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ASUS VG248QG Monitor Review

Tested using Methodology v1.1
Reviewed Dec 01, 2021 at 09:56 am
ASUS VG248QG Picture
7.3
Mixed Usage
7.2
Office
8.4
Gaming
6.9
Multimedia
7.0
Media Creation
5.5
HDR Gaming
Size 24"
Resolution 1920x1080
Max Refresh Rate
165 Hz
Pixel Type
TN
Variable Refresh Rate
FreeSync

The ASUS VG248QG is an entry-level gaming monitor. It's an updated version of the ASUS VG248QE with a few upgrades, such as a higher 165Hz refresh rate and variable refresh rate (VRR) support. It has native FreeSync support to reduce screen tearing, and those with NVIDIA graphics cards can take advantage of the G-SYNC compatibility. Its performance should please most gamers, as it has incredible motion handling and has low input lag for a responsive gaming experience. However, it's not versatile as its TN panel doesn't deliver good picture quality; it has narrow viewing angles and a low contrast ratio, so it only performs well if you're viewing from directly in front in a bright room. It also has a 24 inch screen with a 1080p resolution, which is good enough for most gamers, but some people may find it too small for productivity.

Our Verdict

7.3 Mixed Usage

The ASUS VG248QG is decent for most uses. It's impressive for gaming thanks to its quick response time, low input lag, and 165Hz native refresh rate. It also has native FreeSync VRR support with G-SYNC compatibility. It's decent for office use or content creators and okay for watching multimedia content because it has incredible ergonomics and performs well in bright rooms. The picture quality isn't the best on the TN panel as the image looks washed out from the sides, and it has a low contrast ratio. Unfortunately, it doesn't support any HDR signal.

Pros
  • Incredible ergonomics with wide swivel range.
  • Good peak brightness and impressive reflection handling.
  • Quick response time for smooth motion.
Cons
  • TN panel has narrow viewing angles.
  • 24 inch screen and 1080p resolution may not be enough for some people.
  • Low contrast ratio and poor black uniformity.
7.2 Office

The ASUS VG248QG is decent for office use. Its 24 inch screen, 1080p screen may be too small for some to use as a main monitor, but it's a good size for a secondary monitor. It performs well in bright rooms because it has impressive reflection handling and good peak brightness. It also has incredible ergonomics, making it easy to place the screen in an ideal viewing position. However, it has narrow viewing angles, meaning the image looks inaccurate from the sides.

Pros
  • Incredible ergonomics with wide swivel range.
  • Good peak brightness and impressive reflection handling.
Cons
  • TN panel has narrow viewing angles.
  • 24 inch screen and 1080p resolution may not be enough for some people.
8.4 Gaming

The ASUS VG248QG is impressive for gaming. It has a high 165Hz refresh rate with native FreeSync support and G-SYNC compatibility to reduce screen tearing. Motion looks smooth thanks to the quick response time, and it has low input lag for a responsive gaming experience. It has a stand with fantastic ergonomics that make it easy to adjust the screen, but it has narrow viewing angles. It also has a low contrast ratio that makes blacks look gray in the dark.

Pros
  • Incredible ergonomics with wide swivel range.
  • 165Hz refresh rate and VRR support.
  • Quick response time for smooth motion.
Cons
  • Low contrast ratio and poor black uniformity.
6.9 Multimedia

The ASUS VG248QG is okay for consuming multimedia content. Its 24 inch screen isn't the biggest, so it's not ideal for watching content with a few people, and it also has narrow viewing angles. Its TN panel doesn't provide the best picture quality because it has uniformity issues, and it has a low contrast that makes blacks appear gray when viewing in dark rooms. However, in bright rooms, it gets bright enough to fight glare and has impressive reflection handling.

Pros
  • Incredible ergonomics with wide swivel range.
  • Good peak brightness and impressive reflection handling.
Cons
  • TN panel has narrow viewing angles.
  • 24 inch screen and 1080p resolution may not be enough for some people.
  • Low contrast ratio and poor black uniformity.
7.0 Media Creation

The ASUS VG248QG is decent for content creators. It has incredible ergonomics that make it easy to swivel the screen to show a client or coworker, but it has narrow viewing angles. It also performs well in bright environments thanks to the impressive reflection handling, but blacks look gray in dark rooms. Sadly, the 24 inch screen and 1080p resolution aren't ideal for viewing high-resolution videos and photos with multiple windows opened. Sadly, it doesn't support HDR at all.

Pros
  • Incredible ergonomics with wide swivel range.
  • Good peak brightness and impressive reflection handling.
Cons
  • TN panel has narrow viewing angles.
  • 24 inch screen and 1080p resolution may not be enough for some people.
  • No HDR support.
5.5 HDR Gaming

The ASUS VG248QG doesn't support HDR.

  • 7.3 Mixed Usage
  • 7.2 Office
  • 8.4 Gaming
  • 6.9 Multimedia
  • 7.0 Media Creation
  • 5.5 HDR Gaming
  1. Updated Dec 01, 2021: Review published.
  2. Updated Nov 26, 2021: Early access published.

Test Results

perceptual testing image
Design
Design
Style
Curved No
Curve Radius Not Curved
Weight (without stand)
6.6 lbs (3.0 kg)
Weight (with stand)
11.5 lbs (5.2 kg)

The ASUS VG248QG has a simple design similar to other ASUS gaming monitors but with thick bezels. It has an all-black design with some red accents on the stand, and it has a gaming-oriented design on the back. There are also rubber covers to hide the screws, which is nice.

Design
Stand
Width
10.8" (27.5 cm)
Depth
8.2" (20.8 cm)

It comes with the same square-based stand that we normally see on ASUS monitors. It takes up a good amount of space on the desk, but there's still enough room that you can place stuff in front, like your keyboard and mouse.

9.2
Design
Ergonomics
Height Adjustment
5.1" (13.0 cm)
Switch Portrait/Landscape Yes, Both Ways
Swivel Range -90° to 90°
Tilt Range -32.5° to 5°

The ASUS VG248QG has incredible ergonomics. It has a wide swivel range, and you can rotate it into portrait mode in either direction, both of which are a nice addition to a budget-friendly monitor.

Design
Back
Wall Mount VESA 100x100

The back of the ASUS VG248QG is plastic with a few etched designs. There are vents on either side, and there's a Kensington lock on the right side of the back. There's also a cutout in the stand for cable management.

Design
Borders
Borders
0.5" (1.2 cm)

The borders are thicker than most modern monitors, so they're not ideal for multi-monitor setups, but they're still not distracting if you use the monitor on its own.

Design
Thickness
Thickness (with stand)
6.7" (17.0 cm)
Thickness (without stand)
2.1" (5.4 cm)

As the stand is a bit on a tilt, the distance between the viewer and the screen depends on the height it's at.

7.5
Design
Build Quality

The ASUS VG248QG 24 has good build quality, better than most entry-level monitors. The all-plastic construction feels solid, and even though there's some flex to the bezels and back panel, it's nothing to worry about. The stand also holds the screen well, and the ergonomic adjustments are solid.

Picture Quality
5.9
Picture Quality
Contrast
Native Contrast
950 : 1
Contrast With Local Dimming
N/A

The ASUS VG248QG has a TN panel with a low contrast ratio, so blacks look gray when viewed in the dark. Contrast varies between units, but we don't expect it to be much higher for a TN panel. VA monitors like the Lenovo D27-30 look much better in a dark room.

0
Picture Quality
Local Dimming
Local Dimming
No
Backlight
Edge

The ASUS VG248QG doesn't have a local dimming feature. We still film the video so you can see how the backlight performs versus other monitors.

7.5
Picture Quality
SDR Peak Brightness
SDR Real Scene
294 cd/m²
SDR Peak 2% Window
309 cd/m²
SDR Peak 10% Window
311 cd/m²
SDR Peak 25% Window
312 cd/m²
SDR Peak 50% Window
312 cd/m²
SDR Peak 100% Window
312 cd/m²
SDR Sustained 2% Window
308 cd/m²
SDR Sustained 10% Window
311 cd/m²
SDR Sustained 25% Window
311 cd/m²
SDR Sustained 50% Window
312 cd/m²
SDR Sustained 100% Window
312 cd/m²
SDR ABL
0.001

The SDR peak brightness is good. Although it's not as bright as the advertised 350 cd/m² peak brightness, it's still close enough, and it's bright enough for a room with a few lights around. Brightness is consistent across scenes, and even though small highlights are slightly dimmer, it's not noticeable. We tested the peak brightness after calibration in the 'User' Picture Mode with Brightness at its max.

0
Picture Quality
HDR Peak Brightness
HDR Real Scene
N/A
HDR Peak 2% Window
N/A
HDR Peak 10% Window
N/A
HDR Peak 25% Window
N/A
HDR Peak 50% Window
N/A
HDR Peak 100% Window
N/A
HDR Sustained 2% Window
N/A
HDR Sustained 10% Window
N/A
HDR Sustained 25% Window
N/A
HDR Sustained 50% Window
N/A
HDR Sustained 100% Window
N/A
HDR ABL
N/A

The ASUS VG248QG doesn't support HDR.

6.0
Picture Quality
Horizontal Viewing Angle
Color Washout From Left
29°
Color Washout From Right
35°
Color Shift From Left
25°
Color Shift From Right
25°
Brightness Loss From Left
44°
Brightness Loss From Right
48°
Black Level Raise From Left
20°
Black Level Raise From Right
23°
Gamma Shift From Left
23°
Gamma Shift From Right
23°

The ASUS VG248QG has mediocre horizontal viewing angles. TN panels are known to have narrow viewing angles, and this one is no exception. The image quickly loses accuracy, and it also looks like it has a yellow tint when viewing from wide angles. If wide viewing angles are important to you, check out the Dell S2421H, which is a very similar monitor with an IPS panel.

4.9
Picture Quality
Vertical Viewing Angle
Color Washout From Below
12°
Color Washout From Above
37°
Color Shift From Below
22°
Color Shift From Above
52°
Brightness Loss From Below
24°
Brightness Loss From Above
34°
Black Level Raise From Below
22°
Black Level Raise From Above
46°
Gamma Shift From Below
Gamma Shift From Above

Once again, the vertical viewing angles are bad. A distinct problem with TN panels is how the vertical viewing angles are worse from the bottom than the top. The image looks inverted when viewing from below, so we don't suggest mounting it above eye level.

7.4
Picture Quality
Gray Uniformity
50% Std. Dev.
8.526%
50% DSE
0.122%
5% Std. Dev.
1.564%
5% DSE
0.069%

The ASUS VG248QG 24 has decent gray uniformity. The top of the screen is noticeably darker than the rest, but this is because of the narrow viewing angles and how the image looks worse when viewing from below than from above. Luckily, there's not much dirty screen effect in the center. Uniformity is better in near-dark scenes, but there's some backlight bleed along the bottom edge. Keep in mind that uniformity can vary between units.

4.9
Picture Quality
Black Uniformity
Native Std. Dev.
2.745%
Std. Dev. w/ L.D.
N/A

The black uniformity is poor. There's clouding throughout, and the screen looks blue due to the low contrast. It's not the worst for a TN panel, but even though uniformity can vary between units, we don't expect the uniformity to be much better on other units.

6.8
Picture Quality
Pre Calibration
Picture Mode
sRGB
Luminance
208 cd/m²
Luminance Settings
N/A
Contrast Setting
N/A
RGB Controls
Default
Gamma Setting
No Gamma Setting
Color Temperature
7,470 K
White Balance dE
3.91
Color dE
3.38
Gamma
2.24

The ASUS VG248QG has okay out-of-the-box accuracy. We used the sRGB mode, which has some inaccuracies to most colors and the white balance. It also has a cold color temperature, giving the image a blue tint. Gamma seems to follow the sRGB target well, but most scenes are too dark. The sRGB mode locks you out of most picture settings, including brightness and contrast, and that out-of-the-box accuracy may vary between units.

9.6
Picture Quality
Post Calibration
Picture Mode
User
Luminance
99 cd/m²
Luminance Settings
20
Contrast Setting
75
RGB Controls
100-91-90
Gamma Setting
No Gamma Setting
Color Temperature
6,533 K
White Balance dE
0.45
Color dE
0.67
Gamma
2.16

The accuracy after calibration is incredible. Any remaining inaccuracies to the color and white balance can't be spotted by the naked eye, and the color temperature is nearly spot-on with our 6500 K target. However, gamma didn't improve as scenes are slightly too bright now.

You can download our ICC profile calibration here. This is provided for reference only and shouldn't be used, as the calibration values vary per individual unit even for the same model due to manufacturing tolerances.

8.6
Picture Quality
SDR Color Gamut
sRGB xy
98.3%
Adobe RGB xy
74.5%
sRGB Picture Mode
User
Adobe RGB Picture Mode
User

The ASUS VG248QG has an excellent SDR color gamut. It has near-perfect coverage of the sRGB color space used in most content, but its coverage of the Adobe RGB color space used in photo editing is limited.

8.5
Picture Quality
SDR Color Volume
sRGB In ICtCp
93.3%
Adobe RGB In ICtCp
76.6%
sRGB Picture Mode
User
Adobe RGB Picture Mode
User

The SDR color volume is excellent. It's limited by its low contrast, so it can't display dark colors, but other than that, it displays colors at different shades well.

0
Picture Quality
HDR Color Gamut
Wide Color Gamut
N/A
DCI P3 xy
N/A
Rec. 2020 xy
N/A
DCI P3 Picture Mode
No HDR
Rec. 2020 Picture Mode
No HDR

The ASUS VG248QG doesn't support HDR.

0
Picture Quality
HDR Color Volume
DCI-P3 In ICtCp
N/A
Rec. 2020 In ICtCp
N/A
DCI P3 Picture Mode
No HDR
Rec. 2020 Picture Mode
No HDR

The ASUS VG248QG doesn't support HDR.

9.8
Picture Quality
Image Retention
IR After 0 Min Recovery
0.06%
IR After 2 Min Recovery
0.00%
IR After 4 Min Recovery
0.00%
IR After 6 Min Recovery
0.00%
IR After 8 Min Recovery
0.00%
IR After 10 Min Recovery
0.00%

There are some minor signs of temporary image retention after displaying a high-contrast static image, but it disappears quickly. Also, this may vary between units.

8.0
Picture Quality
Gradient
Color Depth
8 Bit

The ASUS VG248QG only supports a maximum bandwidth of 8-bit, so there's banding typical of 8-bit signals, mostly seen in darker shades.

10
Picture Quality
Color Bleed
Pixel Row Error
0.002%
Pixel Column Error
0.005%

There aren't any signs of color bleed on our unit. It can vary between units, but it's rarely an issue with regular content.

8.4
Picture Quality
Reflections
Screen Finish
Matte
Total Reflections
4.6%
Indirect Reflections
4.2%
Calculated Direct Reflections
0.3%

The ASUS VG248QG 24 has impressive reflection handling, which is a nice touch for a cheap monitor. It absorbs light well and does a good job at diffusing it, so you don't get mirror-like reflections. Combined with its high peak brightness, visibility won't be an issue in most rooms.

7.0
Picture Quality
Text Clarity
Sub-Pixel Layout
RGB

The ASUS VG248QG has decent text clarity. Despite having a 1080p resolution, the smaller screen helps achieve a higher pixel density, which improves the text clarity. Enabling Windows ClearType (top photo) makes diagonal lines more clear to see.

Motion
9.6
Motion
Response Time @ Max Refresh Rate
Best Overdrive Setting
40
Rise / Fall Time
3.7 ms
Total Response Time
7.3 ms
Overshoot Error
0.3%
Dark Rise / Fall Time
1.7 ms
Dark Total Response Time
3.7 ms
Dark Overshoot Error
1.3%

Overdrive SettingResponse Time ChartResponse Time TablesMotion Blur Photo
0ChartTablePhoto
20ChartTablePhoto
40ChartTablePhoto
60ChartTablePhoto
80ChartTablePhoto
100ChartTablePhoto

The ASUS VG248 has an incredible response time at its max refresh rate of 165Hz. Motion looks smooth thanks to the quick response time with minimal overshoot on the recommended '40' overdrive setting. We recommend setting it to '40' because it has the fastest response time without introducing much overshoot, but '60' is even quicker with a bit more overshoot if you don't mind that. It performs much better than the Dell S2421H.

8.6
Motion
Response Time @ 60Hz
Best Overdrive Setting
40
Rise / Fall Time
2.9 ms
Total Response Time
14.1 ms
Overshoot Error
5.6%
Dark Rise / Fall Time
1.3 ms
Dark Total Response Time
15.4 ms
Dark Overshoot Error
12.7%

Overdrive SettingResponse Time ChartResponse Time TablesMotion Blur Photo
0ChartTablePhoto
20ChartTablePhoto
40ChartTablePhoto
60ChartTablePhoto
80ChartTablePhoto
100ChartTablePhoto

The response time at 60Hz is excellent, but there's more motion blur than at its max refresh rate. The overdrive settings perform strangely here; the '40' setting has the quickest total response time out of them all, as '60', '80', and '100' have an even slower total response time, but with a quicker rise/fall time and more overshoot, leading to inverse ghosting. The '40' setting has overshoot too, so if that bothers you, you can use '20', but that means you'll have to change the overdrive setting if the frame rate of your game drops.

10
Motion
Image Flicker
Flicker-Free Yes
PWM Dimming Frequency
0 Hz

The ASUS VG248QG monitor has a completely flicker-free backlight at all backlight levels, which helps reduce eye strain. It's different from the ASUS VG248QE, which had a unique flicker of about six times the refresh rate.

7.7
Motion
Black Frame Insertion (BFI)
Black Frame Insertion (BFI)
Yes
BFI Maximum Frequency
120 Hz
BFI Minimum Frequency
85 Hz

The ASUS VG248QG 24 has a backlight strobing feature, commonly known as black frame insertion, to reduce persistence blur. It flickers within a narrow range, and you can't use it at the same time as VRR; it does a good job at reducing motion blur, but the flicker is a bit off, which leads to some image duplication behind fast-moving objects. Keep in mind that the BFI scoring is based on the flicker range and not the actual performance.

9.2
Motion
Refresh Rate
Native
165 Hz
Max Refresh Rate
165 Hz
Variable Refresh Rate
Yes
FreeSync
Yes
G-SYNC
Compatible (NVIDIA Certified)
VRR Maximum
165 Hz
VRR Minimum
< 20 Hz
VRR Supported Connectors DisplayPort, HDMI

The ASUS VG248QG has a high 165Hz refresh rate, an upgrade from the 144Hz ASUS VG248QE. You can achieve the entire refresh rate range and both the native FreeSync support and G-SYNC compatibility over a DisplayPort connection. Over HDMI, the max refresh rate is 144Hz, and only FreeSync works.

Inputs
9.4
Inputs
Input Lag
Native Resolution
4.2 ms
Native Resolution @ 60Hz
9.9 ms
Variable Refresh Rate
4.3 ms
Variable Refresh Rate @ 60Hz
10.0 ms
10 Bit HDR
N/A
Black Frame Insertion (BFI)
20.2 ms

The ASUS VG248QG 24 has low input lag for a responsive gaming experience. It doesn't increase with VRR enabled, but strangely it increases with the BFI feature enabled. We measured the BFI input lag at 120Hz, and without it, we measured a lag of 5.2 ms, so the BFI increases the lag by about 15 ms. It's still low enough that most people won't notice it, but it's not ideal for competitive gaming.

7.1
Inputs
Resolution And Size
Native Resolution 1920 x 1080
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Megapixels 2.1 MP
Pixel Density
92 PPI
Screen Diagonal 24.0"
Screen Area 245 in²

The ASUS VG248QG gaming monitor doesn't have the biggest screen or highest resolution, but it's still good enough for gamers.

Inputs
Inputs
Inputs
Total Inputs
DisplayPort 1 (DP 1.2)
Mini DisplayPort No
HDMI 1 (HDMI 1.4)
DVI 1 (DVI-D, dual link)
VGA No
DisplayPort Out No
USB No
USB C No
Analog Audio Out 3.5mm 1
Microphone In 3.5mm No
Digital Optical Audio Out No
Analog Audio Out RCA No
Power Supply External Brick

Unlike many monitors, the ASUS VG248 has a DVI input, and the HDMI input supports HDMI 1.4 bandwidth instead of HDMI 2.0, but that doesn't make much of a difference since it has a 1080p resolution. In addition to the Analog Audio Output, it has an audio input, so you can connect an aux cord between your PC and the monitor and use the speakers.

Features
Features
Additional Features
RGB Illumination
No
Speakers
Yes
HDR10 No
Multiple Input Display
No

The ASUS VG248QG has a few extra features to improve the user experience, including:

  • Blue Light Filter: Removes blue light, which helps reduce eye strain.
  • Crosshair: Ability to add a virtual crosshair on the screen that your system won't detect.
  • Display Alignment: Adds a grid on the screen so you can align it in a multi-monitor setup.
  • FPS Counter: Displays the current frame rate of your source.
  • Timer: Adds a timer on the screen.

Features
On-Screen Display (OSD)
Features
Controls

There's a joystick and four buttons on the back right side to control the on-screen menu.

Features
In The Box

  • DisplayPort cable
  • Power cable and power supply
  • User guides

Differences Between Sizes And Variants

We tested the ASUS VG248QG, which is only available in a 24 inch size. It's an updated version of the ASUS VG248QE, with a higher 165Hz native refresh rate and VRR support. 

If someone comes across a different type of panel or if their VG248QG doesn't correspond to our review, let us know, and we'll update the review. Note that some tests, like gray uniformity, may vary between units.

Our unit was manufactured in June 2021, and you can see the label here.

Compared To Other Monitors

The ASUS VG248QG is an impressive gaming monitor that offers good value for gamers, considering it's an entry-level monitor. It has incredible motion handling, thanks to the TN panel. It also has some downsides to its picture quality, like the narrow viewing angles, low contrast, and uniformity issues. It does its job if you need something cheap, but there are monitors with IPS panels that are more versatile, like the AOC 24G2.

Also see our recommendations for the best monitors under $200, the best 1080p monitors, and the best gaming monitors.

AOC 24G2

The ASUS VG248QG and the AOC 24G2 are impressive for gaming, but the AOC is more versatile due to the different panel types. The AOC has an IPS panel with wider viewing angles than the TN panel on the ASUS, and while it gets brighter, the ASUS has better reflection handling. Motion handling is incredible on both, but the ASUS has a higher 165Hz refresh rate compared to 144Hz on the AOC. Colors look better on the AOC because it displays a wider color gamut and has better out-of-the-box accuracy, but the latter may vary between units.

ASUS VG248QE

The ASUS VG248QG is an updated version of the ASUS VG248QE with a few extra features. The VG248QG has a higher 165Hz refresh rate compared to 144Hz on the VG248QE, and it has VRR support, which the VG248QE doesn't have. The VG248QG also has much better ergonomics with a wider swivel range, and you can rotate the screen into portrait mode in either direction. They each have fantastic motion handling, but the VG248QG has a flicker-free backlight at all brightness levels. Picture quality is about the same between each, and while the VG248QE has better out-of-the-box accuracy, this may vary between units.

BenQ ZOWIE XL2411P

The ASUS VG248QG is better for gaming than the BenQ ZOWIE XL2411P. The ASUS has a few extra features for gamers, like a higher 165Hz refresh rate and VRR support, which the BenQ doesn't have. The ASUS also has much better motion handling thanks to the quicker response time, especially at 60Hz, and it has better ergonomics thanks to the wider swivel range. The BenQ gets brighter, but the ASUS has better reflection handling, so they both perform well in bright rooms.

ASUS VG279QM

The ASUS VG279QM is better for gaming than the ASUS VG248QG, mainly because it has a different panel type and a higher refresh rate. The VG279QM has a native 240Hz refresh rate that you can overclock to 280Hz, while the VG248QG has a 165Hz native refresh rate. The VG279QM also has a quicker response time of 60Hz for better motion handling, and its IPS panel has wider viewing angles. The VG279QM also supports HDR, which the VG248QG doesn't, but it doesn't add much because it has a low contrast ratio. While the VG279QM gets a bit brighter, the VG248QG has much better reflection handling, so it's a better choice for well-lit rooms.

Gigabyte M27Q

The ASUS VG248QG and the Gigabyte M27Q are different types of gaming monitors, but the M27Q is much more versatile. The Gigabyte has a 27 inch IPS panel with a 1440p resolution, and it has wide viewing angles, while the ASUS has a 24 inch screen with a 1080p resolution and a TN panel. The Gigabyte supports HDR and has a better selection of inputs, including two USB 3.0 inputs and a USB-C input, none of which the ASUS has. They each have a quick response time at their max refresh rate, while the Gigabyte has a slightly faster response time at 60Hz. The ASUS has a few advantages, like much better reflection handling and much better ergonomics.

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