|Audio/Video Features||Color Temperature Selection: 4 Modes|
|Color Support||16.7M 100%(sRGB) Saturation Flicker-free|
|Connectivity||HDMI: Yes -(v2.0)(v1.4) Display Port: Yes USB Port(s): 3.0x2, 1 x upstream Audio Jack: 3.5mm Mini-Jack|
|Contrast Ratio||2500 :1|
|Display Type||Ultra-wide Screen Panel Type: VA|
|Power||Power Consumption: Power Consumption: <43W* Power Saving Mode: <0.5W Power Off Mode: <0.5W Others: Voltage : 100-240V, 50 / 60Hz|
ASUS ROG Strix XG35VQ 35 inch Curved Gaming Monitor
This 35-inch UWQHD (3440x1440) 1800R curved gaming monitor has fast 100Hz refresh rate designed for professional gamers and immersive gameplay. It is also featured with ASUS Extreme Low Motion Blur (ELMB) Technology with 1ms MPRT to further reduce ghosting and motion blur to increase gaming experience. This flicker free monitor has adaptive-sync (FreeSync™) feature.
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On the special note ROG Strix XG Series gaming monitors feature ASUS Aura Sync lighting on the back and a customizable light signature projection for gaming-inspired aesthetics. This impressive curved display ensures extremely fluid gameplay without tearing and stuttering. Its ASUS Aura Sync lighting that allows for seamless synchronization with other Aura-enabled components and peripherals, adding personality to your gaming setup. Moreover, it is featured with ergonomically designed stand to offer extensive swivel, tilt, and height adjustment for ultimate comfort.
ASUS ROG Strix XG35VQ Monitor Review
In the madness that is the current PC monitor market, it’s hard to know what matters. There are so many options, so many technologies and features to choose from.
That’s especially true when it comes to gaming panels. Do you need 144Hz refresh, maybe even 240Hz? Is adaptive sync essential and if so is it G-Sync or FreeSync you should be aiming for? Is HDR a must-have feature? And what about size, aspect ratio, resolution and curvature? There’s a heck of a lot to take into account, that’s for sure.
In that context, Asus’s ROG Strix XG35VQ has its work cut out. It isn’t the biggest and boldest gaming monitor you can get, measuring 35 inches across. It’s not the highest resolution gaming panel you can buy at 3,440 by 1,440 pixels, nor the highest refresh at 100Hz. It’s not HDR certified. Asus’s own ROG Swift PG27UQ and Acer’s Predator X27, for instance, combine 4K with 144Hz and HDR,.
Instead, Asus would likely argue, it concentrates on the things that really matter for gaming and puts them in a high quality package. Think of it as the modern gaming monitor distilled down to its most important essentials and you’ll have a decent idea of what the Asus ROG Strix XG35VQ offers as a proposition. The problem is that it does that at a hefty price. But does it actually deliver?
While not an HDR certified monitor, the immediate visual impact of the Asus ROG Strix XG35VQ is at least on a par with the lower end of the HDR spectrum, for instance panels with DisplayHDR 400 certification.
The 35-inch VA panel helps with that thanks to strong inherent contrast and punchy, saturated colors.
In pure accuracy terms, of course, we’ve seen better than the XG35VQ. At default factory calibration, there’s some evidence of compression in both black and white scales. The viewing angles won’t scare the best IPS rather than VA-based monitors, either.
Those niggles have relatively little impact in the real world, however, be that gaming or working in Windows. Indeed, in subjective terms the XG35VQ’s 100Hz refresh gives you most of that characteristically slick and smooth experience that’s commonly associated with 144Hz and faster panels. Yes, it is possible to tell the difference, subjectively speaking, between 100Hz and 144Hz, but it’s a relatively subtle distinction.
As for response, Asus has coded five levels of pixel overdrive into the XG35VQ’s neat and accessible OSD menu. Ramp the overdrive right up and a little ugly inverse ghosting is visible. Set it around half way and the result is a quick and responsive panel, especially given the VA underpinnings.
For the record, the XG35VQ’s FreeSync functionality worked straight out of the box with our Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080-powered test rig, which is great to see and is much more appealing that the previous state of affairs where adaptive refresh was locked to one or other GPU vendor.
Work all that together with the 1800r curvature and 35-inch proportions and you have a pretty hot gaming panel. It’s fast, it’s smooth and it looks punchy.
Asus has, of course, bequeathed the XG35VQ with oodles of image presets, few of which most users will sample. That said, the sRGB preset could come in handy for anyone planning on dual-purposing this monitor and not only playing games but also doing something resembling serious content creation.
With that in mind, the 3,440 by 1,440 resolution is a reasonable compromise. It means a middle-to-upper tier graphics card, like an Nvidia Geforce GTX 1070 or an RTX 2060 will be able to make the most of that 100Hz refresh while also allowing for a reasonable amount of desktop working space.
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