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Asus PG278Q ROG Swift 27" G-SYNC 144Hz 1ms Slim Bezel Gaming Monitor
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Asus PG278Q ROG Swift 27" G-SYNC 144Hz 1ms Slim Bezel Gaming Monitor

27" Asus PG278Q ROG Swift 144Hz NVIDIA G-Sync Gaming Monitor, Widescreen WQHD 2560x1440, 1ms, 1000:1, DisplayPort

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27" Asus PG278Q ROG Swift 144Hz NVIDIA G-Sync Gaming Monitor, Widescreen WQHD 2560x1440, 1ms, 1000:1, DisplayPort

Asus PG278Q ROG Swift 27" G-SYNC 144Hz 1ms Slim Bezel Gaming MonitorAsus PG278Q ROG Swift 27" G-SYNC 144Hz 1ms Slim Bezel Gaming MonitorAsus PG278Q ROG Swift 27" G-SYNC 144Hz 1ms Slim Bezel Gaming MonitorAsus PG278Q ROG Swift 27" G-SYNC 144Hz 1ms Slim Bezel Gaming Monitor
Asus PG278Q ROG Swift 27" G-SYNC 144Hz 1ms Slim Bezel Gaming Monitor
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Nvidia G-Sync & 144Hz
The only market-ready platform supporting adaptive refresh rate, with full GPU driver support: perfect for gamers.

Ergonomic Design
• Ergonomic tilt (+20° ~ -5°), swivel (+60° ~ -60°), pivot (90° clockwise), height adjustment (0 ~ 120mm)
• VESA wall mountable (100 × 100mm)

Ultra-slim Bezel
Tiny 6mm bezel is perfect to sit 3 side-by-side in surround gaming.
Features
• Fully adjustable stand: tilt/swivel/pivot/height
• Screen Size: 27"
• Resolution: 2560x1440 WQHD
• Panel: TN
• Response Time: 1ms
• Refresh Rate: 144Hz
• Connectivity: 1x DisplayPort
• USB 3.0 Hub
• 3D Vision 2.0 Enabled
• G-Sync Enabled
• Warranty: 3 years
Technical Specification
General
Manufacturer:
Asus
Screen Size:
27"
Edition:
ROG Swift
Panel Type:
TN
Panel Coating:
 
Touchsceen:
No
Backlight:
LED
Pitch Size:
0.233
Curvature:
 
Adaptive Frame-rate Technology:
NVIDIA G-Sync
HDCP:
Yes
Connectors:
  • 1 x DisplayPort v1.2
  • 1 x USB 3.0 In
  • 2 x USB 3.0 Out
Position Adjustment:
  • Height Adjustable
  • Pivot
  • Swivel Stand
  • Tilt
Resolution:
2560x1440 (WQHD)
Aspect Ratio:
 
Refresh Rate:
144Hz
Response Time:
1 ms
Brightness:
350 cd/m²
Viewing Angle:
170°/160° (°H/°V)
Contrast Ratio/DCR:
1000:1
Color Gamut:
 
Color Bit Depth:
 
Speakers:
No
Speaker Configuration:
 
Web Camera:
No
Power Usage (Switched on):
90 W
VESA:
  • 100 x 100
3D Support:
Yes
Monitor Colour:
Black
Dimensions (with stand):
619.77 x 362.96 x 237.9 mm (WxHxD)
Dimensions (without stand):
 
Weight (with Stand):
 
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
36 months
Type:
Direct
DOA Period:
7 days
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Asus
Telephone:
01442 265548
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Customer Reviews
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 63 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amazing screen If your first thought about this monitor is "it's not an IPS panel" really don't worry about it. I did a whole lotta reading on this screen before buying it and after a 11 page Tom's hardware review ( http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/rog-swift-pg278q-g-sync-monitor,review-33015.html ) I was sold on buying it. Anything that it fails compared to an IPS panel had to be detected by professional hardware and nothing your eye would pick up. It's well made and looks like a gaming product. It comes with a 1.2 DP cable so don't worry about that. I pretty much ran mine out of the box with a minor adjustment in the OSD. Before this monitor i had been on nothing better than 1080p @ 60hz so this was a huge jump up in quality for me and you really notice the difference. It has a turbo function that allows you in game to quickly switch between 60/120/144hz at the press of a button ( it literally takes under a second to change the refresh rate ) which is handy for older games that have issues running at higher frequencies I.E Skyrim. Lastly gsync is worth every bit of the money you spend on a monitor with it enabled, once you game with it you will never go back. Personal preference note: Buy a short USB hub extension. The screen lets you plug 2 x USB 3.0 into it but can be annoying to get if you use them frequently. 04 April 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fantastic!! Great monitor, I was very surprised about the quality of the monitor, I just wish I had 3 of them. I currently have a 3 monitor set up which is mounted on triple monitor bracket, and this one is the main display. 144Hz is great for running games and is extremely noticeable compared to 60Hz. In addition Windows feel a great benefit from the higher hertz level. 05 February 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fantastic product and service This screen is the best thing I've ever had! There's nota better screen out there 13 January 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Expensive, great product. The monitor is insane, it is everything you need in an FPS monitor. Great refresh rates, good color saturation's, G-SYNC is even better then I thought it would be. That being said it is obviously pretty expensive, so can not be included in a budget build. You do how ever get what you pay for, if your budget can stretch to this monitor then I highly recommend it. 08 January 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Gaming Monitor - Good Quality TN Panel Was a bit anxious to make this purchase especially giving it's price point however did not think it was worth forking out the extra £200 for the newer IPS Panel and this is one of the only monitors with g-sync and 1440p native resolutions(which I think is the performance/ quality sweet spot on current gen graphics cards) . Design - Monitor is very well built, good range of mobility though I think it's downward tilt is a bit limited (a minor niggle). The biggest detraction on design is the fact there is only one display port input, I believe this has been fixed on the updated model. Image Quality: Coming from a previous TN Panel (LG Flatron W2442PE). The different in panel quality is night and day, I found no back light issues on a black screen and I also found the colour reproduction to be much more accurate than my old LG and far less saturated. Image quality in games is simply fantastic, Witcher 3 looks stunning in 1440p, even simple games such as League of Legends look much nicer on this monitor. The reason why this monitor lost a star is for two reasons. Firstly, on white backgrounds (Web surfing) the anti reflective grainy coating is very much visible which detracts from image quality. I find it is much more apparent on this monitor than my old LG. Secondly, the TN panel like any TN panel quality suffers from uneven brightness due to viewing angles, this is sometimes visible on white backgrounds, the bottom right of the monitor is slightly dimmer than the rest of the screen, however if i move my head this disappears. I think this only apparent due to the screens size,, but this is a minor niggle and in my opinion not worth spending the extra £200 for the newer version. G-sync: This technology is great. I have SLI'd GTX 970's and running Witcher 3 at 1440p max sees frame rate drops to 45 fps, however it is smoothed out by g-sync and not that noticeable. I will however say g-sync does not remove all stutters and variance but it does reduce it a lot. For example, it can't remedy horrific optimization on Black Ops 3. 05 January 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Expensive....but treat yourself!! I have read a lot of mixed reviews on other sites about the quality control of this monitor, backlight bleed, dead pixels etc. Mine arrived from scan 3 days after placing my order, the monitor runs flawlessly and I have zero complaints with it. I was seriously considering getting the more expensive IPS panel version but I'm glad I didn't, the viewing angles and color reproduction on this TN panel are gorgeous. For those worried about fps at this rez, I am getting 80fps on dirt rally at max settings with a msi gtx 970 gaming. 18 December 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amazing Quality First time i ever bought a screen this size and with these k8nd of specs. As i had a 21" benq at 60hz TN. Gotta say the resolution is amazing. The refresh rate even more. As i am comming from a 60hz screen. Everything looks so much smoother. Also colours are amazing for a TN. Love the design. Love the flexibility of the scrneen position. Love the circle light on the base of the monitor. And i am really happy with my purchase. Got my money's worth plus the delivery from Scan was fast and on time as they texted me on my phone. 15 November 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ignored the negative reviews... I've been looking at monitors for months now and I finally gave into the ASUS PG278Q. I was in two minds at the beginning from negative reviews I have read all over the web, but I got to say I'm a very satisfied customer. I noticed the difference from my old monitor instantly, with games feeling new which was awesome. I've been re-installing games in my collection just to see how they all feel. I will be buying another once I have built my gaming desk for it to fit on. 02 November 2015
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Quality of monitor

hi atm I have a Samsung U28D590S 28 Inch Ultra HD 4K Monitorwhich im getting screen tearing on
how much better is this monitor over the Samsung

my pc spec

I7 4790k
asus z97
32 corsair ram
evea Titan gfx card
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had zero tearing or motion blurring , the refresh rate and G-Sync keep everything smooth and clear
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u want see any deferent. i had this monitor. and it not worth this money
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I had the exact same monitor, got this one and screen tear is no longer there. I say its no comparison.
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Great quality monitor with pretty decent colour reproduction for a TN. This is not a 4k screen but 2560x1400. However, with DSR you can simulate 4k definition.

Be warned though, once you try G-sync you will never buy a monitor without it again. You may also want to look at the 34" g-sync Rog monitor currently in development by Asus. 3440x1400 and curved too which is expected to get to 100hz refresh once they've finalised the specs to compete with a similar offering from Acer.
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Hi am using a pc with i7 4790k,gtx980ti 16gb ram. And far i been singing " what it screen tearinggggg, baby dont hurt me" lol... anyway i never got any screen tear and i play the latest games. Fallout 4 Gta v etc etc.
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I don't have any experience with the monitor you have but as this one has gsych you will not get any screen tearing issues.

Dropping down to 1440p from 4k you'll run much higher FPS on modern games so you will make use of the 144hz refresh rate.
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The monitor is better because it has gsync which synchronizes the graphic card to the monitor and eliminates screen tearing and micro stuttering.

Bare in mind this monitor is 2k which will be a step down from 4k however, giving the PC specification you have provided I would recommend this monitor over the 4k one as you will achieve higher frame rates at 2k thus giving you a much better overall gaming experience.
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monitor's minimum resolution

Does anybody know if this monitor can display lower resolutions like 800x600 for example and at what rate of refresh and if gsync would be working at all at such resolution?! If I buy it I don't want to use it with low resolution software, but I might need to occasionally and therefore I'd like it to be able to. Thanks in advance!
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I do not have any specific experience of a resolution as low as 800 x 600 as such but I have not had any problems with some indie games which only run at 1440 by whatever.
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I've tested it just now with WoW at [email protected] with G-Sync on (menu said G-sync was on, the monitor LED was red to indicate G-Sync, and at 45 fps the animation was smooth).

Bear in mind this might change depending on your software
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The monitor must be run in its native resolution of 2560 x 1440 to prevent damage to the screen.
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It'll display the lower resolutions (it works at BIOS/UEFI level) although according to the manual the lowest supported G-Sync resolution is 1280x960. I've not tried mine at anything other than 2560x1440 yet.

I think Chris P (Scan Staff) needs to check the veracity of his claim that the monitor is damaged by running it anything other than its native resolution. As if this is the case I think I'd best return mine now before the boot-up BIOS screen kills it.
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The lowest setting this monitor has (on my GTX 580s), is 1024x768. I can only get [email protected] (GTX 580 limitation), lowering the resolution will increase the refresh rate for older cards, as they have less data to push out the older DisplayPort connectors. Not sure on G-Sync as I have unsupported cards, will be able to answer more fully when I get my 980.
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While the monitor does support 3D Vision, it does not include any of the required kit.

So no emitter or glasses.
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no, need to buy emitter and glasses
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No. There is no emitter. I bought the Nvidia 3DVision pack with emitter.
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I see no reference to HSDPA which suggests it has support for this standard - while it is of course a monitor for my Titan Black - it is useless on my PS3 & PS4?

Thanks.
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I meant HDCP of course.. :(
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Yes, it says it does (HDCP) in the description under Video Features. I've read mixed reports about connecting consoles to it; you'll need an active DP to HDMI converter at least and even then I've heard of it not working. Even if you do get it working the image will either be upscaled or possibly displayed at native resolution in the middle of the screen, either way not ideal. You might just about be able to get this working with a console but at the moment to my knowledge the only GSync monitor that will definitely work with a console is the BenQ XL2420G running in classic mode, which supports HDMI input, but it is 24" 1080p so may not be suitable for your needs. As of writing there are no 27" 1440p GSync monitors that can take HDMI without any sort of adapter.
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would be wasted if you use it with a games console ,
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How do Scan customers stand if they experience the "out of range" error being reported by many people with this g-sync monitor?

Apparently happens randomly when g-sync is active across a broad range of games. Has been reports that the g-sync module is overclocked to reach the advertised 144hz refresh rate which if true raises concerns about long term implications.

And if the monitor needs to be RMA'd how long will they be kept waiting for a replacement as stocks of these are pre-order only?

Genuine concern for something that is new tech wise and this costly relatively speaking.
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I can't answer for Scan but as a Scan customer i would hope they would advise me if there was a genuine fault with my product.

I have read that the fault is with Nvidia and that they are working hard to resolve the issue in their next patch update of drivers.

Fingers crossed.
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I have the AOC version and also get the issue, however ever since the latest update (344.11) I have no longer had the issue. Hopefully it is fixed
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After some digging found this is a driver issue. Nvidia aware and working on it.
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