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ASUS tease their ROG Strix XG27VQ 144Hz FreeSync monitor

The First ROG FreeSync monitor

ASUS tease their ROG Strix XG27VQ 144Hz FreeSync monitor

ASUS tease their ROG Strix XG27VQ 144Hz FreeSync monitor

 
ASUS has recently released a teaser video that showcases their upcoming ROG Strix XG27VQ 144Hz Adaptive Sync display, which offers support for AMD FreeSync and a resolution of 1080p. 
 
The Republic of Gamers Strix series of displays is the brands first ever FreeSync line of gaming monitors, with the XG27VQ coming with a VA panel type, a FreeSync range of 48-144Hz (LFC compliant) and 72% coverage of the NTSC colour gamut. 
 
 

The upcoming ROG Strix XG27VQ gaming monitor blends silky-smooth graphics and gorgeous gaming aesthetics to deliver an incredible gaming experience. It's going to be the monitor of choice for professional gamers and MOBA aficionados!

 

 

This new display does not mention any form of HDR support in its specifications, which is unsurprising given this display's resolution, max brightness of 300 cd/m^2 and use of an 8-bit panel type.  

In terms of unique features, this display is the first ASUS FreeSync display to offer ASUS AURA Suny support and ASUS' customisable "light signature" stand which offers height, tilt and directional adjustment options. This display will also come with a 1800R curvature and a 27" panel size. 

 
ASUS tease their ROG Strix XG27VQ 144Hz FreeSync monitor  

At this time the pricing and availability of this new display is unknown, aside from ASUS' plans to release these displays during Q3 2017.

 

You can join the discussion on ASUS' ROG Strix XG27VQ 144Hz FreeSync display on the OC3D Forums

 

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07-08-2017, 06:27:29

Korreborg
I really HATE that stand. Som much more fan of the old one.Quote

07-08-2017, 06:44:44

Ishimuro
I'd love to see the 2k version. Got the G-sync one and would love to have them both next to each other to switch between AMD and Nvidia without loosing silky smooth refreshrates :3Quote

07-08-2017, 12:24:32

Dicehunter
Ryzens 1080P performance is a bit so-so, So 1080P doesn't really make much sense if you were going for an all out AMD rig with this monitor, As I imagine many would, 1440P performance would have been a better number to shoot for IMO.Quote

07-08-2017, 16:42:11

MacLeod
1080 is kinda weird as everybody wants 1440+ nowadays. For me personally, 1080 is just fine on my 27" screen and it helps in keeping the frame rates up. If I look close sometimes I can see some jagged edges but I never notice them in real world use. Anything larger than a 27 I would think you'd want 1440 but I still think 1080 is still OK for 27 and below at least to my old eyes which ain't as good as they used to be.Quote

07-08-2017, 17:31:52

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Ryzens 1080P performance is a bit so-so, So 1080P doesn't really make much sense if you were going for an all out AMD rig with this monitor, As I imagine many would, 1440P performance would have been a better number to shoot for IMO.
1080p doesn't make much sense in generalQuote
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