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    Asus RoG finally releases the Swift PG35VQ 35-inch monitor

    Curved G-Sync Ultimate gaming monitor boasts 3440x1440 pixels and 200Hz refresh rate.
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    Re: Asus RoG finally releases the Swift PG35VQ 35-inch monitor

    Way too expensive. I am looking for a monitor with similar specs, but don't need a DAC, don't need for it to be HDR10 compatible... just that aspect ratio, resolution, normal gsync and refresh...
    Let's keep waiting and see what Acer does with the X35

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    Re: Asus RoG finally releases the Swift PG35VQ 35-inch monitor

    Haha!!

    £2700 for a VA panel.

    Doesn't matter how much glitter they roll on a turd, a VA panel is a bad idea for a gaming monitor.

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    Re: Asus RoG finally releases the Swift PG35VQ 35-inch monitor

    Thats a lot of pixels, with the 10bit panel and HDR does this use chroma subsampling or is there enough bandwith for it on DP 1.4?
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    Re: Asus RoG finally releases the Swift PG35VQ 35-inch monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by Platinum View Post
    Thats a lot of pixels, with the 10bit panel and HDR does this use chroma subsampling or is there enough bandwith for it on DP 1.4?
    I imagine it's gonna need to use a pair of DisplayPort 1.4s for that.

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    Re: Asus RoG finally releases the Swift PG35VQ 35-inch monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by Hoonigan View Post
    I imagine it's gonna need to use a pair of DisplayPort 1.4s for that.
    I don't think GSync supports bonded pairs like that.

    Those 4k144hz monitors topped out at 98hz with 10bit HDR so theoretically this would be limited to ~164hz before you'd need to subsample, unless I'm missing a number somewhere.

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    Re: Asus RoG finally releases the Swift PG35VQ 35-inch monitor

    £2,699
    Are they trying to compete with Apple? Might as well make the monitor stand optional and charge £1000 for it....

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    Re: Asus RoG finally releases the Swift PG35VQ 35-inch monitor

    This is the monitor I've been waiting to buy. But they're taking the effing piss with that price. I was expecting £1,000 - £1,500. No goddamn way. Gutted with them.
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    Re: Asus RoG finally releases the Swift PG35VQ 35-inch monitor

    When Acer release the Predator X35, if they're around the £1,500 mark they'll clean up.
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    Re: Asus RoG finally releases the Swift PG35VQ 35-inch monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Midas View Post
    When Acer release the Predator X35, if they're around the £1,500 mark they'll clean up.
    It's the same panel with the same features, isn't it? I think you know where the price will land.

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    Re: Asus RoG finally releases the Swift PG35VQ 35-inch monitor

    Ehhh, no.

    I bet half the cost is likely to be the Gysnc FPGA...

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    Re: Asus RoG finally releases the Swift PG35VQ 35-inch monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by Bagpuss View Post
    Haha!!

    £2700 for a VA panel.

    Doesn't matter how much glitter they roll on a turd, a VA panel is a bad idea for a gaming monitor.
    Best to let them know what you think, Asus could clearly do with your advice. I could let them know if you want?
    So VA = bad, IPS = good? Wow, that makes it so much easier xD

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    Re: Asus RoG finally releases the Swift PG35VQ 35-inch monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by edmundhonda
    It's the same panel with the same features, isn't it? I think you know where the price will land.
    Will it be around £1,500? That'd be nice.
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    Re: Asus RoG finally releases the Swift PG35VQ 35-inch monitor

    It must have taken this long for AU Optronics to get high enough yields on the panels to go to market.

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    Re: Asus RoG finally releases the Swift PG35VQ 35-inch monitor

    lol thats a nice price gee not worth it.........

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