Nvidia 4K 144Hz HDR G-Sync Displays were supposed to roll out earlier this year, however, for some reason, these displays were delayed and no release window was announced and now Nvidia has confirmed that the 4K 144Hz HDR G-Sync Displays will launch later this month.
Speaking with Kitguru, Product Management Leader for NVIDIA G-SYNC in London, Vijay Sharma, confirmed that Nvidia 4K 144Hz HDR G-Sync Displays will launch in May.
This falls in line with the earlier report that these displays from ACER and Asus will launch in May.
The report comes from PC World’s Gordon Mah Ung who got a sneak peak of Acer’s X27 Predator which is one of the Nvidia 144HZ G-sync HDR monitors and compared it with the standard 4K 60Hz G-Sync monitor.
However, there is no GPU either from Nvidia or AMD that can run games at 4K 144Hz which might indicate that Nvidia will launch its next-gen GPUs following the release of these 4K 144Hz displays.
Also, a report is making rounds on the internet which suggests that Next-Gen Nvidia GPUs, presumably GTX 1180 or GTX 2080, are coming in July. According to the report, industry sources have revealed that next-gen Nvidia GPUs will be available in July 2018.
Not only that, another report has made its way on the internet suggesting that Nvidia is bringing a GTX 1050 with 3 GB VRAM to the market. However, there is a possibility that this 3 GB version of the GPU could be China exclusive like the 5 GB version of GTX 1060.
Do you think Nvidia will launch its next-gen GPU follwing the release of 4K 144Hz HDR G-Sync Displays? Let us know in the comments.