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Acer's G-Sync HDR Predator X27 4K 144Hz display listed on Newegg for $1999

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Acer's G-Sync HDR Predator X27 has been listed on NewEgg for $1999

Acer's G-Sync HDR Predator X27 4K 144Hz display listed on Newegg for $1999

Acer's upcoming G-Sync HDR Predator X27 display has been listed on Newegg for $1,999.99, giving PC gamers in the US the ability to pre-order this display before its release on June 1st. 

The specifications of this display area already well known within hardware circles, using an AU Optronics 27-inch HDR 10 compliant display and a G-Sync module to offer a 4K display resolution, a refresh rate of up to 144Hz, G-Sync variable refresh rate support and full HDR10 functionality.   

Newegg lists this monitor with a brightness of 600 nits and a peak brightness of 1,000 nits, offering users a 4ms Grey-to-Grey response time with support for 10-bit colour, 99% Adobe RGB support and a "Predator Shield" that can connect to the edges of the display. 

The X27 can support Full 4K resolutions at up to 120Hz, or 144Hz using the display's OC mode, using DisplayPort 1.4, though the monitor also ships with HDMI 2.0 support for use with "4K" HDR consoles like the Xbox One X and PS4 Pro. The Acer Predator X27 also supports a 4-way USB 3.0 hub. From the looks of it, Acer's Predator X27 will not ship with Tobii Eye tracking capabilities, which are available on some of Acer's other Predator gaming displays.  

  

Acer's G-Sync HDR Predator X27 has been listed on NewEgg for $1999

 

It is likely that ASUS' upcoming ROG Swift PG27UQ will ship with a similar price tag, giving the nigh identical specifications of both displays. At this time we do not have an exact UK or EU price for the Acer Predator X27. 

You can join the discussion on Acer's G-Sync HDR Predator X27 4K 144Hz display selling for $1999 on Newegg on the OC3D Forums.  

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18-05-2018, 09:20:43

AlienALX
I wouldn't give a kidney stone for that crap.Quote

18-05-2018, 09:34:40

Dicehunter
The last time we had a big monitor break through was 1440P 144Hz and I remember all the problems I had with the first 1440P 144Hz panels quite well, I'll stick to Ultrawide 120Hz for at least 2+ years yet until all the manufacturing issues are ironed out and price starts to come down.Quote

18-05-2018, 09:53:41

N0ddie
Ouch, I thought the bigger versions would be that price lol.

Think I'll just go for the ASUS 34" 3440 x 1440.Quote

18-05-2018, 10:32:08

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by N0ddie View Post
Ouch, I thought the bigger versions would be that price lol.

Think I'll just go for the ASUS 34" 3440 x 1440.

Probably won't be much cheaper, I'd wait at least 6 months for the initial buggy batches to be shifted.Quote

18-05-2018, 13:30:33

stealth80
They surely aren't expecting to move these in high volumes, 4k 6oFPS isn't even really do-able yet without some serious horsepower, so, were saying what, $3500 for 4k 144hz (wont even hit 144hz) with 2x 1080ti..Quote
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