The ASUS TUF Gaming VG328H1B gaming monitor comes with an ASUS Extreme Low Motion Blur (ELMB ) technology and enables a 1ms response time (MPRT) with AdaptiveSync, eliminating ghosting and tearing for sharp gaming gears using higher frame prices.
Free Sync Premium technology to eliminate screen rapping and choppy frame rates
Shadow Boost enriches image details in shadowy locations, Growing scenes without overexposing bright areas
The ASUS TUF VG328H1B gaming monitor supports both Adaptive-Sync together with NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards along with FreeSync using AMD Radeon graphics cards. The monitor is compatible with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10 series, GTX 16 show, R TX 20 series along with more graphics cards.
The ASUS TUF VG328H1B gaming screen uses a full HD (1920 x 1080) VA panel which includes a 1500R curvature, a maximum brightness of 250 nits, a 3000:1 contrast ratio, and a 1 ms MPRT response period, and a 165 Hz refresh speed in overclocked mode. The LCD can display 16.7 million colours and reproduce 120 per cent of the sRGB and 90 per cent of the DCI P3 colour gamut, that will be based on other modern gaming monitors. At the same time, considering mediocre brightness and resolution, it is very evident that programmers of their LCD prioritized performance and size over everything else, even keeping per this TUF lineup’s mainstream focus and pricing.
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The monitor excels its refresh rate, which ranges as high as 165 Hz. Its Free Sync Premium Adaptive-Sync feature works down to 4-8 Hz for smooth playback. Response time can be a low 1ms. Asus also equipped the VG328H1B gaming monitor with its ELMB (Intense Low motion-blur ) technician for crisp images, even at high refresh rates.
The ASUS TUF VG328H1B gaming monitor uses a VA panel. Meanwhile, its maximum brightness is 250 Nits, and colour reproduction can be quite commendable at 120 per cent of the SRGB space and 90% of DCI-P3.