There’s not a massive amount of information about this new screen yet, but as part of NVIDIA’s CES press release this week they have mentioned a new screen from ViewSonic – the Elite XG272G-2K. ViewSonic themselves also provide some additional information via a press release but it’s fairly limited at the moment. This is a 27″ gaming monitor with a 2560 x 1440 resolution and 300Hz high refresh rate (overclocked we believe from a native 240Hz). This is a competing model to the MSI MEG 271Q and AOC AGON Pro AG274QGM we brought you news about yesterday. ViewSonic make a point that the panel technology being used here is “Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide (IGZO) display technology”, which is an IPS-type technology from, we believe, Innolux here.
NVIDIA G-sync Ultimate and Reflex Latency Analyzer
The screen features a Native NVIDIA G-sync module, G-sync Ultimate certification and NVIDIA’s additional Reflex Latency Analyzer technology. The G-sync module will support the overclock, while also bringing about quality VRR experience, and other benefits like variable overdrive and super-low input lag. The Reflex Latency Analyzer allows you to easily and quickly track the latency and performance of your system and display. Check out our article linked above for a lot more information on that. MSI also promote a 1ms G2G response time of course as is the trend nowadays for gaming displays.
Reflex Analyzer is now automatically configured too – making latency measurement a 1-click experience that is incredibly easy to use. Now, all you have to do is plug your mouse into the proper USB port on your monitor and hit Alt + R – that’s it. You can now switch weapons, use weapons without muzzle flashes, and measure latency while playing the game.
With this latest update, the flash indicator is now controlled by GeForce Experience and will only be shown if the latency or Reflex Analyzer overlays are enabled. Gamers with a Reflex Mouse will be provided full end-to-end system latency measurements, while gamers without a Reflex Mouse can still measure PC + Display Latency. To use automatic configuration on your Reflex Analyzer display in a supported Reflex game, grab the next release of GeForce Experience and the latest Game Ready Driver.
Mini LED Backlight and HDR 1000
The screen also sports a Mini LED backlight with confirmed 576 dimming zones, for improved contrast, local dimming and HDR experience. It achieves the VESA DisplayHDR 1000 certification as well, which includes the need for a peak brightness of 1000 nits. This also requires 10-bit colour depth and a wide colour gamut, with 95% DCI-P3 coverage quoted here.
The XG272G-2K will apparently be released worldwide in Q3 2022. More info on specs, regional release dates and pricing when we get it.
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