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BenQ announces their new EX3200R 31.5-inch 144Hz FreeSync Monitor

BenQ announces their new EX3200R 31.5-inch 144Hz FreeSync Monitor

BenQ announces their new EX3200R 31.5-inch 144Hz  FreeSync Monitor

BenQ announces their new EX3200R 31.5-inch 144Hz FreeSync Monitor

 
BenQ is soon going to release their new EX3200R FreeSync display, a monitor that BenQ market as an entertainment monitor with a display size of 31.5 inches and a refresh rate of 144Hz.
 

This display will come with support for AMD FreeSync support, with a FreeSync Range of 45-144Hz, a resolution of 1080p and a 1800R curve. This monitor uses a VA panel and offers a 4ms grey-grey response time and 8-bit colour depth.   

BenQ announces their new EX3200R 31.5-inch 144Hz  FreeSync Monitor  

This display will have a single DisplayPort 1.2a input, a mini DisplayPort input, an HDMI 1.4 input and a single headphone jack for audio connectivity. 

At this time BenQ has not released this monitor retail pricing, though it is expected to be released within the next few weeks. 

 

You can join the discussion on BenQ's EX 3200R 31.5-inch 1080p 144Hz display on the OC3D Forums

 

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06-10-2016, 07:06:57

Gambit2K
1080p is too low for even 27 inches, what are they thinking...Quote

06-10-2016, 08:59:48

dwatterworth
That Sync range though! Woah, that's more like it!!Quote

06-10-2016, 09:09:41

AngryGoldfish
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Originally Posted by dwatterworth View Post
That Sync range though! Woah, that's more like it!!
You sound surprised; BenQ already have a Freesync monitor with that frequency range. It was one of their first 1440p 144Hz monitors. I've owned it for a year now and it was out for months before that.Quote

06-10-2016, 12:05:10

NeverBackDown
I'd prefer 30-120hz tbh for 1440p. 45-144 would be better suited for 1080pQuote

06-10-2016, 12:06:55

AngryGoldfish
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
I'd prefer 30-120hz tbh for 1440p. 45-144 would be better suited for 1080p
That's the ideal range, yeah. I've never had a problem with 40-144Hz, though, especially with AMD's software that simulates the benefits of G-Sync.Quote
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