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Anyone tried this yet?

It seems like they are a relatively new company, Korean company but US based in CA.

The exterior looks like another 27" Qnix or CrossOver monitors. multi-inputs, matte screens with glossy bezel.
The performance stated exactly like the QNIX QX2710 LED Evolution ll DP Multi TRUE10, word by word.

Is it just an another re-brand but with a much decent RMA? or it is something new?

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Has to be a rebrand with a different OEM. There are only so many 27' 144Hz UHD monitors on the market, y'know. tongue.gif
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Bump.

They advertise the AVQ270 as an "overclockable" display with a flicker-free backlight. It also has HDMI input, and you can order it straight from their site.

http://www.atronvision.com/store/atronvision-monitors/atronvision-monitors-sub/avq270.html



The site says they're based in California, which is what makes it interesting. Unlike the other brands, shipping and returns shouldn't be a PITA, in theory.


I'd order one if I didn't already have a Shimian... someone should try this out.
Edited by brucethemoose - 12/14/15 at 1:15pm
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So I found some reviews online. There are people claiming it skips frames the second you go over 60hz, but they claim that this is a test that they did on their own monitor.

"Atron Vision AVQ270S Frame Skipping Test"

Joanne Tech Lover has two videos on it, both a Review video and a video of how to overclock it where it seems implied that she went above 120hz. (Though, no specific tests for frame skipping)

Tech YES City is the one with a review claiming that it frameskips. It also looks like it has some awful backlight bleed, which is a sentiment shared by the review that I found on newegg, which also claimed frame skipping.
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These multi-input monitors have been known to frameskip thus the overclock stands for nothing, i thought we've known this for some time with the other multi-input korean monitors?
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Yes, this was supposed to be standard. But here we have the company representing their version of the product claiming that it doesn't frame skip.

Is this the exception to the rule? Did they do something different? Or are they lying?

The ASUS MG279Q has multiple inputs and doesn't frameskip. Did this do something similar?
Edited by rolfathan - 1/26/16 at 5:53pm
post #7 of 7
Bumping, and answering some of my questions.

  • They were frame-skipping, but apparently they issued a firmware upgrade that fixed this. Now they have this video as their form of proof of it not frame skipping. I would like to see a user-uploaded more recent video (post firmware upgrade) but I did see a review online that claimed that there was no frame skipping on his unit.
  • People are saying that they have achieved 120hz.
  • This video (pre-firmware upgrade) claims it is the auptronics panel. To the best of my understanding, would this mean that it's the panel from the Asus PG279Q and Acer XF270HU.

    I'm worried about it being autronics, as the quality control issues on those Asus and Acer entries are mind-bogglingly common, and extreme.

    On the other hand, with how many of those issues were recognizable out of the box, I wonder if Atron is simply better-testing these before they ship them out. While the reviews have been few, I'm still yet to see anything nearly as bad as some of the horror stories I've heard (and personally experienced) from the Asus and Acer gaming monitors.
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