ASUS MG248Q Drivers & Software Download Windows 7, 10 And 8.1, Manual, Review - Asus's Monitor series MG248Q is a very good game and monitor Office. Has a lot of adjustment and the work as a whole is good, people can see the problem too thin paint on the stand. ASUS mg248q need drivers for earning perfect results.
ASUS MG248Q monitor is special because it has a very high Freesync 40-144 Hz, which has no other 1080 p monitors, as well as very low brightness settings. Also worth mentioning is the TN panel for excellent image quality with a high contrast, something I didn't have with my old monitor with TN panels.
Asus' MG24UQ. Monitors come in diagonally 23.6 inches and finish with 3.840 × 2.160 pixels, i.e. Ultra HD. Density of 186.7 ppi is pixels. Freesync, with display can play 40 to 60 hertz. Like all this "game" while monitors from Asus, stand height-adjustable and tilting display and rotate (pivot). There was also a turntable.
In addition, ASUS plans to launch MG248Q, which was also 23.6 inches high, but it dissolves with 1,920 × 1.080 pixels (Full HD, 93.3 PPI). For this, the TN panel can display 144 hertz and has a response time of one millisecond in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications. Freesync range is 40 to 144 hertz-the largest ever in the ASUS monitor. With Freesync enabled, MG279Q must still be satisfied with 35 to 90 hertz (without Freesync 144 Hz).
The Panel has a very good image quality for me. You have different options to set it up, but I would rather take the sRGB mode. This is very good from Asus to have a mode already has modus pre-sRGB calibrated, with which You have an image that is very natural.
If you want to play, it is advisable to turn the FPS mode as it will brighten the picture. It doesn't seem so natural anymore, but you have the advantage that you see the enemy, especially in dark places, more. For me I also want to play in the sRGB mode, because I love the image so it better overall, because the contrast seemed more complete.
Special feature is the Adaptive-sync Hz range 40-144, which so far has no monitor with 1080 p and 144 Hz. All other manufacturers have lower the range 40-120 Hz or 45-144 Hz. So this is a monitor with scaler may be best in the market.
ASUS MG248Q Specs :
- Display Type : LED-backlit LCD monitor / TFT active matrix.
- Dimensions (WxDxH) : 22.1 in x 8.3 in x 19.3 in - with stand.
- Native Resolution : Full HD (1080p) 1920 x 1080 at 144 Hz.
- Contrast Ratio : 1000:1 / 100000000:1 (dynamic).
- Color Support : 16.7 million colors.
- Pixel Pitch : 0.2768 mm.
- Horizontal Viewing Angle : 170.
- Vertical Viewing Angle : 160.
- Panel Type : TN.
- Brightness : 350 cd/m².
- Screen Coating : Anti-glare.
- Backlight Technology : WLED.
- Vertical Refresh Rate : 40 - 144 Hz.
- 3D Capable : Yes.
- CONNECTIVITY : Interfaces DisplayPort. HDMI, DVI-D (dual link), Headphones, Audio line-in.
- POWER DEVICE : Power Consumption Operational 65 Watt, Power Consumption Stand by 0.5 Watt.
- AUDIO : Type Speakers - stereo.
- Weight : 11.5 lbs.
ASUS MG248Q Drivers System Requirements & Compatibility :
- Windows 10 (32&64bit).
- Windows 8.1 (32&64bit).
- Windows 7 (32&64bit).