ASUS presented the business’ initial 4K HDR gaming show with a 144 Hz revive rate utilizing a quantum dab film at CES. The ROG Swift PG27UQ will be another fantasy gaming screen from the organization since it includes all the present day show advancements and a quick revive rate. Since the item is not set to hit the market quickly, ASUS chose to remain close-lipped regarding its cost and accessibility time allotment, however anticipate that it will be around $1500-$2000. The ASUS ROG Swift PG27UQ depends on AU Optronics’ AHVA board with a 4K (3840×2160) determination, up to 1000 nits splendor, and a 144 Hz invigorate rate with G-Sync.
The producer gave the board a quantum dab treatment by means of a 3M film in early specimens, however starting at yet we don’t have the foggiest idea about the correct shading ranges bolster as these have not been reported yet. ASUS has expressed that the board will offer support for HDR10, which implies it may wind up offering settings HDR-related shading spaces, yet right now it is unsubstantiated.
Moreover, the screen is outfitted with NVIDIA’s G-Sync HDR variable invigorate rate innovation for smooth gameplay. At long last, the PG27UQ got another immediate LED backdrop illumination with 384 zones that empowers the high brighness and ought to fit better difference proportions (this empowers limited diminishing therefore). In the current years, screens custom fitted for gamers have become progressively mainstream since they offered key components critical for the intended interest group: an extensive inclining, high PPI, a high revive rate and a variable invigorate rate innovation.
In the mean time, to empower the majority of the previously mentioned, producers needed to make certain plan tradeoffs with regards to determination, brilliance and now and again notwithstanding seeing points because of board choice, which may have bargained different sorts of encounters. The new ROG Swift PG27UQ packs everything that ASUS brought to the table with regards to gaming and mixed media, empowering clients to have premium experience no matter how you look at it. The oddity is not completely sans tradeoff, however: the show is littler than the ROG Swift PG348Q. To exploit every one of the elements that the ASUS ROG Swift PG27UQ brings to the table, proprietors should utilize a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10-arrangement illustrations card with a DisplayPort 1.4 connector that backings 4K/144 yield (though, with DSC) and HDR.
NVIDIA’s past gen GeForce GTX 9-arrangement GPUs have a HDR-supporting HDMI 2.0a show controller, however the HDMI port on this board is just great up to 60 Hz at 4K. While we don’t know when ASUS expects to mass-deliver the ROG Swift PG27UQ, it is exceptionally improbable this will happen in a matter of seconds for a few reasons. Firstly, ASUS and AU Optronics exhibited the model of the board that powers the show at Computex 2016 thus far, we have not seen any signs that AUO has begun large scale manufacturing of its 4K/144Hz boards. Also, contemporary top of the line illustrations cards scarcely convey 60 fps at 4K in diversions – without adequate snort, the screen will essentially not utilize the greater part of its potential in top of the line titles, which could influence request.
ASUS’ ROG Swift PG27UQ 4K 144Hz G-Sync HDR monitor is set to release in Q3 2017 at the price of $1199.
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On the value side, remember that the Swift PG348Q will remain the lead ASUS ROG show and in this manner the new PG27UQ will improbable cost more than its greater bended sibling does. We’ve heard mumbles around the $1500-$2000 value point, yet we will see. Given the timescale of a gadget like this, I speculate we will have more data around Computex time (early June).