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Acer XB270H Abprz 27-inch Display Full HD NVIDIA G-SYNC (1920 x 1080) Widescreen Monitor
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- Acer XB 27" monitor features Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080) presenting stunning, high quality images with excellent detail that not only enhances users’ working efficiency, but creates outstanding visual enjoyment.
- NVIDIA G-SYNC technology synchronizes the monitor’s refresh rate to the GPU render rate providing the smoothest, fastest gaming experience.
- A fast response time of 1ms enhances the in-game experience. No matter how fast-moving the action is, transitions are rendered smoothly without the annoying effects of smearing or ghosting.
- Signal Inputs: 1 x Display Port & 5-USB 3.0 Ports
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In competitive gaming, every frame matters. Introducing Acer's XB0 Series gaming monitor - the Full HD resolution montior that can keep up with your game play. Through NVIDIA G-Sync technology, on-screen action is smooth and clear, minimizing distractions, boosting response times, and giving you a serious competitive edge. Plus, users can enjoy comfortable viewing experience while gaming via flicker-less, low dimming and ComfyView display. Its VESA compatible mounting offers a sleek, space saving option in tight spaces and power-saving technologies conserve cost and resources.
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-Excellent color production, considering it's a TN panel
-144 HZ refresh rate is absolutely everything it's cut out to be
-1080p option means that you don't have to break the bank on a video card
-Unbelievably easy to adjust to literally any angle you could need
-Gsync is a plus, makes games more immersive
-Design is not great, plastic frame feels cheap
-No HDMI option, make sure your video card has displayport
-2 of the USB 3.0 slots are in a dumb spot
-Price is steep
-You WILL need a decent graphics card or SLI to make your games get past 60 FPS
Overall, I love this monitor. It's not perfect, but no monitor is. For a TN panel, the colors on this thing are AMAZING. You still will have the vivd, popping color that you got on your IPS panel. Blacks are still very washed out, so certain games (especially horror) might not display as well as they do on an IPS panel, but going in with low expectations, I was pleasently suprised with the accurate colors this beauty produces.
I had never gamed beyond 60 hz before, so I had no idea what I was missing. My gaming performanced increased immensely. Even third person games felt so much more immersive and just a way better experience. everything is so smooth and pretty much perfect, no complaints about that at all. Make no mistake, however, you will need a great graphics card to make this work to its full potential. The monitor comes 1080p for those who don't want to get something like the NVIDIA titan or sli 580s, but to get past 60hz, plan on buying at least one 970. I have the MSI 970 in mine, and I can usually push it towards 80-90 FPS on modern games, maxed out. I'm sure SLI 970s would work, but may not be too futureproof. If you're getting the higher resolution model, you will probably need sli 980s or the Titan.
The monitor adjusts with ease. It can rise about a foot, adjust to vertical viewing if that's your thing, and swivel. This is good, because the viewing angles aren't fantastic, so this feature makes it easier to change it up as needed easily. G-sync is nice, and you will notice a difference in the quality of your picture, and perhaps even your gaming performance. In all honesty, I don't think it would be worth a huge difference in the prices, though. You won't see any tearing, and v-sync does slow the game down, but I barely noticed it on my old monitor anyway. I went with it because it was only $50 more than a comparible monitor without g-sync, and for that price it is definitely worth it.
The design could be alot better. It doesn't feel like a $500 monitor. It feels more like something you grabbed off of walmart because you needed one today. If quality is important to you, maybe persue another option. the base is solid, and works well though. The monitor comes with a displayport cable, so don't panic when it arrives if you don't have one, but also be aware that it is required. As far as I know, pretty much all recent nvidia cards will have the port, but it's worth mentioning. The USB 3.0 ports are a nice feature, but 2 of the 4 are in a rediculous place (under the monitor, by the power/video in plug). It's easier for me to plug it into my computer, but they also include 2 on the side of the monitor, which actually are very conveinent.
Overall, I love this monitor. Initially I considered buying a smaller gaming monitor AND a media monitor, but this one does it all and for cheaper than the price of 2. I would absolutely buy again and recommend to a friend, but remember that you will need a good graphics card, which inflates the price further. Lastly, if you do purchase the monitor, remember to change the refresh rate in the NVIDIA control panel. You will instantly notice a difference even in Windows.
G-Sync has dramatically improved the experience of playing EVERY single one of my games. It works just as advertised: screen tearing, stuttering and extra input latency are no longer problems. Everything is extremely smooth and responsive.
What's great is that all variable framerates between 30fps and 144fps are usable now. No longer do I have to cap at 30fps or 60fps in order to get a smooth, consistent framerate. All variable framerates above 30fps are smooth and free of stutter. Higher framerates still have advantages over lower framerates since higher framerates are more responsive and offer better motion clarity, but even a framerate hovering just above 30fps feels surprisingly good with G-Sync and is solid and consistent.
Moreover, it has fixed many games that previously had stuttering problems that I couldn't resolve even by adjusting ini file settings. All of these games are now extremely smooth and the stutter/micro-stutter issues are a thing of the past. One exception to this is Far Cry 4. It is the ONLY game that still has stuttering issues even while using G-Sync. There is something seriously wrong with the way the game renders frames. That's a problem with the game engine and is not something G-Sync can fix. Nevertheless, FC4 still runs much better with G-Sync than without it, and 99.9% of my games run wonderfully with G-Sync.
Beyond the G-Sync, though, this is simply an exceptional monitor. Color reproduction is the best I have ever seen from a TN panel. Once calibrated, the overall image quality is excellent, with fantastic "pop" and vibrancy. I can say quite truthfully that even my IPS monitor doesn't look any better. Once you factor in the superior motion handling of this Acer XB270H there is no doubt that it offers the better overall viewing experience.
This monitor is also free of the banding that my previous TN monitor suffered from. There is some very minor light bleed along the left and right side edges (typical of edge-lit LCDs), but it is almost never noticeable while looking at normal content. There are no dead pixels on my monitor either. The build-quality is excellent and I really appreciate all the positional adjustments that can be made to the monitor.
As a complete package I am just super happy with this monitor. Now that it has dropped in price I'd say it is an excellent deal. Even at the previous higher price I have zero buyer's remorse. As I said before, it has had a dramatic across-the-board positive effect on all of my games and is by far the best purchase I have ever made for my PC gaming setup.
Picture and color accuracy is more than adequate after calibration. Out of the box factory calibration is not too bad,(joking, it really sucks), but it definitely needs to be tweaked to your preference. I had read that a 27" screen and 1080p is a bad combo, and I would see grainy large pixels. Not true at all. But I also don't sit with my nose to the screen either. Which also brings up the subject of viewing angles. Being a TN panel there are limits, but it's not as bad a one would think. Sitting and looking head on is fine, moving around while playing a game or watching a video will not yield good results, lol.
As for the G-Sync. It's true. Once you experience it, you can't go back. The smoothness of gameplay without tearing or stutter is amazing.
I got this monitor when the price dipped down to $499, and I can say it's well worth it.
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Date of the review:
June 17 2017
its been great so far love it