ASUS reveal their ROG Swift PG258Q 240Hz gaming monitor

ASUS reveal their ROG Swift PG258Q 240Hz gaming monitor

ASUS reveal their ROG Swift PG258Q 240Hz gaming monitor

ASUS reveal their ROG Swift PG258Q 240Hz gaming monitor


Not content with just releasing their 180Hz ROG Swift PG248Q monitor ASUS has decided to showcase their new ROG Swift PG258Q gaming monitor, a display that is capable of a whopping 240Hz, adding an extra 60Hz to the already fast PC248Q. 

This new display will be ASUS' flagship 1080p display, coming in at 24.5 inches and with ASUS' Titanium Armour and Plasma Copper colour scheme. This display will support Nvidia G-Sync and will have an ultra fast TN display with gray-gray response times of just 1ms, which combined with its 240Hz refresh rate makes this the fastest display on the market. 


ROG Swift PG258Q is a 24.5-inch gaming monitor that features a Full HD (1920 x 1080) panel with a native 240Hz refresh rate. Swift PG258Q has a 1ms gray-to-gray (GTG) response time and built-in NVIDIA G-SYNC technology to eliminate lag and frame rate stutter for the smoothest, fastest, and most breathtaking gaming visuals imaginable. Its narrow bezel design makes it perfect for expansive multi-display setups.

  ASUS reveal their ROG Swift PG258Q 240Hz gaming monitor  

The pricing and availability of this monitor is currently unknown, but this display is expected to release later this year. 


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Most Recent Comments

14-10-2016, 08:31:00

I like how the image they decided to showcase it with says 60Hz and is locked to 60fps Quote

14-10-2016, 09:45:17

This an IPS? Cause that response time..

I really like the thin bezel though. NOT THIN ENOUGH!!Quote

14-10-2016, 09:48:48

yo WYP is the article header 'sposed to be a 1080?Quote

14-10-2016, 09:52:32

Originally Posted by SuB View Post
yo WYP is the article header 'sposed to be a 1080?
Haha, thought it was weird. Chopped it down to an advert, looks like theres something else at play then Quote

14-10-2016, 13:48:10

Pretty useless to have a refresh rate that high imo. Really anything beyond 144hz doesn't do much. Wonder if them having to OC the panel's so high alternatively hurts input lag.Quote

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