ASUS he puffed out today with his new top-of-the-line monitor, the ROG Swift OLED PG32UCDM. This is what they brag about the world’s first of its kindwhich in short, is to offer a generous OLED panel at 4K resolution with a very high refresh rate.
We already anticipate that to take advantage of everything that this monitor offers you will need nothing less than a GPU at the level of the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090. And not only that, but for all games you will have to resort to NVIDIA DLSS 3 technology. In this way, you have to see it more as an equivalent product. In the sense of limiting the framerate in casual games, but in shooters and driving games lower the quality in order to reach the maximum speed in the refresh rate.
These are the specifications of the ASUS ROG Swift OLED PG32UCDM
For you to understand this introduction, it is time to tell you that this monitor is built around a 32-inch QD-OLED panel. This reaches a native 4K resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixels capable of reaching a refresh rate of 240hz. Hence, we said that an RTX 4090 will have it quite difficult to take advantage of what the panel offers. That is why in some games the logical thing will be to limit it between 120 or 144 Hz, while in other less demanding titles you can take advantage of its full potential. For everything to work to the solution, it is indicated that the panel makes use of a premium cooling system from ROG to avoid further degradation by high temperatures.
Continuing with the information on the ASUS ROG Swift OLED PG32UCDM, it is indicated that the cooling is linked to a graphene coating behind the panel. This allows a much higher heat conductivity compared to aluminum, copper, silver and even gold. The reason is to reach luminosity peaks of up to 1,000 nits sustained no risk of overheating. It could not miss a very low response time of 0.03 milliseconds (0.03msGtG).
A graphene film behind the entire panel keeps you cool and comfortable. Graphene, the world’s finest and most resistant nanomaterial, has a thermal conductivity coefficient of up to 5,300 W/mk, a figure more than a hundred times higher than that of silver, copper, gold or aluminum.
The low operating temperatures offered by this cooling solution allow the display to produce and maintain high peak brightness. It can reach 1,000 nits of maximum brightness with perfect black levels for an incredible HDR experience. The PG32UCDM’s premium cooling technology also gives you peace of mind that your monitor will have an increased lifespan by helping to minimize the risk of burns.
Rest of the characteristics that we know of this OLED monitor
Finishing with the information on the ROG Swift OLED PG32UCDM, compatibility with the technology could not be missing NVIDIA G-Sync Compatible. We continue with the most advanced connectivity in the form of various ports HDMI 2.1 and DisplayPort 1.4 with Display Stream Compression (DSC) for a 4K gaming experience.
Have built-in Smart KVM. This implies including USB ports to use a mouse and keyboard on two computers through the same monitor. Couldn’t miss a PIP mode to display two simultaneous image sources on the screen.
How could it be otherwise, the ASUS ROG Swift OLED PG32UCDM includes multiple lighting zones. As far as its release date is concerned, it will be a long time coming. Specifically early 2024. As expected, its price was not disclosed.