Asus Plans 2014 Release Of Monitors Using NVIDIA's G-SYNC Technology
Here's the pitch: "G-SYNC technology includes an NVIDIA G-SYNC module that requires integration into monitors, as well as hardware and software incorporated into its Kepler-based GPUs. It removes the need to use older technologies such as V-Sync, which can eliminate tearing but can increase latency and stuttering during gameplay. G-SYNC eliminates this trade-off leading to an uncompromised PC gaming experience." Sounds enticing, no?
As it turns out, NVIDIA and Asus have been working on this partnership for around a year, and it's hoping to deliver monitors to market in early 2014. Asus also plans to release a G-SYNC-enhanced VG248QE gaming monitor in the first half of 2014 with pricing set at $399 in North America.