Jun 03, 2015 Written by: MasterC

Computex 2015 - ASUS Announces New Gaming Displays

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ROG Curved 34" G-Sync Gaming Monitor


Many of you have been waiting for a monitor like this, the wait is almost over for a 34-inch curved IPS wide-viewing angle display with G-Sync.  It's got an extra-wide 21:9 3440X 1440 native resolution with an exclusive 5-way navigation joystick, sleek ROG lines and lighting effects.  Although it's already insanely nice, couldn't help but think what it would be like to have three of them... hmmm....

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4K G-Sync Monitors in Surround Powered by Dream Machine

 To showcase three PG27AQ G-Sync displays in surround, Project Cars was setup to run in 12K resolution (three times 4K) with the help of no less than three NVIDIA Titan X Video Cards running in SLI, all on the ROG Rampage V Extreme!  In front of the Dream Gaming Machine you can spy the new OC Panel II,  with a souped-up machine like this we actually didn't even need to use it, but we like to keep it around just in case, and just because we like to.

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ROG PG279Q & PG27AQ Gaming Monitors


Both PG279Q  and PG27AQ are great choices for people looking for a 27" display with G-Sync goodness.  PG27AQ has a 4K resolution with a refresh rate of 60Hz, PG279Q has a WQHD resolution with a refresh rate of 144Hz.  

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ASUS MG278Q & MG279Q Gaming Monitors


MG278Q and MG279Q on the other hand are great for people looking for 27" displays with FreeSync Technology.  MG278Q  has a WQHD resolution with a refresh rate of 144Hz, and 1ms response time.  MG279Q  is WQHD IPS display with a refresh rate of 144Hz, and 4ms response time.

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