After a few frustrating delays, Nvidia's first high-fidelity G-Sync HDR monitors are coming up. The first, the Predator X27, is already booked. We always knew it would make a big hole in a buyer's wallet, and now we know how much. Newegg lists the gamer's dream performance for $ 1999 and they can be delivered on June 1st.
After being shown at CES last year, the monitors of Nvidia's partners Acer and Asus should arrive sometime in 2017, but were rejected. We received confirmation from Nvidia earlier in the week that the ads would start this month even though prices had not yet been confirmed.
Pre-orders for the Predator X27 and the Asus ROG Swift PG27UQ were received last month from several European retailers with US prices ranging from $ 2,500- $ 3,000. The $ 2000 Newegg price is lower than expected, although this amount could bring you a pretty powerful PC.
Newegg has limited the number of monitors to one per customer, but it seems the price does not deter people They are already sold out. High demands are not surprising given the specifications of the Predator X27: an AHVA panel with a resolution of 3840 × 2160, 178 ° / 178 ° horizontal / vertical viewing angles, 4 ms GTG response time, 600 nits native brightness reaching 1000 nits, 144 Hz maximum refresh rate, 384-zone backlight, 99 percent coverage of the Adobe RGB spectrum, full 10-bit HDR support and of course G-Sync.
In addition to all these displays, the monitor offers enough connectivity to keep players happy, including HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.4, and four USB 3.0 ports.
As most people know, the only real problem with these monitors is that even a GTX 1080 Ti is not enough for 4K @ 144Hz. Let's hope that Nvidia's GTX 1180 (or whatever it's called) is better suited for this task.
For those who would opt for a 4K 120Hz monitor with no adaptive sync technology and a lower brightness level nits), the 43-inch UHD430 from Wasabi Mango went down in price last week And if you really want everything, Nvidia's 65-inch (19459011) Big Format Gaming Displays should be released before the end of the year – but expect them to cost a small fortune.
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