Asustek has declared another ultra notch ultra high definition display for gamers that sports a high caliber in-plane switching (IPS) plane alongside with the Nvidia Corp’s. G-Sync tech. Meet the ASUS ROG swift PG27AQ gaming monitor is a premium high end display specially designed for gamers who want more.
The Asus ROG Swift PG27AQ sports a 27″ IPS panel bearing a 3840×2160 (4K resolution), it offers a 300cd/m² decent brightness, it has a 16:9 ultra wide aspect ration. Contrast ratio is good, i.e. 1000:1, refresh rate is typical 60Hz. Asus ROG Swift PG27AQ incorporates Displayport 1.2 and HDMI inputs. In addition to this Asus ROG Swift PG27AQ bears an anti-glare coating which is very crucial in harsh lighting, moreover, it is incorporated with anti-flicker tech, providing gamers an unmatched gaming experience. Asus ROG Swift PG27AQ is also able to dynamically calibrate its refresh rate, according to Nvidia GPU’s rendering rate, providing smoother, quick response and tearing free gaming experience. Credit goes to Nvidia’s G-Sync tech.
The Asus ROG Swift PG27AQ offers a narrow bezel and a stylish design with height adjustments.
Although the monitor is too good Alas! It also has flaws on other hands, and the problem is not new, like all UHD monitors it is too unable to transmit image @ 120Hz and more. So we can say it is a G-sync capable monitor, but still not fully able to take full potential on Nvidia G-sync technology.
Lamentably, because of restrictions on cutting edge show interconnection benchmarks (and the absence of suitable presentation scalier chips), the gadget misses great invigorate rates (e.g., 120hz or 144hz) since it is essentially difficult to transmit UHD pictures at 120hz – 144hz rate from a representation card to a showcase at present. As a result, the new screen won’t have the capacity to exploit the G-Sync engineering in quick activity first-individual shooter and comparative recreations.
Asustek has exhibited their new monitor at the CES 2015, which implies that it will be soon available to ship. Coming towards pricing, which is yet not available, but for sure it will be damn costly. Stay tuned for more updates.
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