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    ViewSonic Launches VX2757-MHD 27In Full HD Gaming Monitor With FreeSync Tech


    Keeping it simple and affordable, ViewSonic released a 27-inch Full HD gaming monitor, the VX2757-MHD. It comes with AMD FreeSync technology to eliminate tearing, stuttering and input lag.
    The new 27-inch TN LED-backlight monitor supports a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and provides 1200:1 contrast ratio (DCR 80M:1), 300 cd/m2 brightness, 1.5ms (GTG) response time and 170/160 degree viewing angles.
    Utilizing ViewSonic’s Black Stabilization feature for ultimate visibility – provides heightened visibility and detail by brightening dark scenes, the VX2757-MHD comes equipped with built-in stereo speakers (2Wx2) and provides 1x D-Sub, 1x HDMI and 1x DisplayPort input ports.
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    The ViewSonic® VX2757-mhd is a 27” Full HD price-performance monitor built for gaming and entertainment. Equipped with VESA Adaptive-Sync Technology, this monitor’s variable refresh rate capabilities virtually eliminate screen tearing and stuttering for fluid game play during fast-paced action scenes. An ultra-fast 2ms response time and low input lag mode also provides smooth screen performance free from blurring or ghosting. For a game winning competitive edge, a Game Mode hot key optimizes gameplay for FPS, RTS and MOBA. On top of that, a black stabilization function helps you target enemies lurking in the dark, while enabling the monitor to maintain brilliantly rich colors and contrast for total immersion. Flexible connectivity options such as DisplayPort, HDMI, and VGA allow you to connect to your dedicated graphics card and gaming console. The VX2757-mhd features all the perks needed to dominate all your gaming and entertainment quests.
    With an ultra-fast 2ms response time, this monitor delivers smooth images without streaking, blurring or ghosting. For any and all fast-paced action sequences, you’ll be glad your monitor reacts as quickly as you do.
    The ViewSonic VX2757-MHD is available now for $239.99.
    Video Input
    SYNC
    Separate Sync, Composite Sync, Sync on Green, TMDS, PCI-E




    Display
    TYPE
    TN

    DYNAMIC CONTRAST RATIO
    80M:1

    PANEL SURFACE
    3H Anti-glare, hard-coating

    COLORS
    16.7M

    RESPONSE TIME (TYPICAL, GTG)
    1.5ms

    MINIMUM BACKLIGHT LIFE (HOURS)
    40,000

    BRIGHTNESS (TYP.)
    300 cd/m2

    LIGHT SOURCE
    LED

    VIEWING ANGLES
    170º horizontal, 160º vertical

    STATIC CONTRAST RATIO
    1200:1

    ASPECT RATIO
    16:9

    RESOLUTION
    1920 x 1080

    VIEWABLE AREA (IN.)
    27

    DISPLAY SIZE (IN.)
    27




    Compatibility
    PC RESOLUTION (MAX)
    Up to 1920x1080 non-interlaced

    MAC® RESOLUTION (MAX)
    Up to 1920x1080




    Connector
    3.5MM AUDIO IN
    1

    3.5MM AUDIO OUT
    1

    HDMI
    1

    VGA
    1

    DISPLAY PORT
    1




    Audio
    INTERNAL SPEAKERS
    2-watt (x2)




    Power
    ECO MODE (CONSERVE)
    15W

    CONSUMPTION (TYPICAL)
    28W

    CONSUMPTION (MAX)
    31W

    VOLTAGE
    100~240VAC (Auto Switching), 50-60Hz (universal)




    Additional Hardware
    KENSINGTON LOCK SLOT
    1




    Controls
    PHYSICAL CONTROLS
    1, 2, Down, Up, GameMode, Power

    ON SCREEN DISPLAY
    Auto Image Adjust, Contrast/Brightness, Input Select, Audio Adjust, Color Adjust, Information, Manual Image Adjust, Advanced Image Adjust, Setup Menu, Memory Recall (See user guide for complete OSD functionality)




    Operating Conditions
    TEMPERATURE
    32-104º F (0–40º C)

    HUMIDITY (NON-CONDENSING)
    20-90%




    Mount
    VESA COMPATIBLE
    100 x 100 mm




    Video Signal
    FREQUENCY HORIZONTAL
    24~84kHz

    FREQUENCY VERTICAL
    47~75Hz






    Noticia:
    http://www.guru3d.com/news-story/vie...sync-tech.html
    http://www.portugal-tech.pt/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=566&dateline=1384876765

  2. #167
    Tech Ubër-Dominus Avatar de Jorge-Vieira
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    ASUS MG278Q, MG279Q and PG279Q review: three 144Hz WQHD gaming monitors

    144Hz WQHD for any budget (however, starting at 550 euro)

    Introduction

    Middle of 2014 Asus brought out the first gaming WQHD monitor, the Republic of Gamers “Swift” PG278Q. And for quite some time it was all alone on the market because Asus exclusively had the panel technology. Since then the technology and the competition have caught up. This does not seem to bother Asus as they have been popping out WQHD screens one after the other lately. In this article we will check out the MG278Q, the MG279Q and the PG279Q.

    ASUS PG279Q, the first 165Hz monitor
    We can imagine that you are asking yourself what the difference between the three Asus screens is because at first sight they all seem to be WQHD (2560x1440) 144Hz monitors. Below is a small table for the clarification.
    Model Resolution Maximum refresh rate Sync-technology Sync-range Panel type Avg. price
    PG278Q 2560x1440 144Hz G-Sync 30-144Hz TN € 730
    MG278Q 2560x1440 144Hz FreeSync 35-144Hz TN € 550
    MG279Q 2560x1440 144Hz FreeSync 30-90Hz IPS € 650
    PG279Q 2560x1440 165Hz G-Sync 30-165Hz IPS (AHVA) € 900
    As you can see, they are different in terms of the maximum refresh rate, panel technology used and definitely the price. If you have an AMD graphics card and want to use FreeSync, you should be looking at the M models. With an Nvidia GPU and the G-sync feature the PG models are going to be more suitable for you. If you do not put too much importance in synchronisation, you have the choice of all four.
    However, there are more differences: the MG278Q and the PG278Q both have TN panels as a base, with the accompanying limitations of the viewing angle and the potential of a good reaction time. The MG279Q and the PG279Q are built on an IPS panel which means slower response times, but often a (much) better colour display. On the other hand we do see really good TN panels and not every IPS panel gives good results, testing is required. And this is exactly what we did.
    Before we go into any more detail, let’s talk about the price. A “regular” 60Hz WQHD monitor with a 27” TN panel can be purchased for some 270 pounds / 350 euros, an IPS panel of the same size will cost you around 386 pounds / 500 euros. The screens in this review all have a minimum refresh rate of 144Hz and are noticeably pricier, also higher demands are put on the scaler as we see a price difference of some 77 pounds / 100 euros-150 pounds / 200 euros. If you would like G-Sync which is a premium feature then you are looking at another 60 pounds / 80 euros-77 pounds / 100 euroson top of that. If you want to have the state of art performance of the refresh rate higher than 144Hz then you will have to consider an even higher budget.
    On the other hand, you could in July 2014 for 150 pounds / 200 eurosless get a 144Hz WQHD screen without the G-sync. It has been mentioned often enough that the value of G-sync in a high frequency screen much less than on a screen with a 60Hz refresh rate. On top of that at the end of 2015 the choices have only grown and that needs to be considered too.
    Enough with the introduction, want to read more about the screens?
    Toda a review:
    http://uk.hardware.info/reviews/6486...aming-monitors
    http://www.portugal-tech.pt/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=566&dateline=1384876765

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    ViewSonic XG2401 24-inch FreeSync Monitor Review

    ViewSonic is the latest major display manufacturer to add FreeSync to its lineup. Today, we're testing the 24-inch XG2401. It's a FHD/TN screen with a 144Hz refresh rate and ultra-fast panel response.
    There seems to be no shortage of premium gaming displays available with QHD resolution, high-end IPS panels and adaptive refresh. But not everyone wants to spend $600 and up on a monitor; especially if their video card is of the value-priced variety.
    Thanks to FreeSync and an implementation that requires only DisplayPort 1.2 and no additional hardware, adaptive refresh can be added to an AMD-based system for an easier-to-live-with price. But don't think that means a free lunch. You will have to give up a few features if you want an optimized gaming experience for less than $350.

    The two principal factors separating the expensive displays from inexpensive ones are resolution and panel tech. Naturally, more gamers want the 2560x1440 pixels of a QHD monitor. It doesn't take a thousand-dollar graphics board to drive most games to about 50fps at that density. But those extra dots will cost you at least $150 to $200 more. And if you want IPS instead of TN, plan on adding another $100 or so to the price tag.
    If your max budget for an adaptive-refresh display is $300 (at this writing), you can figure on putting a 24-inch FHD/TN screen with FreeSync on your desktop. Today, we're checking out one such example from ViewSonic: the XG2401.

    Products
    Pricing
    Panel Type & Backlight
    Screen Size & Aspect Ratio
    Max Resolution & Refresh
    FreeSync Range
    Native Color Depth & Gamut
    Response Time (GTG)
    Brightness
    Speakers
    Video Inputs
    Audio
    USB
    Power Consumption
    Panel Dimensions WxHxD w/base
    Panel Thickness
    Bezel Width
    Weight
    Warranty


    ViewSonic XG2401
    $299.99On Amazon
    TN / W-LED, edge array
    24in / 16:9
    1920x1080 @ 144Hz
    48-144Hz
    8-bit / sRGB
    1ms
    350cd/m2
    2 x 2w
    1 x DisplayPort 1.2a, 2 x HDMI
    3.5mm headphone output
    v3.0 - 1 x up, 2 x down
    32w typical
    22.3 x 17 x 9.1in, 566 x 432 x 321mm
    2.1in / 54mm
    .4-1in / 11-26mm
    14.5lbs / 6.6kg
    Three years





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    Yes the panel is FHD and TN, but we suggest putting any preconceived notions on hold until after you've seen our benchmark results. This is an extremely well-built monitor with class-leading contrast, excellent color accuracy and FreeSync right up to the panel's 144Hz maximum refresh rate.
    The 48Hz end of the XG2401's range may be a concern to those who can't maintain framerates above that consistently. But since you're only pushing 1920x1080 pixels, it won't take an expensive video card to maintain speeds north of 60fps.
    The backlight is a white LED in a flicker-free configuration. Rather than using pulse-width modulation, the XG2401 features constant current drive at all backlight levels. Very few people actually experience flicker but this arrangement ensures that no one will.
    Aside from a solid chassis and nice styling, there aren't too many bells and whistles here. There's no blur-reduction feature but ViewSonic's overdrive implementation works reasonably well. You also get an input lag option that lowers processing overhead for faster response to inputs. It will net you about two milliseconds.
    Toda a review:
    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...itor,4504.html
    http://www.portugal-tech.pt/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=566&dateline=1384876765

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    LG to release 27-Inch Full HD Monitor With AMD FreeSync Technology

    LS will release a new 27-inch monitor tagged under SKU codename 27MP68VQ-P. It's again a Full HD monitor, this round with an 27-inch AH-IPS LED-backlight monitor (w/ ultra-thin bezel design) provides 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution, 1000:1 contrast ratio (maximum 5 million:1), 250 cd/m2 brightness, 5ms (GTG) response time and 178/178 degree viewing angles..
    The product is FreeSync compatible. The monitor is also packed with a number of advanced features such as Black Stabilizer – to increase the visibility of the dark scene, Flicker-Safe function – for ensuring a zero-flickering viewing experience and Blue Light reduction function – for reducing eyestrain.
    For input ports, the 27MP68VQ-P provides 1x D-Sub, 1x DVI-D and 1x HDMI. The LG 27MP68VQ-P will begin shipping from April 25th for around 31,000 Yen (about $287).


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    http://www.guru3d.com/news-story/lg-...echnology.html
    http://www.portugal-tech.pt/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=566&dateline=1384876765

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    Primeiro monitor Freesync 2 já anunciado, powered by Samsung
    http://wccftech.com/first-hdr-amd-fr...0-1440p-144hz/.
    Grandes specs, btw
    Ideias sem Nexo e Provas do Tráfico de Hardware
    "que personifica o destino, equilíbrio e vingança divina." Dejá vú. Que cena!

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    Já andei a experimentar o Freesync com a 1070 e o meu monitor e funciona bem.
    Bastou instalar as drivers activar, nas opções e ligar o Freesync no monitor.


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    Instalei as drivers com a 1070 e tenho o monitor AOC g2460pf que supostamente não estava validado e consegui obter sucesso.

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    Se estiverem com problemas, podem reportar à nvidia aqui:
    https://surveys.nvidia.com/index.jsp...9d16106b36250b

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    A certos ecrãs que supostamente não funcionam. Eles dizem que andam a testar todos os ecrãs e só activam nos ecrãs que supostamente funcionam. No meu mal ligo o PC apareço um pequeno texto a dizer g-sync activado ecrã compatível. Nem precisei fazer nada.

    Enviado do meu ASUS_Z01RD através do Tapatalk

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    Ideias sem Nexo e Provas do Tráfico de Hardware
    "que personifica o destino, equilíbrio e vingança divina." Dejá vú. Que cena!

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    Mais 3 monitores certificados pela nvidia, com as novas drivers: GeForce Game Ready 419.35 WHQL drivers
    • Acer ED273 A
    • Acer XF250Q
    • BenQ XL2540-B / ZOWIE XL LCD


    Our Latest Game Ready Driver Optimizes Apex Legends, Devil May Cry 5 and The Division II, and Adds Support For New G-SYNC Compatible Gaming Monitors


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    Com as últimas drivers da nVidia, tivemos mais 2 monitores certificados para o Freesync (GSync Compatible).
    Aqui fica a lista completa.


    • Acer XV273K
    • Acer ED273A
    • Acer XFA240
    • Acer XF250Q
    • Acer XG270HU
    • Acer XZ321Q
    • Asus MG278Q
    • Asus XG248Q
    • Asus XG258Q
    • Asus VG258Q
    • Asus VG258QR
    • Asus VG278Q
    • Asus VG278QR
    • AOC AGON AG241QX
    • AOC G2590FX
    • BenQ XL2540
    • BenQ XL2740

 

 
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