PS5 Gaming Monitor | 1440p & 1080p 144Hz Monitors TESTED

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Are you interested in using a PS5 on a gaming monitor? If you are, then this video is for you! While setup is pretty simple, there are some concerning things going on in regards to the PS5 and it’s support for gaming monitors. I’ll go over everything I can think of in order to inform you of what to look out for, as well as some things that may be able to be addressed via a future PS5 firmware update.

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My Gaming and Editing Rig:
MSI B450 Tomahawk:
Ryzen 9 3900XT:
Corsair Vengeance RAM (4x8GB):
NVIDIA RTX 2070 Super:
Crucial P1 500GB NVMe:
Sandisk Ultra 1TB SSD (x2):
Seagate Barrucuda 2TB Drive:
Seasonic GX-750 PSU:
Phanteks P400A Case:
Scythe Fuma 2 Air Cooler:
RGB Strip Lights:
Corsair K55 Keyboard:
Corsair Harpoon Mouse:
HyperX Cloud II Gaming Headphones:
Focusrite Scarlett Solo (2nd Gen):
Audio Technica M40X Headphones:
PreSonus Eris E3.5 Studio Monitors:
Audio Technica AT2020 Condensor Microphone:
BenQ EX2780Q Monitor:
BenQ MOBIUZ EX2710 Monitor:
AOC 27G2 Monitor:

My Home Theater System
Pioneer SP-FS52 Floorstanding Speakers:
Pioneer SP-C22 Center Speaker:
Pioneer SP-BS22 Speaker Pair (L/R surround):
Polk OWM3 Speaker Pair (ceiling mounted Atmos):
SVS PB10-ISD Subwoofer (linked to PB-1000):
Denon X2300W Receiver:
Vizio P65-C1 4K HDR TV (linked to PX65-G1):
PS4 Pro:
Nintendo Switch:
LG UP970 UHD Player:


Intro/Subscribey Stuff – 00:00
BenQ EX2780Q – 00:50
Video Output Info – 01:46
AOC 27G2 – 05:26
Wrap Up – 08:54


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