Nvidia put its best foot forward with its upcoming BFGD monitors, in partnership with HP, Asus, and Acer. The BFGD, which stands for BIG FUCKING GODDAMN Big Format Gaming Displays is Nvidia’s new line-up of large, 65-inch displays.

The BFGD supports Ultra HD 4K resolutions with a native 120Hz refresh rate. It is also (obviously) compatible with Nvidia’s G-Sync technology, which will employ variable refresh rates to synchronize the display and game’s refresh rate and inherently avoid tearing and stuttering. The BFGD also touts true High Dynamic Range (HDR) support for gaming and visual media, support for the DCI-P3 color space, and has a backlit LED display up to 1000 nits in brightness.

In addition to its impressive display, the BFGD will come built-in with Nvidia Shield, with Android TV and Google Assistant in its setup. Each BFGD will be bundled with the Shield remote and game controller, with the latter having a microphone for voice-activate commands from Google Assistant.

No other details, such as ports (HDMI, USB, etc) and pricing have been detailed yet. But Nvidia aims to release the 65-inch monster displays by Summer 2018 in the US.

The BFGD will be bundled with HP’s latest gaming desktop, the HP Omen X 65.