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ASUS ROG Strix XG438Q 43” Large Gaming Monitor with 4K 120Hz FreeSync 2 HDR DisplayHDR 600 90% DCI-P3 Aura Sync 10W Speaker Non-glare Eye Care with HDMI 2.0 DP 1.4 Remote Control

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  • 43” 4K non-glare gaming monitor with 120Hz refresh rate for super-smooth gaming visual | Includes – (1) Display port, (3) HDMI, (1) Earphone jack, (2) USB Ports | VESA (100X100mm) Compatible
  • Product dimensions | Without stand – 38.3” L x 2.93” D x 22.46” H | With stand – 38.3” L x 9.53” D x 24.85” H | Weight – 31.3 lbs. | Voltage – 100-240V, 50/60 Hz | Aspect ratio – 16:9 | True Resolution – 3840 x 216
  • High dynamic Range (HDR) technology with displays 600 certification and 90% DCI-P3 Professional color gamut ensures exceptional contrast and color performance
  • A pair of 10W speakers adds powers to audio performance and an included remote control enables full control of the on-screen display for quick adjustments and input selection
  • Radeon free Sync 2 HDR technology provides buttery smooth game play, low latency, and better brightness and contrast | Game fast input technology minimizes input lag and provides much faster motion delivery from connected devices to the monitor

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Aspect Ratio 16:9 16:9 1.77:1 21:9
Display Resolution Maximum 3840 x 2160 pixels 3840 x 2160 pixels 3840 x 2160 pixels 3840 x 2160 pixels 2560x1440 pixels 3440 x 1440 pixels
Screen Size 43 inches 42.5 inches 32 inches 27 inches 38.5 inches 34 inches
Display Type LCD LCD LED LED LED
Item Dimensions 38.37 x 24.85 x 9.54 inches 38.1 x 10.8 x 25.5 inches 28.25 x 16.7 x 2.81 inches 24.95 x 16.63 x 10.02 inches 34.63 x 25.25 x 11 inches 32.3 x 12.3 x 18.3 inches
Item Weight 45.00 lbs 38.58 lbs 17.64 lbs 25.57 lbs 16.80 lbs
Mounting Type Wall Mount Wall Mount Wall Mount Wall Mount Wall Mount
Refresh Rate 120 hertz 60 hertz 144 hertz 144 hertz 165 hertz 160 hertz

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The 43” ROG Strix XG438Q gaming monitor features a marvelous 4K HDR with 90% DCI-P3, displays 600 Certification, and free Sync 2 HDR for a fully immersive, buttery smooth game play at 120Hz, and phenomenal color performance. The anti-glare monitor paired with ultra-low Blue light and flicker-free technology help minimize eye strain.

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Reviewed in the United States on November 5, 2019
Style: 43" 120Hz HDR600Verified Purchase
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2.0 out of 5 stars Does not meet basic expectations
By B. Pearce on November 5, 2019
* The big problem *

I purchased this to replace an older 60hz monitor of the same size and resolution. However, upon turning it on to my Windows desktop, a problem was immediately apparent. Text looked wrong. Especially small text with fine 1-pixel-wide lines. It is like there is a little bit of vertical blur smearing the fine lines. It looks like a poorly configured sharpness setting, except there isn't a sharpness setting on this monitor, and the problem fades away toward the bottom of the screen! (see pictures!) It is a little hard to discern in photographs, but in person, it makes regular black-on-white text look like it has a drop-shadow.

I believe that many people notice this problem, but for lack of a better explanation, blame it on the BGR subpixel layout. I must emphasize that this problem is entirely unrelated to the BGR subpixel layout. Every 4K 43 inch panel I've ever seen (and I've seen several) has a BGR subpixel layout, and the effect of using RGB subpixel antialiasing on a BGR panel is so subtle that most owners never notice a problem. This monitor's problem is different, and can be most easily confirmed by viewing a sharpness test pattern on the monitor.

* No solution from Asus *

I contacted Asus tech support about the rendering problem, and their reply was a generic copy-and-pasted list advising things like using the auto-adjust button (yes, the one from old VGA monitors, that doesn't even exist on this model), running native resolution (duh), and trying different cables. I tried different cables, and there was no change.

After several replies, they suggested that I return the monitor for a replacement. However, before I returned the monitor, I wanted to know if a replacement would have the same issue. So I scoured various internet forums and was able to receive confirmation that mine was not the only panel with this particular flaw. I returned the monitor for a refund instead, and I will eagerly await the release of a better model.

* General panel quality *

To be fair, many people run this monitor with 125% DPI scaling, which largely masks the effect of the panel's rendering problem. It is also a non-issue in most games. So I will briefly discuss the panel quality compared to others I have used.

This panel has notably poor viewing angles, a fact which my brother was quick to point out whenever I tried to show him something on it. He would look over from a steep angle, and it would be too washed out to make sense of anything. Inevitably, he had to get up out of his chair and move over to look from a better angle. Not so with the LG IPS monitor I was using before (and after) this Asus monitor.

Motion blur is pretty bad for a gaming monitor, too. I spent quite a bit of time playing WoW Classic on it, and green player names drifting by had a distinct streak behind them, especially in dark environments. This was even with overdrive set to the second-highest setting. The highest overdrive setting was drastically overdone to the point that it created horrid overshooting artifacts everywhere there was motion, making it basically unusable for gaming. This monitor does use a VA panel, and VA panels are known for this kind of streaking, particularly when transitioning to/from black. I cannot compare this panel's performance with other VA panels however, as I have never used another VA panel for gaming.

* Conclusion *

As much as it has been eagerly anticipated, I must recommend skipping this monitor. More-advanced models like Acer Predator CG437K and Asus XG43UQ are due to be released soon (around the end of 2019), and with any luck, they may not share the same rendering problems as the Asus XG438Q.
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That guy who wants to save money.
5.0 out of 5 stars For those people, uses gaming on a tv with a pc.
Reviewed in Canada on July 31, 2020
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Brian R.
1.0 out of 5 stars Really want love this but the is some issues
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best Hdr monitor!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Magical!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Magical!
Reviewed in Canada on July 13, 2020
I upgraded from Alienware AW3418DW, and before that I had Asus Pg278 and Pg279... This PG35VQ is the best monitor that has OLED HDR level picture with a Response and refresh rate of a TN panel. It is almost magical to see how to make the best things out of two worlds working together!
Pro: Build quality, image quality, slick design
Con: Software and game support for HDR is not there yet, Windows 10 has a really bad support for HDR too, you will run into some flickering issues when ur in HDR game and Ctrl+Tab to see ur windows desktop (not an issue with the monitor, its purely Microsoft engineers dont know how HDR works)
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