MMD announced the release of a new monitor for gamers – 27-inch Philips 272G5DYEB monitor supporting G-SYNC by NVidia. Due to its 144 GHz update rate, this monitor changes images twice as often as any other one. This process is controlled by graphic processing unit of video adapter that makes the image in motion look excellent: it does not become blurred that is extremely important while playing computer games.
It distinguishes Philips monitors from all the rest - most of them cannot cope with such a task yet. Because of the fact that images are changed more rarely in them, there can appear such annoying phenomenon as jumping from one frame to another.
For those who want to receive a real gaming monitor, Philips 272G5DYEB has been created. It supports G-SYNC technology by NVidia and is compatible with modern graphic cards. This monitor updates the image onscreen up to 144 times per second that makes jumping impossible. Monitor updating rate adjusts to the rate of frame changes that eliminates tearing of a picture and its jitters as well as response time delay (it equals to 1 msec). Thus, surrounding pictures in the game appear almost instantly, characterized by incredible precision that makes the gaming process more fluent.
DisplayPort interface, applied in Philips 272G5DYEB monitors, surpasses standard DVI interface. They are completed with cables up to 15 m in length; their data transfer rate amounts to 21.6 Gbps. Installed USB 3.0 ports transfer data ten times faster than USB 2.0 ports.
Philips 272G5DYEB monitors are to come into the market in October 2014.