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Subject: Asus ROG Swift PG279Q
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Daniel_T Jul 04, 2017 12:44 AM Reply | Bookmark
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Hello guys, I want to buy ASUS ROG SWIFT PG279Q but before buying this I want to know about it. Can anyone tell me about it's features.
https://gamingbuff.com/best-144hz-monitor/

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jakeElwood Jul 04, 2017 02:56 AM Reply | Bookmark
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I have it and it is pretty amazing.

First off I am the resident videophile here for decades.

ULMB makes games look like a CRT again. Almost perfectly sharp while panning. No blur at all. Inside tip: This monitor automatically adjusts to 100% Brightness for ULMB and automatically goes back to your non-ULMB brightness setting which would be about 22 for a properly calibrated brightness. The other 165hz ULMB monitors you have to constantly change the brightness before and after.

144hz + Gsync is also excellent. I am still testing which games look better with 144hz+G-sync or ULMB. Certain games do look better with one or the other.

Buy it somewhere you can return it, QC on these high end panels is far too loose. You can get a bad one. I have a good one and its still not perfect. No such thing. I believe now that pushing this LCD tech so far has caused strain in other areas.

You will probably want it hardware calibrated. (Well, I did and it makes a big difference)

I pretty much know anything you want to know and more between this and any competing model.


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Stephanos Jul 14, 2017 08:40 AM Reply | Bookmark
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This really depends on your current system, owners with Nvidia cards will benefit from the Gsync, however if you have AMD, you might want to look for one that has Free sync. The features of the monitors are as listed on the Asus website or in the specification area, it has a high refresh rate, probably more than you need anyways, good color reproduction, has many adjustments for ergonomics, asus eyecare for those who are staring at the screen for long periods of time, and Gsync. If money is not a problem and you have a Nvidia card, then this would be a good buy, however there are better monitors at a lower price that offer similar performance.

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