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ASUS presents its new ROG Strix XG27UCS with 4K resolution

ASUS presented its new ROG Strix XG27UCS monitor yesterday, which offers a number of highlights for gamers. With 160 Hz and a 4K resolution, it is definitely a possible purchase option for gamers.

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But very slowly. What do you expect explicitly with this new monitor? The monitor is 27 inches in size and measures 3840 x 2160. As already mentioned, you can expect 160 Hz in 4K resolution. Thanks to ASUS Fast IPS technology, there should be a response time of 1 ms. In addition, Extreme Low Motion Blur Sync (ELMB SYNC) technology will enable ELMB together with the connection of a variable refresh rate, which prevents ghosting and tearing for a sharp gaming display with high refresh rates. It also has a 95% DCI-P3 color gamut with a verified DisplayHDR of 400 and ASUS grayscale tracking technology makes it possible to maintain color gradation and uniformity.

Anyone who thinks that’s all there is to it is mistaken. There are still some interesting features that the monitor offers. NVIDIA’s G-Sync, AMD’s FreeSync and Variable Overdrive 2.0 are all on board, but AI is also involved and this monitor features the new GamePlus technology, which offers some exciting features. This technology enables the AI to analyze the monitor and the scene on the screen in real time and adjusts the GamePlus crosshair to improve aiming accuracy. In addition, Dynamic Shadow Boost brightens dark areas without overexposing bright areas. This definitely gives you a clear advantage in games that tend to be a little darker.

Finally, we come to the connections. The product has 1x USB-C, 1x DisplayPort 1.4, 1x HDMI (v2.1) and a headphone jack. This means you are not limited to using either HDMI or DisplayPort. What is also definitely worth mentioning is that the monitor holder has a cell phone slot. This gives you the option of placing your cell phone under your monitor. The price is 699 euros RRP, but you can get the monitor for considerably less. For example, it is listed in the Asus online store for 566.99 euros.

Source: ASUS

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Homerclon

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Früher waren die Hersteller damit böse auf die Schnauze gefallen (Imageschaden), und mussten es nachträglich wieder aus ihren Produkten entfernen.
Heute interessiert es scheinbar niemanden mehr, das Cheat-Modi in Firmware und Treiber integriert werden.

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JoeyTai

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Ich finde diesen ganzen Cheat Kram wirklich ätzend und leider haben sich die Zeiten wohl geändert was den common sense betrifft.

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