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Has their been any mention of the Acer's price? If they're similarly priced, then the Acer seems like the obvious winner, but if the Acer is going to be $200-$300 more, I'll go with the Asus.

I also have more trust in Asus as a company, Acer has always been a bit hit and miss.

700 EUR according to tft central. So around 700$ when you remove VAT tax.
post #112 of 1411
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700 EUR according to tft central. So around 700$ when you remove VAT tax.

I snagged the whole quote for you, as it had some availability estimates as well.
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Acer XB270HU updates - estimated production start in Feb so should be available around April. Suggested retail price of 699 Euro inc VAT

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/
    
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$100 extra isn't bad, considering the cost of a G-Sync module. Now all that's left ate the reviews and the information on the panel types.
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I snagged the whole quote for you, as it had some availability estimates as well.
http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/
That's just tooooo long!
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post #115 of 1411
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$100 extra isn't bad, considering the cost of a G-Sync module. Now all that's left ate the reviews and the information on the panel types.

the fact that G-Sync cost anything is ridiculous though, AMD aren't charging any on their "free"-Sync and i like that about them.
on that note, we'd never get a decent G-Sync monitor on the sub <$200 price point for Nvidia users.
this is knowing that mid-end GPUs are the ones in dire need of G-Sync due to <60FPS performance.
post #116 of 1411
How much would that be in Dollars? $560-600?
post #117 of 1411
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How much would that be in Dollars? $560-600?

Depends, a lot of the time they do a 1:1, so $700 USD. Although $500 USD sounds better.
    
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post #118 of 1411
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the fact that G-Sync cost anything is ridiculous though, AMD aren't charging any on their "free"-Sync and i like that about them.
on that note, we'd never get a decent G-Sync monitor on the sub <$200 price point for Nvidia users.
this is knowing that mid-end GPUs are the ones in dire need of G-Sync due to <60FPS performance.

I'll gladly pay 100$ more for ULMB mode on display.
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That's just tooooo long!

Fortunatly there's always someone with too much free time to post it all biggrin.gif
post #119 of 1411
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Originally Posted by epic1337 View Post

the fact that G-Sync cost anything is ridiculous though, AMD aren't charging any on their "free"-Sync and i like that about them.
on that note, we'd never get a decent G-Sync monitor on the sub <$200 price point for Nvidia users.
this is knowing that mid-end GPUs are the ones in dire need of G-Sync due to <60FPS performance.

I'll gladly pay 100$ more for ULMB mode on display.

thats your money and you have enough to buy one.

people with <$1500 budget, including a monitor in it, would have a hard time shelling out more than $300 for a monitor.
post #120 of 1411
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Originally Posted by epic1337 View Post

the fact that G-Sync cost anything is ridiculous though, AMD aren't charging any on their "free"-Sync and i like that about them.
on that note, we'd never get a decent G-Sync monitor on the sub <$200 price point for Nvidia users.
this is knowing that mid-end GPUs are the ones in dire need of G-Sync due to <60FPS performance.

Unlike free-sync, G-Sync is a completely different module that has to be added to the monitor. And Nvidia spend a lot of time and resources developing it. its more than logical that it costs extra.

And at 1440p even high-end single GPU setups need G-sync/Free-Sync.
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