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Topic: GIGABYTE AORUS for Gaming and the Importance of 72% NTSC
KostaAndreadis
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Location: Melbourne, Victoria

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When looking at a gaming laptop there’s a story behind what the eye can see. As the GIGABYTE AORUS range showcases, accurate and vibrant colour plays an important role in the games we play.


In addition to offering up a range of CPU and GPU offerings suited to gaming, and displays with the 144Hz refresh rates, the GIGABYTE AORUS range of gaming laptops places a special focus and attention on colour accuracy.

With Microsoft Flight Simulator that might mean extra detail noticeable in the clouds or the buildings and landscapes you fly over. Walking through Night City in November’s highly anticipated Cyberpunk 2077, the neon glow of signs and shops and the rain hitting the streets will just about pop off the screen. The better a display is at recreating colour or, specifically, colour that pops, the more impressive and detailed a game will look.

Higher frame-rates are, after all, a key part of the modern PC gaming landscape. Just as important, though, is how accurate the overall colour a display can reproduce.

More than pretty visuals, competitively speaking, in Call of Duty Warzone a higher colour gamut can mean the difference in seeing something red or green moving on the distance versus a small greyish washed out blur. One that could snipe you at any moment.

GIGABYTE AORUS for Gaming and the Importance of 72% NTSC

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