ASUS ROG Strix XG32VC Gaming Monitor officially Launched -A curve Display with Free Premium Sync

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Finding a monitor that perfectly suits your need is a far dream. But, Asus is gonna provide you the dream. Asus silently brings out the ROG Strix XG32VC on the official Website. The monitor is 32 inches QHD gaming monitor.

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Specifications of Asus ROG Strix XG32VC

  • VA Panel resolution of 2560 X 1440p
  • Contrast ratios 3000:1
  • DisplayHDR400 certified
  • 1800R curve

Gamut has a rating of 125% for the Srgb scale or 90% of DCI-P3. The scale isn’t enough for video editors, the quench of gaming fans through the monitor will be granted. You’ll be amazed to distinguish between the ROG Strix XG32VC and the other gaming-specific monitors.

It features a 10-bit panel emitting gradients devoid of Banding color. To give more into the ROG brand making it more gaming particular, the XG32VC has beautiful gaming software. The model comes with 1 ms MPRT responding with a 170Hzrefreshing.

ASUS ROG Strix XG32VC

Free sync Premium

The Gamut processes FreeSync Premium. The Free Sync Premium gives away -5 ° to 20° tilt, -25° to 25° rotation, and 100mm length alterations to name a few. With a default 48Hz refresh with a monitor going viral, the Nvidia G-Sync is on.

Connectivity features are

  • HDMI Connector
  • DisplayPort
  • USB-C
  • Integrated Two-port USB Hub

What do we know more

The gamut has 1.0737 billion colors. The visuals are at an angle of 178° vertically or horizontally panel which is wide will provide immersion soothing to the eye. With VA Tech the visual is giving a stable ratio of 3000:1.

The monitor has cons with no local dimming feature. The 1800 curve is there which is smooth. The pricing isn’t out for interested buyers.

The retailer Alternate gives away the XG32VC Asus to be €569 in Europe. The pricing is a little high on the cliff for the limited specifications. The belief is Asus should give out panels on quality so working will be smooth.

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