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ASUS' ROG Swift PG35VQ 200Hz 3440x1440 G-Sync Ultimate HDR Monitor is now available to pre-order

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ASUS' ROG Swift PG35VQ 200Hz 3440x1440 G-Sync Ultimate HDR Monitor is now available to pre-order

ASUS' ROG Swift PG35VQ 200Hz 3440x1440 G-Sync Ultimate HDR Monitor is now available to pre-order

After two years of waiting, ASUS' ROG Swift PG35VQ G-Sync Ultimate monitor is now available to pre-order, with retail availability being expected very soon. 

Announced back at Computex 2017, ASUS' ROG Swift PG35VQ offers users the Ultimate G-Sync experience by offering DisplayHDR 1000-grade HDR support, an ultra-wide 3440x1440 resolution, a staggering 200Hz refresh rate (via overclocking) and a high-quality Quantum-Dot display panel. 

The only thing more stunning than this screen's specifications is its price tag, with Overclockers UK stocking the monitor for £2699.99. For your money, you will receive a high-quality HDR experience thanks to the screen's Quantum Dot display panel and the screen's 512 local dimming zones, which enable incredibly high contrast ratios over the screen's 34-inch screen size. 

ASUS also states that their screen will support 90% of the DCI-P3 colour space and offer a 4ms grey-to-grey response time, with the screen featuring support for ASUS Aura Sync. Thanks to the heat output of Nvidia's G-Sync Ultimate module, the screen is forced to utilise a "smart fan control" solution for cooling, though ASUS claims that their fan solution is due to the heat output of the screen's bright, HDR-ready, LEDs. 

ASUS' ROG Swift PG35VQ 200Hz 3440x1440 G-Sync Ultimate HDR Monitor is now available to pre-order  

ASUS' ROG Swift PG35VQ is currently available to pre-order from Overclockers UK for £2,699.99

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20-06-2019, 09:43:51

Daiyus
It's certainly a massive step above my current BenQ EX3501R. But that price? Damn! Great for those that can afford it; us mere mortals will just have to continue drooling over those specs until the price becomes more reasonable.Quote

20-06-2019, 10:06:05

demonking
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Originally Posted by Daiyus View Post
It's certainly a massive step above my current BenQ EX3501R. But that price? Damn! Great for those that can afford it; us mere mortals will just have to continue drooling over those specs until the price becomes more reasonable.
Didn't you know? An Asus badge adds at least 20% to the price of anything.
Go buy an Asus 2070 and wish you had bought the KFA 2080 for the same price....Quote

20-06-2019, 10:14:42

Warchild
What is the native resolution?

I dislike ASUS and their "overclocked" refresh rates advertised. I bought my 100hz screen before they corrected the marketing to state 100hz overclocked when its in fact nothing but a 60hz screen.Quote

20-06-2019, 11:46:27

Dicehunter
Most I ever spent on a monitor was £900, The PG348Q when it was on offer, Never again.Quote

20-06-2019, 15:25:27

Dawelio
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Most I ever spent on a monitor was £900, The PG348Q when it was on offer, Never again.

How come if I may ask?...Quote
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