In the past CES, Asus announced its monitor to play 43-inch XG438Q, with 4K resolution, refresh rates of up to 120 Hz and support for FreeSync 2; a large screen with great specifications at the height of Nvidia BFGD large format monitors, but for a lower cost. Now, the company has revealed more information about this panel, confirming that it exceeds the requirements of the DisplayHDR 600 standard with 750 nits brightness peaks, has an anti-glare surface and has what it calls “Gamefast Input Technology” to avoid delays in the input.
As we said above, it complies with the FreeSync 2 HDR standard, and has a variable refresh rate of between 48 and 120 Hz, which is enough to benefit from the compensation technology of Low frame rates. In terms of connections, it has three HDMI 2.0 inputs and a DisplayPort 1.4, so it can be used with both PCs and consoles or home entertainment systems.
You are expected to use a VA panel with levels 10-bit HDR, 750 nits of brightness, local dimming and covering 90% of the DCI-P3 color range. It will have three different HDR modes: SUS Cinema HDR, ASUS Gaming HDR and FreeSync 2 HDR. It is likely that, on the other hand, it will end up adding to the list of monitors compatible with Nvidia’s hardware, but it is soon to say so. You can see more details on the official Asus website.