ASUS TUF Gaming 32″ 1080P Curved Monitor (VG328H1B) – Full HD, 165Hz (Supports 144Hz), 1ms, Extreme Low Motion Blur, Speaker,

(10 customer reviews)


Screen Size 31.5 Inches
Display Resolution Maximum 1920 x 1080 Pixels
Brand ASUS
Special Feature Curved Screen, Blue Light Filter, EYE CARE, Flicker-Free, Built-In Speakers
Refresh Rate 165 Hz

  • 32-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080) 1500R curved gaming monitor with ultrafast 165Hz refresh rate designed for professional gamers and immersive gameplay. Display Colors : 16.7M
  • ASUS Extreme Low Motion Blur (ELMB ) technology enables a 1ms response time (MPRT) together with Adaptive-sync, eliminating ghosting and tearing for sharp gaming visuals with high frame rates.
  • FreeSync Premium technology to eliminate screen tearing and choppy frame rates
  • Shadow Boost enhances image details in dark areas, brightening scenes without over-exposing bright areas
  • Supports both Adaptive-Sync with NVIDIA GeForce* graphics cards and FreeSync with AMD Radeon graphics cards *Compatible with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10 series, GTX 16 series, RTX 20 series and newer graphics cards



Designed for fast-paced games, the TUF Gaming VG328H1B is a 32” curved gaming display that boasts a 165Hz refresh rate. The VG328H1B features Extreme Low Motion Blur (ELMB), which eliminates motion blur for a smoother gaming experience, and FreeSync Premium technology, which eliminates screen tearing and choppy frame rates.

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31.5-inch Immersive Curvature

Delivers stunning visuals from all angles with an 1500R curvature that ensures every point is equidistant to your eyes. This contributes to greater viewing comfort thanks to its wide viewing angle, which provides less distortion and color shift when gaming and watching movies.

165Hz Refresh Rate

Decimates lag and motion blur to give you the upper hand in first person shooters, racers, real-time strategy, and sports titles. This ultrafast refresh rate lets you play at the highest visual settings for you to react instantly to what’s on screen.

Extreme Low Motion Blur (ELMB)

Features the latest ASUS-exclusive technology to achieve 1ms MPRT and eliminate smearing and motion blur, making objects in motion look sharper for a more fluid and responsive gameplay.

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Shadow Boost Technology

Clarifies dark areas of the game without overexposing brighter areas, improving overall viewing while also making it easier to spot enemies hidden in dark areas of the map.

GamePlus Technology

Offers in-game enhancements that help you get more out of your game. This function is co-developed with input from pro gamers, allowing them to practice and improve their gaming skills.

Flicker-Free Technology

Reduces flicker to minimize eyestrain for improved comfort when you’re embroiled in long gaming sessions.

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Ultra-Low Blue Light Technology

Reduces the amount of potentially harmful blue light emitted by the display. Four different filter settings are available to control the amount of blue light reduction.

Rich Connectivity

Options include HDMI (v2.0), D-sub, Earphone Jack support a wide array of multimedia devices.

Ergonomic Design

Provides tilt and swivel so you can easily find your ideal viewing position. The display is also VESA-compatible for wall mounting.

ASUS TUF Display

Additional information

Weight 15.48 kg
Dimensions 19.97 × 27.94 × 8.42 cm
Max Screen Resolution

1920 x 1080 Pixels





Item model number


Item Weight

15.48 pounds

Product Dimensions

19.97 x 27.94 x 8.42 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

19.97 x 27.94 x 8.42 inches







Country of Origin


Date First Available

April 29 2020





10 reviews for ASUS TUF Gaming 32″ 1080P Curved Monitor (VG328H1B) – Full HD, 165Hz (Supports 144Hz), 1ms, Extreme Low Motion Blur, Speaker,

  1. Samael F.

    I didn’t know what I was missingThis monitor is awesome. I got the 1440p 27inch curved variant.Picture/screen: Before this I had a basic 1080p 24inch Asus monitor, and let me tell you the upgrade was very much worth it. The color on this screen just pops. WAY more color coverage then my old monitor. I hadn’t realized just how many colors I was missing until now. That being said I did try the HDR because it does advertise it, but I would say that its just not quite there. The screen is brighter , yes, but I would say that you lose at least 20% color coverage if not more. Frankly HDR is bland. I wouldn’t recommend it at all if that’s a big sale point for you. I also have a decent amount of back light leak, so blacks aren’t as dark as they could be (part of the reason HDR isn’t that great on this unit). For those 2 reasons I knocked of a star.Gaming: This is the main reason I bought the monitor. Playing on here has been a dream. I mostly play Apex and again the color coverage is out of this world. The contrast is RICH, like batman rich. It’s easy to overdo to the point where you cant see people in dark areas. Although some fiddling around in the settings fixed that right up. On that point factory setting are okay but ounce you calibrate it, its twice as good. The curve and upgrade in size and resolution took me some getting used to but once I got used to it again, gaming has been nothing but spectacular. I have had no screen tearing, practically no motion blur and input lag is non existent. That being said I stay consistently around 100-110 FPS, so I haven’t maxed it out.Ergonomics: This is where I can’t really say to much. I didn’t even unwrap the stand, instead I immediately mounted it to my own desk top stand (VESA 100mm x 100mm). I did this because the factory stand seems to be a pretty basic one. No height or swivel adjustment, just tilt.In conclusion Picture good. HDR bad, gaming fun. Stand doodoo.

  2. Magja

    Great performance and screen – meh HDRI have tried and compared several 32″ VA and IPS 1440p 144Hz+ monitors and out of all of them, the ASUS TUF 32″ 1440p 165Hz (VG32VQ1B) has the best balance of cost, performance, and quality.The Pros:Deep blacks, good contrast (superior contrast to an IPS panel), great color for a VA panel, excellent refresh rate (165), quality materials, lots of fine tuning options, gentle curve for immersion.Cons: like most all other VA panels, this one is not immune to ghosting (google if you do not know what that is), black screen uniformity is Meh (more on that below), colors are a little subdued but better after calibration, orange stand by light is pretty bright.The panel that came the closest to this one, for me, was the Samsung G5 32″ but the G5 is dimmer than this one. There are brighter panels out there in this range – the Gigabyte M32QC for example – but this is one of the brighter VAs.Overall, I am happy with this for gaming, media, and music production work. I will let you know that I am returning the first one I received as after a few hours of use, it developed a hot spot in the upper left corner. I game in a dim room so it is very noticeable. I am hoping the next one is just fine. I really like this unit. The only thing that could be better is the color and light output. It claims to be an HDR monitor but really it just can accept the HDR signal. Its not really bright enough to do true HDR. I wish they were not marketing it as an HDR panel. If you are on the hunt for a good HDR display, you are going to have to shell out more money for a next tier unit.Good luck on your monitor search.

  3. Apocalypse M37

    LOVE this monitor – BUT – laptop recognized as audio device w/o having speakersFirst – the good news:Got this monitor on Prime Day after a LOT of research – reviews here, through online articles (PC Mag, CNET, etc.), and watching YouTube videos. I use it for work (business analyst) and in a graphic design capacity (hobbies). It’s basically like having two monitors in one and the color, clarity, response time, and flexibility of the display was a huge upgrade from what I had been tolerating (Westinghouse 32″ TV).The bad news is I’m taking away a star b/c somewhere along the line, I was led to believe this monitor had speakers AND the menus and setup kind of lead you down that path as well. Sorry folks – no speakers on this monitor :(.Since the listing never mentions sound or speakers, I take full blame for making that assumption. HOWEVER – the monitor was automatically recognized by my laptop as an audio output device, was made the default audio device, AND the monitor has audio controls on its menu. So for a minute there, I was SUPER stoked! Alas, after a quick chat with Dell customer care, they confirmed that the monitor is speakerless…Overall, this is a GREAT monitor. Not much of a gamer but the ultra-wide format and the extra few inches made it seem like I was adding two monitors to my workspace instead of one. Plus, the extra screen real-estate in full-screen mode significantly reduced the need for scrolling in spreadsheets and design software.

  4. Michael

    Just wowDay1 This monitor is huge. Coming from a 21in to this is a tremendous upgrade. The picture depth and quality is outstanding. There are so many settings and options. Will need to research what they all do if not familiar with the settings. The speakers are are not high quality sound but with headphones plugged in the 1/8 analog audio port is just fine. Note this is for sound output only. It was very easy to put together (base) and comes with display port and hdmi cords. This unit is big and fairly heavy yet the base holds it steady. No fear of it toppling over. The monitor easily swivels a full 90degrees left or right and can be raised or lowered up and down. The tilt is also smooth and easy to adjust. Even though it’s curved you can still see the screen when viewed from the side or off center. The brightness of the screen is really bright on a white background. It even has 3 shadow boost levels for games that can have dark areas you can’t see well on. Day one I am impressed. I truly can’t believe I got it for $300. I will be ordering a 2nd one.

  5. Hal

    Awesome! I love it for online teaching, zoom, and MS teams.Love it! Great picture with crisp, clear images, words, and online classes/meetings. The other one I tried did not compare. Use it mainly for online work/meetings. The stand is sturdy and able to be adjusted in the perfect viewing position. Adjusts higher/lower, swivels left/right, and tilts forward/backward. Surprised at how far it adjusts in all ways. The 1500R curvature seems perfect for me. Tried another 32″ monitor that was 1000R & it was just too much curve for me. I’m not a gamer, so no idea how it does for gaming.

  6. Janey K

    Overall good product, but I eventually let go of it in favor of a flat IPS screenI had to purchase this three times. The first product came with a patch of dead pixels, and the second product never arrived – it was dropped off at a USPS at midnight while they were closed and who knows what happened to it before they opened in the morning. The third I actually purchased from Microcenter at a $20 markup (which had some surface grime that was difficult to wipe away in exactly the same spot that the patch of dead pixels was in for the first monitor that I received, so I’m thinking there is some manufacturing trauma involving that point). The monitor is also difficult to get out of the box. -1 star for quality control and all these random issues.Color is bright and vibrant and all the specs that I want are there, but there is a lot of smearing of dark objects that I eventually could not fully fix or get over. From viewing many other curved monitors up for display at my local microcenter and looking up their specs, other curved VA monitors were just dull and not bright enough. I was split between this one and the Gigabyte G32QC, but the G32QC had worse smearing according to RTINGs. So I believed (and still believe) that this is the best curved 32 inch QHD 144+Hz curved VA screen below $350. Turning up shadow boost to level 3 while leaving the Trace Free option at 60 were the best settings for me to reduce dark smearing without introducing inverse ghosting. However, it was always still very much there and although it wasn’t necessarily distracting (especially in FPS), it was very noticeable when I wasn’t so focused on the action or while I was using my computer it for anything else. I don’t think it made it functionally/practically worse, but it just gave it a cheaper feel, and it wasn’t something I could really love. When a flat IPS LG Ultragear G-SYNC compatible monitor with identical specs came out heavily discounted at $320, I had to switch over. I initially really wanted the curved aspect of the VG32VQ, which did make viewing the corners and sides of the screen more comfortable, but overall it wasn’t worth the smearing. After returning back to a flat 32 inch screen, I realized that the difference in comfort of viewing the edges was not as big as I made it out to be. I tried hyping myself up to want to like the VG32VQ by appreciating that curvature, but ultimately it wasn’t that big of a deal to begin with for a 32 inch screen. -1 star for smearingIf you’re really interested in a curved screen, it might still be worth it to go on the journey I did and live with one for a week or so, but ultimately you might choose to eventually go for something like a gigabyte M32Q instead (or an ultragear if it goes on sale again, which is essentially identical to a M32Q besides providing G-SYNC). Ultimately, this monitor is not bad and is a 4 star monitor as long as I didn’t have to go through all that trouble to get a good working monitor. The smearing does make it feel somewhat cheap and although it wasn’t enough to be functionally distracting, it was enough to return it in favor of an IPS panel that was priced similarly.

  7. Ski Cat

    Very Happy with It!I really like this monitor! I upgraded from an ASUS Designo 27″ 1440P Monitor (MZ27AQL) to this 31.5 curved monitor because I got Sniper Elite 5 and wanted to be able to see more of the area surrounding the player. I like the size so much that I wish I had gotten a 34 inch monitor (although they are expensive).I am 72 years old and not a techie, and I haven’t fully explored all of the various settings. But the image is sharp, the color deep, and so far I see no problems with the screen– pixels or otherwise.My only gripe is that the controls consist of 4 buttons and a joystick on the back of the monitor, and I find them difficult to use and confusing. My smaller ASUS has the joystick–which I like– ands not all the buttons.In looking at the price history, it seems that ASUS raised the price of this monitor shortly before Amazon Prime day. I bought it for the “retail” price on Prime Day, and but then Amazon reduced the price by $20 the day after Prime Day! I felt that this was disingenuous/sketchy. I was FINALLY able to coax Amazon into giving me a $20 credit. Disappointing though.

  8. Ahmed Archambault

    Best Upgrade I Have MadeI built my own PC a couple years back, and for a long time, I had a 21.5″ LG monitor that had a max of 75hz. Not really meant for gaming. I asked for some advice and did some research, and came across this. It is perfect for someone who loves gaming, but is not super competitive and streams. Great size at 27″, definitely needs some getting used to for me. But I am more than happy with my purchase!

  9. Castulo rivera

    Product good, company great!The product itself has one problem, and that’s that the screen randomly becomes dim and stays that way for the rest of the time that my pc is on. Might be an hour in, might be two or three. But the people that sent it left their number in the box in case anything was wrong. I didn’t call about it because I personally don’t care enough about the dim screen as it doesn’t ruin anything for me. Just the fact that they care enough to leave their number so I don’t have to contact through here is phenomenal and shows that they do care if you enjoy your product. 4/5 product. 5/5 company.

  10. Amazon Customer

    Just put the trace free in the monitor 20 no more than 40 if u don’t want to see artifactsPicture is great just put trace free on 20 no more and the only thing they can do better is in a very black screen in a dark room u can see the back like bleed in the corners but for the price it’s great just remember the trace free must be on no more than 40 I suggest leave it on 20 by default it’s on 6o that causes artifacts so do that and you’ll love it!!!! Oh and the ps5 does 1440 p now so it’s great but this can do 4k at 60 herts and 1440p at 120 it’s great!!

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