EIZO FORIS FS2735 FreeSync Monitor has two FreeSync Ranges

EIZO FORIS FS2735 FreeSync Monitor has two FreeSync Ranges

EIZO FORIS FS2735 FreeSync Monitor has two FreeSync Ranges

EIZO FORIS FS2735 FreeSync Monitor has two FreeSync Ranges

 

The EIZO FORIS FS2735 1440p 144Hz FreeSync Monitor has two FreeSync Ranges/modes, allowing the user to choose between a range of 35-90Hz or 56-144Hz. This allows this monitors users to choose how low or high that they want the FreeSync range of this monitor to be, allowing it to cope well with lower or higher framerates. 

It is a shame that the monitor has the be limited to either of these options, but it is great that this monitor ships with both options in the monitors UI, instead of limiting the monitor to a single option. 

 

     This monitor comes with a 27-inch IPS panel with a 2560 x 1440 resolution. It also has a 144Hz refresh rate and AMD FreeSync compatibility. Enhance your gaming experience with EIZO’s G-Ignition Mobile software for adjusting the monitor’s settings with your smartphone and G-Ignition Drive cloud service for uploading and sharing your gaming presets.

 

 

The FORIS FS2735 has a slim cabinet design. The backside features a sleek horizontal red stripe and silver EIZO logo. Below the stripe is a handle for carrying the monitor to a LAN party or gaming event. Dual one-watt speakers are built into the back of the monitor. For viewing comfort, the stand provides 155 mm of height adjustment, 40° of tilt (35° up and 5° down), and 180° of pivot (90° right and left). A cable holder on the stand contributes to a clutter-free desktop.

One DisplayPort, two HDMI, and one DVI-D input provide connectivity with PCs, consoles, Blu-ray players and cameras. A USB 3.0 hub with one upstream and two downstream ports lets users connect to USB 3.0-compliant storage devices. A line-out jack for connecting to external speakers and a headphone jack provide further functionality.

 

  EIZO FORIS FS2735 FreeSync Monitor has two FreeSync Ranges  

This monitor uses an IPC panel and has a maximum refresh rate of 144Hz and a user defined FreeSync range, which is detailed in the table above.

 

You can join the discussion on Eizo's Foris FS2735 FreeSync monitor on the OC3D Forums.   

 

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24-11-2015, 01:48:57

NeverBackDown
Wow scalar technology has come a long way as well as IPS panels. An IPS panel capable of 144hz? That's a first iirc(outside of Gsync scalar modules) and supports Freesync. Quite an achievement.

Though while this is great that it has options for either, I still feel it'd be rather annoying to constantly change the refresh rate. It'd be better if it was based off .exe files and would auto detect which refresh rate to change too using a profile system or something of the sort. Like for instance people who play LoL would prefer the 144hz preset due to it's low complexity, while others playing say GTA,Syndicate, Witcher 3, etc, would prefer the "low" preset because they more than likely won't be hitting over 90FPS with a resolution of 1440p. While doing this would be amazing i'm not sure if it's even possible:/Quote

24-11-2015, 03:01:01

xnax2802
From a production/sales PoV, what's the advantage of implementing two scalers instead of a full range one? Price?

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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Wow scalar technology has come a long way as well as IPS panels. An IPS panel capable of 144hz? That's a first iirc(outside of Gsync scalar modules) and supports Freesync. Quite an achievement.
The ASUS MG279Q is a 1440p IPS panel capable of 144hz as well Quote

24-11-2015, 13:58:36

NeverBackDown
Quote:
Originally Posted by xnax2802 View Post
From a production/sales PoV, what's the advantage of implementing two scalers instead of a full range one? Price?



The ASUS MG279Q is a 1440p IPS panel capable of 144hz as well
Ah you are right the Asus is. I don't think it's 30-144 though. If it is then wow where have I been I want that
This Eizo monitor is probably not using a scalar that's as quick so it supports two different modes. The Asus is probably using a more expensive/quicker one.Quote

24-11-2015, 15:17:24

xnax2802
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Ah you are right the Asus is. I don't think it's 30-144 though. If it is then wow where have I been I want that
This Eizo monitor is probably not using a scalar that's as quick so it supports two different modes. The Asus is probably using a more expensive/quicker one.
The FS range on the ASUS is 35-90, I believeQuote

24-11-2015, 15:48:48

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by xnax2802 View Post
The FS range on the ASUS is 35-90, I believe
Its advertising itself as 144 though?Quote
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