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ViewSonic announce 3 new FreeSync monitors

ViewSonic announce 3 new FreeSync monitors

ViewSonic announce 3 new FreeSync monitors

ViewSonic announce 3 new FreeSync monitors

 

ViewSonic has announced 3 new FreeSync monitors, two 1080p 144Hz monitors and one 4K 60Hz monitor. 

The first two monitors are the 1080p 144Hz XG2401 and XG2701, which use a 24" or a 27" TN panel with a response rate of 1ms. Both of these monitors are designed to deliver gamers with a high refresh rate and low latency experience.

The third monitor is a 27 inch 4K IPS display which has offers clear rich colours and a low 5ms input lag.    

  

ViewSonic announce 3 new FreeSync monitors  ViewSonic announce 3 new FreeSync monitors  

 

All of these monitors are able to use AMD's FreeSync technology, giving this monitor a a tear free gaming experience with a variable refresh technology, giving gamers a clearer and more fluid gaming experience. 

All of these monitors will also have a highly adjustable stand, allowing the monitor to be tilted, twisted and adjusted to your liking, allowing these monitors to be setup in the most ideal way for the user. 

 

ViewSonic announce 3 new FreeSync monitors  ViewSonic announce 3 new FreeSync monitors  

 

Right now these monitors are priced as follows in the US, but this monitor is expected to be available in the EU soon. 

 

- The XG2401 is available now for $299.99 (USD)

- The XG2701 is available now for $399.99 (USD)

 

 

You can join the discussion on ViewSonic's 3 new FreeSync monitors on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

08-02-2016, 13:05:09

NeverBackDown
Motherboards, graphics cards, and now monitors.. all red! What's next?

Is there any news on the freesync range?Quote

08-02-2016, 13:20:16

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Motherboards, graphics cards, and now monitors.. all red! What's next?

Is there any news on the freesync range?
for the 1080p monitors it is very likely that they will use AMD's Low framerate compensation tech to make it effectively 1-144Hz

No idea what the range is but if the maximum is more than 2.5x the minimum AMD will use LFC to compensate.


No idea what it will be for the 60Hz 4K monitor.Quote

08-02-2016, 15:50:38

demonking
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Motherboards, graphics cards, and now monitors.. all red! What's next?

Is there any news on the freesync range?
its going in trends. Black and red is the new black and blue. White is always trying to get in the spot light and if u go black and green you are an Nvidia fan boy Quote

08-02-2016, 16:45:15

Kushiro
Give my my WHITE!!!! Black red seems so inappropriate for office use. Black with white LEDs is only just passable.Quote

08-02-2016, 20:28:28

NeverBackDown
Quote:
Originally Posted by WYP View Post
for the 1080p monitors it is very likely that they will use AMD's Low framerate compensation tech to make it effectively 1-144Hz

No idea what the range is but if the maximum is more than 2.5x the minimum AMD will use LFC to compensate.


No idea what it will be for the 60Hz 4K monitor.
Doubt it'll be 1-144hz. Probably 30-144hz at best. I don't see a reason for any sort of dynamic refresh rate under 30hz, it's still not going to improve it. 30-144hz is perfect imoQuote
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