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post #81 of 155
There is a new firmware revision which allows the user to configure the overdrive at 144Hz (and anything else >60Hz). Ironically the pre-production samples which the product manager had used initially didn't have this problem with the overdrive being greyed out. I will be continuing my review of one of the models with updated firmware shortly.

And I have seen people referencing this thread elsewhere with respect to the fact that the FreeSync range was not as originally stated. I'd like to clarify that I was not the originator of this misinformation, but rather it was an internal misunderstanding which elements of AOC (including PR people, product managers and other representatives) circulated. I simply passed on what I was told and did not make any false assumptions or fabricate this information. It is apparent from testing that the FreeSync range is 48 - 146Hz without any modifications to the monitor. Anything else stated to the contrary is incorrect. An updated driver should give a 35Hz minimum, however.
Edited by PCM2 - 10/15/15 at 12:16am
post #82 of 155
TN bothers me more than 1080p.

I need 27" AHVA, 1440p, 5ms or less, 120 HZ, freesync. Thats what I am looking for....

Edit* with 30 fps or less floor for Freesync
 
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post #83 of 155
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TN bothers me more than 1080p.

I need 27" AHVA, 1440p, 5ms or less, 120 HZ, freesync. Thats what I am looking for....

Edit* with 30 fps or less floor for Freesync
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post #84 of 155
It has been updated on AOC's website that it is indeed working with a FreeSync refresh range of between 48Hz and 144Hz

24" Version

http://aoc-europe.com/en/products/specification/g2460pf

27" Version

http://aoc-europe.com/en/products/specification/g2770pf


So currently there is only one FreeSync monitor in the market that can do 30Hz to 144Hz.
post #85 of 155
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Originally Posted by speedyeggtart View Post

It has been updated on AOC's website that it is indeed working with a FreeSync refresh range of between 48Hz and 144Hz

24" Version

http://aoc-europe.com/en/products/specification/g2460pf

27" Version

http://aoc-europe.com/en/products/specification/g2770pf


So currently there is only one FreeSync monitor in the market that can do 30Hz to 144Hz.


Yeah, I pushed them to make that clear. They should also be clarifying the situation about the overdrive shortly (for users who already own the monitor and for whom this option is greyed out).
post #86 of 155
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Yeah, I pushed them to make that clear. They should also be clarifying the situation about the overdrive shortly (for users who already own the monitor and for whom this option is greyed out).

wow - good job! I know the FreeSync range was not stated there a few days ago or at least last week.!
post #87 of 155
This is the kind of monitor which would interest me, had I not already have a 2411Z
post #88 of 155
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I was playing around with 24/1080p monitor and boy 1080p looks so bad these days.

Yeah, 1080p is an eyesore nowadays. I'm typing this in 4k as we speak thumb.gif.
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Yeah, 1080p is an eyesore nowadays. I'm typing this in 4k as we speak thumb.gif.
Tell that to the laptop industry. 768p is still a thing ffs.
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Tell that to the laptop industry. 768p is still a thing ffs.

 

Yeah, but in all fairness, those running at that low of resolution are doing a balancing act of cost and battery life (usability). Which is why you end up with products like that. You aren't going to see that disappear unless components because significantly (on a couple of orders of magnitude) better at power consumption or battery technologies make a quantum leap forward.

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