The Asus ROG Swift PG279Q is the best gaming screen you can purchase at the present time. For a considerable length of time, gamers have been compelled to settle on a decision between picture quality and invigorate rate. Less expensive, speedier TN boards conveyed quick revive accelerates to 144Hz, while IPS screens offered more dynamic hues and significantly better survey edges, however at much slower invigorate rates. In any case, as screen innovation has enhanced, there are presently screens that combine an IPS screen with a 144Hz revive rate.
The PG279Q is a 27-inch screen with a 2560×1440 determination, which we right now consider the sweet spot for top of the line gaming. It offers significantly a larger number of pixels than 1080p without being as requesting as a 4K board, which means diversions take a gander at 27 inches yet won’t push a decent GPU to the edge of total collapse. In addition, you can even now get higher than 60Hz invigorate rates, which isn’t conceivable on the present product of 4K shows. You can likewise easily keep running at 100 percent scaling in Windows, something that isn’t generally alluring with 4K boards.
At the present time there’s extremely no opposition for the Asus MG279Q: this is completely the best screen for AMD clients who need a FreeSync show. It’s a 1440p IPS screen that can revive up to 144Hz, similar to our most loved screen above. But since it utilizes the open FreeSync innovation rather than G-Sync, it doesn’t cost to such an extent (however value contrasts have limited recently).
Because of that IPS screen, hues look incredible even from off-points. The base is tough (and considers heaps of tilting, turning, and stature changes) and the bezel is genuinely thin, which is pleasant for a 27-inch screen that is as of now taking up a decent arrangement of room. Like most other gaming shows, it additionally has a light hostile to gleam covering, which I like; some more established IPS shows went too overwhelming on the covering and influenced picture quality, however the MG279Q doesn’t have that issue.
Now and again you’re compelled to make bargains, as not having the capacity to keep running at high resolutions or maximized picture quality on more seasoned illustrations cards. For shows, one of the greatest bargains is frequently surrendering highlights so as to spare cash. You don’t need to miss out on everything in quest for bring down costs, be that as it may, as the Asus VG248QE still backings up to 144Hz revive rates, all on a 24-inch 1080p TN show.