This New ASUS ROG G-SYNC Display Will Swift-ly Deplete Your Wallet

Source: TechSpot This New ASUS ROG G-SYNC Display Will Swift-ly Deplete Your Wallet

G-SYNC Ultimate Is So Hot It Has Fans Everywhere

The ASUS ROG Swift PG35VQ G-SYNC gaming display was first announced during the 2017 CES but hasn’t been available until recently.  It is a 35″ 1440p VA panel with a top refresh rate of 200Hz as long as you drop it down to 8bit HDR colour; if you want the full glory of 10-bit HDR colour you will peak at 144Hz which is still respectable.  TechSpot spent a significant amount of time with this display, comparing SDR to HDR, 200Hz to 144Hz and 100Hz  as well as digging into response time lag and input lag.

One note of caution before you check it out though; $2500 – $3000!

The gaming monitor we're reviewing today has been a long time coming. The Asus ROG Swift PG35VQ is, in short, a wallet-destroying 200Hz HDR ultrawide monitor: 35-inch 3440 x 1440 curved VA panel running up to 200 Hz, full HDR functionality, 1,000 nits of peak brightness and G-Sync Ultimate support.

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