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Quite a long time, NVIDIA is promoting the idea of a BFG-displays (Big Format Gaming Display) — giant 65-inch gaming monitor with a high refresh rate, low response time, and supports HDR technology G-Sync. But while in the framework of this initiative there is only one really available for sale model — 65-inch monitor the HP OMEN X Emperium with a price of $4999. However, this does not mean that PC gamers do not have the opportunity to enjoy a comfortable and smooth game on the big screen for less money. Today, LG has announced that it can offer "budget" alternative to the BFGD as its OLED TV lineup 2019 certified NVIDIA G-Sync Compatible. Reportedly, support G-Sync will be able to boast of a 55 - and 65-inch TVs LG series E9, as well as 55-, 65 - and 77-inch members of the series C9. However, in the original announcement about this support speaks only in the future tense. Allegedly, compatible with G-Sync will be added via a firmware update, which "will be available in select markets in the coming weeks."
Chicago biotechnology company printed a full 3D replica of the human heart 10.09.2019 at 12:49
The founder of Matrox regained full control over the assets of the company 10.09.2019 at 05:17
Shestnadtsatiyaderny AMD Ryzen 9 3950X will go on sale in late September 10.09.2019 at 04:52
Dedicated Huawei Mate 30 promo video appeared on the Internet 09.09.2019 at 18:53