The BOE monitor uses a special oxide semiconductor display technology.
- BOE monitor has 8-way DisplayPort output.
- Provides 1ms response time.
- The price of the BOE monitor is not yet know.
BOE Showcases 27-Inch Gaming Monitor
According to the report, BOE Technology has launched a 27-inch full HD gaming monitor that offers a 500Hz refresh rate. The monitor is reported to support 8-lane EDP (display port) output, 8-bit true color output, and 1ms response time. The display does not use OLED technology but instead uses a proprietary oxide semiconductor display technology that the BOE claims has evolved. Currently, there is a demand for gaming monitors with refresh rates up to 144Hz and some companies offer monitors with refresh rates up to 360Hz.
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According to a report by MyDrivers, BOE Monitor also has an integrated portal engine. The circuit built into the array substrate and is a thin, high-transmittance optical model (translated from Chinese) to improve performance. The price of the monitor with the exceptional 500Hz refresh rate has not been announced yet and its mass production is expected to take some time. Moreover, the possibilities and usefulness of these advanced screens in the present age may be limited. A separate MyDrivers report states that the current game is very difficult to run at 500 frames per second (fps).
CS: Game titles like GO, for example, Intel’s Core i9-12900K and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 360fps up to 1440p. High frame rates require a lot of power, which can be achieved after one or two upgrades. In fact, according to Nvidia’s list, a full HD G-sync gaming monitor can support a maximum refresh rate of 360Hz without exception. Only Asus PG27AQN 27-inch QHD currently supports a 360Hz refresh rate.