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    ASUS ROG shows Nvidia G-SYNC laptops, monitors and more

    It also showed off the ROG Poseidon GTX 980 Ti and Strix GTX 980 Ti graphics cards.
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    Re: ASUS ROG shows Nvidia G-SYNC laptops, monitors and more

    Waiting to see rest of the specs of that 21:9 34" g-sync screen.
    Somehow, I wish it to be a VA technology, but will prolly be IPS.

    On another note, 3800R instead of 3000R on all recent curved monitors. If I get this correctly, it means the curve is less pronounced on that ROG screen than the other screens. Will it be worth calling it curved?

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    Re: ASUS ROG shows Nvidia G-SYNC laptops, monitors and more

    "As usual ASUS uses aerospace-grade Super Alloy Power II components" LOL oh gotta love marketing.

    Just about everything was developed from aerospace programs, this means nothing to older people, kids think its awesome. JMO

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