ASUS ROG Swift + NVIDIA 360Hz Display
NVIDIA teamed with ASUS on the world's first 360Hz gaming monitor, with a new ROG Swift 360Hz monitor coming in 2020 that will pack a 24.5-inch 1080p monitor with the insane refresh rate of 360Hz. You will need a next-gen Ampere-based graphics card to handle games at 360FPS average, but just holy balls -- 360Hz!
Samsung Odyssey G9: 49-inch 5120 x 1440 @ 240Hz
Samsung unveiled a gorgeous new Odyssey G9 gaming monitor at CES 2020 that took my breath away, a gigantic new 49-inch super-ultra-wide 32:9 aspect display with a native 5120 x 1440 (!!!) resolution and 240Hz (!!!) refresh rate. Samsung is using a QLED panel on the Odyssey G9 monitor, with the 5K wide display rolling out with a 240Hz refresh meaning not many cards on this planet can run this display at full graphics/detail (yet).
LG 88-inch 4K 120Hz OLED w/NVIDIA G-Sync
I seriously can't imagine how a gigantic 88-inch 4K 120Hz OLED gaming TV would feel to play games on, but it would be eye-melting. Seriously, it would be an experience you wouldn't forget and that's what LG is all about with its new G-Sync OLED TVs that come in up to an insane 88 inches in size. Native 4K resolution and super-smooth 120Hz refresh rates, all helped by NVIDIA G-Sync tech and on a gorgeous OLED panel. Do want.
Acer Predator CG552K: 55-inch 4K 120Hz OLED Gaming Monitor
Acer surprised this year at CES 2020 with its new Predator CG552K, a huge new 55-inch 4K 120Hz OLED gaming monitor. Yeah, Acer is here with an OLED-based gaming monitor that is TV-sized, offering 4K @ 120Hz for a cost of $2999. You'll need a beefy graphics card to play on it (NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, or wait for Ampere or Big Navi) but holy balls this would be a gorgeous display to play games on that isn't too insanely large like the 88-inch LG G-Sync OLED TV.
NVIDIA G-SYNC OLED TVs
NVIDIA has steadily increased its big-screen gaming dominance over the years, working with LG on a continuously expanding range of G-Sync Compatible OLED TVs. CES 2020 was no different, with a bunch of new LG OLED TVs unveiled that are ready for your large screen (and sometimes BFGD) gaming needs.