ASUS XG32VQ ROG Strix 32in WQHD Curved 144Hz FreeSync Gaming Monitor $602.10 Shipped @ Wireless1

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ASUS XG32VQ ROG Strix 32in WQHD Curved 144Hz FreeSync Gaming Monitor | 32 inch 1800R curved gaming monitor with ultra-fast 144Hz refresh rate designed for professional gamers and immersive gameplay | 125% sRGB color space gamut for a wider range of lifelike, vibrant colors and Adaptive-Sync (FreeSync) technology for no-tearing visuals | ROG Strix XG Series gaming monitors feature ASUS Aura Sync lighting on the back and a customizable light signature projection for gaming-inspired aesthetics | Features an ergonomically designed stand to offer extensive swivel, tilt, and height adjustment

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  • Why can't all these gaming features come in more normal looking monitors?

    • +2

      Then it won't be for gamers. Need that blink blink rgb and curved 😉

    • +2

      It doesn't look all that gamer-ry once you turn all the RGB lights off. I've got an ASUS ROG 34 inch and it's pretty plain with no lights.

    • Panel Type VA — your not missing out on anything.. i have two 32" VA gaming monitors .. i dont recommend them for FPS gamers

      • +4

        What monitors are they? 32" va isnt a lot of info.

        The scale isnt TN<VA<IPS

        Va has the best blacks hands down and contrast but suffers from light-heavy ghosting depending on the panel quality ofc. The samsung Odessey G9 is a good example of a beautiful VA panel.

        IPS has awesome color but Awful contrast. Some ghosting and backlight bleed an awesome IPS display LG 34GN850-B.

        TN is kinda lacking in the color department but makes up for it with insane latency and non ghosting as well as really good consistent blacks. But only cover 100% of the rgb range.

        So it depends on what you play really. IPS are good all rounders with good color, okay response time, trash contrast. VA has the dark blacks and just some of the best image wuality out there (alot of tvs that arent qled / oled use VA panels)

        TN panels are sort of for the hardcore gamer typically on a budget though some nicer more expensive tn panels can get pretty pricey lol.

        Not sure why i felt like writing this but its always worth noting since a lot of people get confused and end up making the ips>va>tn stereotype which aint great.

        Honorable mentions are the oled with perfect everything but its notorious burn ins which would be awful if you played games with a consistent hud.

        And QLED which is more complex and the main competitor to oled without the burn in but is being researched as 2 chemicals in it (cadmium and cadmium compounds have been classified as carcinogenic to humans by the International Agency for Research on Cancer.) Is a tradeoff i wish i knew before mounting this shit in my room above my pc setup zzz.

        Nano ips is also just upgraded color ips.

        Anyway happy buying friendo hopefully this helps someone.

  • -1

    If this was just 34"… i have a 49" now and was thinking of getting a 34" and 27".. 2 of these would have been nice.. mmmm to do or not to do..

  • +2

    Doesn't seem to have VESA mounts, which may be a problem for some

    • Says VESA Wall Mounting : 100x100mm?

  • Checked a few reviews and doesn't look like this is the best screen for the price. Some issues on vertical lines etc.

  • +2

    With the new Dell VA and the Dell IPS both being substantially cheaper on the regular, and then QHD 240Hz monitors being not far north of $700, I'm failing to see the value.

    I don't think this is a premium monitor today, and that price tag is arguably too high for premium QHD 144Hz today.

    EDIT: yeah nah this model is 3+ years old VA. This is horrific value.

    • Agree. Can also get 170hz IPS on a much newer panel from the Gigabyte M32Q for $3 less at Umart… Excluding delivery.