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Well, from the ASUS Nordic Facebook group one of the reps wrote this 4 days ago.
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ASUS ROG Nordic Hi,
There has been some delay, so the Swift should be available from June. BR, ASUS Caroline
March 26 at 9:38am

They are still saying June
post #2402 of 8206
Do we have an estimate on when the non-Asus 24'' G-sync monitors are out?
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Well, from the ASUS Nordic Facebook group one of the reps wrote this 4 days ago.
They are still saying June

Interesting....
    
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Oddly kind of glad its delayed, allows me time to set some cash aside lol, while I agree TN panels are not the best...I am not sure how long I can wait for a reliable IPS panels to be released that allows for 120Hz + (No Overclocking). Will have to see closer towards release to see if there is any compelling competition.
post #2405 of 8206
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Originally Posted by CallsignVega View Post

The G-Sync module in the ROG Swift has had long term testing de-sync issues during QC running the high bandwidth required 2560x1400 at 120+ Hz and will be redesigned, new ETA Q3.

...and of course, it's the one feature that I don't really care about.rolleyes.gif
post #2406 of 8206
ditto considering the monitor cant do both lightboost and gsync at the same time. I'll take lightboost every time.
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I am not sure how long I can wait for a reliable IPS panels to be released that allows for 120Hz + (No Overclocking). Will have to see closer towards release to see if there is any compelling competition.

You'll be waiting a long time. They need to do fundamental improvements in the physics of the materials that make up the liquid crystal mixture. Even if that's possible, and there is no guarantee that there is (it doesn't matter how much money or time you throw at it if physics says no) it won't be soon.

If that is the case then how come they can do it via Overclocking on an IPS panel ? It would seem that Physics is not the biggest problem, I am no expert but if we can OC to get the desired results then we cannot be TOO far from gaining the same results without Overclocking and having it at 120hz as a stock value .
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Oddly kind of glad its delayed, allows me time to set some cash aside lol, while I agree TN panels are not the best...I am not sure how long I can wait for a reliable IPS panels to be released that allows for 120Hz + (No Overclocking). Will have to see closer towards release to see if there is any compelling competition.

I wonder if the monitor on my first sig goes 120. I tried it on 75 once and it worked fine.
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I wonder if the monitor on my first sig goes 120. I tried it on 75 once and it worked fine.

A very large number of displays, most, will do 65 to 70Hz. A few will do 75Hz, and very very few, outside of those built to do it, will go beyond 75Hz. At least this is what I have been told in the past, and it falls in line with my own experiences as well.

Not that long ago I decided to start seeing which displays around my office could OC to what. My brother in-law has a Planar that would do 85Hz without an issue, we had several Asus that would run around 70Hz.
    
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One delay does not vaporware make. One post can make you a jerk, though.
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A very large number of displays, most, will do 65 to 70Hz. A few will do 75Hz, and very very few, outside of those built to do it, will go beyond 75Hz. At least this is what I have been told in the past, and it falls in line with my own experiences as well.

Not that long ago I decided to start seeing which displays around my office could OC to what. My brother in-law has a Planar that would do 85Hz without an issue, we had several Asus that would run around 70Hz.

Incorrect. The Korean IPS/PLS panels consistently do 96hz and higher. I have a QNIX that can do more than 96 and less than 120, but I keep it on 96 because it's a multiple of 24. The blur is still bad, but it's not as bad as it is at 60hz. But for the blur, this monitor is outstanding. I also paid $350 for it.

At some point, I hope I can replace it in good conscience with whatever ASUS releases.
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