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ASUS to make a 1080p 24" version of the ROG Swift

ASUS to make a 1080p 24

ASUS to make a 1080p 24

ASUS to make a 1080p 24" version of the ROG Swift

 

ASUS is going to make a 1080p 24" version of their popular ROG Swift G-Sync monitor, offering a refresh rate which could be as high as 165Hz. 

Right now this monitor is so new that ASUS has not even given it a product number of confirmed it's full specifications, but judging from the video below (go to 10.57) it currently uses a fast response rate TN panel that currently has a refresh rate of 144Hz, though ASUS did state they they want the release model to have a refresh rate of 165Hz. 

 

  ASUS to make a 1080p 24

 

ASUS' ROG Swift series of monitors has from the start been some of the most popular G-Sync monitors on the market, offering a wide range of panel type and resolutions to suit the needs of any gamer. Offering a new 24" 1080p variant of the monitor will allow gamers to have the ROG Swift gaming experience at a cheaper price than ever before, which is certainly a good thing. 

ASUS have not given us a release date or a final price for this monitor yet, but it is expected to launch sometime this year, hopefully in time for Nvidia's new Pascal GPUs. In related news, ASUS was recently reported to have acquired 40% of the gaming LCD market in a recent Digitimes report

 

You can join the discussion on ASUS' 24" 1080p variant of their popular ROG Swift monitor on the OC3D Forums

 

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19-01-2016, 08:08:59

Dicehunter
Having tried the PG279Q at a workmates place I can honestly not see the difference between 144Hz and 165Hz.Quote

19-01-2016, 09:48:53

Chrazey
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Having tried the PG279Q at a workmates place I can honestly not see the difference between 144Hz and 165Hz.
Isn't that kinda like most can see the difference between 60Hz and 100Hz, but not really 100Hz and 144Hz?.

Isn't it mostly professional gamers who would be able to see the difference?...Quote

19-01-2016, 09:59:34

SPS
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
Isn't that kinda like most can see the difference between 60Hz and 100Hz, but not really 100Hz and 144Hz?.

Isn't it mostly professional gamers who would be able to see the difference?...
At that point I imagine it's more the feel than seeing a difference.Quote

19-01-2016, 10:29:35

tinytomlogan
Youd need said games running at 144fps and 165fps dont forgetQuote

19-01-2016, 10:42:15

Wraith
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Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
Isn't it mostly professional gamers who would be able to see the difference?...
It's not about seeing the difference with the "Pros" it's all about the feel, MLG want zero latency in their gaming it's all about speed.

As we discussed before:

For the perfect balance with zero lag.
60FPS - 60Hz
120FPS - 120Hz
144FPs - 144Hz

Obvs the higher you go the more grunt required.Quote
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