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    Asus lists its ROG Swift PG65 Nvidia BFGD monitor

    65-inch gaming monitor features G-Sync HDR, VRR up to 120Hz, and an integrated SHIELD.
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    Re: Asus lists its ROG Swift PG65 Nvidia BFGD monitor

    I melted my wallet on a 65" OLED (refurb) for gaming. I thoroughly approve of the extra features here, but also imagine Asus and nVidia think this is worth £5000. Or simply cannot be.

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    Re: Asus lists its ROG Swift PG65 Nvidia BFGD monitor

    TVs are absolutely fine for PC, sure monitors tend to have a better look, deeper colours but you don't notice the difference after a few hours, it's not like you have em side by side to compare! Been using TVs as my primary for ~5 years now, currently use a Sony 43" 4K HDR set.

    Although I'd love one of those new Philips ones, I just can't ever justify buying a G-Sync TV (never mind the monitors..23 ton for a 27" screen?!)

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    Re: Asus lists its ROG Swift PG65 Nvidia BFGD monitor

    so its like having 4 32.5" HD monitors - slightly too big for the resolution IMO.

    I am using Philips 40" 4k as my main display - and i am very happy with it. The 65" with flat screen would be unusable for me as primary pc display - therefore not for me.

    I am happy to see more large monitors with 4k and 120Hz as i plan to buy one in the future.
    My aim will be ~43" 4k 90Hz+ and curved screen or ultrawide version of that monitor (about 65" 6k i guess).

    and why the hell the still uses g-sync, get over with freesync already Nvidia!

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