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But the most exciting thing is the refresh rate of this monitor.ASUSPG35VQ supports an adaptive refresh rate of 200 Hz and even a certain degree of overfrequency.
Support for NVIDIA G-SYNC Ultimate means that it can improve performance in contrast, color and delay. In addition, the Game of Gamers team focused on backlighting technology, equipped with Global Array Dimming (FALD) technology for PG35VQ.
This means that the backlight of Swift PG35VQ is divided into 512 different regions, each of which can be controlled independently. By selectively turning on and off the LED, the display can bring a wider dynamic range.
It is worth mentioning that the display has also been certified as DisplayHDR 1000, with a regional brightness of 1000 NIT and a coverage of 90% DCI-P3, which is the best choice for designers and players.
Of course, powerful technology means that exclusive cooling schemes are needed. Fortunately, ASUS is equipped with intelligent temperature control for PG35VQ.FanIn order to avoid disturbing the user's hearing.
A special VESA installation kit (with four screws) is attached to the packing box to ensure that there is still room for heat dissipation when wall hanging, but the design of the base is quite eye-catching.
For audio, ROG Swift PG35VQ has built-in ESS 9118 DAC (digital-to-analog converter) to facilitate players to listen to 24-bit/192 kHz lossless audio through 3.5mm headphone jack.
(The display provides DisplayPort 1.4 and HDMI 2.0 input ports)
It is worth mentioning that PG35VQ is also ASUS's first ROG monitor to support Aura Sync lamp effect, supporting players to customize their favorite immersion lighting mode.
At present, ASUS ROG Swift PG35VQ monitors have been sold in the UK at a price of 2699 (236,000 RMB). It is expected that they will soon be launched in more markets.