|Standing screen display size||27 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||3840 x 2160|
Acer Predator XB273K Gpbmiipprzx 27" UHD (3840 x 2160) IPS NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible Monitor with VESA Certified DisplayHDR 400, Quantum Dot, 144Hz, DCI-P3 , Delta E<1 (Display Port & HDMI Port), Black
|Display Size||27 Inches|
|Resolution||4K UHD 2160p|
|Hardware Interface||DisplayPort, USB, HDMI|
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- 27" UHD 4K (3840 x 2160) Widescreen IPS NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible Display
- Refresh Rate: 120Hz (OverClocking to 144Hz) - Using 2 Display Ports
- High Brightness and Contrast with VESA Certified DisplayHDR 400
- DCI-P3 90% Wide Color Gamut | Optimize Colors with Quantum Dot Technology | No Color Difference with Delta E<1
- Ports: 2 x Display Port v1. 4, 2 x HDMI v2. 0 & 4 x USB 3. 0 Ports (Display Port & USB Cable Included)
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Fasten your seatbelt: The Predator XB273K Ultra HD display with 4K resolution is all about no compromises on gaming performance, color or speed. This 27-inch (3840 x 2160) monitor combines jaw dropping specs including an IPS panel that supports blazing-fast 144Hz refresh rate. This G-SYNC Compatible monitor takes gameplay to the next level of smooth. Unleash gaming’s maximum potential to provide richer colors far beyond what has been previously possible. Experience something new.
For enhanced color vibrancy, VESA DisplayHDR 400 certification ensures better contrast and color accuracy so customers experience AAA games as they were meant to be.
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How does color accuracy down to the finest detail sound? If that sounds good, we’ve got your back with 90% DCI-P3 Wide Color Gamut.
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Fasten your seatbelt: The Predator XB273K Ultra HD display with 4K resolution is all about no compromises on gaming performance, color or speed. This 27-inch (3840 x 2160) monitor combine’s jaw dropping specs including an IPS panel that supports blazing-fast 144Hz refresh rate. This G-SYNC Compatible monitor takes gameplay to the next level of smooth. Unleash gaming’s maximum potential to provide richer colors far beyond what has been previously possible. Experience something new. (UM.HX3AA.P03).
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If you turn 1ms VRB on, the system will automatically shutdown other two. Acer over promised.
IPS - Check
120-hz - Check
G-Sync - Check
You would be surprised how difficult it is to check those 4 specification above without paying an obscene amount. The monitor market at the moment is quite expensive with the release of the 30 series Nvidia cards. 4k 120hz is now a reality. This monitor is $700 MSRP but you will be hard press to find it at that price new. I have gone from 1440p 144hz(TN Panel) to this monitor and the difference is night and day. Once you go 4k, you don't go back. TN panels have good response times but you can achieve similar response times with IPS panels and have drastically improved color accuracy and image quality. The games I've been playing feel like they've had a new life breathed into them.
There are 3 different variants for the Acer Predator XB273K: Pbmiphzx, Sbmiprzx, and Gpbmiipprzx. Pbmiphzx is the original with an actual G-Sync module. Sbmiprzx is a refresh of the Pbmiphzx also with a G-Sync module. Gpbmiipprzx(this monitor) is a cheaper variant with the only difference being it lacks a G-Sync module but uses freesync technology to be G-Sync compatible.
At the moment, this monitor is about $800 compared to its counterpart model Sbmiprzx which is about $1200 on Amazon. The difference? This monitor is G-Sync compatible while the Sbmiprzx model has an actual G-Sync module. G-Sync is a Nvidia branded technology that uses a variable refresh rate to prevent tearing in your image. Do a bit of research on G-Sync and you will experience a tear-free experience with a G-Sync module or G-Sync compatible monitor. With my current settings, I haven't experienced a single tear with a wide variety of games on this monitor. If G-Sync's primary goal is to get rid of screen tearing, well you can achieve that with this cheaper model no problem. There are no major discernible differences between the two models besides that. If a dedicated G-Sync module is worth $400 more to you, be my guest.
Of note, you can't run ultra low latency, Gsync, AND 144hz 4k all at the same time, you can only run 2/3 of them at any given time. If you want to gsync though, you shouldn't care about ultra low latency anyway.
I assume Acer subscribes to the notion that "gamer" products means "pointy things" and that's how we got here. I'm now stuck searching for bootleg monitor bases and contemplating just sawing it off. Not what I expected when buying a $700 monitor.
Beautiful picture quality. Hard to notice screen door effect at normal viewing distances.
With a single display port cable, it'll run at 120 hz with hdr and gsync enabled. With a second displayport cable, you can get it up to 144hz without gsync. I had weird artifacts when trying to enable hdr in 144hz mode.
144hz mode is activated in the osd menu, and is off by default. I'm happy running in 120 hz with hdr and gsync.
The usb3 hub works just fine, though the cable is shorter than the included displayport cables.
The lights on the bottom of the monitor are controlled by the osd menu for "ambient light"
It starts up quickly when the computer wakes.
Very glad that it looks so good given how expensive it is.
Cons? Price, always price, but you get what you paid for!
Extremely disappointed. It does look great on HDR, but the 100% brightness is just a killer. I've spent hours trying to fiddle with every possible settings to get it to look decent without HDR but everything has that washed out gray look. As you can see when comparing discord across the two monitors.
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1. Doesn't run 144hz at 4k with Nvidia sync, and need 2 display port cables which is super glitchy to set up
2. Doesn't have 10bit colour at 4K at 120hz, which I don't think many people realize as I didn't see it any in user review or site review. Huge disappointment, you need 10-bit colour to achieve real HDR, otherwise it's a gimmick
3. I should mention that the 120hz, although it was set to 120hz and monitor UI said also reported 120hz, it wasn't 120hz as I used the UFO monitor hz website test. It's fixed now by playing around with the cables and switching ports, but it's just a finicky monitor for what I expected.
4. HDR sometimes turns off on the monitor, making the monitor dull in colour, have to always turn HDR off and on in windows to re-enable. Not sure if this is monitor related though.
When it's in stock at $800 it's a decent value, but note that:
1. It's not a true HDR display, it only has like 4-6 dimming zones
2. It can't do 4K 144Hz and Freesync at the same time since it doesn't have Display Stream Compression. You choose between 4K 144Hz no FS, 4K 120Hz FS with 8-bit colors, or 4K 100Hz FS with 10-bit colors
3. Most importantly, although it's called XB273K Gpbmiipprzx, the Gpb... version is more like the inferior XV273K and not the true XB273K... Deceiving Acer marketing.
Great price for a great looking monitor. But...I can't really give you my thoughts here.
Will change my review after I receive my next unit which I will be re-ordering.
Contacted Predator Premium chat and they told me to go stick my finger in my bum then contact my retailer aka Amazon and return it.
Which is what I am doing...
One more chance Acer....or else I'm shelling out and getting the sold out LG Ultragear GN950