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I doubt that VA panels will come in year or so. Right now the technology is enough so IPS high refresh rate 1440p monitors STARTED to being produced. STARTED- and they are not perfect yet. Now we will see this technology becoming a standard, as well as 1440p resolution. High refresh rate IPS monitors will be new trend for producers and the will try to feed on it for at least 2 years in my opinion, making more and more unique high refresh rates IPS monitors but those that are being released right now will be standard products.

In next year or two you will see 4K monitors, trying to get high refresh rates and other things.

Imo VA is not good technology for producents right now. First- its not as easy as IPS, second- its more expensive. Both means that on average they would sell less VA monitors than they can produce and sell IPS. VA is totally different technology you would have to start work on, and we didn't even exploit IPS fully yet. How long TN was standard before IPS came? VA is something even more expensive and hard to produce. Especially if with release of new monitors, some things will become a standard that gamers WON'T GIVE UP ON- high refresh rates, G-Sync/Free Sync, 1440p minimum resolution or 4K. Nobody would change new PG with this for VA panel with 60 Hz, no G-Sync or Free-sync and PAY MORE.

They just started selling new IPS monitors. They won't start working on VA in year or two, because they need to first exploit fully IPS market and new standards. You first try to make maximum money on your current products- year or two of just promoting, selling. After that you might want to get with something new to start cycle again. How long LED TVs are on market? Why do you think OLED TVs are not being produced yet and sell- LED TVs are for YEARS now as standard. Beccsaue OLED technology is not good money making yet- too hard and expensive to produce, not big audience being able to own one. That is bad Business.

Remember- it is business. Nobody in ASUS or ACER care about you wanting VA monitors. They will start producing ones ONLY when they will calculate that this is good business and they can produce a lot cheap and sell a lot expensive.

You should buy new IPS monitors becasue In my opinion you will wait quite long time for true gaming VA monitors. In my opinion at least 2 years, being optimistic here.
Perfect! ^^

That image should be of the ASUS PG348Q, not the ASUS PG279Q
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That image should be of the ASUS PG348Q, not the ASUS PG279Q

Speaking of it. I am thinking that I might end up with PG34 instead of PG27 becasue I don't play FPS games at all and with SLI 980 Ti I will be pushing every setting in game as hard as possible so 100 FPS will probably be top I would ever see in new titles. Anything above 100 Hz is probably perfect for FPS players but for average gamer 100 I think is sweet spot.

The only think that bothers me- would all games support wide resolution of it? Or would I have to wait each time for some drivers that will allow it?

What do you think guys?
Edited by Benny89 - 9/23/15 at 4:16pm
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Speaking of it. I am thinking that I might end up with PG34 instead of PG27 becasue I don't play FPS games at all and with SLI 980 Ti I will be pushing every setting in game as hard as possible so 100 FPS will probably be top I would ever see in new titles. Anything above 100 Hz is probably perfect for FPS players but for average gamer 100 I think is sweet spot.

The only think that bothers me- would all games support wide resolution of it? Or would I have to wait each time for some drivers that will allow it?

What do you think guys?

The games support it from day one, if not, there will be a download you can do to fix it, sometimes the HUD is in the same place as 16.9 but normally it is fine
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Having personally tested the 27" IPS AUOptronics monitors like the Predator and the X34, the IPS glow is among the worst I've ever seen. If any displays could use an Advanced True Wide Polarizer, it's these. But then people would just balk at the extra $200 tossed on the price.


I'm interested to see if that new 3440x1440 100 Hz VA panel makes it into a G-Sync display.
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That image should be of the ASUS PG348Q, not the ASUS PG279Q

Agreed thumb.gif
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That image should be of the ASUS PG348Q, not the ASUS PG279Q

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Agreed thumb.gif

I take it both of you want to watch movies and play racing games, because if you're going to play shooters you would not even consider the ASUS PG348Q over the ASUS PG279Q.
Either way, if you play shooters I want to know what games so I can 420 noscope headshot both of you while boasting about my superior 165hz monitor. gunner.gif

Joking aside. I'm sure both of them will be great. I will perhaps make some gifs for the ASUS PG348Q as well.
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I take it both of you want to watch movies and play racing games, because if you're going to play shooters you would not even consider the ASUS PG348Q over the ASUS PG279Q.
Either way, if you play shooters I want to know what games so I can 420 noscope headshot both of you while boasting about my superior 165hz monitor. gunner.gif

Joking aside. I'm sure both of them will be great. I will perhaps make some gifs for the ASUS PG348Q as well.

I play shooters and RPGs, I still think 100hz would be enough as many people say after 90hz, it is quite hard to tell the difference when gaming.
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...You should buy new IPS monitors becasue In my opinion you will wait quite long time for true gaming VA monitors. In my opinion at least 2 years, being optimistic here.

Well Acer does have a 2560 x 1080 200 Hz VA monitor coming out any day now. I don't think a 2560 x 1440 VA monitor will take that long.
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Having personally tested the 27" IPS AUOptronics monitors like the Predator and the X34, the IPS glow is among the worst I've ever seen. If any displays could use an Advanced True Wide Polarizer, it's these. But then people would just balk at the extra $200 tossed on the price.


I'm interested to see if that new 3440x1440 100 Hz VA panel makes it into a G-Sync display.

I haven't heard of such a panel but that's more good news. Too bad most of these modern VA panels only reach around 2500:1 contrast levels, when we've seen other VA panels do twice that.
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https://www.facebook.com/rognordic/photos/a.300928356630368.72089.295429160513621/983331158390081/?type=3&theater

ASUS ROG Nordic: "ROG Swift PG279Q will be available by the end of next month."

Let's hope so. Good news is that there's no ips glow in the bottom right corner biggrin.gif at least from what is seen in the photo they've posted.
Do you think this monitor is using the same panel as Acer XB270HU and Asus MG279Q?
Edited by medgart - 9/23/15 at 7:27pm
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Do you think this monitor is using the same panel as Acer XB270HU and Asus MG279Q?

It is using the same panel.
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