Nvidia impressed us at this CES with its all-new large-format PC display standard called “Big Format Gaming Display” (BFGD). This is basically a better version of the normal 4K-HDR TV that you might currently be using. Fortunately, this add-on concept stands only for screens bigger than 40-inches so no ‘tech wastage’ on smaller screens.

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The Benefit

The reason that justifies buying the BFGD screen is that it has been tweaked for gaming desktops. Obviously, it supports the G-SYNC-HDR hardware to give you that high-standard display. Don’t worry if your TV doesn’t have the in-built Android-based “Smart TV” OS because it has the ‘NVIDIA Shield’ to serve the purpose. Also, you won’t necessarily be needing the software-based HiDPI scaling so if you want to keep it as casual as a better quality living-room gaming experience, it would be a perfect choice.

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HP Omen X 65 Big Format Gaming Display (BFGD)

To give you a competitive option, HP unveiled the Omen X 65 BFGD screen with the following specifications:

  • A 65-inch television monitor
  • 4K Ultra HD resolution
  • Support for HDR10 (1,000 nits brightness)
  • 120 Hz maximum refresh-rate
  • Support for NVIDIA G-SYNC HDR
  • In-built NVIDIA Shield
  • On-demand content, game-streaming from your main gaming rig in another room

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Price for these screens isn’t confirmed yet but one thing is for sure, HP Omen X 65 won’t fall under the ‘reasonable price tag’!

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