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ASUS ROG STRIX XG35VQ 35 Inch Curved 100hz 3440 X 1440 Gaming Monitor £539.20 @ Very (New customers)
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ASUS ROG STRIX XG35VQ 35 Inch Curved 100hz 3440 X 1440 Gaming Monitor £539.20 @ Very (New customers)

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Asus ROG Strix XG35VQ 35in Curved Gaming Monitor UWQHD (3440x1440), 100Hz, FreeSync™, Aura RGB
The 35” ROG Strix XG35VQ takes Adaptive-Sync to 100Hz on an ultra-wide curve Ultra-wide desktop monitors bring a whole new level of gaming immersion. Their broader view of the world extends into the periphery, drawing you deeper into the action without the distracting seams of multi-monitor configs. Wrap the screen around a curve, turn it up to 100Hz, and synchronize with Radeons like the new ROG Strix RX Vega 64, and you have a recipe for captivating gaming. With a dash of Aura Sync backlighting and our own Extreme Low Motion Blur technology, you also have the new ROG Strix XG35VQ. Announced today at IFA Berlin 2017, the latest and largest addition to our Strix family of gaming monitors is something to behold: Stretching nearly three feet, the 35” diagonal puts loads of real estate at your disposal. We use a gentle 1800R curve to bring the far edges a little bit closer for a more panoramic feel. The VA panel has rich colors with 100% sRGB coverage, plus 2500:1 contrast and 300 cd/m2 brightness. Its wide 178° viewing angles keep the picture from washing out, so you can gather a few friends for split-screen Rocket League that looks great from every seat in the room. The 21:9 proportions contain a UWQHD resolution of 3440x1440. That’s high enough for a sharp image but not so high that you need multiple graphics cards to exploit the maximum refresh rate. The 100Hz peak is equivalent to 100 FPS, which feels noticeably smoother and more responsive than the conventional 60Hz standard. Adaptive-Sync makes everything even more buttery by synchronizing the refresh rate with the frame rate of compatible GPUs. Otherwise known as FreeSync, this technique minimizes the stuttering that can occur when FPS fluctuates. It also reduces input lag and eliminates visual tearing that cuts across your view of the game. At four milliseconds from gray to gray, the pixel response time is quick enough to keep obvious ghosting at bay.
Computing Accessory Type: Monitors
Depth: 317.3 MM
Dongle Required: N
Height: 567.2 MM
Width: 834.7 MM
Wifi Enabled: N
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How would a 100 Hz stack up against a 240hz, is it worth getting a 240hz instead of this?
Johnny199022/09/2019 13:58

How would a 100 Hz stack up against a 240hz, is it worth getting a 240hz …How would a 100 Hz stack up against a 240hz, is it worth getting a 240hz instead of this?


Depends on how competitive you are with the games you play for it to even matter at these refresh rates. I've got a 144hz monitor and I've used a 240hz and saw very little difference. The biggest leap was going from 60 to 144hz but to drive this monitor in modern games at over 100hz will take some decent horsepower anyway.
Edited by: "LazybeatX" 22nd Sep
Johnny199022/09/2019 13:58

How would a 100 Hz stack up against a 240hz, is it worth getting a 240hz …How would a 100 Hz stack up against a 240hz, is it worth getting a 240hz instead of this?


A 100hz and a 240hz monitor are likely to be different panel types, so it’s important to know what you’re looking for.
Minstadave22/09/2019 14:20

A 100hz and a 240hz monitor are likely to be different panel types, so …A 100hz and a 240hz monitor are likely to be different panel types, so it’s important to know what you’re looking for.


Looking the best thing for competitive gaming, 240hz but I don't know exactly what specs pushes 240 fps usually.
Johnny199022/09/2019 14:41

Looking the best thing for competitive gaming, 240hz but I don't know …Looking the best thing for competitive gaming, 240hz but I don't know exactly what specs pushes 240 fps usually.


If competitive gaming is your thing the 240hz is probably better. You’ll probably find it has a TN panel, which sacrifices contrast and colour accuracy, but that’s not key for gaming.
Edited by: "Minstadave" 22nd Sep
Oh daym.. that's one seductive monitor.
Ive got the 34” samsung uwqhd. As a gamer it will take you a little while to get used to the sheer size and its important you have the deskspace too. But. Once you are used to it you will love it! The 100hz is just fine. You are not hitting 100 fps in 99.9% of the games you are running due to the resolution as its between qhd and uhd.
Super nice price for this monitor pitty I bought the PG348Q not so long ago am still tempted to buy a second ultrawide and get rid of my other 2 monitors... decisions decisions
Johnny199022/09/2019 14:41

Looking the best thing for competitive gaming, 240hz but I don't know …Looking the best thing for competitive gaming, 240hz but I don't know exactly what specs pushes 240 fps usually.


I've got a 240HZ monitor for CSGO and Rocket League, never looked back. Always hitting 240FPS and more. So smooth and just nice to play with. This is on a 980Ti and 3700x but expect more less the same from a quad core as I was using a 6600k before hand and had no problems
Not long bought his from prime day. Be careful of the backpanel, you have to pop it off to get wires in and it’s rather stiff and ended up snapping a clip after spending 10 minutes trying to ease it off
In the market for a new monitor - VA panels scare me for the blur / ghosting, anyone have experience of these?
Solado22/09/2019 17:14

In the market for a new monitor - VA panels scare me for the blur / …In the market for a new monitor - VA panels scare me for the blur / ghosting, anyone have experience of these?


Mine's VA and does have ghosting issues. Once you're immersed in gameplay though, never notice it...
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Johnny199022/09/2019 13:58

How would a 100 Hz stack up against a 240hz, is it worth getting a 240hz …How would a 100 Hz stack up against a 240hz, is it worth getting a 240hz instead of this?


It doesn’t matter. The human eye can’t melt steel beams
if you looking for something slightly smaller, but a lot cheaper and 144hz, give this a look: box.co.uk/Ace…tml

I have it and it works perfectly with Gsync support too.
Playing Cyberpunk 2077 on this would be breathtaking.
TankDeal22/09/2019 19:33

Playing Cyberpunk 2077 on this would be breathtaking.


I'm not even sure if my 2070 super could handle it maxed out. I think that may be 2080ti territory.
I have this monitor since Xmas . Use it for PS4 Xbox one X and PC gaming. It's super beautiful and once calibration it set up looks awesome nice tricks also like target over lay for fps games and also run with gsync pretty decent also.
Good deal.
Anyone know if it's HDR? And what peak brightness is?
Shinobei22/09/2019 21:54

Good deal.Anyone know if it's HDR? And what peak brightness is?


I think its 300 nits but reviews pin it at more like 350. Definitely not HDR though.
LazybeatX22/09/2019 19:36

I'm not even sure if my 2070 super could handle it maxed out. I think that …I'm not even sure if my 2070 super could handle it maxed out. I think that may be 2080ti territory.


I think you will need something better than that. It's a big headline title so they'll likely have a lot of headroom for next year's and the followings cards.

To be honest if it's got ray tracing even a 2080Ti won't touch it with it actually on.
smckirdy22/09/2019 22:26

I think you will need something better than that. It's a big headline …I think you will need something better than that. It's a big headline title so they'll likely have a lot of headroom for next year's and the followings cards.To be honest if it's got ray tracing even a 2080Ti won't touch it with it actually on.


Yea, I'm not fussed about Ray tracing. Currently on a 27 inch 155hz 1440p Dell monitor. The 2070 super does just fine for that setup so I'm sure I will be good for at least 1440p 60+ fps.
LazybeatX22/09/2019 22:30

Yea, I'm not fussed about Ray tracing. Currently on a 27 inch 155hz 1440p …Yea, I'm not fussed about Ray tracing. Currently on a 27 inch 155hz 1440p Dell monitor. The 2070 super does just fine for that setup so I'm sure I will be good for at least 1440p 60+ fps.


The thing about graphics cards is games will always run as well as they do now and look at least as good as they do for at least a few years.

Unless you are a person who needs to run games always at the highest setting and continually chases that you are going to be totally fine. It won't run at max settings, but it will still look pretty good.
We are looking for an Ultra wide screen monitor for our home office. I am not up to speed on the difference in monitors, could someone confirm if a gaming monitor could be used for this purpose including multi-tasking etc? Sorry for the silly question!
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