Originally Posted by Peter Nixeus
Our specialty are True IPS monitors actually - our 27" and 30" AH-IPS monitors are for professionals and people who require these type of panels for color critical work with high image quality. You can use them for gaming too but we could not get them to work well with Adaptive-Sync/FreeSync (ranges were very limited).
During development for FreeSync there were no 24" IPS panels available that would pass FreeSync valdiation/certification. If there were, we or other monitor vendors would have been developing it.
24" 1080p TN 144Hz are the best PC gaming panels available at the moment for people who don't buy the best graphics card all the time. The target market for this monitor are owners of the R7 260x/360, R9 285/380, GTX 950/960/970. Even the AMD APU 7850K/7870K can run online games like CS:GO and DOTA 2 with FreeSync for this monitor.
I don't understand all the hate going around for people with 144hz TN 1080p panels.
I'm using a **27"** 1080p TN panel right now in Black Ops 3 and rocking 85hz / 85 FPS with Vsync on and keeping 85hz/85 fps at all times!
R9 290X video card.
And guess what I'm using ?
Benq blur reduction.
85hz custom refresh rate (since 85hz isn't a default refresh rate, although the monitor recognizes 85hz in the OSD if defined as a custom native resolution)
Vertical total VT 1501 tweak reduce strobe crosstalk.
Single strobe enabled for strobing once per refresh. Vsync on
Strobe phase 062 for 1 frame lower input lag (1 frame at 85hz is 11.7 ms)
Couldn't be happier (textures set to high).
GLASS SMOOTH BLACK OPS 3, and not dark like 85hz ULMB is.
And if I wind up on a map that drops down to 75 FPS? I'll just make a 75hz custom resolution and use a 1360 vertical total with vsync to maintain 75hz/75 fps, but I haven't dropped below 85 yet.