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Old 11-01-20, 03:38 PM
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ASUS' ROG Swift PG43UQ delivers 4K 144Hz support with DisplayHDR 1000

This is the power of DisplayPort 1.4 with DSC.



Read more about ASUS' ROG Swift PG43UQ 4K 144Hz monitor.

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Old 11-01-20, 05:17 PM
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Almost

Far from perfect but good enough. Any chance of a smaller model 32-38 inch?
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Impressive!

I really would like to see a comparison of graphic quality between 120hz vs 144hz. Basically no compression vs compression (since DP1.4 can do 120hz without compression of any kind).
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Old 11-01-20, 06:43 PM
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This seems nice. Too bad it a bit too big for my monitor taste. 32* would be gold though.
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Agreed. 32inch at most personally.
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Old 12-01-20, 01:06 PM
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Impressive!

I really would like to see a comparison of graphic quality between 120hz vs 144hz. Basically no compression vs compression (since DP1.4 can do 120hz without compression of any kind).

4k 120hz? how is possible? i have the philips momentum 43" with dp1.4 and i can do 4k 60hz 10bit 444, if i do 75hz i can use only 8bit...of course i can do 75hz 10bit if i choose 1440p.
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4k 120hz? how is possible? i have the philips momentum 43" with dp1.4 and i can do 4k 60hz 10bit 444, if i do 75hz i can use only 8bit...of course i can do 75hz 10bit if i choose 1440p.

The Phillips Momentum only has a 60Hz panel, This monitor has a native refresh rate of 120Hz.
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The Phillips Momentum only has a 60Hz panel, This monitor has a native refresh rate of 120Hz.
In addition to this it's a native 8bit Panel. FRC is just a hardware technique that makes it look like 10bit.
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The Phillips Momentum only has a 60Hz panel, This monitor has a native refresh rate of 120Hz.

yes but do accept until the 75hz, and the dp1.4 is the same.
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Dp 1.4 can do 4k 120hz dude.
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