ASUS expands its 4K monitor range with their 160Hz ROG Strix XG32UQ

This monitor is designed for both PC gamers and current-gen consoles

ASUS expands its 4K monitor range with their 160Hz ROG Strix XG32UQ

ASUS' latest ROG Gaming monitor can push its refresh rate to 160Hz at 4K

ASUS has just unveiled their new ROG Strix XG32UQ gaming monitor, a 32-inch fast-IPS display that supports both HDMI 2.1 and DisplayPort 1.4, making this screen ideal for both high-end PC gaming and current-generation consoles use cases. 

By default, this monitor runs at 4K at 120Hz, though the screen can be pushed further using a 160Hz "overclocked" option. The screen features a 1ms grey-to-grey response time and is Displayed 600 certified. Additionally, the XG32UQ is also 96% DCI-P3 certified and has a colour accuracy of ?E< 2. Not bad for a gaming-optimised display.

The ROG Strix XG32UQ supports is FreeSync Premium Pro certified and is G-Sync Compatible, making this monitor ideal for gaming using variable refresh rates (VRR). VRR support enables tear-free gaming and the screen's variable overdrive technology ensures that ghosting is minimised as framerates fluctuate.

ASUS expands its 4K monitor range with their 160Hz ROG Strix XG32UQ  

ASUS' ROG Strix XG32UQ features dual HDMI 2.1 Display inputs and a single DisplayPort 1.4 input. This allows gamers to connect an Xbox Series X, PlayStation 5, and a high end gaming PC to this monitor without any issues. This screen is ideal for a next-generation gaming setup, regardless of what system you play on. 


ASUS expands its 4K monitor range with their 160Hz ROG Strix XG32UQ

At this time, ASUS has not revealed the release date or pricing of their new ROG Strix XG32UQ gaming monitor. We expect this monitor to become available sometime in Q3 2022. More details about this monitor are available on ASUS' website.

You can join the discussion on ASUS' 4K 160Hz ROG Strix XG32UQ gaming monitor on the OC3D Forums.  

ASUS expands its 4K monitor range with their 160Hz ROG Strix XG32UQ

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28-07-2022, 16:59:14

NeverBackDown
DP 1.4 will only allow 121hz max, but at that resolution that's about all you will get with even the most powerful hardware today and only a problem if you have the newest consoles occupying the HDMI ports.


Impressive overall though I bet the price won't beQuote
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