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3840 x 2160
Response Time (G2G)
170° H x 160° V
- 9 points
- 38 months ago
from completed build Swadizzle
It took me awhile to decide to finally buy a display and this one has not dissappointed me yet. This has opened my eyes in games and Photoshop to details I was missing on my HP monitor from 2004. I would definately recommend if you have an AMD GPU. This MG28UQ is for mainstream gaming and I can see why. It is very well priced and the on screen widget you get through ASUS is awesome for changing display settings for any application.
I am giving a 4 star rating because the display port cables and USB pass through were not the easiest to plug in. After turning the monitor vertical it wasn't as bad. I still had to squeeze my fat fingers in a small area though, which shouldn't have been that hard. I could have hooked up the cables before installing the stand as well, but then connecting the stand would have been harder.