ASUS Now Has Two 4K 144 Hz Monitors in the ROG Range, PG43UQ and XG27UQ

The PG43UQ is an additional monitor that ASUS revealed at CES 2020 this year.

This is a new model inaddition to the already-released XG27UQ gaming monitor. The first, belonging to the ROG Swift range is a 43-inch 4K monitor while the other is part of the ROG Strix range, giving gamers 4K on a 27-inch display.

Perhaps the biggest news it eh PG43UQ, and as the press release states, the display plans to deliver no-compromise 144 Hz 4K gaming. It has VESA DisplayHDR 1000 certification and packs a 1ms MPRT response rate into the VA panel at 144 Hz. It also has support for NVIDIA G-SYNC too.

The XG27UQ, on the other hand, is more of a regular-sized monitor for your desk. It comes in at 27-inches and packs a 3840×2160 4K resolution into the display at 144 Hz. It runs on an IPS panel and offers the same 1ms MPRT response time as the other monitor released.

New: ASUS ROG Swift PG43UQ

  • 43-inch VA Display
  • 3840×2160 at 144 Hz
  • 1ms MPRT
  • NVIDIA G-SYNC Native

Existing: ASUS ROG Strix XG27UQ

  • 27-inch IPS Display
  • 3840×2160 at 144 Hz
  • 1ms MPRT
  • AMD FreeSync and NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible