|Standing screen display size||35 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||2560 x 1080 Curved FHD|
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Acer Predator Z35 35-inch Curved Full HD (2560 x 1080) NVIDIA G-Sync Display, 144Hz, 2x9w speakers, HDMI & DP
|Screen Size||35 Inches|
|Resolution||FHD 1080p Ultra Wide|
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- 27" 1800R full HD (1920 x 1080) Curved widescreen with NVIDIA G-SYNC technology
- Refresh rate: 144Hz (using Display port)
- Response time: 4ms.Brightness:300 nit
- Pixel Pitch: 0.3114mm
- Signal Inputs: 1 x Display port & 1 x HDMI
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Acer Predator Z35 bmiphz 34-inch Curved FullHD (2560x1080) NVIDIA G-Sync Display
Curved Gaming at Full Throttle
Get the edge on your opponents with a massive 35-inch UltraWide curved display with a lightning-fast refresh rate and NVIDIA G-SYNC. The Predator Z35 curved screen transforms your viewing experience drawing you deep into the action while NVIDIA G-SYNC technology eliminates screen tearing for an epic gaming experience. Combined with DTS Sound and a great design, this monitor is worthy of the most advanced gaming setups.
- 35" Curved Display
- 21:9 Aspect Ratio
- 2560 x 1080 (native and maximum)
- 144Hz (OverClocking to 200Hz) - Using Display Port
- 60Hz - Using HDMI Port
- 0.32025mm Pixel Pitch
- 4ms Response Time
- Ports: 1 x Display Port 1.2, 1 x HDMI 1.4 & 5 - USB 3.0 Ports (1 Up, 4 Down)
- Two built-in 9W DTS Sound speakers
Wrap Around Gaming
The Acer Predator Z35 curved G-SYNC gaming monitor completely immerses you in the game universe. The intense 35-inch Curved Display with UltraWide FHD (2560 x 1080) resolution shows all the details and draws you deep into the action. The curved wraps you in a world of entertainment with every corner of the screen at the same distance from your eyes for a uniform viewing experience without blind spots. Your gaming experience will never be the same again.
The UltraWide 21:9 aspect ratio presents a more immersive experience with a wider field of view which brings a better movie and game experience compared to a flat display of the same size, while the ZeroFrame design provides the maximum viewing experience and supports seamless multi-monitor setups perfectly.
Images come to life and games pop thanks to the 100% sRGB color gamut and 6-axis color adjustment ensuring the screen displays the highest standard of color accuracy desired by design professionals and photo enthusiasts. The display delivers this top-class color consistency at 178° viewing angles and cranks up color to the max.
Smooth Gaming Action
Get the buttery-smooth gameplay you’ve dreamed of. NVIDIA G-SYNC synchronizes the refresh rate of the monitor with your powerful GPU to eliminate screen tearing and minimize display stutter and input lag so scenes appear instantly, objects look sharper and game play is super smooth. The Predator Z35 comes clocked at 144Hz, but when overclocked, it can generally reach 200Hz, giving you even smoother gameplay without motion blur.
Acer’s Predator Z35 delivers ultra-smooth motion scenes and making gaming unreal. No matter how fast-moving the action is, Ultra Low Motion Blur (ULMB) technology makes moving objects appear perfectly sharp, without the annoying effects of smearing or ghosting.
What's gaming without the sound of whizzing bullets, crunching glass and huge explosions? Two built-in 9W DTS Sound speakers and Acer TrueHarmony technology provide sound you never expected from a display. Toss out your old desk speakers and enjoy world-class audio.
Get an in-game advantage with Predator GameView technology, allowing you to adjust dark boost levels, make precise color adjustments and set up aim points for hip-fire accuracy. This unique setting can be tweaked and saved in three custom profiles that you can easily switch between at any time.
The Acer Z35 curved monitor was designed with dynamic angles for the ultimate in gaming luxury. The solid stand with futuristic aluminum base is unique and the cable management hole helps keep things tidy. Four ambient lighting effects add a cool underneath glow and are easily adjusted in the settings. From a fixed light to different frequencies, your desk never looked this good.
Stay in your game for hours with EyeProtect’s Flicker-less and Blue-light Filtering technology. Give your neck a break too, the ergonomic stand lets you find your most comfortable view with tilts from -5°- 25° and can vertically adjustment up to 5-inches.
This high end monitor is designed to handle high rates of data transfers and has high-bandwidth connection ports like HDMI and DisplayPort. Four high-speed USB 3.0 ports make it easy to connect your mouse, keyboard, gaming headset and mobile. Plus, you can charge your smartphone or other portable device quickly.
Safe for you and the environment, Acer monitors are ENERGY STAR and RoHS compliant. Acer EcoDisplay technologies use mercury-free white LED backlighting, reducing power consumption by up to 68%.
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|Display Resolution Maximum||2560 x 1080 Curved FHD||3440 x 1440 pixels||3440 x 1440 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||3440 x 1440|
|Screen Size||35 inches||34 inches||34 inches||34 inches||34 inches|
|Display Type||LED||LED||LED-backlit LCD monitor||IPS||—|
|Item Dimensions||33.2 x 11.8 x 21.8 inches||32.3 x 12.3 x 18.3 inches||22 x 32 x 10.8 inches||32.3 x 11 x 17.5 inches||31.81 x 10.6 x 19 inches|
|Item Weight||25.90 lbs||—||23.59 lbs||18.30 lbs||—|
|Mounting Type||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount|
|Refresh Rate||144 hertz||144 hertz||120 hertz||144 hertz||144 hertz|
|Size||35-Inch||—||—||—||34-inch WQHD (3440 x 1440) 144Hz|
Get the edge on your opponents with a massive 35” UltraWide curved monitor with a lightning-fast refresh rate and NVIDIA G-SYNC. The Predator Z35 curved screen transforms your viewing experience drawing you deep into the action while NVIDIA G-SYNC technology eliminates screen tearing for an epic gaming experience.
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Connected to these monitors is a RTX 2080 TI FE. This graphics card is more than capable of playing games on any of these monitors on Ultra settings. However, I tend want to 'Have my Cake and Eat it Too'. The problem with playing games on either my 3440x1440 Ultrawide or 4K monitor is that while it looks incredible on Ultra Settings I am not able to get the super high refresh rates to boost my ego. Its just a lot of pixels for a GPU to have to fill.
Playing on the 1920x1080 monitor does get me the high FPS numbers in games but after playing on Ultrawide screens switching back to a squarish shaped screen just felt cramped and even on ultra settings it simply didn't look as good to me. Also @ 1920x1080 I found myself getting bottlenecked at the CPU level as GPU the needs of the game just wasn't utilizing the GPU.
Then came the Acer Predator Z35. For me this was perfect medium as it gives me a 21:9 Ultrawide screen resolution and with the higher pixel count @ 2560x1080 to make better use of my GPU. Games like Apex Legends, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Battlefield 5, Division 2, Call of Duty, etc.. on my 3440x1440 monitor I would get anywhere between 90-130 FPS averages.
On the Acer Predator Z35 @ 2560x1080 most games would land me anywhere between 190-250 FPS.
Natively I think this monitor runs at 144Hz but if you connect it to your GPU using a Display Port cable it can support 200Hz refresh. This monitor also happens to be the first one I've owned with GSYNC. When it's enabled the game screens when moving around is buttery smooth. The same games on my other monitors even with the support for higher refresh rates I could still notice tearing or stuttering here and there.
NOTE: GSYNC seems to work best when the screen FPS is just shy of its limit. In my case where the Acer Predator is set for 200Hz if leave my FPS uncapped and it goes over 200Hz GSYNC is not used or turned on.
So to make sure it always kicks in you would want to set a FPS limit or cap either within the game your playing (if supported) or through your GPU control panel. I'm on NVIDIA so I used the NVIDIA Control Panel to set a global FPS Cap/Limit @ 197 Hz which prevents any game from going higher than 197 which then mean GSYNC will always stay active.
I do not think I can post links in my review so I would suggest doing a google search for "How to setup Gsync" there are some really good articles and sites that explain the reasons and process for certain settings.
1. Good balance between real estate (ultrawide) and not as demanding pixel count (ie NOT 4k) so its a lot easier to get high/ultra quality settings and high FPS numbers
2. Monitor is huge
3. Can overclock to 200Hz
4. GSYNC Support
5. Watching movies in ultrawide fills entire screen (no black bars on either top/bottom of screen)
1. The lack of HDR support is kind of a bummer but fortunately I primarily use this monitor for gaming of which most of them are fast paced. If I'm looking to play something the looks pretty I usually end up playing it on either the 4K or 3440x1440.
2. The Ultrawide 21:9 is a bit of wonky resolution for anything outside of ultrawide gaming and watching movies. General website browsing is ok however when watching videos or movies recorded in standard 16:9 aspect ratio like most videos on Youtube or TV shows (Netflix, hulu, etc..) you will have black bars on the sides of the video.
The black bars on the side may not be an issue for some or most. For me visually I find it annoying so I tend to watch NON-Ultrawide content on my 1920x1080 (16:9) monitor. If its possible I would definitely recommend this more in a dual monitor setup.
3. Monitor is huge. I added this same thing in the PRO's section as having a giant screen is always awesome however make sure you have the room for it on your desk.
4. Monitor is heavy. I think its around 28lbs (12.7kg) so most common desktop monitor mounts wont support it.
Overall this is my go to for gaming. I am very happy with this purchase. Some day if I ever get my hands on an RTX 3090 i may end up switching my gaming to the 3440x1440 primarily but that day is still a ways off :)
Only buy this if your GPU can sustain 144 fps.
And to Acer, I am sorry for the first review.
1) There is a firmware bug, and no way to upgrade firmware yourself, requiring you to get your monitor to an Acer repair center. This bug leads to the center line of pixels being moved to the far right side of your display. Turning it off and back on again usually fixes it, but this happens pretty frequently. I would not hold this against them if I could fix the firmware myself, but if you're going to make it a pain to fix bugs..please do better QA before selling your product.
2) General picture quality is pretty poor. There's ugly artifacting that shows up especially with black backgrounds that makes it look like you're watching a badly encoded video. I knew I was making tradeoffs with going for a high refresh gaming panel, but I didn't expect it to be this bad. Still fine for gaming, but really annoying for some desktop use, and a deal breaker if you want to do content creation.
3) Stand is huge and awkward, it's supportive but it gets in the way.
4) Can't use ULMB and GSync, and ULMB only works at 120hz. IF you want to play at 1080p120 you could do so with a better quality panel IMO.
5) 200hz without overdrive is a blurry mess and unplayable. With overdive its really nice, but then you have some weirdness where blacks kind of 'streak' for a bit. It reminds me of scrolling on an OLED display where any color to any color transitions fine but blacks take longer to go to a color. It's not that bad, but it is annoying.
Beyond that everything else is just kind of meh or as expected. USB ports do what you expect, speaker kind of sucks but no worse than I expect from a monitor.
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Size for sitting 5+ feet away
Bad ghosting no matter the overdrive setting
At $799 (what I payed) I would not buy this monitor again. The amount of ghosting it has is something I would not expect to have on a $500 unit. Stars and Windows in GTA 5 smear when panning the camera.
If your sitting at a desk with this your going to find it PPI makes everything look like you've got your scaling turned up.
See video for smearing.
I upgraded my video card from 1070ti to 1080ti and at the Overclock to 200 refresh, the ghosting is GONE! First hand proof that if you want the most out of your monitor, you must have a strong enough PC to receive the rewards.
If not, you
ll have to tone down the Monitor Overclock
Acer gives some kind of motion blur compensation (OD) which to me did nothing at all to fix it. Off, normal, or extreme modes did little if anything to mitigate the ghosting. I think VA panels are just not meant for gaming like this. I've never experienced this issue with LG IPS ultrawides, although granted they were all 60hz. It took me only 2 or 3 hours before I decided to return it. If you're looking for a solid gaming ultrawide, this isn't it.