Philips 27” Gaming Monitor sports G-SYNC technology


philips-nvidia-gsyncIf you have been in the market on the lookout for a new gaming monitor, but are not quite sure as to which particular model that you would want to settle on, how about checking out what the folks over at Philips has in store? Enter the Philips 27” Gaming Monitor, where it is touted to deliver a stunning visual experience as well as ultra-smooth play to gamers who are on the constant lookout for a serious competitive edge.

Sporting the model number 272G5DYEB, I would very much like to stick to Philips 27” Gaming Monitor as it is a whole lot easier to pronounce as well as remember. Not only that, folks would be able to identify with it in a jiffy. Now, this gaming monitor is no ordinary, run-of-the-mill model, as it offers revolutionary performance thanks to NVIDIA G-SYNC, a new technology which will synchronize display refresh rates to the PC’s GPU, hence kissing goodbye to screen tearing and minimizing display stutter as well as input lag. The presence of G-SYNC would allow images to be displayed the moment they are rendered, as scenes appear instantly, objects are sharper, and game play ends up smoother. After all, you know how hardcore gamers are like – they want the maximum framerates possible, and who knows how that extra 1fps might be the difference between victory and defeat?

Apart from that, the Philips 27” Gaming Monitor will also deliver a 144Hz refresh rate with 1ms response time so that any kind of fast action will not be too much of an issue for it to handle. Other hardware specifications include a brightness level of 300cd/cm2 and a 1000:1 typical contrast ratio, not to mention being able to display up to 16.7 million colors. You can opt to place this monitor on your desk or mount it to a wall, it will work well in either situation.

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