On the occasion of a ROG event for the Asian market, ASUS presented the new ROG Swift PG329Q gaming monitor, a product included in the company's "Super Kill" marketing campaign, identifying high-performance products.
After the recent 144 Hz ROG Strix XG16, ideal for those looking for a top-of-the-range portable monitor, the Taiwanese manufacturer returns to desktop models with a rather interesting monitor in terms of technical characteristics.
In fact, ROG Swift PG329Q uses a very fast 32-inch (31.5 ") IPS panel, capable of an update rate of up to 175 Hz, a very remarkable value if we consider the IPS technology which, at the same time, also guarantees excellent performance color.
The display, with QHD resolution (2560×1440 pixels), uses Quantum Dot technology with VesaHDR 600 certification; as for the gamut, the company declares a DCI-P3 coverage of 98% and sRGB of 160%; icing on the cake the response time of 1ms (GtG).
The ASUS monitor then supports NVIDIA G-Sync and AMD FreeSync paired with the proprietary ELMB SYNC technology, all obviously to maximize performance. As for aesthetics, we find the classic aggressive ROG design with RGB LED system located on the back of the body, customizable with the Aura Sync software.
ASUS currently has not provided details on the price that will most likely place the monitor in the high end of the market. In summary, here are the main technical features of the ROG Swift PG329Q:
- 31.5 "(10 bit) IPS panel with Quantum Dot technology
- QHD resolution 2,560 x 1,440 pixels
- Update rate 175 Hz
- Response time 1ms GtG
- Brightness 600 nit (VesaHDR 600)
- Adaptive Sync support (G-Sync / FreeSync)
- Gamut DCI-P3 98% and sRGB 160%