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Acer reveals their Nitro XV273K 4K 144Hz FreeSync monitor

It's a lot cheaper than its G-Sync counterpart

Acer reveals their Nitro XV273K 4K 144Hz FreeSync monitor

Acer reveals their Nitro XV273K 4K 144Hz FreeSync monitor

Acer has unveiled a range of new monitors at IFA 2018, showcasing the company's new Nitro branding as well as the world's first 4K 144Hz FreeSync display. 

Nitro series monitors will all feature AMD's FreeSync technology, with Acer maintaining their Predator brand for their G-Sync complaint counterparts. The flagship of this new FreeSync lineup is Acer's XV273K, which is a 27-inch DisplayHDR 400 compliant monitor which uses an IPS panel to deliver an ultra-wide colour gamut which supports 90% of the DCI-P3 colour space.  

In their press release, Acer has not listed their XV273K as a FreeSync 2 monitor, which means one of two things. One, that it didn't pass AMD's FreeSync 2 certification process or that Acer has not submitted their display for FreeSync 2 accreditation yet. 

This monitor also has a G-Sync enabled counterpart, the Predator XB273K, which ships with Acers premium predator stand and a higher price tag. Acer's Predator XB273K will cost €1499 in Europe, whereas the FreeSync Nitro €1049.   

Acer reveals their Nitro XV273K 4K 144Hz FreeSync monitor  

Acer's Nitro XV273K monitor will release sometime in Q4 2018 in EMEA regions.

You can join the discussion on Acer's Nitro XV273K 4K 144Hz DisplayHDR400 FreeSync monitor on the OC3D Forums.  

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29-08-2018, 11:04:46

Daiyus
That's cool and all, but my current 4K panel at 28" feels a bit small. A screen this small really doesn't show off the difference between 2160p and 1440p, not to mention it's unusable for desktop work without scaling. I got this one cheap off a mate but I wouldn't bother going smaller than 32" for a new 4K screen.Quote

29-08-2018, 11:21:54

Dicehunter
4K needs a minimum of 32", Even when I'm at home I use a 49" 4K panel for my desktop stuff, Couldn't ever use 4K at such a small size especially with horrible windows scaling.Quote

29-08-2018, 11:34:12

WYP
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Originally Posted by Daiyus View Post
That's cool and all, but my current 4K panel at 28" feels a bit small. A screen this small really doesn't show off the difference between 2160p and 1440p, not to mention it's unusable for desktop work without scaling. I got this one cheap off a mate but I wouldn't bother going smaller than 32" for a new 4K screen.
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
4K needs a minimum of 32", Even when I'm at home I use a 49" 4K panel for my desktop stuff, Couldn't ever use 4K at such a small size especially with horrible windows scaling.
I agree, 1440p remains ideal for 27-inch screens. To make the best use of 4K you need a larger monitor to appreciate the difference.Quote

29-08-2018, 11:35:02

demonking
So 450 euros for G-sync? WowQuote

29-08-2018, 11:44:11

WYP
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Originally Posted by demonking View Post
So 450 euros for G-sync? Wow
Well, the G-Sync also has the gamery stand, but yeah, basically.

https://images.idgesg.net/images/art...0038-large.jpgQuote
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