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Buy acer xfa240?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I want to buy a new monitor (with freesync, at least 1080p and 144hz). The only i can afford in my country is the acer xfa240. I've seen some reviews and they say it's fine for its price, but the colours are't very good. The most important thing about this monitor is it has freesync and it's gsync compatible.

What do you think? Is it a good buy? If i must buy another, tell me recomendations (with gsync compatible).

My pc is: -i5 6500

-Gtx 1060 6gb

-16 gb RAM 2133mhz

My budget is 200-250.

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32 minutes ago, holasusana said:

I want to buy a new monitor (with freesync, at least 1080p and 144hz). The only i can afford in my country is the acer xfa240. I've seen some reviews and they say it's fine for its price, but the colours are't very good. The most important thing about this monitor is it has freesync and it's gsync compatible.

What do you think? Is it a good buy? If i must buy another, tell me recomendations (with gsync compatible).

My pc is: -i5 6500

-Gtx 1060 6gb

-16 gb RAM 2133mhz

My budget is 200-250.

Well there is not such a monitor that has freesync and g-sync If you want g-sync it is going to cost 300 dollars more off the bat, and that is all you have to spend so forget g-sync.  If you want freesync monitor that is easy most gaming monitors are freesync support.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
9 minutes ago, Turtle Rig said:

Well there is not such a monitor that has freesync and g-sync If you want g-sync it is going to cost 300 dollars more off the bat, and that is all you have to spend so forget g-sync.  If you want freesync monitor that is easy most gaming monitors are freesync support.

a few weeks ago, nvidia launch drivers that are gsync compatible. It means that some monitors (certified by nvidia) with freesync are compatible with gsync, so you can use the tecnology without buying a gsync monitor. The acer xfa240 is certified by nvidia.

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2 hours ago, holasusana said:

a few weeks ago, nvidia launch drivers that are gsync compatible. It means that some monitors (certified by nvidia) with freesync are compatible with gsync, so you can use the tecnology without buying a gsync monitor. The acer xfa240 is certified by nvidia.

That sounds juicy!  good find


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