Whether it's a pixel response rate of less than a single millisecond or a display refresh rate of more than 240 Hz - the desire for a crisp, clear image in every situation seems to be still here with us
High quality screens with a refresh rate of 144 Hz are quickly becoming the new standard for Gamers And other users willing to invest respectable sums of money in the field, while ultra-fast screens that support the refresh rate of 240 Hz have already become, it seems, the obvious default in the e-sports world - but the innovations and improvements in this area still seem to be over.
Company AOC Taiwanese has come up with something surprising to announce that, starting in April of next year, unique TN gaming gaming monitors - with a 0.5-millisecond response time to pixels that make up them, for the first time in the field, so far we have encountered screens with response time of One millisecond at a minimum.
Such a tiny pixel response time should significantly reduce the appearance of 'smudge' display, on screens capable of operating at high refresh rates and at fast motion that requires one swift swap from one color to another - especially when used in games where players may require a smooth, clear image at any given time, regardless What's going on on screen.
AOC will offer the screens based on its AGON gaming brand, with a model that supports FreeSync 2 and a model that supportsG-SYNC The competitor. Both models will be based on a convex panel at a QHD resolution, with maximum refresh rates of between 144 HzFreeSync 2) and 165 Hz (for the G-Sync model) and with designated price tags of 600 EUR and 700 EUR, respectively.
These unique products will be based on panels from popular third party maker AU Optronics, so it is likely that AOC You will not be the only one in the market to utilize them in its products - which may also delay the timing of the early announcement, which is to precede those of many competitors. Absolutely interesting.
At the same time, 240 Hertz does not appear to have completely blocked a complete display screen refresh rate, as demonstrated by blurbusters.com website experts in the field - they have acquired an elaborate prototype panel capable of providing a display 4k At a remarkable refresh rate of 120 Hz, and using a dedicated FPGA processor, operate it (at a reduced resolution) at a refresh rate of not less than 480 Hz, that is, with the ability to display an actual image at the rate of 480 frames per second.
A number of tests performed by unique site viewers show that even the most commercially available replication rate on the market has real benefits that many users can discern - even if they focus on seemingly very specific situations that are not encountered at any given moment in average usage. Both 480 Hz refresh rate and even higher refresh rates (who said 1,000 Hz and didn't accept?) Have potential benefits, and although it will probably take some time before we can acquire a support unit and be aware of the differences - that will still happen.
There is no doubt that there is a large and intriguing technological world to explore here, and all we have left is to wait for the obvious maturation - both of the display hardware itself and the graphics processing hardware that will support the proper designing.