|Standing screen display size||24.5 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080 Pixels|
Acer XF250Q Cbmiiprx 24.5" Full HD (1920 x 1080) Zero Frame TN Gaming AMD FreeSync Compatible Monitor - 1ms | 240Hz Refresh (Display, HDMI 2.0, HDMI 1.4 Ports), Black
|Display Size||24.5 Inches|
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- 24.5 inches Full HD (1920 x 1080) widescreen TN monitor
- Mad FreeSync and G-Sync compatible
- 240 hertz using display port or HDMI 2.0 port
- Zero frame design; 1ms response time; 2 speakers, 2 watts per speaker
- Ports: 1 x display 1.2 port, 1 x HDMI 2.0 & 1 x HDMI 1.4
- Backlight: LED,VESA compatible: Yes 100 x 100 millimeter
- 240 hertz
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Game Like You Mean It
Introducing Acer's XF250Q gaming monitor - the Full HD resolution monitor that can keep up with your game play. This G-SYNC compatible monitor gives you more of what you want in a gaming experience. Smooth, tear-free gameplay! Unleash gaming's maximum potential to provide richer colors far beyond what has been previously possible. Experience something new. Plus, users can enjoy comfortable viewing experience while gaming via flicker-less, low dimming and ComfyView display.
- 24.5" Full HD (1920 x 1080) Widescreen TN AMD FreeSync and NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible Monitor
- Response Time: 1ms
- Panel Type: TN
- 240Hz - Using Display Port or HDMI 2.0
- 2 speakers, 2 watts per speaker
- Acer VisionCare Technologies
- Ports: 1 x Display Port, 1 x HDMI 2.0 & 1 x HDMI 1.4
- Display Port Cable Included
The XF250Q 24.5" monitor with 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution in a 16:9 aspect ratio presents stunning, high quality images with excellent detail.
Made to Game
NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible displays are validated by NVIDIA and work smoothly with GeForce graphics cards to bring you tear-free gaming with optimal refresh rates.
Kind to your Eyes
Stay in the fight for hours with Acer EyeProtect’s Flicker-less, Blue Light Filter, ComfyView and Low-dimming technology. These features take into consideration prolonged usage and minimizes eye-strain from long gaming sessions.
Fast response time of 1ms GTG (Gray to Gray) enhanced gamers’ in-game experience. No matter the fast-moving action or any dramatic transitions will be all rendered smoothly without the annoying effects of smearing or ghosting through Acer XF series.
Supercharged Refresh Rate
The 240Hz refresh rate speeds up the frames per second to deliver an ultra-smooth 2D motion scenes. With a rapid refresh rate of 240Hz, Acer Monitors shorten the time it takes for frame rendering, lower input lag and provide gamers an excellent in-game experience.
The Acer ErgoStand lets the monitor pivot, tilt, swivel, and move up or down, so you can find the most comfortable viewing angle from where to oversee your push into enemy territory. Its VESA compatible mounting offers a sleek, space saving option in tight spaces.
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|Display Resolution Maximum||1920 x 1080 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||2560 x 1080 pixels|
|Screen Size||24.5 inches||25 inches||27 inches||23.8 inches||27 inches|
|Item Dimensions||9.61 x 21.96 x 20.79 inches||20.71 x 21.90 x 9.92 inches||24.20 x 22.70 x 10.80 inches||21.28 x 15.33 x 8.05 inches||24.10 x 20.81 x 9.85 inches|
|Item Weight||14.99 lbs||7.81 lbs||—||—||—|
|Mounting Type||table||—||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount|
|Refresh Rate||240 hertz||240 hertz||240 hertz||144 hertz||75 hertz|
|Size||24.5-Inch||—||—||—||27" 2K QHD Curved|
In competitive gaming, every frame matters. Introducing Acer's XF250Q gaming monitor - the Full HD resolution monitor that can keep up with your game play. This G-SYNC compatible monitor gives you more of what you want in a gaming experience. Smooth, tear-free gameplay! Unleash gaming's maximum potential to provide richer colors far beyond what has been previously possible. Experience something new. Plus, users can enjoy comfortable viewing experience while gaming via flicker-less, low dimming and Comfy View display. The design saves space on your desk and lets you place multiple monitors side by side to build a seamless big-screen display. (UM. KX0AA. C01).
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Also, make sure your monitor is plugged into your gpu and not your motherboard.
I got this; I don’t care about g sync. I’ve used g sync before and couldn’t even tell the difference. So this amd free sync is just fine for me.
The picture quality out of the box is absolutely terrible, and text looks even worse. I was sooo disappointed after initially turning it on. However, I downloaded a color profile for it on Windows, looked up some color settings on the monitor itself (tweaked it a bit on my own too), and adjusted the Clear Type settings in Windows. It now looks much better. Arguably better than my old monitor. That isn't really saying a whole lot, but AFTER adjusting the colors and taking into account the nice adjustable stand, high refresh rate, and low price, I deem it most definitely worth it. Problems don't stop there though...
I was noticing lines in the screen when launching full screen programs. The monitor would go black for a second and then grey lines (like a no signal from an old TV) would appear in a few places briefly, then it would disappear and everything would be fine. This still had me worried though, so I did some research. Read that people had issues with black screens and frame skipping on this model (and lots of 240hz monitors). So I went to blurbusters(.com) to check for frame skipping. I never noticed it in game, but it was apparent on the test. Being a perfectionist, I began down clocking it with the Nvidia Control Panel and at 228hz the frame skipping went away and so did the "no signal lines" when launching games. I have been playing like this since my 3rd day with the monitor and just recently switched it back to 240hz, still didn't notice frame skipping in game, but saw it on the tests and had the "lines".
So to conclude, this monitor isn't capable of "actually" reaching 240hz and has pretty bad image quality. But you can fix the image quality, you don't notice the frame skipping, and the price is so low (@ $230) that I let it slide. 4/5 pretty much exclusively on price to performance. If the image quality was better and it truly hit 240hz then it would easily be 5 stars. If you are someone who likes higher framerates more than pretty visuals, doesn't want to spend a fortune, and doesn't mind tweaking with settings to make it look decent, I'd recommend it. If not then look elsewhere.
Another big consideration when making this purchase was the monitor's price. I got this monitor for $230, which is lower than a lot of 144Hz monitors. I don't know how they are able to sell these at such a low price, because I do not see any shortcuts taken in the quality of the product or it's packaging. Even the design is excellent: the bezels are quite small and the stand is both sturdy and very adjustable in all directions.
It gets quite bright at 400nits and there are no defects/dead pixels/artifacts. A quick UFO refresh rate and frame skipping test confirms that it's a perfectly working 240Hz monitor without any problems. Something to note is that it's a Freesync monitor, so you should only use it with an AMD GPU. When using it with the same exact system but with an Nvidia GPU, there are frame stutters and skips in the UFO test.
One of the most important quality control issues with monitors is backlight bleed. My monitor had a little bit of a lighter shade on the sides, but it's not noticeable in regular use. It's only noticeable in the dark with a black colored screen. I can upload pictures if someone wants to see.
- Bright at 400nits
- Price (cheaper than many 144Hz monitors)
- Well designed overall
- Sturdy and adjustable stand
- Only compatible with AMD GPU (monitor stuttered/skipped when tested with an Nvidia GPU).
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I also thought it wouldn't matter that much and I wouldn't see or notice any difference after 144 Hz but I was wrong.
Game is suddenly so smooth and I can see everything I'm doing which help a lot if you play competitive like on Fortnite.
In my opinion the gap from 60 Hz to 144 Hz is huge so is 144 to 240.
As all the other comments will say, colors are not that good on this monitor compared to many others. But for the price and the fluidity you get out of it. I think it's something that you can get used to.
Now to the 144hz to 240hz, you will see a lot more things when you are moving you are looking around quickly in a game, one misconception is that people say that if a game dips below 240hz it will look laggy and framey, upon testing, it is not the case it seems, because dipping below 144 Hz is near the 60fps region which is where everything looks the worse (in 2020). you absolutely won't feel any difference when your game dips below 240fps, I ran a game at 144fps on 240hz, and guess what, it felt exactly the same as a regular 144hz monitor, it didn't feel like dipping below 240fps makes everything framey like 144fps did.
conclusion: if you are not playing a fast paced game, I'd say you really don't need it, because it feels almost just like 144hz unless you are moving your screen fast. but if you are curious about this 240hz life, is worth it. even just for quality of life.
Poor guy like me, I had 2 of the budget 144hz options, an Acer GN246HL and a Viewsonic XG2401, comparing to those 2, the color is slightly better, better blacks and a little more vibrant (On a default user settings). and is slight brighter also, which is very good. the near zero frame makes a very sleek look. built quality is nice, I'd definitely say is worth saving the extra $150 and get this over the fancy acer predator one. which has a higher price probably lot due to its name.
Every time I open a game in full screen the monitor constantly black screens until I unplug the cable and plug it back in. Many other people are having this problem. I have switched the cable 3 times to Displayport 1.4 Certified cables and have tried multiple drivers on my Nvidia GPU and neither stopped the problem.
EDIT: Called support about this issue and within the hour I got a shipping label and shipped it off to Acer's Repair Center. They could not duplicate the issue I was having and still replaced the mainboard which is already a 10/10 on customer support for me. I got it back within a week's time of shipping and everything works 100% now.
Make sure to do your due diligence when researching 240Hz monitors!
Stand is solid and nice and adjustable to any position you want and the controls are pretty easy to use even though this is an older model so you won't get the joystick that some of the new ones have which is super intuitive.
All in all, right now there are almost no1440p 144hz monitors in stock so I picked this one up and I have no regrets. Don't listen to forums where they tell you that you need the $600-$700 BenQ ips stuff because 90% of people won't notice the difference as long as the refresh rate and resolution are the same.