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Re: Hello from ASUS [official rep]

Post by Chief Blur Buster » 05 Apr 2014, 23:24

DICKTracy wrote:While it would be nice, I don't think that BlurBusters represents enough of the target demographic for ASUS to give them a ROG SWIFT to give away. Might be a bit more likely to happen at CUSTOMPC or OCN
Who knows -- I'm certainly looking forward to an ROG PG278Q unit arriving here.

Although we aren't a wide demographic like a TomsHardware that covers A to Z in hardware, Blur Busters, mostly focussing on monitors, is already the most popular 120Hz-specific website on the Internet. Most sites don't focus nearly exclusively on "better than 60Hz" computer monitors the way Blur Busters does. Being the #1 LightBoost site, the most popular LightBoost monitor is the VG248QE, Blur Busters is helping make the 120Hz+ monitor market bigger than it would have otherwise been. Although I have not specifically asked ASUS. I do welcome vendors of related "better-than-60Hz" technologies to give spares for giveaways, much like for the GSYNC Giveaway where I gave away $1000 worth of GSYNC upgrade boards.
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Re: Hello from ASUS [official rep]

Post by DICKTracy » 06 Apr 2014, 17:04

Chief Blur Buster wrote: Who knows -- I'm certainly looking forward to an ROG PG278Q unit arriving here.

Although we aren't a wide demographic like a TomsHardware that covers A to Z in hardware, Blur Busters, mostly focussing on monitors, is already the most popular 120Hz-specific website on the Internet. Most sites don't focus nearly exclusively on "better than 60Hz" computer monitors the way Blur Busters does. Being the #1 LightBoost site, the most popular LightBoost monitor is the VG248QE, Blur Busters is helping make the 120Hz+ monitor market bigger than it would have otherwise been. Although I have not specifically asked ASUS. I do welcome vendors of related "better-than-60Hz" technologies to give spares for giveaways, much like for the GSYNC Giveaway where I gave away $1000 worth of GSYNC upgrade boards.
I never thought of it like that! That is very true! Here is hoping I was mistaken! :D

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Re: Hello from ASUS [official rep]

Post by Haste » 06 Apr 2014, 18:54

Give away for Europe please.
Monitor: Asus ROG Swift PG279Q

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Re: Hello from ASUS [official rep]

Post by Chief Blur Buster » 08 Apr 2014, 21:17

All 60Hz strobing talk has been moved to:
Manufacturers Deciding On 60Hz LightBoost/ULMB/Blur Reduction
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Re: Hello from ASUS [official rep]

Post by d3smo » 29 Jan 2015, 07:33

I've plan to have a dual ROG PG278Q, and Because my graphic card has only one display port (GTX 970 GAMING 4G) is it possible to connect them to the GPU one using a display port cable and the other one from the HDMI or the DVI from the GPU using a DVI/DP cable ?
I'll play and using Gsync only on the screen connected with the DP cable of course, but could i expect to have a dual screen on windows at least with native resolution

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Re: Hello from ASUS [official rep]

Post by carreraf1 » 29 Jan 2015, 12:03

I see Benq is making a 27" 2560x1440 144hz TN low input delay with FreeSync (XL2730Z) are you going to make a comparable model with FreeSync other than MG279Q?
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Re: Hello from ASUS [official rep]

Post by Bocalot » 30 Jan 2015, 10:05

Hi, and I am new here, late to the party so to speak, but glad I didn't miss it. I got a Asus VG248QE 24" 144hz monitor right before Christmas, and it is a huge upgrade for me over what I had. Yes I am very much a noob, but everyone starts at their own beginning. Found this great site here, and so far there is no way I could have learned what I have learned here. I also got a Asus Maximus VII Hero motherboard about 3 months ago. So much to learn, and at the same time I absolutely love it.

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