Friday, March 4th 2022

ASUS Intros ROG Swift PG329Q-W Monitor

ASUS today introduced the ROG Swift PG329Q-W gaming monitor. Essentially a white-body variant of the ROG Swift PG329Q, its design sees matte-white take up must of the back body panel with matte-aluminium accents—a diagonal strip and another one around the pivot. The stand has the same 2-tone finish. At the front, you see matte-white only take up the bottom bezel. The screen is still framed in a thin black bezel.

The ROG Swift PG329Q-W is a 32-inch planar monitor with a Fast IPS display panel. It offers WQHD (2560 x 1440 pixels) resolution, 175 Hz refresh-rate, 1 ms (GTG) response time, and technologies such as ELMB Sync, NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible, and DisplayHDR 600. You also get ASUS innovations such as Shadow Boost, Game Visual (game genre-optimized display presets), Game Plus (OSD crosshair, timer, and FPS counter. Display inputs include one DisplayPort 1.2a, and two HDMI 2.0 ports. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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16 Comments on ASUS Intros ROG Swift PG329Q-W Monitor

#1
Kovoet
They are not that bad Asus monitor's.
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#2
wolar
Thats exactly what i am searching to buy, the only option was from gigabyte currently and one from LG (the gigabyte seems better).
Gigabyte does have KVM switch inside which is a + but thats a ~30euro purchase so not that much of a deal.
I am more interested in that motion blur reduction and how well it works of ASUS (also its price)
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#3
Garrus
wolarThats exactly what i am searching to buy, the only option was from gigabyte currently and one from LG (the gigabyte seems better).
Gigabyte does have KVM switch inside which is a + but thats a ~30euro purchase so not that much of a deal.
I am more interested in that motion blur reduction and how well it works of ASUS (also its price)
The Asus one is the best, period. But it is $700. You can buy the LG monitor for as low as $400 and at that price it beats the Gigabyte one imo, and the Asus one. The Bestbuy 83-B model I bought at Bestbuy for $380. If you can't get the LG for cheaper the Gigabyte one is a good budget option.

My wealthy brother bought the Asus one, I bought the LG one, we are both happy. I think the LG one came with more accurate colours out of box. The Asus one is so expensive you could buy 4k instead.
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#4
Turmania
Do these white peripherals get yellowish over time? or they found a way to fix that?
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#5
The Quim Reaper
The company didn't reveal pricing.
...If you have to ask.
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#6
DeathtoGnomes
The up the price for a bit of decoration on the back of the monitor.

You'd only see it when it makes the trip from the box to the desktop. :shadedshu:
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#7
CrAsHnBuRnXp
DeathtoGnomesThe up the price for a bit of decoration on the back of the monitor.

You'd only see it when it makes the trip from the box to the desktop. :shadedshu:
Assuming the back of the monitor is staring at a wall.
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#8
Udyr
DeathtoGnomesThe up the price for a bit of decoration on the back of the monitor.

You'd only see it when it makes the trip from the box to the desktop. :shadedshu:
...and when you do the cleaning, you dirty peasant!
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#9
BorisDG
Terrible monitors... or their choice of panel. They put like 90% of the time the crappiest brand - AUO which has been proven (even from my own experience) with a lot of pixel defects or dust/debris under the screen.

I bought like 1 year ago XG279Q with AUO panel and 1 pixel died for ~1-2 months of use... there is dust on spot also the "partial stuck sub pixel" defect (clusters) which is described in all major/popular forums/reddits for monitors like "star light effect". Everyone approves that AUO is the WORST brand for LCD in terms of QC.

I was so pissed off that I bought Dell Alienware AW2721D with LG panel and has ZERO panel defects!
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#10
Tomorrow
TurmaniaDo these white peripherals get yellowish over time? or they found a way to fix that?
This. That is why i avoid white in my tech. Plus sometimes two producs that are white are different shades so they dont mix very well.
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#11
Tigger
I'm the only one
BorisDGTerrible monitors... or their choice of panel. They put like 90% of the time the crappiest brand - AUO which has been proven (even from my own experience) with a lot of pixel defects or dust/debris under the screen.

I bought like 1 year ago XG279Q with AUO panel and 1 pixel died for ~1-2 months of use... there is dust on spot also the "partial stuck sub pixel" defect (clusters) which is described in all major/popular forums/reddits for monitors like "star light effect". Everyone approves that AUO is the WORST brand for LCD in terms of QC.

I was so pissed off that I bought Dell Alienware AW2721D with LG panel and has ZERO panel defects!
LG panels are the best imo
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#12
BorisDG
TiggerLG panels are the best imo
They are. QC is years ahead of AUO panels used in 95% of ASUS/Acer/MSI monitors. I had even Nintendo Switch with AUO panel and had stuck pixels... while other with JDI or InnoLux - 0 issues.
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#13
Jhart1228
Udyr...and when you do the cleaning, you dirty peasant!
Vlad! Don't you dare talk to my cousin that way!
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#15
Tartaros
TurmaniaDo these white peripherals get yellowish over time? or they found a way to fix that?
That doesn't really happen anymore if the fire retardant chosen its a modern one, which probably is being used here because why you wouldn't in a premium product in 2022. Also, that is reversible with hydrogen peroxide treatment.

And I'm sure there will be a black version too, I rather have a black one because of my preferences.
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