Acer Predator XB323QK NV with 31.5″ 4K IPS Panel and 144Hz Refresh Rate

Acer announced yesterday their forthcoming Predator XB323QK NV display which is 31.5″ in size and features a 3840 x 2160 (“4K”) resolution IPS panel combined with a high refresh rate of 144Hz. Adaptive-Sync is supported for variable refresh rates, including ‘G-sync Compatible Mode’ (certification pending) and AMD FreeSync, with an assumed 48 – 144Hz (plus LFC) variable refresh rate range.

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Acer Announce Predator XB3 Series Including 27″ IPS with 1440p and 270Hz Refresh Rate Combined

XB273U GS pictured

Acer have announced three new models in their new Predator XB3 range. These are the 27″ sized XB273U GS and XB273U GX, as well as the 24.5″ sized XB253Q GZ. All three models will support adaptive-sync for variable refresh rates from AMD FreeSync and NVIDIA G-sync systems. Certification under the ‘G-sync Compatible’ scheme is expected although not confirmed yet.

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Acer Predator X25 Announced with 360Hz Refresh Rate IPS Panel

Acer announced yesterday their new Predator X25 gaming monitor. Following in the footsteps of Asus and Dell who have previously announced similar models of their own, the X25 will feature a 24.5″ size IPS panel, with a 1920 x 1080 resolution and a 360Hz refresh rate. The screen uses a Native G-sync hardware module to support variable refresh rates. It’s response time performance will need to be very good to keep up with this super-high refresh rate.

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LG 38GN950 Now Available to Pre-order – Full Information Included

We brought you a sneak peak of the forthcoming LG 38GN950 back in January, and we now have some more detailed information about the screen as well as the availability of the first pre-orders. The 38GN950 is an adaptive-sync alternative to the excellent Native G-sync 38GL950G display we reviewed in February. While that model did actually allow support for both NVIDIA and AMD systems, it featured a hardware G-sync module. This new model keeps many of the specs and features of the other, but uses normal adaptive-sync to support VRR from both graphics card platforms. The VRR performance should be solid though as the screen has been certified under both the NVIDIA ‘G-sync Compatible’ and AMD ‘FreeSync Premium Pro’ schemes.

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