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Hey all! Shannon is back to take a look at one of the latest monitors from ASUS, the TUF Gaming VG27AQ. Joining her, we have Greg Checchi from ASUS to help her delve into the nitty-gritty details.

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40 thoughts on “Taking a Look at the ASUS TUF Gaming VG27AQ Monitor

  1. No matter how much they market LCDs the ghosting and pixel lag is noticable if you played on a CRT monitor. If it's a TN panel with better pixel lag then you have outrageous picture quality. OLED is the future, or similar tech. LCD is subpar as always was.

  2. I hate NVidia after she did what she did with NVidia games, and even more on the beta list that never comes to me. JOY OF POOR HARD LITTLE

  3. Finally a possible replacement for the pg279q

    A shame the contrast ratio sucks for HDR but be nice to get a decent colour gamut. Hopefully 95 dci-p3

  4. I mean this monitor is amazing but why tf does Gsync does not work with AMD gpus while freesync which is superior works with both nvidia and AMD huge turnoff

  5. I recently purchased this monitor, after trying multiple competitors this monitor blew me away with it's quality and g-sync is such a blessing. Do recommend

  6. What is the point of buying a monitor with low motion blur if you can just disable motion blur at settings….🤦‍♂️

  7. make sure the price of the low end GPU;s wil hit 600 dollar and the mid range 1000+ and 2080ti should be 4000 dollar
    Ngreedia

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