ASUS show off three new ROG Strix FreeSync displays

ASUS show off three new ROG Strix FreeSync displays

ASUS show off three new ROG Strix FreeSync displays

ASUS show off three new ROG Strix FreeSync displays

ASUS has shown off three new ROG Strix branded FreeSync displays at Computex, with sizes ranging from 25-inches to 31.5-inches and maximum refresh rates that range from 144Hz to 240Hz.
These displays are the 144Hz 32-inch 1440p ROG Strix XG32VQ, the 144Hz 27-inch 1080p ROG Strix XG27VQ and the 240Hz 25-inch 1080p ROG Strix XG258Q. The large Strix XG32VQ will come with support for ASUS Aura Sync, with all of these Strix displays coming with ASUS' custom ROG VESA stand.     
The 31.5-inch ROG Strix XG32VQ is confirmed to be using an IPS type panel and support both HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.2 connections, with this display also featuring an integrated USB 3.0 hub. 
Both the XG27VQ and the XG258Q will support RGB lighting but not ASUS Aura Sync, which means that lighting colour needs to be changed manually.  


ASUS show off three new ROG Strix FreeSync displays


At this time the pricing and availability of these new displays are unknown, aside from ASUS' plans to release these displays during Q3 2017. We have asked ASUS for more information on these new displays as well as future FreeSync 2 HDR monitors. 


You can join the discussion on ASUS' new ROG Strix series FreeSync monitors on the OC3D Forums


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01-06-2017, 07:42:54

Good to see AMD getting some love although I personally prefer the Original Swift type of aesthetic, This new direction is a little tacky looking IMOO.Quote

01-06-2017, 07:45:48

Nice. The market exploded this year. I don't remember seeing this many new stuff in a single year in a long time. To many renames, and re-releases in the past. Quote

01-06-2017, 08:30:46

RGB on the backpanel... "Because we can!". HahaQuote

01-06-2017, 09:46:11

No details on that 21:9 on the right? Or is that the new 200Hz Gsync one?Quote

01-06-2017, 12:35:09

all very well and good but what amd cards can power one to their full potential, does asus know something we dont.Quote

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