Which ASUS monitors support 1440p on PlayStation 5?
ASUS made the list of his people available monitor of the ROG gaming series, ROG Strix and TUF Gaming that support 1440p resolution on Sony’s PlayStation 5. In total there are twelve compatible products.
The list of ASUS monitors compatible with the PlayStation 5 1440p
The PlayStation 5 supports resolutions 4K UHD (2160p) and FullHD (1080p) at 120Hz and 60Hz. Some newer QHD monitors manage to “match” the PS5 signal by downscaling to 1440p, a technique that allows you to retain some of the basic benefits (such as image quality and definition) of 4K resolution.
ASUS gaming monitors compatible with PS5 and which automatically adjust the input signal are:
- ROG Swift PG329Q;
- ROG Strix XG32VQR And Strix XG32VC;
- ROG Strix XG279QROG Strix XG27AQ and ROG Strix XG27WQ;
- TUF Gaming VG32VQ and TUF Gaming VG32VQ1B;
- TUF Gaming VG27AQTUF Gaming VG27AQ1ATUF Gaming VG27AQL1A and TUF Gaming VG27BQ;
For everything to work properly it is essential change the video resolution in the console settings, in the Audio / video section. Just set the option to “automatic” for the PS5 to adjust the output signal accordingly according to the characteristics of the connected monitor.
For more detailed information, ASUS has made available a tutorial page on its official website. Also available is the page dedicated to ASUS monitors with 1080p 120Hz support on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. In this case, the list of supported monitors gets a lot longer and you need to enable 120Hz on both consoles.
For PlayStation 5, go to the “Game / App Settings” section of the settings and select the “Game Presets” Performance mode. For Xbox Series X, however, you need to go to Settings> General> TV and Display Options> Display and select “Resolution 120Hz”.