27" Asus RoG Swift PG279Q Gaming-Monitore

Asus RoG Swift PG279Q hat eine Eingangsverzögerung von 9 ms, was unter den Mitbewerbern hervorragend ist. Für die durchschnittliche Antwortrate wird Asus RoG Swift PG279Q 5 ms bewertet, wodurch eine effektive Synchronisation mit der hohen Aktualisierungsrate sichergestellt wird. In Bezug auf die Pixeldichte hat das Asus RoG Swift PG279Q eine hervorragende Dichte von 109 Pixeln pro Zoll, was zu einer schärferen Text- und Bildqualität führt. Für die extrem schnellen Frameraten hat der Asus RoG Swift PG279Q eine maximale Bildwiederholfrequenz von 165 Hz, die ein flüssigeres Spiel ermöglicht. Das Monitorpanel hat gute Blickwinkel und bietet einen besseren Kontrast und bessere Farben als TN-Panels. Der Monitor verfügt über eine VESA-Halterung. Zum Ausgleich für grafisch anspruchsvolle Spiele verfügt das Asus RoG Swift PG279Q über eine sehr gute adaptive Aktualisierungsrate im unteren Bereich von 30 Hz, die sich an niedrigere Bildfrequenzabfälle anpassen kann. Das Asus RoG Swift PG279Q verfügt über den Display-Anschluss. Dies ist für die Zusammenarbeit von NVIDIA-Karten mit AMD FreeSync unerlässlich. Für die Farbqualität von Grafiken hat das Asus RoG Swift PG279Q eine hervorragende Farbtiefe von 8 Bit, was zu gleichmäßigeren Verläufen und genaueren Farben führt. Es ist erwähnenswert, dass der Asus RoG Swift PG279Q ein relativ alter Monitor ist. Die minimale Antwortrate von Asus RoG Swift PG279Q beträgt 4 ms, was zu Ghosting-Effekten führen kann. Ohne die AMD FreeSync-Unterstützung ist dieser Monitor nicht mit AMD-Grafikkarten kompatibel. Die Helligkeit von Asus RoG Swift PG279Q ist niedriger als bei anderen Monitoren. Der Monitor hat ein unscheinbares Kontrastverhältnis von 1000 : 1.

 27" Asus RoG Swift PG279Q  Gaming-Monitore
Marke Asus
Jahr 2015
Modell RoG Swift PG279Q
Größe 27"
Minimale Aktualisierungsrate 30Hz
Maximale Aktualisierungsrate 165Hz
AMD FreeSync No
Maximale Auflösung 2560 x 1440
Panel-Typ AHVA IPS
Pixeldichte 109 ppi
Minimale Reaktionszeit 4ms
Durchschnittliche Antwortzeit 5ms
Gesamtantwort + Eingangsverzögerung 9ms
Maximale Helligkeit 350 cd/m^2
Preis € 485.9
VESA-Halterung Yes
Native Farbtiefe 8 bit
Statisches Kontrastverhältnis 1000 : 1
Display Port Yes
Gesamtkombination-Score 75.0/100 Sehr gut


27" Asus RoG Swift PG279Q 3D


27" Asus RoG Swift PG279Q Accessories

AccessoriesDisplayPort cable , HDMI cable USB 3.0 cable

27" Asus RoG Swift PG279Q Audio

Speakers2 x 2 W (watts)

27" Asus RoG Swift PG279Q Brand, series, model

ModelRoG Swift PG279Q
Model aliasPG279QZ

27" Asus RoG Swift PG279Q Camera


27" Asus RoG Swift PG279Q Certificates, standards and licenses

Certificates, standards and licensesBSMICBCCCCECEL level 1cTickCUErPENERGY STARFCC Class BJ-MOSSKCCPSERCMRoHSTÜV Low Blue LightTÜV Flicker-freeUL/cULVCIWEEEWHQL (Windows 8.1; Windows 7)

27" Asus RoG Swift PG279Q Connectivity

Connectivity2 x USB 3.0 (downstream) , 1 x USB 3.0 (upstream) , 1 x HDMI 1.4, 1 x DisplayPort 1.2, 1 x 3.5 mm Audio Out

27" Asus RoG Swift PG279Q Dimensions, weight and color

Depth65.98 mm (millimeters) 6.598 cm (centimeters) 2.5976 in (inches) 0.2165 ft (feet)
Depth with stand237.9 mm (millimeters) 23.79 cm (centimeters) 9.3661 in (inches) 0.7805 ft (feet)
Height362.96 mm (millimeters) 36.296 cm (centimeters) 14.2898 in (inches) 1.1908 ft (feet)
Height with stand552.53 mm (millimeters) 55.253 cm (centimeters) 21.7531 in (inches) 1.8128 ft (feet)
Weight with stand7 kg (kilograms) 15.43 lbs (pounds)
Width619.77 mm (millimeters) 61.977 cm (centimeters) 24.4004 in (inches) 2.0334 ft (feet)
Width with stand619.77 mm (millimeters) 61.977 cm (centimeters) 24.4004 in (inches) 2.0334 ft (feet)

27" Asus RoG Swift PG279Q Display

Adobe RGB (1998)68.1 % (percent)
Aspect ratio1.778:116:9
Average response time5 ms (milliseconds) 0.0050 s (seconds)
Brightness350 cd/m² (candela per square meter)
Colors16777216 colors 24 bits
Diagonal685.8 mm (millimeters) 68.58 cm (centimeters) 27 in (inches) 2.25 ft (feet)
Display area89.04 % (percent)
Height335.664 mm (millimeters) 33.5664 cm (centimeters) 13.2151 in (inches) 1.1013 ft (feet)
Horizontal viewing angle178 ° (degrees)
Input lag4 ms (milliseconds) 0.0040 s (seconds)
Maximum response time7 ms (milliseconds) 0.0070 s (seconds)
Minimum response time4 ms (milliseconds) 0.0040 s (seconds)
NTSC (1953)72 % (percent)
Panel bit depth8 bits
Panel manufacturerAU Optronics
Panel modelM270Q008 V0
Panel typeAHVA IPS
Pixel density109 ppi (pixels per inch) 42 ppcm (pixels per centimeter)
Pixel pitch0.233 mm (millimeters) 0.0233 cm (centimeters) 0.0092 in (inches) 0.0008 ft (feet)
Resolution2560 x 1440 pixels Quad HD (QHD) / 1440p
Size class27 in (inches)
Static contrast1000 : 1
Vertical viewing angle178 ° (degrees)
Width596.74 mm (millimeters) 59.674 cm (centimeters) 23.4937 in (inches) 1.9578 ft (feet)
sRGB100 % (percent)

27" Asus RoG Swift PG279Q Ergonomics

Backward tilt20 ° (degrees)
Forward tilt5 ° (degrees)
Forward/backward tiltYes
Height adjustmentYes
Height adjustment range120 mm (millimeters) 12 cm (centimeters) 4.7244 in (inches) 0.3937 ft (feet)
Landscape/portrait pivotYes
Left pivot0 ° (degrees)
Left swivel60 ° (degrees)
Left/right swivelYes
Removable standYes
Right pivot90 ° (degrees)
Right swivel60 ° (degrees)
VESA interface100 x 100 mm
VESA mountYes

27" Asus RoG Swift PG279Q Features

Features5-way OSD joystickGamePlus (Crosshair/Timer) HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) Refresh Rate Turbo keyTrace Free TechnologyFlicker-free technology, NVidia G-SYNC TechnologyUltra-low Blue Light

27" Asus RoG Swift PG279Q Frequencies

Horizontal frequency (digital)34 kHz - 209 kHz (kilohertz)
Vertical frequency (digital)30 Hz - 165 Hz (hertz)

27" Asus RoG Swift PG279Q Operating and storage conditions

Operating temperature0 °C - 40 °C (degrees Celsius) 32 °F - 104 °F (degrees Fahrenheit)
Storage temperature-20 °C - 60 °C (degrees Celsius) -4 °F - 140 °F (degrees Fahrenheit)

27" Asus RoG Swift PG279Q Power supply and consumption

110V100 V - 120 V (volts)
220V220 V - 240 V (volts)
Alternating current frequency50 Hz - 60 Hz (hertz)
Energy efficiency classC
Power consumption (average)40 W (watts)
Power consumption (maximum)90 W (watts)
Power consumption (off)0.5 W (watts)
Power consumption (sleep)0.5 W (watts)

27" Asus RoG Swift PG279Q Gaming-Monitore - List of Max Refresh Rate Compatible GPUs

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arborad 1 year ago
Question Asus ROG SWIFT PG279Q minimal and maximal dimensions

what is the maximum and minimum height of this monitor with the stand? From the table to the top of the monitor? I have a shelf above the monitor and I want it to fit under it.

thank you
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brennensandberg 1 year ago
Asus ROG Swift PG279Q Monitor 144Hz/165Hz Issue

My new Asus monitor arrived in the mail a couple of days ago. It seems to be in working condition, but I cannot get it to display anything higher than 85 Hz. I have been all over the Internet and I have not found any fix for this problem.

There seem to be some small bugs, and I am wondering if the monitor is simply defective. I sometimes log in to my computer and my Hz has gone from 85 to 24. I often don't have an option in Windows settings or in Nvidia settings to go to a higher setting. After messing around with the overclock settings and turning them off, options for up to 144Hz will appear. However, whenever I select 144Hz in the Windows settings and select that I want to keep the display changes and then close the window to go change the Nvidia settings to 144Hz, not only will the Nvidia settings not offer an option above 85Hz, but when I check the monitor's Hz readout and the Windows settings, the changes I just made in Windows settings seem to be reverted.

Here are the various things I have tried so far:

- Updated drivers for both the monitor and my GTX 1080

- Messed with all of the monitor's built-in settings

- Reset all the monitor's settings

- Attempted to change the adapter mode (which also changes the Hz, but it just does the same thing and doesn't actually apply the change when it says it does)

- Used 3 different DP cables (current one is a DisplayPort 1.4 HBR3)

- Plugging both the monitor and my computer directly into the wall (I read somewhere that this might work, it didn't)

- Unplugging the monitor and plugging it back in after awhile (helps with the 24Hz problem, but my 144Hz settings still don't save)

- Used various resolutions

- Messed with GSync

- Messed with VSync

- Messed with various Nvidia settings

- Various other things people have tried

I have spent 6 hours all over the internet trying to fix this. I am not super tech savvy, so some of the suggested solutions have taken me awhile to test out. I feel like there is some small thing I am doing wrong or I didn't finish doing something, or the cable is wrong. I have read that certain cables (DP 1.2 or less I think) are capped at 1440p and 85Hz, but shouldn't the DP 1.4 be plenty for 1440p and 144Hz/165Hz?

I really would like to not have to return this monitor because I really like the picture quality. Any suggestions on how to fix this? I would greatly appreciate any help at this point.

Thanks in advance!

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Kashimi 1 year ago

I plugged my monitor in > I turned on the computer > I installed the GPU drivers for my 1080ti > I went to Nvidia Control Panel > I turned on G-Sync > I set the refresh rate to 165Hz.

That was it.

If your monitor isn't doing that, its not working properly. There shouldn't be anything else required.
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AzureDragon89 1 year ago
ASUS ROG SWIFT PG279Q - Display port cable
Im looking for a good display port cable for my ASUS ROG SWIFT PG279Q I got 2 from best buy both don't work i found out after the fact they're not certified. currently pulling my hair out looking for the correct cable for this monitor - the one that came with the monitor died from my cat nibbling on it without me knowing
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Glenwing 1 year ago

AzureDragon89 :

Im looking for a good display port cable for my ASUS ROG SWIFT PG279Q I got 2 from best buy both don't work i found out after the fact they're not certified. currently pulling my hair out looking for the correct cable for this monitor - the one that came with the monitor died from my cat nibbling on it without me knowing

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alec123456789012 2 years ago
Which one should I get?

The PG279Q is my dream monitor.

1440p the perfect size, 165hz, IPS, and 4ms response time.

Problem is my computer can't run a lot of the games I play at 165 FPS at 1440p, and I know I could put it in 1080p for the time but I'm just not sure.

The PG258Q is 1080p so I could run a lot of the games at a really high FPS since it has 240hz but it is TN and I've never had a TN panel before only IPS. So I don't know really how bad the color accuracy will be.

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Firecheetah13 2 years ago

Well, this is quite the decision. For starters, what is your GPU? Do you plan on upgrading soon? The 1440p monitor will certainly be more "futureproofed". However, if you have ONLY ever had true IPS monitors, TN is going to be a whole new beast if you are like me and are very sensitive to color. Keep in mind that you are going to have to look right at it if you want anywhere close to the colors that you are used to, but then again, you will get that sweet 1ms response. Overall: If you don't plan on upgrading your GPU anytime soon and you are using this monitor strictly for gaming, get the PG258Q. If you are expecting a GPU upgrade in the near future and you want to stick with what you are used to in terms of color and viewing angles (and you don't just game), then go with the PG279Q.
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K89P64K60 3 years ago
ASUS ROG Swift PG279Q vs ASUS ROG Swift PG27AQ
Hello. I was going to buy ASUS ROG Swift PG348Q, but after some more reading and suggestions given here, I gave up on the ultrawide sceen. After 3 days spend on reading, I cant decide, which one of those 2 monitors to buy and Im looking for some suggestions. My purpose is, to use the monitor only for gaming, nothing else and I play mostly RPGs, but from time to time, while I wait something new to catch my eye, I like to play all sort of games. To be honest. Im more leaning towards the first monitor and the small, or rather big difference, between the two, is that first is 1440p and second is 2160p. My reasons to buy the first are, that I would be able to play all kind of games, while maintain good fps, get good picture quality, my overall feeling of movanament will be smoother and better, due to the 144hz. My reasons to buy the second are, that 2160p picture quality is stunning and 4K look more future-proof.

Something important to note is, that my view distance to the monitor is 50-60cm or roughly 21inch. Would 2160p look much better, then 1440p from that distance?

Anyway, Ive got an answer, that my PC would be able to run 4K, but I will write it down for any case.

CPU - i7-2600K 4.6ghz (can get stable 4.8ghz)

MOBO - ASUS P8Z68 Deluxe Gen3

RAM - Corsair Vengeance 16gb 1600mhz 9-9-9-24

PSU - Corsair AX1200i

GPU - Either GTX 1080 or GTX 1080 Ti (depend which monitor I would buy)
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