Asus ROG Swift PG38UQ Revealed at Computex 2023

The ROG Swift OLED PG49WDCD is one of the recent high-end gaming monitors introduced by Asus. Asus revealed another gaming monitor to its offerings, the ROG Swift PG38UQ at Computex 2023. The monitor will make its debut in Q3 2023, right alongside the ROG Strix XG259QN. ASUS has not yet announced pricing or widespread availability for the ROG Swift PG38UQ, but the company has detailed the gaming monitor’s many features.

ROG SWIFT PG38UQ at Computex | Tweak Town

As the image below shows, the ROG Swift PG38UQ boasts a 38-inch IPS display, set as Fast IPS due of its 1ms response times (GtG). Additionally, the gaming monitor supports AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and NVIDIA G-SYNC to minimize image tearing, which is particularly useful when gaming at high frame rates. For reference, the ROG Swift PG38UQ peaks at 144Hz and runs natively at 4K (3,840 x 2,160) in a 16:9 aspect ratio.

Asus ROG Swift PG38UQ Specifications | TFT Central

DisplayPort 1.4 allows for 4K/144 Hz gaming on the ROG Swift PG38UQ, while HDMI 2.1 limits it to 4K at 120Hz. ASUS also highlights the gaming monitor’s VESA DisplayHDR 600 certification, which verifies the monitor’s 10-bit image processing, 600-nit peak brightness, and accurate color reproduction while displaying HDR content. To that purpose, the ROG Swift PG38UQ covers 98% of the DCI-P3 color space.

Asus has been one of the leading companies in its monitors and has supplied exceptional specifications for users, the Swift PG38UQ is no exception owing to its resolution and refresh rate.


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