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[Asus] The 35" ROG Swift PG35VQ Gaming Monitor Turns HDR and Quatum Dots Up To 200Hz

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Our latest addition is the largest gaming monitor we’ve ever made. The ROG Swift PG35VQ stretches its massive 35” diagonal across an ultra-wide 21:9 aspect ratio. The edges extend into your periphery, so the display is curved to bring them closer and enhance the panoramic feel. Unlike with multi-monitor arrays that cover a similar field of view, there are no unsightly seams or bezels to get in your way.

Wow, I was not expecting that. Hopefully Asus quality control will have gone up before this display hits the market, as I'm sure it'll be north of $2K US.
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Looks like it will be out Q4 2017 according to Nvidia, and also that Acer is making the same monitor and calling it an X35. Also some more detail from article below

http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/nvidia-g-sync-hdr-35-inch-curved-monitor
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The monitors' new 35” LCD panel was designed in concert with AU Optronics, delivering the ultimate in HDR and gaming capabilities in a curved 21:9 wide-aspect ratio. Making full use of the bandwidth of the latest DisplayPort 1.4 specification, the WQHD panel refreshes at up to 200Hz for tear-free, ultra-smooth, responsive gaming. And, its HDR capabilities break new ground with a 512 zone full direct array backlight that sports a peak brightness of 1000 nits, for stunning and intense highlights, and exceptional contrast. In addition, DCI-P3 color gamut support is enhanced with a Quantum Dot Enhancement Film (QDEF) for outstanding color expression

It will be interesting to see which resolution/screen ratio (Ultrawide or 4K) Acer and Asus see as their top dog, as the 4K HDR one is already $2K, so this could be more or less.

End of year build should be fun with this, i9-6980XE and some Titan Volta GPUS. thumb.gif Might even need to pick up an X27 for non UW games

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200Hz, ultrawide, HDR gsync, and 512 zone local dimming

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Wow.

200Hz. HDR 3440x1440

Is that native refresh rate?

What's the curvature?

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Awesome! Thanks for the info Cali. The acer looks much better aesthetically.

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Is there any monitor arm that support 35 inch displays + 1 or two 27inch ? This looks like my next monitor. After that I swear I'm done.
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holy crap. sign me up. please don't be $2000

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Is there any monitor arm that support 35 inch displays + 1 or two 27inch ? This looks like my next monitor. After that I swear I'm done.

I have a Novus TSS stand for 3 27" I'm certain I could replace my middle one for a 35". Not cheap but the build quality and customisation options are great, but if you're US you might have trouble getting them as they're a German company.

As for the monitor, damn I'm not sure I can push 200fps with a single 1080ti, but that's impressive. No doubt it'll be 1500+ judging from the 2k for the 4K one.
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Is there any monitor arm that support 35 inch displays + 1 or two 27inch ? This looks like my next monitor. After that I swear I'm done.

Some of the WSGF arms/stands can do it.


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Awesome! Thanks for the info Cali. The acer looks much better aesthetically.


WOW WOW WOW! That finally looks so SLEEEEEEEK.

Link please. If this is Acer version of this montor- Acer definitely has my money, not Asus. Look at that shapes baby!

Finally monitor I can upgrade too. I am leaving small 27 144Hz 4K monitors to people with zoom glasses.

Gonna enjoy that 200Hz 35" Ultra Wide biggrin.gif

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