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ASUS reveals its lower cost XG43VQ 4K 120Hz Gaming Display

43-inches of 4K real estate at 120Hz

ASUS reveals its lower cost XG43VQ 4K 120Hz Gaming Display

ASUS reveals its lower cost XG43VQ 4K 120Hz Gaming Display

At Gamescom 2019, ASUS has revealed three 43-inch high refresh rate 4K displays, each of which targets a different price bracket. These displays are the XG43VQ, the XG438Q and the GX43UQ, which will release with MSRP pricing of €899, £1099 (UK Price) and €1,499 respectively. 

We have spoken about the XG43UQ and the XG438Q before, so the bulk of this article will discuss the lower-cost XG43VQ. The XG43VQ offers users support for 4K resolutions, 120Hz refresh rates, VESA Adaptive-Sync and support for AMD's Radeon FreeSync 2 technology.

In terms of HDR, this screen meets VESA's DisplayHDR 400 certification and can cover 90% of the DCI-P3 colour gamut. This monitor also uses a VA screen panel.   

This display is designed to offer 4K at 120Hz at a low-ish level price point, with the main sacrifice being in terms of the screen's HDR experience. ASUS' higher cost 4K 120Hz+ monitors will offer higher-end HDR experiences, but these higher-end specifications come with higher pricing. 

ASUS has not revealed the release date/timeframe of their XG43VQ display at this time. The XG438Q is due to release in late August/early September, and the higher-end XG43UQ is expected to release sometime in Q4 2019.  

ASUS reveals its lower cost XG43VQ 4K 120Hz Gaming Display  
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22-08-2019, 10:15:57

Dicehunter
Cool, Although it would be great if they could release a 27" 1440P 144Hz+ IPS G-Sync panel that didn't have high rates of failure.Quote

22-08-2019, 14:21:38

WillSK
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Cool, Although it would be great if they could release a 27" 1440P 144Hz+ IPS G-Sync panel that didn't have high rates of failure.
Why 1440p appears to have been abandoned is beyond me!

I have a PG279Q which I do love but it isn't without its issues and does have a single dead pixel albeit luckily in a really hard to see spot on the edge.

Gimme 1440p, quality HDR, IPS/OLED/MicroLED and High refresh rates and I'll be a happy manQuote

22-08-2019, 14:31:18

NeverBackDown
Not sure if I would want OLED for gaming (super dark games will be impossible to play from experience) but certainly I do want 1440p 144hz IPS with 1ms response time.

I already have that but just a TN. It shows too next to an IPS monitor.Quote
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