|Standing screen display size||32 Inches|
|Screen Resolution||2560 x 1440|
|Max Screen Resolution||2560 x 1440 Pixels|
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ASUS ROG Swift PG329Q 32” Gaming Monitor, 1440P WQHD (2560x1440), Fast IPS, 175Hz (Supports 144Hz), 1ms, G-SYNC Compatible, Extreme Low Motion Blur Sync, Eye Care, HDMI DisplayPort USB, DisplayHDR 600
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|Screen Size||32 Inches|
|Display Resolution Maximum||2560 x 1440 Pixels|
|Special Feature||Height Adjustment, Blue Light Filter, Swivel Adjustment, Tilt Adjustment, Flicker-Free, Built-In Speakers See more|
|Refresh Rate||175 Hz|
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- 32-inch WQHD (2560 x 1440) Fast IPS gaming monitor with ultrafast 175Hz refresh rate (supports 144hz) designed for professional gamers and immersive gameplay
- Aspect Ratio is 16:9; Viewing Angle (CR≧10, H/V) is 178°/ 178°; Brightness (Typ) is 450cd/㎡
- Fast IPS technology enables a 1ms response time (GTG) for sharp gaming visuals with high frame rates
- G-SYNC Compatible, delivering a seamless, tear-free gaming experience by enabling VRR (variable refresh rate) by default
- ASUS Extreme Low Motion Blur Sync (ELMB SYNC) technology enables ELMB together with G-SYNC Compatible, eliminating ghosting and tearing for sharp gaming visuals with high frame rates
- High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology with professional color gamut delivers contrast and DCI-P3 98% color performance that meets the DisplayHDR 600 certification
- ASUS Eye Care technology with TUV Rheinland Certification for Flicker-free and Low Blue Light technology to minimize eye fatigue and an ergonomic stand featuring tilt, swivel, and height adjustments to ensure a comfortable viewing experience
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The 32” ROG Swift PG329Q gaming monitor features Fast IPS technology, delivering 175Hz refresh rate and 1ms (GTG) response time without compromising colors. This pre-calibrated display is DisplayHDR600 certified and meets cinema standard requirements, with DCI-P3 98% color gamut and sRGB 160% for an outstanding immersive gaming experience.
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I was stuck between this and the Samsung Odyssey G7. Basically a high quality VA vs a high quality IPS. What the G7 has that the PG329Q doesn't is 240hz, and better contrast, plus the curve if your into that. I ended up not going with a high end VA because of the QC issues Samsung has been having, plus the fact they only warranty their product for 1 year, vs Asus who has a 3 year (which includes a warranty of less than 3+ bright dots and 5+ for black dots, which I think is decent), along with the black smearing concerns and poor viewing angles. Samsung has mitigated the black smearing to some extent (its better than almost any other monitor with a VA panel on the market), but it is still present at 240hz. To eliminate the black smearing entirely on their G7, you must reduce the refresh rate to 165hz, which kind of defeats the selling point of that monitor. (There or more reviews online if you want to learn more about the specific pixel response times of the G7). I've tried VA and IPS panels before, and I consider black smearing to be really unpleasant, that specific thing ended up being more important to me than better contrast.
About the PG329Q, my unit came great out of the box and I couldn't find any dead pixels. Setup was easy and straightforward:
REFRESH RATE: 9/10. The refresh rate of 165hz (oc'd to 175 in the OSD), at this price point is great. It won't get up there in the 240 hz range with its TN and VA counterparts, but it provides a great experience overall. (There is a 240hz version of this monitor that will be released next year, though I am unsure of the penalties this will result in picture quality, price, etc...)
PIXEL RESPONSE: 9/10. I settled on the 4/5 overdrive setting in the OSD. 5/5 resulted in overshoot and artifacts, and feels like that is only there so they can claim the 1ms response time. I do not have special tools to measure the response time, and am basing my opinion based off of my own experience in games and the UFO test. At 4/5 the transitions look very good, and I couldn't notice any significant overshoot.
ELMB w/ sync: 10/10. What Asus has done here is incredible with their ELMB (with gsync!). Double imaging was only present on very quick movements on the desktop, and it is so subtle I leave it on, even while I'm not gaming. The brightness was still very good for me with it on, as it does decrease brightness by maybe 25-35%. The benefits in game took me by surprise, it really does look quite good. It makes a 80 FPS experience feel like a 160 FPS experience.
COLORS: 9/10. Absolutely fantastic colors, and the monitor comes pre calibrated from the factory. They even provide the calibration profile and the color space it covers. I am no professional, but I was very pleased with it. I was disappointed it doesn't do true 10 bit. It does 8 bit color with +2 provided with GPU dithering. But the colors provided to the end user are great for a layman such as myself.
CONTRAST: 7/10. It feels good for an IPS, not at VA levels of contrast however, and the blacks do feel a bit grey at times in dark scenes. So as I said before, good for an IPS panel, but its nothing to write home about.
IPS GLOW/BACKLIGHT BLEED: 10/10. For my unit it was great. I had no issues with bleed, and the IPS glow is low.
VIEWING ANGLES: 8/10. Good viewing angles, but at about 35-45 degrees they begin looking a little washed out.
ERGONOMICS: 8/10. Height, tilt and swivel work great. I was disappointed it didn't come with rotation as well.
HDR: 6.5/10. This isn't going to impress any HDR junkies out there but its nice to have. The peak brightness (for flashes and explosions was bright enough to make me flinch) was really great, but being edge lit it isn't going to give an OLED HDR experience, so go into it understanding that. It's a nice perk, and did surprise me with it's capabilities, though limited.
INPUT LAG: 10/10. From my love of playing twitch games, I can say that from the seat it felt incredibly responsive. No complaints here.
CONNECTIVITY: 8/10. Only complaint is that the DisplayPort is 1.2a+ and not 1.4. Not a huge deal as it doesn't really need more than that, but it's worth mentioning.
Given its price point, advertised performance and specs, I am really happy with it overall and plan on keeping it as my main monitor. 5/5 stars. The unboxing experience and materials provided were great, and the monitor and stand itself feels extremely solid. The "gamer" aesthetic on the back may be polarizing for some but it's on the back so I don't really mind.
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 3, 2023
I really love this monitor. I have this set as my main monitor. With that said I want to point out some pros and cons and why I returned it and purchased a second unit in the hopes the second unit would be better.
-Great quality picture.
-Colors are amazing.
-175 Hz refresh rate.
-Gaming settings and layouts.
-USB device disconnects when the monitor goes to sleep even when monitor USB Hub settings "On During Standby" is set.
-When coming back from sleep all of my windows and icons move to my second monitor, the icons return to the main monitor but all my windows do not.
-Sometimes There is blotching or smearing when I move the mouse around. screen goes a bit dim and everywhere the mouse moves to is surrounded by a white/greyish circle. I turn the monitor on and off again it works fine once more.
-Sometimes most of the Settings of the monitor are greyed out and once I reset the monitor back to factory settings they all work again.
-Panel Flickering randomly.
-My biggest issue I had was that sometimes after the monitor goes to sleep it would slightly wake up after a while. The panel itself would still be off but the backlight would turn on and stay on and wouldn't turn off at all.
All of the Pros I talked about last time are still the same. Some of the Cons I talked about are gone and fixed with the replacement monitor.
OLD Cons still present or untested:
-USB device disconnection issue I haven't tried since I got the new monitor. I figure the less I have to deal with connections the better. So I let that be.
-Coming back from sleep; seems to be fine but I think it was actually when I turned the monitor off that things move to the secondary monitor. When I set my other two monitors as the main when testing they don't toss the icons and taskbar to the other monitor when I press the power button on the monitor, one is an LG and the other is an Asus VS series, they both keep everything where it is when doing so. When I have the PG329Q set as the main and turn its power off that's when it tosses everything it had to the secondary monitor.
OLD Cons that don't occur on the replacement I received:
-Blotching is non existent. No issues there.
-No issues with settings being greyed out at all after time has passed.
-No panel flickering either.
-Finally, the one thing that really bothered me a lot was the backlight turning on when the monitor was in sleep mode is also not present in this replacement. I would have my PC turn all the monitors off in 5 minutes and walk away for a bit and I would come back to the backlight being on or watch TV in my room to randomly see light from the corner of my eye coming from my desk. But yeah, so far it hasn't happened with this monitor.
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Empiezo comentando que dicho monitor cuenta con las características que publicita pero a medias en todos los aspectos, terminas sintiéndote engañado. Trataré de explicar cada problema:
No tiene bocinas, esto queda claro porque nunca mencionan bocinas, sólo lo comento por si estás interesado en eso, es extraño que no lo tenga siendo un producto tan caro y teniendo conexiones HDMI y displayPort.
No es de 175hz nativo, debes hacer OC para alcanzarlos pero al activarlo te muestra un mensaje de que no lo recomiendan porque se volverá inestable. En realidad sólo tiene las velocidades 60, 144 y 165hz en resolución 1440p por el puerto displayPort. Ni siquiera tiene algo intermedio entre 60 y 144, muy mal.
Profundidad de color de 10 bits, jajaja lamento decirte que sólo es posible a 60hz, en velocidades superiores por displayPort olvidalo, el problema es que la versión de displayPort es 1.2 cuando ya existe 2.0, una vergüenza.
Hdr600, lo he activado y se ve horrible, ni vale la pena, lo mismo para SRGB supuestamente cubre el 160% de RGB, pero activarlo baja mucho el brillo en ambas opciones y no es posible modificarlo, queda muy oscuro.
De hecho eso me ha molestado mucho, cuando activas algo, otras cosas se desactivan, por ejemplo el ascr se desactiva en muchos casos y lo mismo con elmb, eso nunca lo explican.
Recomiendo que veas videos en internet donde modifican las opciones del producto y veas cómo si activas algo, se desactivan otras funciones.
La altura del monitor es muy baja, no puedes subirlo mucho, al bajar si llega a la mesa, pero al subirlo es muy poco, tengo otro monitor asus que sube bastante casi el doble.
Se calienta demasiado, ten cuidado porque genera mucho calor no sé porqué.
El logo de Asus que enciende atrás del monitor con aura, es muy tenue casi ni se nota, si esperas ver el reflejo en la oscuridad como una tira led, olvidalo... no se nota nada. La única forma de ver algo de luz es directamente y es muuuy tenue, lógicamente al estar jugando nunca lo verás.
Cosas que si me gustaron:
-El tamaño de 32 pulgadas es muy bueno.
-El brillo si no activas nada de hdr, sRGB, ASCR o tonterías.
-La saturación es bastante alta de hecho recomiendo bajarle.
-El ángulo de visión si es bueno, de 178 grados.
Considero que si esperas un monitor de gama alta no será lo que obtendrás, debes leer las letras pequeñas de cada opción del monitor, te invito a que revises el manual del fabricante y verás a qué me refiero, cada opción tiene un PERO.
Los mismos detalles tuve con HDMI, ya realicé pruebas y funciona muy parecido a DisplayPort excepto la velocidad de refresco que si cuentas con 120Hz pero no puedes superar los 144hz, esto es por limitaciones del puerto.
Estaba tentado a actualizar su firmware porque había visto que se solucionaban algunas cosas, pero vi que genera más problemas graves actualizarlo, como el hecho de que no puedas activar nunca hdr y cosas así y no lo han solucionado.
El producto incluye cable USB, HDMI y displayPort, sus patas y unos tornillos que supongo son para sostenerlo de alguna base, viene bien protegido en su caja así que por ese lado no me preocuparía que te pueda llegar golpeado.
Por último, te recomiendo un monitor que máximo tenga 144hz si es que cuenta con hdmi 2.0 o displayPort 1.2, porque dichos puertos tienen limitantes de velocidad y no tiene sentido generar mas fps, no los notarás porque no serán transmitidos al monitor, pero si los puertos son hdmi 2.1 y dp 2.0 si cambia la cosa.
Al siguiente día de esta reseña subió su precio considerablemente, te recomiendo comparar precios.
Espero te sea útil mi reseña.
Con ambas máquinas tengo el problema de que en ocasiones la imagen parpadea horriblemente. Tengo la hipótesis de que es son los 144 Hz. He arreglado este problema reduciendo a 120 Hz. A veces me toca conectar y desconectar o reiniciar el equipo para que se resuelva del todo.
Con Windows no he tenido absolutamente ningún inconveniente.
Los colores son configurables y los modos Game Visual son muy útiles para los diferentes modos. El Punto de Mira en el GamePlus es uno de los features que más utilizo.
Los colores son ricos y profundos. Un excelente monitor dejando de lado el "problema" ocasional del parpadeo.