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    Asus 4K gaming monitor with 144Hz refresh rate in the works

    DP1.3 monitor uses 27-inch IPS technology screen.
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    Re: Asus 4K gaming monitor with 144Hz refresh rate in the works

    If its Freesync I m sold.
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    Re: Asus 4K gaming monitor with 144Hz refresh rate in the works

    Hope there's a larger version...
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    Re: Asus 4K gaming monitor with 144Hz refresh rate in the works

    Given the QHD version was almost 700 quid, I just can't see the appeal of a monitor that costs this much. Professional graphics/photography etc doesn't need high refresh rates and would probably want something bigger, so this is aimed squarely at a very small sector of gamers with more money than sense. Good luck to them anyway.

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    Re: Asus 4K gaming monitor with 144Hz refresh rate in the works

    Whens hdr out?
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    Re: Asus 4K gaming monitor with 144Hz refresh rate in the works

    Quote Originally Posted by Platinum View Post
    If its Freesync I m sold.
    Same.

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    Re: Asus 4K gaming monitor with 144Hz refresh rate in the works

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    If its Freesync I m sold.
    Same.
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    Re: Asus 4K gaming monitor with 144Hz refresh rate in the works

    Quote Originally Posted by Platinum View Post
    If its Freesync I m sold.
    As an Nvidia user, Freesync would be a deal-breaker for me.
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    Re: Asus 4K gaming monitor with 144Hz refresh rate in the works

    Quote Originally Posted by cflymo View Post
    Given the QHD version was almost 700 quid, I just can't see the appeal of a monitor that costs this much. Professional graphics/photography etc doesn't need high refresh rates and would probably want something bigger, so this is aimed squarely at a very small sector of gamers with more money than sense. Good luck to them anyway.
    Don't be so salty just because you can't afford it. I doubt I'll be able to afford it, but that doesn't stop me from being excited about it and wanting to see it in action.

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    Re: Asus 4K gaming monitor with 144Hz refresh rate in the works

    Quote Originally Posted by iworrall View Post
    As an Nvidia user, Freesync would be a deal-breaker for me.
    Why? Lack of Gsync might be a deal breaker, but Freesync wouldn't have cost you anything, and you still have a 144Hz IPS monitor which is nice in its own right.

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    Re: Asus 4K gaming monitor with 144Hz refresh rate in the works

    Quote Originally Posted by aakash_sin View Post
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    If its Freesync I m sold.
    Same.
    Same.
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    Re: Asus 4K gaming monitor with 144Hz refresh rate in the works

    Quote Originally Posted by aakash_sin View Post
    Same.
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    Re: Asus 4K gaming monitor with 144Hz refresh rate in the works

    as if games could be run at 144fps at 4k

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    Re: Asus 4K gaming monitor with 144Hz refresh rate in the works

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    If its Freesync I m sold.
    Same.
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    Re: Asus 4K gaming monitor with 144Hz refresh rate in the works

    Quote Originally Posted by aniilv View Post
    as if games could be run at 144fps at 4k
    With Freesync you need a good framerate *range* to enable the low framerate compensation, so having a decently high framerate actually helps the slow frames too.

    I run a 144Hz 1440p monitor with a single R9 380, now that is only 3.7 megapixels rather than the 8.3MP of 4K, but I find the setup a pleasure to use so a card twice as fast as my 380 (not hard to find) should give a similar feel.

    Besides, a decent monitor may last you a decade. Graphics cards should be faster by then.

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    Re: Asus 4K gaming monitor with 144Hz refresh rate in the works

    Quote Originally Posted by outwar6010 View Post
    Whens hdr out?
    Already out if you have the money...

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