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ASUS ROG Swift PG32UQX Review - a flawed masterpiece!

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Added by shubnigg in Gamers Gadgets


The ASUS PG32UQX seems to have it all - 4K 144Hz with an IPS panel, HDR 1400 certification, 1152 local dimming zones, mini LED, and G-Sync Ultimate. It also costs $3000... Is it as good as it sounds, or is there more to the story? read more here:

00:00 video start
00:15 introduction
01:30 design and RGB
02:44 Ergonomics and OSD navigation
03:45 Connectivity
05:00 Out of the box image quality
06:47 brightness testing
07:23 contrast and full array local dimming
08:36 let’s talk HDR…
10:36 gaming with the PG32UQX
13:00 Nvidia LDAT latency testing
14:22 closing thoughts - it’s a beast…
15:31 …but there is a catch

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