ASUS ROG Swift PG35VQ
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Based on 88 reviews

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  • Great for gaming
  • Fast refresh rate
  • Strong color numbers to back up its fast performance
  • PG35VQ earns an Editors' Choice

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Asus ROG Swift PG35VQ Review
If you've got the bucks, the Asus ROG Swift PG35VQ is an awesome goal to aspire to. If you have the money to spend on the ultimate ultrawide gaming monitor, the Asus ROG Swift PG35VQ has the features, the power, and the prowess to sit atop the segment for the foreseeable future. Sign up for Lab Report to get the latest reviews and top product advice delivered right to your inbox
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Chris Stobing
3 months ago
pcmag.com
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Pretty annoying if you are noise sensitive like i am. After turning the monitor off it takes a lot of time until the fan stops. Dont know why they needed to do this but if you have the monitor in the room you sleep in it can be a huge pain in the ass. Now to the Asus.
This bozo likes the monitor.
I’m not sure if I’m qualified to review this monitor. The problem I have is lack of experience. The people that are writing reviews on this monitor on Amazon and other places must have a ton of money so that they can do comparisons between all the different monitors and tell you why this one sucks. ...
5/5
Brett
3 years ago
amazon.com
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Kinda a forced ascension due to my monitor breaking and my Odyssey G9 preorder getting canceled. I pulled the trigger on the Asus PG35vq, I honestly was expecting to return this monitor within 30 days and get the Samsung...but ZOMG I can’t unsee FALD and HDR 1000. Holy shit guys, I’m in love with OLED (have two lgs) so when people said this nearly matches it, I was ready to call bullshit.
Now the BAD, dont buy this monitor for HDR, its garbage, i advise to never value any monitor for HDR if its not 1000, or above and as enough local dimming. HDR 400, HDR 600, its garbage you better play in normal mode. The Asus rog swift pg27uq as decent HDR, you can notice a big improvement. That is all, and sry for my English, its my 3rd language and I'm still learning it yet.
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CVkiller2019
reddit.com/r/Monitors
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Bad:. \- The monitor only comes with a 6' DP cable so I had to purchase a 1080p 360hz certified 10' DP cable to reach my PC. Maybe:. \- I spend $700 on my Asus Rog Swift PG278Q 1440p Gsync monitor back in 2014 and $800 for my AW UltraWide a few years ago.
Apparently some [obscene amount of] money CAN buy a do-everything monitor...
So before I begin, I represent the unfortunate crossroads of that guy that wants a single monitor that does *everything* well. First of all, I game (quite a bit), and want a monitor that games well (low input lag, fast refresh, and hey, HDR would be nice these days). If it stopped there, I'd be in l...
5/5
Kevin Whitley
2 years ago
amazon.com
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My new desk
Awesome desk! Now time to buy that Asus Swift PG35VQ
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Asus PG35VQ Review, The Great Wallet Destroying 200Hz HDR Ultrawide Monitor
in the HDR mode, superb HDR, brightness levels decent out of the box calibration with support for both srgb and wide gamut modes. A great array of OST features very good uniformly and an adjustable stand when looking across all areas of this monitor it has to be the best I've tested and the best on the market. Today, it combines a high resolution, that's well suited to gaming with a top-end refresh rate and throws in true HDR performance into the mix with few issues and performance to back it up it's better than the 27 inch 4k 144 Hertz chasing ultimate monitors
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Hardware Unboxed
3 months ago
youtube.com
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Neo G9 owners who played the panel lottery; how did it go? Were you able to find a "perfect" panel (no scanlines / FALD grid)?
1007.3 SDR content and came from Asus PG35VQ. Haven’t noticed any issues, very happy

Specs

Display Type

LED-backlit LCD monitor / TFT active matrix

Energy Class

Class B

Energy Consumption per Year

93 kWh

Diagonal Size

35"