Given that GPU prices are in fact affordable again, people that have powerful GPUs have another monitor to take into account. Asus has officially introduced the ROG Strix XG32UQ (via NotebookCheck), a 32-inch 4K gaming monitor with lots of the great features gamers expect of a high-end monitor, including those that own an Xbox Series X or PS5.
Starting, the panel itself is, needless to say, a 4K IPS screen supplying a 160Hz refresh rate for fluid movement and a 1ms response time for twitchy in-game actions.
The XG32UQ covers 96% of the DCI-P3 color gamut that ought to offer brilliant colors both for viewing content and creating it. It includes a peak brightness of 600 nits that ought to be plenty bright for many people.
People that have either Nvidia or AMD graphics cards are both looked after as this new Asus monitor has both Nvidia G-Sync and AMD FreeSync Premium Pro. As the maximum refresh rate is 160 Hz, only those using DisplayPort can utilize it. Gamers using HDMI will undoubtedly be limited by 144 Hz, that is still plenty fast for several but the best esports players. Console owners may also be able to make the most of variable refresh rate (VRR) because of the HDMI 2.1 spec.
Talking about ports, you can find two HDMI 2.1 ports, one DisplayPort 1.4, an individual 3.5mm headphone jack, and an integral USB hub filled with two USB-A 3.2 Gen1 ports. The stand features tilt, swivel, and height adjustment, that is welcome for individuals who need maximum flexibility. Streamers and the ones working at home will also benefit from the built-in tripod socket to mount a camera or ring light to improve video presence.
Obviously, gaming at 4K takes a beefy graphics card, and the ones prices have largely returned on track. However, those longing for an inexpensive Nvidia mid-range card may be paying greater than MSRP. Its still a welcome change of pace after suffering astronomical graphics card charges for 2 yrs.
Fortunately, Nvidia is probable gearing around release their 40-series cards (though it that are one this season). That, coupled with cryptocurrency falling, has resulted in GPU prices finally being at your fingertips of most potential prospects.
So far as the Asus XG32UQ gaming monitor, the business hasnt released pricing information but did concur that the gaming monitor will release in Q3 2022.
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