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AOC Releases Two 1080p FreeSync Monitors

AOC Releases Two 1080p FreeSync Monitors

AOC Release Two 1080p FreeSync Monitors

AOC Releases Two New 1080p FreeSync Monitors

 

AOC have just release two new 1080p FreeSync monitors, both will have a 144Hz refresh rate TN panel and a response time of 1ms. 

For those who are not yet aware FreeSync is an Adaptive Framerate standard which allows a PC to synchronize your monitor's refresh rate with your GPU's output framerate, eliminating any visual shutter from games. While FreeSync can only be done through the display's Display port 1.2a connection, it will also have and HDMI and a dua-link DVI and VGA inputs, allowing other devices to be used on it.  

AOC's two latest monitors are the G2460PF and the G2770PF, which are 24", 27" and have prices of $350 and $450 (including taxes) respectively.  

 

AOC Release Two 1080p FreeSync Monitors 

 

It is great to see FreeSync coming to the market at the standard resolution of 1080p, as this brings the new technology to a more budget oriented market. Previously FreeSync was only available on more expensive 1440p panels, or on monitors which offer non-standard "ultra wide" aspect ratios, which are typically above the price range of the average PC gamer.  

Hopefully FreeSync and other Adaptive refresh technologies will continue to lower in price and become more widely available, as the benefits of such technologies are very beneficial for gaming. To put things into simple terms, once you experience a shutter free experience it is difficult to go back to a traditional fixed refresh rate monitor.

We will update you as soon as any 1080p FreeSync Monitors become available in the UK for sale. 

 

 

You can join the discussion on AOC's new 1080p FreeSync Monitors on the OC3D Forums.  

 

 

AOC have just release two new 1080p FreeSync monitors, both with a 144Hz refresh rate. FreeSync is finally coming to the...

Posted by OC3D on Tuesday, 23 June 2015
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Most Recent Comments

23-06-2015, 07:24:30

Tolemac
Oooh good news for 1080p players (like me)Quote

23-06-2015, 07:37:48

Chrazey
Still... this ROG theme going on. Why is every company on earth going for red accents everywhere? Quote

23-06-2015, 08:37:56

Kushiro
I know right? Its sometimes embarrassing to have people see my system cause it looks so childish with all the bling.Quote

23-06-2015, 09:31:52

Agost
"AOC's two latest monitors are the G2460PF and the G2770PF, which are 24", 27" and have prices of $350 and $450 (including taxes) respectively. "

Not so low end...

Moreover, 27" is to much for 1080p imho, I would have preferred 22"Quote

23-06-2015, 09:38:41

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by Agost View Post
"AOC's two latest monitors are the G2460PF and the G2770PF, which are 24", 27" and have prices of $350 and $450 (including taxes) respectively. "

Not so low end...

Moreover, 27" is to much for 1080p imho, I would have preferred 22"
I just hope that 1080p 60Hz monitors come soon with a freesync range of 30-60, would be perfect for the low end.Quote
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