The 32in, 4K, Nvidia G-Sync Ultimate HDR display will pack in 1152 backlight zones, a peak brightness of 1400cd/m2, and a refresh rate of a 144Hz.
To compete at the highest level, high-quality equipment can mean all the difference. At 360Hz, it's also the fastest gaming monitor that supports NVIDIA G-SYNC, according to ASUS. Thankfully, a majority of the most popular competitive games have low minimum specs by design, ensuring that they reach the widest possible audience. Meaning if you're gaming on one of these bad boys, your experience will no doubt be smooth.
While ASUS is first out the gate here, expect similar monitors from other OEMS soon. It works in combination with the Nvidia RTX GPU line, and will provide refresh rates that will result in less than 3 milliseconds of input latency, all available in a 24.5-inch 1080p HD gaming panel. In a word where the current consoles struggle to hit 6 fps and the next generation of the them will strive for 120fps, having a monitor that refreshes 360 times a second seems a little overkill - and even for most dyed-in-the-wool PC gamers it is.
As a comparison, other ROG Swift monitors that are now available already come at a premium. We saw plenty of examples previous year of 200-240Hz laptops, as well as monitors, so in many regards, this push for higher refresh rates is expected.
There are some things to keep in mind though. The current high-end refresh rate for monitors is 240Hz, so this will throw 50 percent more lovely frames at your face while you are playing Fortnite. HP also unveiled two new docking monitors as well as bags and sleeves.
General consumers will certainly have access to the monitor. This makes shooting a target running past a window a little easier and lining up a headshot on someone who's suddenly appeared next to you much easier.