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BenQ Zowie Xl2735 27 Inch 144 Hz E-sports Gaming Monitor With 1 MS Height Adjust £274 Ebay Currys
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BenQ Zowie Xl2735 27 Inch 144 Hz E-sports Gaming Monitor With 1 MS Height Adjust £274 Ebay Currys

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Now £274 - 4th July 19
Specification
  • Screen technology: LED
  • Screen size: 27"
  • Resolution Quad HD: 2560 x 1440p
  • Refresh rate: 144 Hz
  • Frequency range: Horizontal: 30 - 222 kHz- Vertical: 40 - 144 Hz
  • Brightness: 250 cd/m²
  • Response time: 1 ms
  • Native contrast ratio: 1000:1
  • Dynamic contrast ratio: 12,000,000:1
  • Connections: HDMI x 2- DisplayPort x 1- USB 3.0 x 4
  • Audio output: 3.5 mm jack
  • Colour: Black
  • Box contents: BenQ Zowie XL2735 Quad HD 27" LED Gaming Monitor
  • Dimensions: 559 x 633 x 226 mm (H x W x D)
  • Weight: 10 kg
  • Product Code: 232893
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Down to £274 now?

Not great as it's a TN Panel and no Freesync or GSync

trustedreviews.com/rev…735
Edited by: "strocky" 4th Jul
strocky04/07/2019 12:29

Down to £274 now?Not great as it's a TN Panel and no Freesync or …Down to £274 now?Not great as it's a TN Panel and no Freesync or GSynchttps://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/benq-zowie-xl2735


TN panels are fine for gaming, it's a gaming monitor.

If you're doing photo editing from oblique angles then yes, it's not great.
what would having freesync add to this monitor?
Jemmyboy04/07/2019 12:58

what would having freesync add to this monitor?


Another 8 characters?
Why does it have wings?
Jemmyboy04/07/2019 12:58

what would having freesync add to this monitor?


No tearing in single player games.

You dont want free sync or g sync for competitive gaming because if lag.

It's a redundant feature if all you do is play competitively online
johnthehuman04/07/2019 13:46

Why does it have wings?


Presumably so your neighbour can’t see you watching porn
Jemmyboy04/07/2019 12:58

what would having freesync add to this monitor?


I have the BenQ XL2730Z, which has FreeSync, and the answer to your question is: absolutely everything, having FreeSync is amazing, it's literally the single biggest and best new thing in computer gaming that I experienced since the wow of moving to the PC in 1998 from my 1991 Mega Drive.
Topinio04/07/2019 20:26

I have the BenQ XL2730Z, which has FreeSync, and the answer to your …I have the BenQ XL2730Z, which has FreeSync, and the answer to your question is: absolutely everything, having FreeSync is amazing, it's literally the single biggest and best new thing in computer gaming that I experienced since the wow of moving to the PC in 1998 from my 1991 Mega Drive.



In what way?
Jemmyboy04/07/2019 20:33

In what way?


Having 144hz with no freesync is madness.

Unless your game sits at 144fps constantly you will get screen tearing. There's loads of examples online about it, Freesync will stop tearing all the way down to about 40fps.
i see...thxs
Jemmyboy04/07/2019 20:33

In what way?


Gaming but with no tearing is wonderful. Can't believe I tolerated it's awfulness for so long.

100 Hz to 144 Hz is damn nice.

If you have no FreeSyn or G-SYNC on a 144 Hz screen, either you drop settings low to guarantee to stay over 144 FPS, or you choose to be at 72 Hz (maybe 36 Hz), or you choose tearing. Both of these suck.

The upgrades to almost any rig that you would need, to guarantee staying over 144 FPS at settings that look nice, cost much more than the cost delta of FreeSync on a monitor.
Edited by: "Topinio" 4th Jul
It only matters if you care about tearing. Which competitive gamers don't.
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