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I do think the price is a little high, but the next step up in resolution is around twice as much for the same features, and I can't think of a 1440p Freesync 144Hz monitor.
They are quite a few 1440p Freesync monitors on the market atm but this monitor is still well priced relative to gsync alternatives.
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post #12 of 113
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They are quite a few 1440p Freesync monitors on the market atm but this monitor is still well priced relative to gsync alternatives.

Are they 144Hz?
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Originally Posted by Peter Nixeus View Post

No... they can release their reviews anytime. Just most of them were not shipped out until we installed the final shipping firmware - which just changed the default settings of the monitor due to some feedback from some pro-gamers, attendees and people at the AMD ExtravaLANza event. From my understanding most publications are busy with the new hardware reviews for CPU, Mobos, and GPUs that just came out or coming out soon.

Just saying, but, um...

You could always send one this way, I could give it a "review" on my other rig.

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Yes. ASUS MG279Q(IPS) and ACER (XG270HU). Gsync has its acer and asus versions as well.
Edited by Tobiman - 8/17/15 at 8:51pm
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Yes. ASUS MG279Q(IPS) and ACER (XG270HU). Gsync has its acer and asus versions as well.

Both of these displays, one of which I have, are entirely different monsters to the one this thread discusses. They are also Worlds away in terms of pricing and feature set as well.

While I thought the Nixeus came in a little higher than I had hoped, it is still "low cost" compared to the Swifts and Predators.
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We decided to released two SKUs with the NX-VUE24B being the lower cost version in case people don't need the adjustable stand.

I did want to go back and acknowledge this, and be thankful that you are keeping the lower cost options in mind. There are people who will certainly take the fixed stand to save a few dollars. The more you save on hardware, the more you can spend on games!
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Both of these displays, one of which I have, are entirely different monsters to the one this thread discusses. They are also Worlds away in terms of pricing and feature set as well.

While I thought the Nixeus came in a little higher than I had hoped, it is still "low cost" compared to the Swifts and Predators.
I did want to go back and acknowledge this, and be thankful that you are keeping the lower cost options in mind. There are people who will certainly take the fixed stand to save a few dollars. The more you save on hardware, the more you can spend on games!
I was actually responding to the question of whether such monitors existed. I wasn't comparing them in anyway. This monitor is a fantastic option for those that were looking to sell their AMD gpus to gain access to VRR tech.
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post #17 of 113
I take it no one has been able to find a review for this monitor yet? This model does peak my interest but I have to know if its good or not.
post #18 of 113
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Found a review posted on their twitter:


PureOverClock gave it an Editors Choice Award!
post #19 of 113
A rather positive review indeed. I might actually buy one to replace my old 27 inch LG monitor.
post #20 of 113
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PCPer Review and Received their GOLD AWARD


PCPer YouTube Review




Updated with PCPer review!
Edited by speedyeggtart - 8/25/15 at 7:26pm
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