The Asus ROG Swift PG248Q is a pretty typical 24-inch 1080p gaming monitor, except for one key feature: through an overclocking utility built in to the display's software, gamers can push this panel's refresh rate up to a huge 180 Hz.

To run this panel at 180 Hz, up from the default 144 Hz, users will need an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 or newer. The Tech Report speculates that the PG248Q includes DisplayPort 1.3, which is only found on Nvidia's latest graphics cards and can support extremely high refresh rates at 1080p.

The rest of the PG248Q's hardware won't blow you away. To achieve such high refresh rates, Asus has opted for a WLED-backlit TN panel, with a rated contrast ratio of 1000:1 and maximum brightness of 350 nits. Response times are listed as 1ms gray-to-gray, and there's G-Sync variable refresh technology included as well.

Those who are interested in purchasing this monitor should be able to find one this month, after it was featured as the official display of ESL One Cologne 2016, although Asus hasn't mentioned how much it will cost.