released the Elite XG320U, a monitor for high-end gamers. This monitor has a 4K resolution and a 144Hz refresh rate, overclockable to 150Hz, and the size is 32 inches.
In order to achieve the resolution and refresh rate of 4K@150Hz, ViewSonic Elite XG320U of course uses the latest HDMI 2.1 interface which allows players with the latest generation of RTX 30 or RX 6000 graphics cards and next-generation consoles to achieve 4K@144Hz without losing color. With the official promotion, Elite XG320U has a 1ms MPRT response time, making this monitor a good choice for games. However, if the player wants to reach 4K@150Hz, they need to use the DP interface of the monitor to overclock the monitor.
In terms of color, the ViewSonic Elite XG320U uses an IPS screen, which can cover 99% of the Adobe RGB color gamut, and has passed the VESA DisplayHDR 600 level certification, which means that the maximum brightness of the Elite XG320U exceeds 600 nits. As far as paper data is concerned, such brightness and color gamut are okay for viewing HDR content, but since I don’t know how many backlight zones the display has, its actual HDR effect is not easy to say.
As a gaming monitor, ViewSonic Elite XG320U is also equipped with AMD FreeSync Premium and its own PureXP Motion Blur Reduction function. The PureXP Motion Blur Reduction function is actually to reduce the visual stay of the picture by inserting black frames between frames to reduce the motion blur.
ViewSonic has not announced the launch time of the Elite XG320U, but it is stated on the official website that it will be launched this month in the United State. The price is $999.99. As for the release time or price in other regions, it has not been announced yet.