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Hello guys looky and welcome back to the channel today i have another unboxing and review video for you guys now this is a high refresh rate 24-inch monitor from asus i saw this guy on special last week online so i went and picked it up it was originally priced at 420 australian dollars but I saw it on sale for 299 Australian and I thought what better time to try out high refresh rate gaming than this guy I was kind of waiting for prices to come down now this is not a g-sync monitor mind you those do go for quite a bit more than $299 but this is simply a hundred and forty-four hertz refresh rate panel and we’ll get to all the specs later I think first we’ll start with the unboxing of this guy we’ll see what we get inside this massive box this is quite a large box for a 24 inch monitor but I think it’s just packaged really well but we’re about to find out okay so upon opening the box we are met first of all of course with the manuals and software who uses the driver for a monitor anyway in 2019 next up we have the base the base stand here I guess it’s separate from the rest of the monitor assembly next up in the box we have all these power supply cables and you might be wondering why they include so many pass by cables well they’re not all the same be happy an American one a UK one and an Australian one basically so they can ship the same box of stuff around the world for every more other they sold and yes I’m guessing it introduces a bit more cost basis to do this but it means I don’t have to repackage as much you know things like that next up we have a dual link DVI connector doing to Jo Inc both ends they do not include a display port cable in this box I actually do not have a display port cable on hand either and here is also a 3.5 millimeter Jack passed through cable I guess to get your sound from your PC to the monitor the monitor itself has speakers but if you want to pass through audio from the back panel of the PC to then plug in your own headphones into the monitor you can do that as well with this cable and now we have been wanted to itself with the standard touched as well except for the base plate of course but let’s try and pull this guy out as carefully as possible ok and there is the monitor of course we’re gonna remove all this packaging first that is it for the unboxing portion of this video we are simply now going to be removing all this this plastic film here on the back of the monitor front and let’s take a look at the final product once we put the base plate on okay now I have the monitor plugged in via DisplayPort into my mini ITX rising system behind me here I haven’t plugged into my main system yet because I want to mount it on a base amount when I fit it to that PC so I’ll just be testing it on the mini ITX system for now and I also like to mention about an hour has passed since the last bit of film you just saw because I had to duck down to Sinha comm to pick up a display port to DisplayPort cable in the Box this doesn’t come with one of those cables comes with a DVI to DVI cable which I’m not sure if that can actually get you 144 heads so yeah I knew the DisplayPort cable would get me that a display port cable cost about nineteen dollars Australian for a two meter display port cable so that wasn’t too big a cost but it is annoying that it doesn’t come in the box so now that the monitors set up and on its stand and everything let’s go through some of the pros and cons I think we’ll start with the cons first now it is a TN panel so viewing angles are not as good as an IPS display or a VA even or OLED although as you can see on camera it’s not too bad it’s actually very it can get very bright so it’s a plus I guess anyway back to cons the actual aesthetic design of this monitor was a poor choice on a scissors part I believe because they have gone with sort of a piano black finish it’s very reflective so fingerprints show up if the instant you touch it basically and then it’s pretty much found all over the monitor except for the actual stand itself behind the monitor that seems to be a matte black metal so you can see on the base already there’s a couple of scratches there’s fingerprints so that is another downside on this monitor but again that’s only the physical side of the monitor that sort of stuff doesn’t affect performance now the other drawback of this monitor is yes it’s 144 head’s refresh rate but it does not have G sink or freesync technology so if you are planning on running games at say lower than 60 frames per second and you still don’t want to see like vertical or horizontal tearing this monitor it’s not for that it’s more so for people that have high-end graphics cards like right now it’s plugged into a 980 TI it’ll be plugged in most of the time to my 1080p eye over in my desktop system over there so we’re really enjoying CDs in the near future with this monitor another downside of this monitor if you are planning to use the inbuilt speakers that are built into this monitor and yes it does have speakers in it and it carries the signal over hdmi and displayport but unfortunately they’re only two what speakers 2×2 what speakers inbuilt and they’re very very tinny but pretty much no bass at all I was playing games a little bit on it before and there’s yeah very very poor audio quality on this thing but I’m sure if you have a type of person to spend this sort of money on a monitor I’m sure you have either high end headphones or high-end speakers for your gaming anyway so I don’t believe that’s too big of a drawback so guys they are basically all the cons of this monitor but there are a lot of pros for example even though it is a TN panel the viewing angles actually aren’t too bad I am very surprised with how good it looks actually from nearly all angles you can see here I’m turning it right to the side and I mean we are seeing it on camera so it’s a bit different the camera will probably adjust brightness and everything to adjust for me turning the monitor now when it comes to colour reproduction on this thing of course it’s not gonna be as good as an IPS panel but I have fiddled with the settings quite a bit to get it as best as I can if you go in the Amazon listing for this product in the comments actually the first comment that comes up has a link to a reddit page which details how to get the monitor looking as good as it does right now and it basically I can’t tell the difference between my IPS panel over there my ultra wide IPS or this TN panel they’re basically the same colors right now so very pleased with that also while this monitor does not have G sync capability it does have Nvidia 3d vision support if you guys don’t know Nvidia 3d vision vision to actually comes with this model it’s support so this monitor actually does have 3d support I’m actually excited for that I have probably one of the only people excited for that because I do happen to have an Nvidia 3d vision two glasses kits although you won’t be able to really see that on camera because 3d just isn’t supported by YouTube really so I don’t know how that’s gonna work so I’ve said it before how the design itself isn’t as good as I’d like it’s got that reflective piano black finish on all the plastics the bases well very fingerprint magnet II you know but when it comes to adjustability of this monitor it is pretty much as good as you can get it does pivot tilt it does height adjustability up and beyond the base also swivels as well and finally guys the last pro I guess for this monitor is as I mention before is a hundred and forty-four Hertz capability also it’s one millisecond response time which is brilliant for gaming as well so really quick input detection but 144 Hertz is just a dream this is my first time ever experiencing 144 Hertz gaming at all I’ve always games at 60 Hertz and yeah I just haven’t really seen anything about 60 Hertz before but this is just amazing I played a few games I might inquisitive footage in the video as well but basically I play some csgo of course started off there I had the game running at over 300 frames a second but of course the monitors displaying at 144 Hertz which was just a dream it was butter smooth I played some rocket League also at 144 Hertz I played some CTV now that ran at about 120 frames a second because again this is a 980ti I had all the graphics to the max as well and it was still able to grab a hundred and twenty frames a second and that’s pretty much gonna do it for this video guys this has been my unboxing and review of the VG 2 for 8qe monitor from Asus 144 Hertz 1 millisecond response time not J sync and not free sync by the way if you have heard of the tech channel J’s $0.02 before he actually has a video from a couple years ago on this monitor he actually did a sort of talking head slash review video of this monitor and in the title of his video he put G sync and actually this monitor does not have juicing it has Nvidia 3d vision to support so anyway guys if you did enjoy this video leave a like down below subscribe for more content like this and I will see you guys around the channel alright have a good one.
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