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ASUS ROG PG279Q Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelPG279Q
DateSep 2015
Display
Display diagonal68.6 cm (27")
Display brightness (typical)350 cd/m²
Display resolution2560 x 1440 pixels
Response time4 ms
HD typeWide Quad HD
Display technologyLED
Panel typeIPS
Supported graphics resolutions2560 x 1440
Contrast ratio (typical)1000:1
Viewing angle, horizontal178°
Viewing angle, vertical178°
Display number of colours16.78 million colors
Native aspect ratio16:9
Display surfaceMatt
Aspect ratio16:9
Display diagonal (metric)68.6 cm
Pixel pitch0.233 x 0.233 mm
Horizontal scan range34 - 209 kHz
Vertical scan range30 - 165 Hz
Display sRGBYes
HDCPYes
Colour gamut100%
Ports & interfaces
Built-in USB hubYes
DVI portNo
HDMI ports quantity1
USB hub versionUSB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1)
USB Type-A downstream ports quantity2
DisplayPorts quantity1
Headphone outputs1
Headphone connectivity3.5 mm
USB version3.0 (3.1 Gen 1)
Weight & dimensions
Width619.8 mm
Depth66 mm
Height363 mm
Weight7 kg
Width (with stand)619.8 mm
Depth (with stand)237.9 mm
Height (with stand)552.5 mm
Power
Power consumption (typical)90 W
AC input voltage100-240 V
AC input frequency50/60 Hz
Power consumption (off)0.5 W
Power consumption (PowerSave)0.5 W
Certificates
Energy Star certifiedYes
CertificationEnergy Star®, BSMI, CB, CCC, CE, CEL level 1, ErP, FCC, J-MOSS, KCC, PSE, RoHS, UL/cUL, VCCI, WEEE, WHQL (Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7), RCM, TUV Flicker-free , eStandby, TUV Low Blue Light
Ergonomics
Cable lock slotYes
VESA mountingYes
Height adjustmentYes
Cable lock slot typeKensington
Panel mounting interface100 x 100 mm
PivotYes
Pivot angle0 - 90°
SwivellingYes
Swivel angle range60 - -60°
Tilt adjustmentYes
Tilt angle range20 - -5°
On Screen Display (OSD)Yes
Number of OSD languages5
Design
Market positioningGaming
Product colourBlack
Performance
NVIDIA G-SYNCYes
Windows operating systems supportedWindows 7 Enterprise,Windows 7 Enterprise x64,Windows 7 Home Basic,Windows 7 Home Basic x64,Windows 7 Home Premium,Windows 7 Home Premium x64,Windows 7 Professional,Windows 7 Professional x64,Windows 7 Starter,Windows 7 Starter x64,Windows 7 Ultimate,Windows 7 Ultimate x64,Windows 8,Windows 8 Enterprise,Windows 8 Enterprise x64,Windows 8 Pro,Windows 8 Pro x64,Windows 8 x64,Windows 8.1,Windows 8.1 Enterprise,Windows 8.1 Enterprise x64,Windows 8.1 Pro,Windows 8.1 Pro x64
Multimedia
Built-in speaker(s)Yes
Built-in cameraNo
TV tuner integratedNo
Number of speakers2
RMS rated power4 W

Reviews of ASUS ROG PG279Q

pokde.net
Reviewed on 2016-11-03
IPS panel, 144Hz refresh rate and can be overclock at 165Hz, Great color production, ULMB and G-Sync ready, Great aesthetic design
Pricey, USB hub is quite difficult to access
Back in the day, buying a monitor was easy. Just find a monitor with the resolution you want and if it fits your budget, there you go. Your new display. Nowadays it's getting difficult in searching for the ideal monitor for you since there are lots of new...
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chip.com.my
Reviewed on 2016-04-05
Amazing visuals, Features
None
ASUS has been in the monitor space for quite some time now, and launching displays meant for hardcore gaming is something they're very familiar with as well. As gaming tech continues to grow, so does the company's desire to release the biggest and the bes...
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topnewreview.com
Reviewed on 2018-04-02
We're all familiar with CPU, GPU and memory overclocking, but over the last few years another PC component has been at the heart of a niche group of tweakers. It turns out that several very affordable Korean monitors are highly overclockable, with the abi...
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overclock3d.net
Reviewed on 2016-06-26
The ASUS ROG Swift range of monitors has delighted us in recent times, with a whole range of products from the super-wide, gorgeous and expensive PG378Q through 4K offerings and up to today's review of the PG279Q.As you might guess from the name this is a...
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tomshardware.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-22
Stable at 165Hz, GSync, Bright sharp picture, Saturated color, GamePlus, OSD joystick controller, Styling, Solid build quality
Significant light output reduction in ULMB mode, Calibration required for best image quality, Expensive
Asus turns to AU Optronics for an AHVA panel in the 27-inch size running at QHD resolution. Native refresh is 144Hz but an overclock option is incorporated into the OSD that allows rates up to 16...
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monitornerds.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-20
You can play a game on any monitor, but if you want it to look awesome and feel smooth, you are going to need a dedicated gaming display. Asus PG279Q tries to crown itself as the king in that category. But its price sets a high bar. This monitor makes its...
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t3me.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-06
Excellent design, Brilliant colors, Easy to use controls
Limited video inputs
Gaming monitors have steadily evolved from just being pricier displays. The Asus ROG Swift PG279Q is an example of a gaming monitor that takes your games to another level. Let's have a look.The PG279Q is a 27-inch gaming monitor that comes with a 2560 x 1...
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hothardware.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-29
High Refresh Rates, Great Looks, IPS Panel, G-SYNC Support, Multiple Inputs, Physical Buttons For OSD, Thin Bezel
Price Premium, 165Hz G-SYNC Requires GTX 960 Or Better
Thanks to the emergence of NVIDIA's G-SYNC, AMD's FreeSync, i.e Adaptive Sync, 4K resolutions and various other display technologies, we've had the pleasure of evaluating a number of new monitors recently. One of our favorites from this past year was the...
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pcper.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-23
The PG278Q was easily the best G-Sync monitor on the market for quite a long time. It offered performance, features and quality that very few other monitors could match, and it did it all while including support for NVIDIA's G-Sync variable refresh rate t...
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tweaktown.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-23
I think most gamers will remember when ASUS released their ROG Swift PG278Q, as it was the best gaming monitor (by far) at the time. It had a native resolution of 2560x1440 when most gaming monitors were still hitting the 1920x1080 ceiling - and a huge 14...
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