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After the low-key AMD keynote didn't really touch any of our gaming interest, the following is Nvidia's keynote speech, which immediately raised the flag to show enthusiasm.

After Nvidia solved their known inventory shortage in 2020, they hope to make a leap in 2021.

possible. Late last year, Nvidia launched Reflex, a system that reduces player lag and improves the competitive edge of esports. For the benefit, although you need to enable the Relfex monitors, there aren't that many so far.

Ten competitive esports games now use Reflex technology and launched today. More interesting news is that Nvidia has collaborated with Asus, ACER, and AOC Nvidia to produce five new displays that will expand the Reflex ecosystem to include 34-inch ultrawide models and 1440p resolution.

There are no further details on the screen itself, but we hope it will appear soon. NVIDIA Reflex

dynamically reduces system latency by combining GPU and gaming optimization. Enable low latency reflection mode in top competitive games such as "Call of Duty: Warzone", "Valorant", "Apex Legends", "Destiny 2" and "Fortnite" to improve response speed. Combined with the raw capabilities of GeForce RTX 30 series GPUs, Reflex provides the necessary response time when every millisecond is important.

Measuring response

Competitive gaming PC performance is based on responsiveness-the speed at which the screen refreshes after clicking the mouse. NVIDIA Reflex Latency Analyzer is integrated into the new NVIDIA GSYNC* display to capture end-to-end system latency and accurately measure your PC performance. Knowing that your PC uses GeForce RTX GPUs and NVIDIA Reflex Latency Analyzer-compatible monitors and mice running at peak performance, you can enter the battle with confidence.

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