NVIDIA Announces 65-inch 4K 120Hz Display For Gamers: This post is going to be a treat for Gamers! Everyone loves to play games on a Big screen. If we talk about gaming, Nvidia has been making video cards that are increasingly powerful and we all know that these graphics cards are powerful enough to render games in 4K resolution.
At CES 2018 event, Nvidia, the Video card maker has announced the BFGD (Big format Gaming display). Well, the Big format Gaming display is not like traditional televisions which are meant just for your living room, it’s a 65-inch display with 4K resolution.
The 65-inch monitor with 4K resolution also had support for HDR and G-sync technology. These gaming screens will be manufactured by Acer, HP, and Asus and it will feature a 120Hz refresh rate, full DCI-P3 color gamut support, full-array backlight and maximum brightness of 1,000 units.
As we already mentioned above that the latest screens support G-sync technology so, these screens will also have low latency. If that specification was not enough to attract users, it also features a built-in Nvidia shield which allows users to use Android TV apps, access exclusive games and chat with Google assistant.
It’s worth to note that the company hasn’t yet revealed anything regarding the pricing or release date for the Big format Gaming display. So, we have to wait for more time to know the price of the upcoming gaming screens.
One question for you! Does your PC desk have enough space to accommodate a 65-inch TV? Drop your answers in the comments below.