Originally Posted by Lodewykk
The Pixio is superior in the following ways:
- They use new panels, rather than rejected ones.
- Freesync is preconfigured to 55-144Hz. (35-90 on the Crossfire)
- It's cheaper.
- Designed with people who used to own QNIX 2710's in mind.
- Local US warranty (if bought on Amazon)
The Crossfire has a cooler stand. That's it.
I'd say it's a no-brainer. I wouldn't even consider the Crossfire at this point in time. They're clearly overpriced.
As someone who owns the qnix 2710, the pixio (which has an almost identical stand/casing) has a terrible case/stand. We also aren't 100% sure of the CROSSOVER (not fire) freesync range, as i've seen someone who showed it as having 40-144hz range, and nobody can seem to actually confirm what it is (any owners want to help out here?). As for the pixio panels, we don't know what they actually use, and we don't know what crossover is currently using for their panels. As for freesync range, i'd honestly rather have 35-90hz than a high of 55. 40-144hz obviously being the preferred freesync range.