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« on: July 31, 2017, 08:11:48 pm »
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Asus MG279Q

The Asus MG279Q uses a 27" 2560x1440 resolution 8 Bit AUO AHVA panel, a nearly grain free matte coating, has excellent colour presets when the Racing mode is selected, a high quality matte grey bezel which vastly increases the perceived black depth, fast pixel response times and a 144hz refresh rate.  Free-Sync (AMD GPU required) works from 30-90fps, eliminates tearing and lag, but the has >10ms delay when not set to 144hz.

Review by Daywalker
Review by =DEAD=
Review by Extrahardware CZ
Hardware Info Test Results
Review by Playwares

[URL=sweclockers.com/test/20675-asus-mg279q-gaming-med-ips-panel-144-hz-och-amd-freesync]Review by SWECLOCKERS

Review by TFT Central

List of cards which support Free-Sync.


Asus MX27AQ

The Asus MX27AQ uses a 27" 2560x1440 resolution 8 Bit AUO AHVA panel.  It's quite similar to the Dell U2715H, uses a frame-less casing which has an inner black bezel which ruins the perceived black depth, and like the U2715H, is not as good as the similarly priced LG 27MB85R-B (Example: notice how light the black letter box bars look compared to the monitors inner black bezel).  It tends to come with high preset gamma which causes minor black crush and dulls the colors.

Review by Constantine Shorohov
Review by =DEAD=
Review by PRAD


Asus PB278Q

The PB278QR is the same as the PB278Q from 2014 which now uses an AUO AHVA panel and a matte black bezel.  The PB278QR and new PB278Q have worse colour presets and lower contrast than the original PLS version, but do not use LED PWM Dimming (Side Effects) unlike the original, are delay free unlike the majority of multi-input 1440p monitors and have faster pixel response times than the original.

The AOC Q2770PQU and BenQ BL2710PT have better preset colours and perceived black depth, but higher input lag and slightly slower pixel response times.

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Asus PG279Q

The Asus PG279Q uses a 27" 2560x1440 resolution 8 Bit AUO AHVA panel, a nearly grain free matte coating, has good colour presets aside from a preset green tint, a matte black bezel and an inner black bezel which decreases the perceived black depth, fast pixel response times and a 144hz refresh rate.  G-Sync (Nvivida GPU required) works from 30-165hz (144hz is the default maximum refresh rate but it can be overclocked to 165hz), eliminates tearing and lag, but Lightboost is limited to 120z.  It also has an HDMI input which allows it to work with external devices like consoles.

Review by =DEAD=
Review by Digital Versus
Review by Extrahardware CZ
Review by Hardware.Info
Review by NCX (In Progress)
Review by PC Lab PL
Review by PRAD
Review by Sweclockers
Review by TFT Central

Asus PA27AC

Review by Alexander Gryzhin (=DEAD=)
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