|Standing screen display size||35 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||3440 x 1440|
Acer Predator X35 bmiphzx 1800R Curved 35" UltraWide QHD Gaming Monitor with NVIDIA G-SYNC Ultimate, Quantum Dot, 200Hz, VESA Certified DisplayHDR 1000, (Display Port & HDMI Port),Black
|Display Size||35 Inches|
|Resolution||QHD Ultra Wide 1440p|
|Hardware Interface||USB, DisplayPort, HDMI, USB 3.0|
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- 35" UltraWide QHD (3440 x 1440) Widescreen VA zero frame display with NVIDIA G-SYNC ultimate for ultimate tear free gaming
- 1800R Curved Display with 21: 9 Aspect Ratio | High brightness and contrast with VESA certified display HDR 1000 | Response time: 2ms (G to G)
- DCI-P3 90% wide color gamut | 10bit color with Quantum dot technology | 200Hz refresh rate with NVIDIA G-SYNC ultimate - using display port
- Light your display with Acer RGB light sense & 512 full array local dimming zones | Predator game view with 8 modes | 2 speakers at 4 watts per speaker
- Ports: 1 x Display Port v1. 4, 1 x HDMI v2. 0, Audio Out & 4- USB 3. 0 Ports (Display port, HDMI & USB cables included)
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Brace yourself! The Predator X35 brings a whole new meaning to the word epic. Infused with hyper-like 200Hz speed, life-mimicking HDR & a design rippling with futuristic elements--the Predator X35 transports you to a new realm of 21:9 immersion! Enjoy a battlefield vantage point that puts you in the driver's seat of gaming brilliance. And with NVIDIA G-SYNC ULTIMATE at the helm, expect smooth, tear-free gaming as the new norm. All housed in a ZeroFrame design that makes for a near-seamless look!
Quantum Dot Dominance
These nano-sized dots—which emit a specific light based on their size— infuse your game with an increased color purity that only they can create.
Whether or not you’ve heard of it, the DCI-P3 color gamut is something you’ll be glad to have as it offers up a wider range than sRGB. In short, bigger gamut, color-rich gaming.
What does a 2ms G to G mean to you? It means that the annoyances of motion blur or visual artifacts will be practically nonexistent.
RGB Light Sense
Choose bold colors and nine effects, including breathing, shifting, and more with RGB Light Sense.
Feast on a Full Array
For lifelike contrast demands intense levels of brightness. With a peak of up to 1000 nits, separating reality from the game might prove difficult.
Predator Game Mode has eight pre-set display modes to optimize the visuals for different types of content.
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|Display Resolution Maximum||3440 x 1440||3440 x 1440 pixels||3440 x 1440 pixels||3440 x 1440 pixels||2560 x 1080 pixels|
|Screen Size||35 inches||34 inches||34.1 inches||35 inches||30 inches|
|Item Dimensions||32.79 x 12.16 x 22.85 inches||32.30 x 12.30 x 18.30 inches||22.00 x 32.00 x 10.80 inches||32.96 x 19.04 x 9.68 inches||27.80 x 16.10 x 7.40 inches|
|Item Weight||24.00 lbs||—||23.59 lbs||16.60 lbs||12.15 lbs|
|Mounting Type||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||—||Wall Mount|
|Refresh Rate||200 hertz||144 hertz||120 hertz||100 hertz||200 hertz|
Brace yourself The Predator X35 brings a whole new meaning to the word epic. Infused with hyper-like 200Hz speed, life-mimicking HDR and a design rippling with futuristic elements--the Predator X35 transports you to a new realm of 21: 9 immersion Enjoy a battlefield vantage point that puts you in the driver's seat of gaming brilliance. And with NVIDIA G-SYNC ULTIMATE at the helm, expect smooth, tear-free gaming as the new norm. Enjoy exceptional color purity and more realistic natural images thanks to an expanded contrast ratio and color palette using VESA Certificated DisplayHDR 1000--all housed in a ZeroFrame design that makes for a near-seamless look (UM. CX0AA. 004). VESA Compatible: 100 x 100mm
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I opted for this over the ASUS version for a few reasons. Availability, Price, and Sleeker Design. That said, I am a bit of an ASUS fanboy, not going to lie.
The stand is very sturdy and sleek, but there is no getting around the fact that this is a big freaking piece of hardware. I actually goggled to double check that you can elevate the monitor (it swivels left to right very easily) because I didnt want to break anything. Once, I moved it up and down a few times, it became much easier. I actually have mine angled about 30 degrees to the left, which allowed me to push the monitor closer to the back part of my desk for better eye relief.
From a functional standpoint, my only real grip (other than the fan, which I will get into later) is that the LEDs on the back are pretty useless. They arent bright enough to offer any kind of illumination behind the screen. I cant even tell what color they are from the front in a dark room (although my rig puts off a fair amount of light). The back looks neat, but who looks at the back of a monitor.
The screen image itself is far and away the best I have ever seen. I have played 4 games on it. Elder Scrolls Online and Borderlands 2 dont offer any HDR support, but its an improvement nonetheless. With my 1080ti. I was getting about 90 frames in ESO and 120 in BL2 with everything maxed. I also played Farcry 5 and BL3 in HDR, and HOLY $H!T, HDR is a game changer. Farcry 5 looked like an actual movie. With Gsync ultimate, I did not detect any screen tearing or stuttering. I even found my GF (who hates video games) just watching me fly around in FarCry. It looked that good. I do think windows has some work to do in the HDR dept., but that is no fault of the monitor. I had an LG ultrwide for about 2 weeks that had HDR 400, and that is a joke compared to this. It shouldnt be called HDR.
The 2 biggest complaints I hear about this monitor are blooming/halo effects (especially around the cursor on a black/dark screen) and Fan Noise. Combined with price tag that is just flat out too high, these are why I am only giving 4 stars. The blooming issue is a almost a non factor. I only detect it with HDR enabled, and only when it is a cursor on a black screen. Even then, it is almost unnoticeable when viewed from a proper viewing angle (straight on), but it is definitely there if viewed from a more extreme angle. It also is much more pronounced in photos and videos of the monitor. I only enable HDR when playing an HDR game, and I have never had it cause an issue or notice it in the slightest when actually gaming.
Far and away my biggest complaint is of course, the Fan. With the music on, or when gaming at full volume (speakers or headphones), it is not noticeable in the slightest. That said, if I am just surfing the web in a quiet room, it is a very real issue. It is not that it's really all that loud, but it has the high pitch sound of a fan spooling up every time it engages. If it was simply on all the time, it wouldnt be an issue, but this thing starts and stops constantly (even if you power of the monitor, but leave it plugged in). I feel like this would be a pretty simple fix from the software side. I know the Gysnc module needs a fan, and this is certainly not a deal breaker, but it is a very real issue that needs looked at, and the only reason to date that I even contemplated a return (not that it's going anywhere).
In my humble opinion, it doesnt get any better than this for immersive gaming. If you have the means, I highly recommend picking one up. To Acer, patch the fan issue, and I will change to 5 stars.
Issue number one is that the display is not perfect. Second issue is that the fans on the inside of the monitor either sounds like it is dying or it is grinding up on something *similar to when a pc case fan is hitting a loose wire*. The third and biggest issue is in the attached video you can see the image moving around causes some type of flicker on the display. This is also present in games that I play. I am going to return this second monitor and will no longer be purchasing Acer products through Amazon and I will be notifying every I know in person and in social media that they need to stay away from buying monitors on Amazon. I never return products since I am usually happy with what I receive but with this product this is not the case.
P.S. any Acer reps that respond to this need to make sure they are going to follow up instead of ghosting customers right after the first response.
I was very excited to receive this after waiting so long for it to release.
First the Good:
This display is beautiful and well-built. SDR content is stunning. The fan doesn’t bother me, but my PC isn’t exactly silent either.
1. Flickering Issues:
Flickering was evident in quite a few games. Downloading the latest Nvidia drivers did not make this go away. Turning “Overdrive” off completely or limiting fps to 60 made the issue go away. Not sure what “Overdrive” does but I’m sure it contributes to the high price tag.
These issues were also present on the HDMI input connected to the PS4 Pro so I’m not sure how Nvidia drivers are going to make this issue go away.
2. Visual Artifact Issues:
An interlaced pattern was very evident while running in Battlefield 5. It makes it look like a stocking is pulled over the screen (in game "film grain" was turned off).
3. HDR Issues:
Most frustrating to me personally is HDR. It doesn’t always seem to “kick-in” even though the display thinks it’s active. This was evident in Battlefield 5 and Assassins Creed Odyssey. Sometimes changing the settings in game made it activate and at other times nothing worked but a system restart. When HDR is “on” but not really on, games look washed out and dim.
4. Power Issues:
At one point the display would not power back on. I had to unplug it and reconnect for it to boot up.
When it’s working, it’s amazing. There are just far too many issues to justify this purchase though. Hoping ACER can work them out quickly. If so, I’ll come back to update my review.
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Some of the only "cons" posted by previous purchasers have been addressed by Acer since and I wanted to let people know since I had to gamble by ordering without knowing for sure that these things had been fixed but thankfully my gamble paid off. Specifically: A) flickering - has been completely addressed for me after installing the Acer firmware update - so this should not be an issue keeping interested buyers from purchasing. B) fan noise (more specifically the frequent high-pitched spin-ups even while idle)- has also been addressed for me after installing the Acer firmware update. This monitor does still have a fan and you can still occasionally hear it but it really should be a non-issue for most users and is no louder/more frequent than other monitors with G-sync ultimate.
So without those two main "cons", the only remaining con to consider is the cost. If you have the means, I highly recommend you get one.
P.S. though it may not be widely advertised but the RGB can be set to ANY color by using software - just make sure you attach the included USB cable to properly use the software (something that wasn't obvious or widely documented).