ASUS has added three more FreeSync monitors to its list of models that work with NVIDIA’s G-Sync technology. The VG248QG, VG258QR, and VG278QR are now certified and validated to support G-Sync when used with GeForce RTX and GTX graphics cards.
The company previously unveiled, at CES 2019, five other FreeSync monitors that support the technology including the ROG Strix XG258Q, XG248Q, MG278Q, VG278Q, and VG258Q. With this new announcement, ASUS now has a total of eight FreeSync monitors that have been certified to work with G-Sync.
NVIDIA originally announced bringing support for G-Sync to several FreeSync monitors at CES 2019. with their “G-Sync Compatible” program. Apart from NVIDIA’s own certification program, ASUS is the only other company that does their own in-house testing before NVIDIA’s validation process.
The trio of monitors all feature full HD 1080p resolution, 0.5ms response time, and a refresh rate of 165Hz. They also come with the company’s ASUS Extreme Low Motion Blur (ELMB), which helps moving objects look sharper, as well as gamer-centric features such as GamePlus and GameVisual.
While the VG248QG is still coming soon, the VG278QR and VG258QR are now available locally at an SRP of PHP 17,770 and PHP 16,580, respectively.