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MSI Launches A 24.5-inch 360Hz Display With Hardware-Grade Nvidia G-SYNC Chip

MSI announced the launch of the NXG253R monitor, 24.5 inches 1080p 360Hz, using a hardware-grade Nvidia G-SYNC chip, priced at Rs. 65,000.

The official reports that the MSI NXG253R scale is 24,5 centimetres, with ANTI GLARE anti-illusion treatment on the surface of the display. Physically, 1920×1080 resolution. The module contains the RAPID IPS panel. This panel has a 4 times higher conversion speed than the conventional panel for the liquid crystals molecules. The GTG’s grey scale response velocity is therefore just 1ms, which in the new IPS can be considered the flagship.

NXG253R embraces NVIDIA Reflex technology, which provides excellent profitability for NVIDIA Reflection. The GPU-NVIDIA G-SYNC series GeForce RTX 30 combines latency with an improved response rate. This breakthrough technology, designed for competitive gaming, allows players to pick up objectives quicker. React faster and increase the accuracy of targeting.

NXG253R uses NVIDIA G-SYNC hardware chips to get you incredible experience with the NVIDIA graphic card, no screen tearings, stutter, or input delays. Enthusiasts and professionals will rely upon the NVIDIA GSYNC Feature to achieve direct, accurate images and an excellent gambling experience across the complete spectrum of variable refresh rate (VRRs) and dynamic acceleration technologies.

NXG253R Specs

MSI Launches A 24.5-inch 360Hz Display With Hardware-Grade Nvidia G-SYNC Chip

The device measures 24.5 inches and has a fast IPS monitor. 1920 x 1080, 1ms G2G reaction time, contrast ratio of 1.000:1, the brightness of 400 cd/m 2, angles of view of 178/178, and support of 10-bit (8-bit+FRC) color depth are also included.

Connections and other features

MSI Launches A 24.5-inch 360Hz Display With Hardware-Grade Nvidia G-SYNC Chip
Featuring 360Hz Refresh Rate

Both roles on the stand are tilted, height, swivel, and rotating. With a soft ambient glow in the back panel of the Oculus game show, MSI Mystic Light lets you choose from a variety of colors to suit your taste. The 1x DisplayPort 1.4 and 2x HDMI 2.0 interfaces available for synchronization are used for the Native G-sync module.

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