ROG has revealed a couple of new high-tier gaming monitors for the Strix family so let’s get into it.


The first one is the Strix OLED XG27AQDMG which hosts a glossy WOLED panel. What’s the difference? The addition of a white-emitting OLED unit with a clear coating to the existing RGB units so in practice, it can deliver sharper images, higher max brightness, and darker hues while maintaining vibrant colors or simply speaking, stronger HDR performance.

It also comes with the advantage of eliminating flickers in VRR mode due to how conventional OLED panels function. To solve this, they added the ROG Anti-Flicker tech with 3 profiles of Strong/Middle/Off to let users pick the most comfortable or the one that just works, leading to a smoother and more enjoyable gaming experience.

Oh let’s not forget basic specs and numbers – 27-inch, 1440p resolution, 240Hz refresh rate, 0.03ms GtG response time, G-SYNC Compatible, and comes with ASUS OLED Care’s suite of preventive measures to OLED-burn in.


On the other hand, the Strix XG27UCG aims to deliver optimal experience dedicated to specific game genres thanks to its Dual-Mode LCD panel that enables 4K160Hz or 1080p320Hz with just a simple hotkey press.

With it, you can enjoy incredible visuals in your favorite AAA games then swap to an ultra-fast and responsive profile for your CS 2 or Dota 2 session.

The monitor itself not only comes with a compact stand that occupies smaller space in general but it also has things like USB-C with PD, DP 1.4, and HDMI 2.1 ports.

Price and Availability

While the ROG Strix OLED XG27AQDM is going to launch globally on May 30 at the price of US$699, the Strix XG27UCG still needs some time to finalize everything so it’s a TBA for now.

Also just a small segue, a new firmware update is available for Swift OLED PG27AQDM that enables the ROG Anti-Flicker feature so go get it when you can.


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