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post #7191 of 7394
not trolling, mate tongue.gif here's what I see after clicking on either of the links you have provided:



maybe the XF270HUA can't be sent to Poland, that's why they redirect me to the closest thing possible.
post #7192 of 7394
I think that is just a placeholder title, it will show the same for me when i change the language:



Here is a photo of the HUA package:



As long as the model number match, it should be the correct device.

Edit:
Model numbers are:
Code:
Acer XF270HUA -> UM.HX0EE.A01
Acer XF270HU -> UM.HX0EE.001
Acer XF270H -> UM.HX0EE.002

Edited by Powergate - 5/2/17 at 1:06am
post #7193 of 7394
I get the proper model displayed only when I pick DE language. Maybe I should simply buy it with German language selected wink.gif
post #7194 of 7394
Also, i tested my Acer monitor (that one which was already opened).

It has almost no BLB but atleast 1 dead pixel, maybe more, but i didnt look for more.

Now im thinking should i get a new one Acer 27, or look for some 24 inch, because 27 is too big? I think my eyes are a bit too low and monitor is too high...

Paper = eyes

post #7195 of 7394
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Originally Posted by ZhopkaPopka View Post

Also, i tested my Acer monitor (that one which was already opened).

It has almost no BLB but atleast 1 dead pixel, maybe more, but i didnt look for more.

Now im thinking should i get a new one Acer 27, or look for some 24 inch, because 27 is too big? I think my eyes are a bit too low and monitor is too high...

Paper = eyes


Lmao I would say monitor is still too low. But you do you bro. I got of these puppies on arms and they're great. But it's totally understandable if your desk isn't that big. I tried to go ultrawide with one of these 27 and it was too big. I want redesigning the space just for that Monitor (ultrawide).
post #7196 of 7394
Can you guys show on what lvl of your eyes your 27 inch stays? Foto for example.
post #7197 of 7394
you have quite a small desk. I'd go with a smaller monitor TBH. 25 inch would be perfect.

And dead pixels are instant return to me.
post #7198 of 7394
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Originally Posted by Garconis View Post

Any recommendations on hooking up Display Port to USB-C (Thunderbolt 3)? I was planning on a converter, but now see this cable that literally goes from Display Port to USB-C. But will it support an overclocked speed of 165Hz?

https://www.amazon.com/DisplayPort-ITANDA-Thunderbolt-Compatible-ChromeBook/dp/B06X9P2YRJ/ref=zg_bsnr_3015403011_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=JHC60ZM5HMDXPY8J06VF

My other video options on my laptop are HDMI (which is a no-go since it's an older HDMI), and a mini Display Port (which is already used by a 21:9 monitor). So I'm going to use my USB-C / Thunderbolt video port... but was wondering the best method to connect from that to the monitor's Display Port.

You have to get a VESA certified USB-C with DisplayPort Alt mode - either if you choose to go with cable or adapter/converter.

That cable you linked is not VESA certified. It may work, but you may have issues like wake from sleep or video stuff later on. It may not work with 2560 x 1440 144Hz because it requires more bandwidth than a 4K 60Hz monitor. But if it works for you keep us updated.

The testing and certification methods was recently introduced during CES 2017 - so any Type-C cable or connection type for your monitor was made or released before that date is definitely not VESA certified or compliant.
 
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post #7199 of 7394
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you have quite a small desk. I'd go with a smaller monitor TBH. 25 inch would be perfect.

And dead pixels are instant return to me.

Well i can actually push monitor even further, its like 70-90 cm. The only thing that bother me is that height of this monitor. I think its too high for my head, because i get used to 15.6 inch notebook, which was low =_=


Edited by ZhopkaPopka - 5/2/17 at 12:36pm
post #7200 of 7394
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Also, i tested my Acer monitor (that one which was already opened).

It has almost no BLB but atleast 1 dead pixel, maybe more, but i didnt look for more.

Now im thinking should i get a new one Acer 27, or look for some 24 inch, because 27 is too big? I think my eyes are a bit too low and monitor is too high...

Paper = eyes


If it is not much of trouble, could you please post a couple of pictures of a BLB test?
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