates from both AMD and NVIDIA systems and is expected to include NVIDIA’s ‘G-sync Compatible’ certification level.

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Acer XR383CKP with 37.5″ Ultrawide IPS Panel, 160Hz Refresh Rate and HDR 600

Details of a new screen from Acer have appeared on taobao.com. The XR383CKP is a new 37.5″ sized ultrawide screen featuring a 3840 x 1600 resolution Nano IPS panel. It looks similar in specs and features to the LG 38GN950. The screen is curved in format (2300R) and has a 24:10 aspect ratio. There is a 144Hz native refresh rate, boosted a little to 160Hz via an overclocking feature. This is supported through adaptive-sync giving VRR support for both compatible NVIDIA and AMD systems.

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BenQ MOBIUZ EX2510 and EX2710 Gaming Monitors with 144Hz Refresh Rate Announced

BenQ have announced the launch of a new gaming monitor series entitled, MOBIUZ.  They have launched two models into the range, the 27″ EX2710 and the 24.5″ EX2510, which will be available to buy from next month. BenQ has combined its intelligent HDRi, treVolo speakers, gaming enhancements and exclusive Eye-Care technology, to release this new range dedicated to the gamer. Both screens carry similar design, specs and features. They are based on IPS-type panels with a 1920 x 1080 resolution, 144Hz refresh rate and support for adaptive-sync for VRR from both compatible NVIDIA and AMD systems.

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