ASUS ROG Strix XG32VQR is finally available in Italy at the list price of 649 euros (VAT included) even if it is already possible to find it on Amazon for around 580 euros. This gaming monitor has a set of features that make the gaming experience more engaging, ensuring better, smoother and flawless images. The 31.5-inch panel also has a QWHD resolution (2560 x 1440 pixels), a 144Hz refresh rate, FreeSync 2 HDR technology with 1800R curvature and a 4ms response time.

The first generation of AMD FreeSync introduced the variable refresh rate in order to eliminate the graphic artifacts caused by the continuous process of turning vertical sync on and off (v-sync). In fact, this technology synchronizes the refresh rate of the display with the frames developed by the graphics cards, provided that it is possible to sustain a high frame rate.


Compared to the previous generation, FreeSync 2 HDR ensures smoother gameplay even at lower frame rates using AMD LFC (Low Framerate Compensation) technology. A specific algorithm monitors performance and dynamically adds frames to the visualization to keep it flowing even when v-sync may not work at its best. LFC is a perfect solution, especially when operating at high resolutions. The refresh rate between 48 and 144Hz of the ROG Strix monitors is the ideal solution for gaming enthusiasts, because it is able to take full advantage of AMD FreeSync technology especially when used in combination with Radeon RX graphics cards. Not only that, the FreeSyn HDR version allows you to activate HDR display with compatible games and to take full advantage of the professional level gamut of the panel, eliminating the additional color management operations and, consequently, also the latencies.

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ROG Strix XG32VQR is also optimized to minimize lag from video sources. The delay between the input signal and the actual display on the panel is typical of monitors and TVs that have to process a large amount of image data in the background. By optimizing the processing sequence, ASUS GameFast Input technology solves the problem, allows players to be faster, reacting faster to what they see on the display.

Obviously there is GamePlus technology, exclusive to ASUS, with which you can take advantage of a series of useful tools superimposed on images. For example, a viewfinder can be displayed to improve accuracy in first person shooters (FPS), a timer or the indication of the frame rate in real time.


ASUS Strix XG32VQR is VESA DisplayHDR 400 certified, ensuring 8-bit color depth image reproduction and a brightness of 450 cd / m2 so as to allow a rich and accurate display of HDR effects. Punctual management of brightness variation is a factor that plays a crucial role in the VESA DisplayHDR standard. Instead of a modular LED matrix, ROG monitors use proprietary backlight management to ensure the best HDR performance. In addition, all monitors in the ASUS ROG series are subjected to careful brightness tests before being placed on the market. In addition, the 94% DCI-P3 gamut guarantees the highest color quality.

Other technologies distinguish ASUS Strix XG32VQR, starting from the opaque panel treatment to avoid annoying reflections and maximize visual comfort, reducing eye strain even after long use, also thanks to ASUS Eyecare technology certified by TÜV Rheinland

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