Nvidia’s new G-Sync monitors let you switch between 1440p and 1080p – Tom Warren

Nvidia is launching new G-Sync monitors that let you pick between 1440p and 1080p modes. While the majority of PC gamers still use 1080p (67 percent according to Steam), many are considering the upgrade to 1440p. Nvidia is hoping its new G-Sync monitors could ease the transition, particularly for those looking for an esports display.

These new 27-inch esports displays include up to 360Hz refresh rates, support for Nvidia’s Reflex Analyzer system latency tool, an esports vibrance mode that uses mini LED backlights to enhance the color profile of the panel, and a special 25-inch 1080p mode.

These monitors are really designed for competitive players who play titles like Valorant, CS:GO, Overwatch, or Rainbow Six Siege. All of these games…

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