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1920 x 1080
- DVI-D Dual-Link
170° H x 160° V
- 59 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build 2700X RTX 2080 | MrGreen
Has served me well with my laptop, and is serving me well with my current rig. Plan to upgrade to the MG278Q and keep this as a secondary.
You can forget about overclocking the refresh rate on these. and if you try you might end up damaging the panel. Couldn't handle a +5hz OC, disappointing.
- 22 points
- 19 months ago
from completed build Gunpowder & Lead
I got this to replace my BenQ RL3455HM that was going wonky and needed to be RMAd. I didn't want to be without a monitor while I sent it back so I will save the replacement for the next build. The BenQ doesn't even compare to this masterpiece, though. I love it. Colors look great, it's bright, and the slim bezels are a nice touch.
- 15 points
- 13 months ago
from completed build JESSMACHINE 3.0
Awesome monitor for the price once you get done tweaking the picture and kicking up the refresh rate (only DVI or DisplayPort will allow for 144Hz). Included speakers are garbage, but that's par for the course with almost any monitor.
- 8 points
- 11 months ago
from completed build My Build - First ever
Moniter looks good but colours are a little washed on first power up. After a little calibration, they're good. love the 144hz
- 6 points
- 20 months ago
from completed build Mystic
Amazing monitor. Some people have complained about the coloring but all you have to do it change the mode in the monitors settings.
- 4 points
- 17 months ago
from completed build My First Build
Loving it so far. Tons of features and customization. The FPS counter is super inaccurate but I doubt that anyone would use it anyway.
- 4 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build Shadow Killer
Love this monitor, 60HZ to 144 is a huge transition. Cable management, display settings, and monitor stand adjustment are all of great quality.
- 4 points
- 22 days ago
from completed build Summer Ryzen/RTX Gaming/Editing Build
I looked for a while for a 1080p 144hz monitor and settled on the ASUS VG278Q. I wasn't originally looking for a 27", but it was on sale and I couldn't give it up. Wow, this monitor is awesome! Colors need a little bit of adjusting out of the box - check online for some different configurations that you can try out for yourself. The monitor does run a little on the bright side, but at night I change it to my dimmer profile with a little bit of bluelight and it runs awesome. I never find myself having strained eyes, even after long sessions. It also has support for NVIDIA's G-SYNC, and at a much smaller price point than other G-Sync monitors.
On top of it, it looks nice too! It's not super flashy, but it's clean and the screen is awesome. Lots of adjustment for the monitor stand, which is awesome - it goes very high, and down to about an inch off of the desk. No complaints - I wish I had bought the 1440p version knowing my GPU can handle it, but the 1080p still looks great! And you can barely beat the price! ASUS has a good reputation for their monitors, and I'm glad I bought one.