At CES 2020, we’re excited to show off the ROG Swift PG32UQX, the ultimate Mini LED 4K high-dynamic-range (HDR) gaming display. The PG32UQX features variable refresh rates up to 144Hz and 10-bit color support in the refresh rate range, ensuring that your games, videos, and desktop apps still look their best. With NVIDIA G-SYNC help, you’ll be able to play without tearing. The ROG Swift PG32UQX, the ultimate Mini LED 4K high-dynamic-range (HDR) gaming monitor, will be on display at CES 2020. The PG32UQX supports 10-bit color and variable refresh speeds up to 144Hz, ensuring that your sports, images, and web applications look their best. You’ll be able to play without tearing thanks to NVIDIA G-SYNC.
The ROG Swift PG32UQX offers the most delectable HDR feast of every 16:9 view to date. The PG32UQX will view the brightest highlights and darkest blacks of a scene with amazing contrast and limited haloing thanks to a full-array local dimming Mini LED backlight with 1152 areas. On this display, small highlights in sports, such as light bulbs or the sun’s disc, will achieve peak brightness of up to 1400 nits, giving you a more lifelike HDR experience than ever before. And, since parts of the mini LED backlight can be turned off if desired, you’ll get some of the darkest shadows possible when the scene demands it.
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Performance meets Practicality
A monitor must demonstrate that it can view the huge DCI P3 color gamut, achieve 1000 nits of peak brightness or better, and use a cutting-edge full-array local-dimming backlight to be G-SYNC ULTIMATE rated. The PG32UQX quickly clears the bar for entry into this el with its support for over 90% of the DCI-P3 color space, 1400-nit peak brightness specification, and 1152-zone Mini LED backlight.
You don’t want to leave any doubt that you’re the king of the hill when you place the ultimate gaming display on your desk, and the PG32UQX doesn’t disappoint in that regard. A discreet diagonal chrome strip separates several textures on the back of the panel, signalling that this monitor isn’t your ordinary screen.