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Old 16-02-16, 10:56 AM
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ASUS Unveils the MG28UQ 4K FreeSync Monitor

ASUS has unveiled their new MG28UQ 4K FreeSync Monitor, which offers 10-bit colour an ultra fast TN panel and a defined FreeSync Range of 40-60Hz.



Read more on ASUS' MG28UQ 4K FreeSync display.

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Old 16-02-16, 12:00 PM
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Hehe so pointless having freesync support within that range.
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Old 16-02-16, 12:09 PM
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Hehe so pointless having freesync support within that range.
I wouldn't say pointless, it is much better than constantly dipping below 60. you can easily get games set up to work within that range. Set the framerate cap at 60 and have you settings so the min at is at or over 40.

Yeah 30-60 would be better, but remember that other manufacturers do not tell you the range. Other manufacturers could have a lower range for all they tell us.
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10 bit panel, why, the only cards that put out 10 bit are workstation cards, which yeah for gaming is pointless.
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Seems like 28" might be a little to small for 4k no?
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Seems like 28" might be a little to small for 4k no?
I think so, 32" 4k looks much better. It's a very odd set of features really.

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Seems like 28" might be a little to small for 4k no?
It is IMO. After using a 28" 4K screen for a few months now, I definitely wish I had gone bigger. It's not *awful* or anything, but 40" would have been better for sure.
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Ya seems like most would agree with me then. I like the 28" size but probably more suited to 1440p. Eh oh well
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