ASUS Unveils the MG28UQ 4K FreeSync Monitor

ASUS Unveils the MG28UQ 4K FreeSync Monitor

ASUS Unveils the MG28UQ 4K FreeSync Monitor

ASUS Unveils the MG28UQ 4K FreeSync Monitor


ASUS has unveiled their new MG28UQ 4K FreeSync Monitor, which offers 10-bit colour an ultra fast TN panel and a defined FreeSync Range of 40-60Hz.

This monitor may not be an ASUS Republic of Gamers Branded panel, but it still offers everything that you would expect from a high end ASUS Monitor, with support for Adaptive Refresh rates with VESA Adaptice Sync/AMD FreeSync and offers a robust and highly adjustable stand. 


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One of the best things about this monitor in my eyes is that ASUS have actually defined that Adaptive Refresh/FreeSync Range of the display, purchasers to know exactly what to expect out of the display when using AMD FreeSync. 

While some may think that 40-60Hz is a rather small window, but remember that this display is 4K, so these framerates are exactly the window that high end gamers need at 4K, giving them a nice adaptive refresh window for when their games force their framerates under 60FPS when under heavy loads. 


ASUS Unveils the MG28UQ 4K FreeSync Monitor


This display had a wide range of connectivity options, offering a Single DisplayPort 1.2 port, a single HDMI 2.0 port and dual HDMI 1.4a connections, giving you exactly what you need to connect pretty much any modern device to the display. The monitor also comes with a 2 port USB 3.0 hub, for quick and easy connectivity. 

Right now ASUS has not revealed the pricing of this monitor. 


You can join the discussion on ASUS' MG28UQ 4K FreeSync Display on the OC3D Forums


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Most Recent Comments

16-02-2016, 12:00:20

Hehe so pointless having freesync support within that range.Quote

16-02-2016, 12:09:13

Originally Posted by tolagarf View Post
Hehe so pointless having freesync support within that range.
I wouldn't say pointless, it is much better than constantly dipping below 60. you can easily get games set up to work within that range. Set the framerate cap at 60 and have you settings so the min at is at or over 40.

Yeah 30-60 would be better, but remember that other manufacturers do not tell you the range. Other manufacturers could have a lower range for all they tell us.Quote

16-02-2016, 15:44:55

Dark NighT
10 bit panel, why, the only cards that put out 10 bit are workstation cards, which yeah for gaming is pointless.Quote

16-02-2016, 16:11:18

Seems like 28" might be a little to small for 4k no?Quote

16-02-2016, 17:02:09

Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Seems like 28" might be a little to small for 4k no?
I think so, 32" 4k looks much better. It's a very odd set of features really.


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