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New Asus ROG Swift G-Sync monitors heading to OCUK soon

Asus recently unveiled a new line of very impressive sounding ROG Swift gaming monitors and soon, you will be able to pick one up, as Overclockers UK has first dibs on pre-orders. Right now, three new monitors are up on the store, one being the Asus PG279Q, a 2560×1440 IPS panel running at 165Hz with G-Sync technology. There is also a 27-inch 4K G-sync 60Hz monitor on the way and a 34-inch Ultra-Wide, with G-Sync and a 100Hz refresh rate.

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Stock isn’t expected until November and it will be pretty limited. However, you can still pre-order each monitor. The Asus PG279Q will set you back £749.99, you will also need a GTX 900 series GPU in order to get the maximum 165Hz refresh rate so keep that in mind.

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Next up on the list is the Asus ROG Swift PG278Q, the official answer to Acer’s own 4K G-Sync TN monitor. The Asus 27-inch 4K G-Sync monitor comes with an IPS display for better colour accuracy and a 60Hz refresh rate for those who value higher resolution over refresh rate. This one is available to pre-order for £799.99.

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Finally, we have the new Asus ROG Swift PG348Q, a massive 34-inch ultra-wide offering with a curved display. It comes with an IPS panel, a 3440×1440 resolution, a 100Hz refresh rate and finally, Nvidia’s G-Sync variable refresh rate technology. Obviously a monitor of this calibre doesn’t come cheap, those wanting the ultimate ultra-wide gaming experience can pre-order this model for £1199.99. 

While the Asus PG279Q and the PG278Q are expected to arrive in November ahead of Christmas, the ultra-wide monitor unfortunately can’t be guaranteed in time for Christmas and may not ship until January, so keep that in mind.

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KitGuru Says: The new line of Asus monitors certainly looks impressive. I imagine many will be after that 165Hz 1440p display in particular. What do you think of the new line up from Asus? Thinking about picking one of these up? 

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