ASUS officially launches their 240Hz ROG Swift OLED PG27AQDM Gaming Monitor

This G-Sync Compatible gaming monitor is an HDR gaming beast

ASUS officially launches their 240Hz ROG Swift OLED PG27AQDM Gaming Monitor

ASUS' ROG Swift OLED PG27AQDM promises gamers 0.03ms response times and OLED HDR image quality at 240Hz

Back at CES 2023, ASUS revealed their ROG Swift OLED PG27AQDM, a 1440p 240Hz OLED gaming monitor that is G-Sync Compatible and offers gamers crazy-fast 0.03ms response times. 

With this new monitor, ASUS are offering gamers an ultra-high spec screen that offers users the benefit of ultra-high refresh rates, OLED-quality HDR with a peak brightness of 1000 nits, and high colour colour reproduction with a 99% DCI-P3 gamut, and Delta E < 2. With its custom heatsink, and an "intelligent voltage optimization" system, ASUS has also reduced the risk of burn-in with this screen when compared with other OLED monitors.

ASUS officially launches their 240Hz ROG Swift OLED PG27AQDM Gaming Monitor

The ROG Swift OLED PG27AQDM is an adaptive Sync monitor, this monitor supports variable refresh rates on PCs with Intel, AMD and Nvidia graphics cards. This monitor is both FreeSync Premium and G-Sync Compatible certified, and sports an anti-glare panel. 

ASUS' ROG Swift OLED PG27AQDM gaming monitor is due to become available at retailers soon, though sadly we have not received official pricing for this monitor yet.  

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ASUS officially launches their 240Hz ROG Swift OLED PG27AQDM Gaming Monitor

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13-03-2023, 15:33:56

Warchild
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A 1440p OLED screen at 240Hz. What's not to like?
The price?Quote

13-03-2023, 15:59:55

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
The price?
Aye and the stand that eats up so much room behind it. I really hate my stand.Quote

13-03-2023, 23:30:55

Warchild
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Aye and the stand that eats up so much room behind it. I really hate my stand.
This is compatible with all ASUS monitors. I use it for mine. Takes up no space at all

https://cdn.cdon.com/media-dynamic/i...ct&imwidth=400''it comes free with a few of their screensQuote

14-03-2023, 06:40:41

Peace
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
The price?
Beat me to it.


On the other hand, 1440p and 240Hz seems like my personal sweet spot for the next 10 years, honestly. I'm currently sitting at 1080p60 and while 4K gaming has arrived - at least for some games - I'd still enjoy the higher FPS that 1440p offers.



Since I'm planning a new rig for the end of the year, buying a new monitor that's supposed to last around 10 years for a little more than I'd usually pay, seems like a good investment, especially coming from what I currently have.Quote

14-03-2023, 08:18:55

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Peace Ð View Post
Beat me to it.


On the other hand, 1440p and 240Hz seems like my personal sweet spot for the next 10 years, honestly. I'm currently sitting at 1080p60 and while 4K gaming has arrived - at least for some games - I'd still enjoy the higher FPS that 1440p offers.



Since I'm planning a new rig for the end of the year, buying a new monitor that's supposed to last around 10 years for a little more than I'd usually pay, seems like a good investment, especially coming from what I currently have.
I dont even think 240 is the sweet spot. With the constantly badly optimised releases or high demanding AAA titles, you will not get 240 unless you turn the gfx down massively. Monitors are pushing the limits on refresh, but we are still in the 144hz era for actual attained FPS. And for those with HDR, many screens wont support HDR @ even 175hz.

Its like the TV world where we now get 8k Screens, but almost zero interest from broadcasters/content creators to make true use of it, with the exception of public displays and advertising.Quote
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