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Asus ROG Swift PG348Q

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  • Perfect
    3 years ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Best screen I've experienced!
    Do not forget to download https: //www.asus.com/en/ROG-Republic-Of-Gamers/ROG-SWIFT-PG34 ... if you do not want it to be public pnp monitor
  • Perfect
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Incredibly good screen, it's a pleasure every time I start the computer now.

    Playing all possible games and having nothing negative to say about it at all. Colors are good, bright strong etc etc. You get what you pay for. Although it has some backlight bleed / IPS glow or whatever it's called, I do not notice it when I use it.

    So far, I only have a Gtx 970 and games work perfectly well, even though you can pull down on the eyewitness of the newer titles. But for example I play Witcher 3 at full resolution in High-Medium at 50-60 fps, and with G-Sync it feels very fluid.

    To add that I acquired my used for 6500, and for that price it is completely unbeatable. I thought I would regret spending a lot of money on a screen, but I'm not regret for a second. Did I have paid 11-12k as it goes again? Probably not.

    - The support is great so I bought a Deltaco ARM-459 wall mount for a ridiculous sum (135 kr). Now my setup looks so much more clean.
  • Barely acceptable
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    I suffer from backbleed for 11000 kr this is unacceptable.
    75 hz standard

    buy this screen only if you have at least one gtx 1080.
  • Perfect
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Coming earlier from a 24 "144Hz and was initially a little skeptical about this but after considering I bought it and I do not regret my choice.

    Although it's 44Hz less than the previous screen, everything goes so much better with G-Sync, driving the screen with 7700K OC and a 1080Ti, maxing all games on Ultra and with G-Sync, so you get such a bad flow in the picture so that is makeless.

    Lives a bit of BLB in a few corners but besides that, high quality monitor.
    Recommended for those who want a little extra in their gambling and general everyday life.
  • Very good
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Bought this after looking at the "in action" when I read a lot about "panel lotto", that is, the quality varies greatly between different specimens. I switched me from a LG 27 "16: 9 IPS screen and is not an expert, has not measured response time, etc., but judges only subjective.

    Pros:
    * It's really fat to play on a 34 "ultra-wide. Became like a child on Christmas Eve when I started Battlefield 1 for the first time.
    * True resolution with 1440p. Did not want 4K because it requires a real graphics card for games, and text / icons will be funky without scaling up. It may not be the highest PPI, but I am satisfied. Can not distinguish some pixels from about 60 cm.
    * Stable foot
    * Fine colors when calibrated
    * Good viewing angles
    * No dead pixels
    * 100 Hz - you actually see a difference of 60 Hz even if you are not a professional FPS player.
    * G-sync with Nvidiakort, the games float like butter. Never more vsync!
    * You can have two browsers next to each other without missing info or scrolling laterally.

    Cons:
    * Animals! Have read that you pay about 2,000 kr for G-sync, but it may be worth it. Had not purchased this screen unless I had a fat Nvidia card (1080 GTX). If you have AMD cards, there are probably cheaper alternatives with Freesync.
    * Not only is the screen expensive, it requires a really powerful graphics card as well. Do you have at least a 1070 GTX do not buy this 1440p game screen (and definitely not 4K). Of course, this not only applies to this screen but all high resolution displays.
    * At 100 Hz, I can distinguish some scan lines, if I look closely, on some parts of the screen on a bright solid color background. Nothing really disturbs or appears at play.
    * Bad colors out-of-the-box. Was a bit disappointed first, but when I started calibrating a bit, there was an enormous difference in the colors.
    * Small IPS glow at the corners. This can be reduced slightly by lowering brightness.
    * Slight uneven brightness over the panel, has some batches of warmer / weaker light. It does not appear in games but most in eg. browser.
    * The foot is quite deep, closer to 30 cm. I have rotated it a bit so that it comes 5 cm closer to the wall (thus pointing it further on the front of the desk). If you have a small desk, you should consider some kind of wall / table attachment.
    * Most web pages are not made for ultra-wide resolution, so it will be 50% dead surface if you do not have multiple windows next to each other.

    Have not tested the speakers, USB hub and other lull-lull.
  • Excellent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Really pleased. Good image quality, no weird scan lines as part seems to have with this monitor? Believe me, I've really been looking for the wrong! I'm running a Gigabyte GTX 1070 and an i5 4690K overclocked to 4.3GHz. However, I feel that I have any. will replace the stand where I want to be able to bring down the screen, lower the desktop. G-Sync delivers great float! Regarding backlight bleeding, so there's that, but if you look at adjusting the brightness at reasonable levels, it's barely noticeable. Just to shop!
  • Excellent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Stunning screen, was lucky with both Backlight Bleed and dead pixels. Sure, the IPS panel, it has little BLB but it is quite ok. Operates with a 1070 GTX which is perhaps just a bit too bad. Should I be able to drive ultra high FPS and you will probably be a 1080
  • Decent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    No, this is not a dream screen you dying to. It has its USP is with 3440x1440px and överklockningsbar to 100hz. But this is an unfinished product in its infancy. The panel is simply too poor quality. Suffering from too much backlight bleeding. But what bothers me most is the scan line problem that both Asus and Acer are suffering, it is like a screen filter over the image that is very störigt. I've now bought and surrendered both this and X34 grade. I recommend having ice in your stomach if you really want an ultra wide screen with 1440p and 100hz and wait until they have matured, upcoming Acer X34P seems promising.

    I do not know if it was my copy, but I got a lot of pain in my head when I drove my screen in 100Hz, the picture seemed vibrant. I lowered to 90Hz became more "smooth". May well add that scan line problem decreases when lowering hz: one but it feels very counterproductive when buying screen to run fast screen refresh rate, you might as well buy a 60Hz screen.
  • Good
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    The reason I give this rating and not full pot is for my screen suffers from so-called backlight bleeding and I do not consider it to be able to appear on a display of over 10 000 ... Otherwise delivers the screen really good! I have had time to test World of Warcraft a lot and there is the sjävlklara choice, absolutely incredible experience. The more rapid breaking games I have been able to test the most demanding low response time and uppdateringfrekvevens etc., which is Counter Strike Global Offensive. In this game will clearly be a big difference between my second BenQ 144hz TN panel. Then, the game has no direct support for image format 21: 9, so it is also a problem. Many games not stöjder this image format. But I think it is not a problem since there are workarounds and it will in the near future when the need is growing! I have had the 1440p IPS panels before and this is in a class all to yourself! Overclocking was no problem to 100Hz, Gsync supplies, IPS provides fine lifelike color / black. Unless my copy had problems with screen blb had received 10 Stars!
  • Perfect
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Really good screen. Got a good specimens without dead pixels and very little backlight bleed. 100 Hz was no problem.

    Would give the screen a 10 if it were not for the high price that makes me pull of a star.

    NOTE - It will obviously be a difference in quality depending on the dates of manufacture. The early models had major problems (including the problem described by Thomasnexa below to half the screen flashes). My copy is made in April 2016 and has no such problems.

    Update 4 months later - Works perfectly and would never switch back to a normal screen. In retrospect, I can say it was worth every penny. New grade 10/10.
  • Perfect
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    No problems whatsoever. My fabricated March 2016. Incredibly good picture quality, response time and functionality.
    Mounted up my with a wall bracket without any problems and therefore do not have to stand with the logo that always shines.

    Highly recommended!
  • Very Poor
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    A screen not delivering based on what it claims to be, but plus for the high resolution

    - Very reverse bleed
    - Long latence
    - The price
  • Very Poor
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Bought this home from Germany - better prices! But unfortunately, a real miss ...

    First, pull the current darn, over 63 watts ...
    Large viewing area but missed that it was 5ms response time and a substantial laggig playback, especially for demanding games.
    Sometimes half the screen flashes for a short while (type 100 part second).
    Stylish but big and little crooked feet.
  • Perfect
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Full marks!

    Just packed up and embarked on the screen. Overclocked to 100 Hz no problem with the Asus GTX 980 TI OC.
    No dead pixels, hear no coil whine, part-backlight bleed along the top edge but it was expected.
    12,990 through CDON, thanks to the discount code for pre-order.

    Update 160314:
    Still super happy with the screen, has tested the Star Wars BF, BF 4, RB6. All with the maximum level of detail and the screen hangs nicely with the 100 fps thanks to the graphics card's performance. Sometimes it dips down to 90 fps in some scenes.

    Lacks a quick button to adjust the settings on the screen. My old Samsung monitors could automatically adjust the brightness of the surroundings. Now you have to go manually into the menu and change the strength in the evenings. No shortcut keys for brightness available.
    Red logo that illuminates the screen lights up even when the computer is off, do not know why ...

    Really wonderful to see movies in 21: 9 format also, without black bars!
  • Excellent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Perhaps the perfect game screen, incredible experience to play in 21: 9, however, requires a strong game machine to drive it in the 60+ fps.