Recently, ASUS and ACER made available their Nvidia 4K 144Hz HDR Displays for pre-order. However, some people have already gotten their hands on the Nvidia 4K 144Hz HDR Display and dissected it to see what is under the hood which requires a premium price. Turns out Asus has not cut any corners for the 4K 144 Hz display as the Nvidia G-sync module alone is worth around $500.
PCPer got their hands on the Nvidia 4K 144Hz HDR Display and then dissected it apart for review purposes. PCPer took two pages to review the Nvidia 4K 144Hz HDR Display.
According to the site, the G-sync module used for this Nvidia 4K 144Hz HDR Display adds around $500 to the overall cost of the display. The Nvidia G-sync HDR module used in the display is reportedly designed for just 3 G-Sync HDR displays.
The review further notes that the G-sync module uses premium sub-components including the Intel FPGA with 4GB of DDR4-2400 RAM. For comparison sake, the first G-sync module featured only 768 MB of memory.
Thi shows that while ASUS And Acer have asked for a premium price for their Nvidia 4K 144Hz HDR Displays but, they haven’t cut any corners in terms of providing the premium product.
Speaking of Nvidia, the company has revealed that Nvidia Tensor Core powers top 5 AI Supercomputers in the world. Furthermore, Nvidia Tensor Core powers Japan’s best Supercomputer.
he new TOP500 list clearly shows that GPUs are the path forward for supercomputing in an era when Moore’s Law has ended. With the invention of our Volta Tensor Core GPU, we can now combine simulation with the power of AI to advance science, find cures for disease and develop new forms of energy. These new AI supercomputers will redefine the future of computing.
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