Asus VG279Q 27in Widescreen Full HD 144Hz Gaming IPS LED LCD w/ FreeSync, HAS

MX74891 VG279Q 27in Widescreen Full HD 144Hz Gaming IPS LED LCD w/ FreeSync, HAS
MX74891 VG279Q 27in Widescreen Full HD 144Hz Gaming IPS LED LCD w/ FreeSync, HAS MX74891 VG279Q 27in Widescreen Full HD 144Hz Gaming IPS LED LCD w/ FreeSync, HAS MX74891 VG279Q 27in Widescreen Full HD 144Hz Gaming IPS LED LCD w/ FreeSync, HAS MX74891 VG279Q 27in Widescreen Full HD 144Hz Gaming IPS LED LCD w/ FreeSync, HAS

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Average Rating: 4.0 / 5 With 3 Customer Reviews

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Friday, October 04, 2019
By: Meek
From: Winnipeg

BEST IPS 1080P 144Hz monitor out there

Strengths:

Great response time. Racing mode is the best mode for colour reproduction and overall usage. After calibration, was able to get pretty much at 100% sRGB range. Minimal ghosting and blur with Racing mode set to 60 Trace Free. Ergonomics are great as well.

Additional Comments:

Easily the best 1080P 144Hz 27inch monitor out there. Period.
Thursday, August 22, 2019
By: Alistair
From: Victoria

Best 1080p Gaming Monitor. IPS! Amazing Stand.

Strengths:

Best 1080p gaming monitor. IPS! Amazing fully adjustable stand. Built in speakers. I strongly disagree with the other review. This monitor has an "sRGB" preset mode that is spot on, if a tiny bit warm. That can easily be adjusted in Windows by typing "calibrate" into the start menu and lowering the red a bit to get perfect greys. Response rate is excellent, and there is no blurring or ghosting issues. The only reason I can think of the other review had issues, is perhaps he mistakenly used the "fastest" OC setting.

Additional Comments:

Just like with TN, NEVER use the fastest OD setting, leave it on the fast setting. The fastest setting is to achieve the claimed "1ms" times which are bogus, just like with TN, there is no monitor that actually works properly at 1ms. BOTH IPS AND TN run at 3-5ms for grey to grey with "fast" OD enabled.
Monday, June 03, 2019
By: Johan
From: Calgary

Lots of motion blur, not recommended for FPS gaming

Strengths:

The specs on paper

Weaknesses:

Horrible out-of-the-box calibration looks washed out and pale. Panning in an FPS game results in a huge amount of motion blur, making the screen look even more washed out and white-ish mid pan. Difficult to see detail while panning in FPS games, making aiming very difficult.

Additional Comments:

IPS + 144hz just doesn't work. 1ms MPRT doesn't refresh the image quick enough to actually achieve 144 frames per second.
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