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ASUS reveals their MG248QE 24-inch 144Hz Adaptive-Sync monitor

A gamer-centric monitor with a low-cost design

ASUS reveals their MG248QE 24-inch 144Hz Adaptive-Sync monitor

ASUS reveals their MG248QE 24-inch 144Hz Adaptive-Sync monitor

ASUS has officially unveiled their new MG248QE gaming monitor, an entry-level gaming monitor which supports VESA Adaptive-Sync and framerates of up to 144Hz. 

This display offers a resolution of 1080p with a highly responsive TN panel, which can deliver an Adaptive-Sync (FreeSync) Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) range of 40-144Hz. The MG248QE has a high enough VRR range to support AMD LFC (Low Framerate Compensation), which allows compatible GPUs to utilise frame doubling to support variable refresh rates on framerates below the panel's lower limit. 

The MG248QE does not sit in ASUS' premium Strix or ROG monitor brands, though it does offer plenty of features, like VESA support, Low Motion Blur technology, ASUS GamePlus technology and support for ASUS' DisplayWidget Software, allowing display options to be edited outside of the panel's OSD.  

  

ASUS reveals their MG248QE 24-inch 144Hz Adaptive-Sync monitor


Connectivity-wise, the MG248QE supports HDMI 1.4, DisplayPort 1.2 and DVI-D, though it is worth noting that this display can only utiliseAdaptive Sync with its full 40-144Hz refresh rate window over DisplayPort.  At this time it is unclear whether or not Adaptive-Sync is supported over HDMI, though it is possible that a lower variable refresh rate window of 40-120Hz is available. 

You can join the discussion on ASUS' MG248QE ADaptive Sync gaming display on the OC3D Forums

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12-03-2018, 08:17:39

Dicehunter
I was actually looking at getting a small high Hz monitor, Hopefully the price will be nice and low Quote

12-03-2018, 08:20:54

Dawelio
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
I was actually looking at getting a small high Hz monitor, Hopefully the price will be nice and low
To have as a second monitor?...Quote

12-03-2018, 08:21:54

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by Dawelio View Post
To have as a second monitor?...
Yep, My 32" 4K monitor gives me square eyes so when I want to do late night gaming session I can switch over to this one Quote

12-03-2018, 08:48:06

AlienALX
I'm looking forward to driving my Apple Cinema up to 1440p. It's only a baby (20") so it should look awesome. Funny really, Asus's cheap monitors are usually better than their expensive ones Quote

12-03-2018, 12:10:53

Dawelio
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Funny really, Asus's cheap monitors are usually better than their expensive ones
Haha funny enough, this is so true to be honest! Quote
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