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Pcperspective Review The First FreeSync Monitor With A 30-144hz Range

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Posted · Original PosterOP

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NX-VUE24A 

 

24" 1920 x 1080 TN panel

Adaptive sync with refresh rates between 30 - 144 Hz

1ms response time

DP 1.2a, HDMI, DL-DVI and VGA inputs

Articulating stand for height adjustment (with tilt, pivot and swivel capabilities)

 


 

NX-VUE24B

 

Same Specs as the  NX-VUE24A but with only tilt support.

 

 

 

The Nixeus Vue 24″ is the world’s first Full HD 144Hz gaming monitor certified with AMD FreeSync™ technology. Engineered with DisplayPort™ Adaptive-Sync technology, the NX-VUE24 works with AMD FreeSync™ enabled AMD Catalyst™ graphics driver and an AMD FreeSync™ technology compatible AMD Radeon™ graphics to eliminate or minimize video stuttering and tearing to deliver a more immersive smoother gaming experience. By eliminating video display issues that have been plaguing PC gaming fordecades, gamers can now focus more on their games enjoying the beautiful visuals and perfecting their craft to dominate their opponents

 


 

Written Review: http://www.pcper.com/reviews/Displays/Nixeus-Vue-24-1080P-144Hz-TN-30-144Hz-FreeSync-Monitor-Review

 

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Pretty neat for a 144hz Freesync monitor which only cost 330 dollars. Especially for people with lower end gpu's which is a big part of the market.


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1080p is still a thing?  Must be a desire and demand for retro specs and hardware.

Most people run 1080p


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In all honesty with this monitor and any other 1080p variable refresh rate monitors either G-Sync or Freesync they need to market these monitors to either a GTX 960 or R9 380 as they would get close to capping these out as it is with out the variable rate monitors


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Most people run 1080p

It's always funny seeing people on tech forums with expensive hardware who don't know that they're the minority.


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Dat bezel.


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1080p? *yawn* I had a 1080p monitor 6-7 years ago.


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1080p? *yawn* I had a 1080p monitor 6-7 years ago.

If you want to shift volume, you make 1080p screens. There are way more people that can afford 350 dollars than there are that can afford 900, and it is the most popular resolution. And until 150 dollar graphics cards can reliably do 1440p, it'll stay that way.

You also didn't have a 144Hz 1080p screen 7 years ago.


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If you want to shift volume, you make 1080p screens. There are way more people that can afford 350 dollars than there are that can afford 900, and it is the most popular resolution. And until 150 dollar graphics cards can reliably do 1440p, it'll stay that way.

You also didn't have a 144Hz 1080p screen 7 years ago.

I was in the same boat, expect I finally took the plunge and bought my first 1440p monitor 3 years ago. I realized if I wanted a monitor >1080p that I would have to shell out a little more than I usually allocate for a monitor budget. Was it expensive? Absolutely, but I didn't want to continue buying monitors with the same mundane resolution.


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Most people run 1080p

And for most people it makes sense, but whenever I see someone running something like 2 980tis and a 1080p panel I die a little bit inside.


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And for most people it makes sense, but whenever I see someone running something like 2 980tis and a 1080p panel I die a little bit inside.

 

You typically can't hit 144fps reliably at 1440p with max settings. GTA V, Witcher 3, Metro Last light, DA: Inquisition usually run around 80-90 fps with 980ti SLI.

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The price is pretty high for pretty bad specks. 144hz is nothing new. It's TN and it's only 1080p. 


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You typically can't hit 144fps reliably at 1440p with max settings. GTA V, Witcher 3, Metro Last light, DA: Inquisition usually run around 80-90 fps with 980ti SLI.

Hence the variable frame rate monitor, only an idiot would buy a variable refresh rate monitor with a rig that maxes out the refresh rate.
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It's always funny seeing people on tech forums with expensive hardware who don't know that they're the minority.

Steam hardware survey shows around 70% of users use either a single or two 1080p displays


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Given that Intel will be supporting adaptive-sync on desktop, and AMD have shown recently that freesync/adaptive sync will run perfectly over HDMI, and now adaptive sync monitors are in the "affordable" range (for the average gamer), its just a matter of time now. GG Nexeus, whoever you are, drive them prices down.  ^_^


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The price is pretty high for pretty bad specks. 144hz is nothing new. It's TN and it's only 1080p. 

Agree. The Acer GN246HL which is the cheapest 144 Hz 1080p monitor typically hovers around the $200 mark. $100 more is a steep premium for something that is more like a tertiary issue to most gamers. For your 1080p gamer who will probably be pairing it with a 380 or 960, that money could be spent on a 970 or 390 instead (yes i know Nvidia doesn't use FreeSync but you get the point) or even upgrade to a 27 inch 144 Hz monitor. Both FreeSync and GSync still need to come down in price.


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How many other monitors have their panels set up like this one? I'm not really sure how they would go about getting the panel like this compared to traditional TN setups. And many cheaper monitors will also eschew speakers (not an issue for me), good stands, or extra ports. This has one of each port, I know many budget monitors that will have VGA and ONE other, DP or HDMI. Or some recent ones with ONLY DVI, and HDMI or DP. no VGA at all. (Not as egregious to me)

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While its not the best monitor as far as panel and resolution goes, its price is not as absurd as everyone is making it out to be. Freesync is a great augmentation for a gaming experience. It will do wonders for people that have decent mid grade GPU. The price is still very affordable, and given the refresh rate and response time, i can see plenty of competitive players going for it. With such a large Freesync window, no longer will people have to fear falling outside of it like 80% of the other FS monitors. While its not the best solution, VSR can still be used to adjust the resolution for games, for those of you with a stronger GPU that want a better means of AA.

 

TL:DR? It's a step in the right direction for monitors, and i can understand its appeal. It's price is okay, even though it is only a 1080p TN panel.


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I dont know what people are expecting. Either you're trying have your e-penis on full swing, or straight out trolling.

 

This is what a lot of people actually want. Forget 1440P, people who benefit from this are the fps gamers, whose fps can go up and down in some demanding games. Most fps gamers still stick to 1080P because are you really gonna spend $600-700 for a 144hz 1440P panel. Refresh rate > resolution, for fps gamers and I expect everyone to know this already. If you don't, well there we go.

 

Considering most 24" 1080P 144hz TN monitors cost around $200, the $100 price premium makes a lot of sense and basically fulfills what AMD promised to us

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