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NVIDIA begins its G-Sync push, starting with the ASUS VG2480QE

NVIDIA begins its G-Sync domination, sells ASUS-made, G-Sync-capable monitors (NASDAQ:NVDA, TPE:2357)
| Displays & Projectors News | Posted: Dec 17, 2013 1:39 pm

We were in Montreal, Canada when NVIDIA announced its glorious, V-Sync killing G-Sync technology, but now you can buy monitors with the game-changing technology built-in.




The first off the production line is the tweaked ASUS VG2480QE, which is a 1920x1080-pixel monitor at 144Hz, which has a G-Sync module installed into it. Digital Storm is offering the panel with the G-Sync module installed for $499, or you can bring in your own VG2480QE, and Digital Storm will install G-Sync goodness into it for $299.


If you want some of the most bleeding edge gaming technology available, and think the next-gen consoles are for peasants, well, your meal ticket is right here. We'll have one in the labs ASAP, and I'll be all over that.

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