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ASUS announces their ROG Strix XG35VQ display

A 3440x1440 100Hz FreeSync display with LFC!

ASUS announces their ROG Strix XG35VQ display

ASUS announces their ROG Strix XG35VQ display

ASUS has officially listed their new 34-inch ROG Strix XG35VQ display on their website, heralding the imminent release of new ASUS Strix-series FreeSync displays onto the market. 
 
The XG35VG will come with a large 21:9 3440x1440p display, with a maximum refresh rate of 100Hz and a FreeSync range of 48-100Hz, making it compatible with AMD's LFC (Low Framerate Compensation Technology). This display uses a 1800R curved VA-type panel and offers a 4ms grey-to-grey response time, 100X sRGB coverage and the rear and base of this display offering ASUS Aura RGB illumination.  

Connectivity wise this 1440p VA display comes with an HDMI 2.0, an HDMI 1.4, dual USB 3.0 (+1 upstream) and a single DisplayPort 1.2 connection, as well as support for a standard earphone jack. ASUS' unique stand design also offers users a range of adjustment options from Swivel (+50 to -50 degrees), Tilt (+20 to-5 degrees) and height adjustments (0 to +100MM height).

  

ASUS announces their ROG Strix XG35VQ display

 

ASUS has not officially revealed the retail pricing of this display, though it is expected to release at a similar price to other premium 3440x1440 100Hz FreeSync offerings.    

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17-11-2017, 12:16:44

AngryGoldfish
I really, really hope monitor quality control will pick up with these new additions. I don't mind paying a lot of money as long as it's worth it.Quote

17-11-2017, 13:24:23

NeverBackDown
This 48hz minimum is super annoying. They need to hurry up and get it down to 30hz. It's been more than enough time honestlyQuote

17-11-2017, 13:30:33

Deceit
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
This 48hz minimum is super annoying. They need to hurry up and get it down to 30hz. It's been more than enough time honestly
Does LFC not solve this issue?
I was interested in it until I seen it was a VA panel. I want a freesync panel to go above my acer x34 but want 100hz, freesync with lfc and ips. Would prefer to pay high end for something decent.
Its the one reason I cant consider AMD gpus at the moment as I couldnt go down from the X34 to lower after using it.Quote

17-11-2017, 13:41:56

Dicehunter
Pretty cool, Although my next monitor upgrade will have to be at the very minimum a 4K 120Hz+ 32" quantum dot panel, I imagine we'll see them next year.Quote

17-11-2017, 14:41:19

AngryGoldfish
The only change I'd like for a monitor is VA/IPS. That's it. Even with that yearning, I'm quite contented with my TN panel. 1440p, 144Hz, 27", Freesync range of 40-144Hz, Freesync not functioning at the moment, I'm contented. I just want a well made VA or IPS panel with those specifications. I don't think I'd pay the extra €200 G-sync monitors call for.Quote
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