A pair of new gaming monitors, a 165hz gaming mouse, and a new NVIDIA GeForce 10 Series graphics card are set to debut at the Computex trade show in Taipei, Taiwan.
The new gaming monitor comes in two configurations, a $599 model with a 165Hz refresh rate, and an $899 model with an 144Hz refresh.
Both are also compatible with the upcoming NVIDIA GeForce 1070 graphics card, which is slated to launch later this year.
The gaming mouse and graphics card can be bought separately.
The monitors, which are also called the Precision X and X3, come in white, black, or green.
Both models feature a 3ms response time, so the refresh rate will not impact the responsiveness of the monitor, but it does offer a much better gaming experience, said a representative from the Taiwanese gaming company.
The Precision X is also designed to run games at 60 frames per second, which will be a boon for gamers, but there are also a few downsides, said the representative.
For instance, the monitor can’t handle full-screen gaming, as it does not have an HDMI output.