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ASUS Releases their 180Hz ROG Swift PG248Q G-Sync Monitor

ASUS Releases their 180Hz ROG Swift PG248Q G-Sync Monitor

ASUS Announces 180Hz ROG Swift PG248Q G-Sync Monitor

ASUS Releases their 180Hz ROG Swift PG248Q G-Sync Monitor

 

Some gamers do not like large screens, whether they want to minimise eye movement across a screen or simply to make their PCs more portable for Lan events. 

ASUS has today announced their new ROG Swift PG248Q G-Sync Monitor, which offers a refresh rate of 180Hz, making this one of the fastest displays on the market. This monitor will use a 24 inch TN display, offering gamers the fastest response times and allowing esports gamers to easily keep their entire monitor on their field of view at all times.  

 

  ASUS Announces 180Hz ROG Swift PG248Q G-Sync Monitor

 

With a resolution of just 1080p this monitor is certainly not the most impressive display that is available, but when used with a Nvidia GPU this display will certainly offer fantastic Gaming performance with G-Sync. 

ASUS has confirmed that this display will be the official display of some of the world's largest esports events, including ESL One 2016 and The International 2016, with ASUS expecting this display to sell very well amongst esports fans.  

This monitor will be available to purchase later this month for the price of £399.99.

 

You can  join the discussion on the ASUS ROG Swift PG248Q G-Sync monitor on the OC3D Forums

 

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17-07-2016, 05:49:06

Dicehunter
This will be fantastic for the competitive crowd seeing as 24" is the sweetspot so everything is in your field of view.Quote

17-07-2016, 16:37:54

dryii
The baby sister to my PG278Q... which I love! Had the 24" been available two years ago I'm not sure which I would have gotten. This would be great for a second gaming PC in the house.

Smart play, ASUS.Quote

17-07-2016, 17:31:38

chuck4100
I will never understand stand how people can play games on such small screens anymore. Been happily using 40"+ TVs for 9 years now.

This is the one thing console gamers have over PC, they have been on TV sizes since their inception yet PC monitors top out at 32" or so and are massively more expensive than TVs of the same size even though those TVs are usually better (minus the advent of G/free-sync)Quote

17-07-2016, 17:45:24

Wraith
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Originally Posted by chuck4100 View Post
I will never understand stand how people can play games on such small screens anymore. Been happily using 40"+ TVs for 9 years now.

This is the one thing console gamers have over PC, they have been on TV sizes since their inception yet PC monitors top out at 32" or so and are massively more expensive than TVs of the same size even though those TVs are usually better (minus the advent of G/free-sync)
For good reason too, monitors and TVs are totally different beasts. Refresh rates, pixel density, GtoG, adaptive and native resolutions... The short of it is TVs good, monitors better.Quote

17-07-2016, 23:32:37

RxL-Soul
3 of these will do nicely for my surround set up once i get certain things back to working order been waiting for this since last ces when JJ shown usQuote
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