At Computex 2019, NVIDIA raised the bar once again with new Mini-LED technology that shrinks the size of the lights that illuminate the display, enabling the integration of more LEDs per display, which gives the monitor greater control over the brightness and illumination of the picture.

The new G-SYNC ULTIMATE Mini-LED gaming monitors deliver deeper blacks, contrast ratios of up to 1,000,000:1, better visuals, and thanks to LED and display improvements, even-lower click-to-action latency and even-better colour accuracy at a peak brightness of up to 1,000 nits.

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Since the announcement of support for Adaptive-Sync Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) monitors, NVIDIA has been testing every model available, with those that passed several tests marked as “G-SYNC Compatible”. This validation ensures that buyers receive a baseline VRR experience that makes gaming smoother, clearer and more enjoyable.

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Phase 1 of the G-SYNC Compatible testing has been completed with only 5% of Adaptive-Sync monitors making the cut. Read the full blog post at

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