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Acer Predator XB271HUA (bmiprz)

Acer Predator XB271HUA (bmiprz)

  • Maximum resolution: 2560x1440
  • Screen size: 27 inches
  • Refresh rate: 165 Hz
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a year ago
Very good display. Value for your money

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2 years ago
Very pleased with my screen. Had first HP Omen but had to return due to various reasons. This screen does what it should and does it well, never reached the stray. Should get higher points with cleaner and not so plastic design, the foot is also hugely bulky. But it's as said the design that pulls down, the performance there is nothing wrong with.

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2 years ago*
1 dead pixel up in the left hand corner of my ex and several pixels that shine on and off and turn green so you have to tap the screen a bit to get rid of them. Acers pixel warranty says it must be at least 15 pixels as strange before you can replace its screen. (4 pixels per million pixels) Clouding is available, but it is quite even across the screen, see if you have a total black screen that is generally brighter over the entire screen if compared to my old Benq M2700HD. Then the light is very strong on the screen, one can lower the brightness and contrast a lot, otherwise the eyes can be broken by the brightness of the light. Would not buy a Predator again and I do not think there will be an Acer ever again for my part. The polar also bought a similar screen at the same time as me and he has exactly the same problem with his screen, a couple of dead pixels in the corners and several that turn green on and off.
*Edited 2 years

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3 years ago*
Be a bit uncertain about viewing angle and color rendering with the screen delivered what I expected for the price. Went from an ips panel and the colors are a little more gray on the tn panel. It also does its job and runs 165hz with a good flow. The sharpness is not something I want to complain about, but some seem to think that the competitors have more of that part. Had a green pixel on delivery in one corner but it disappeared after putting a slight pressure on the area. Games like csgo and farcry look really good. I will also take care to warn of all types of panels when ghosting is extreme according to your own experience. + good colors 1440p is a must G-Sync - the top of the screen falls a bit from a good viewing angle Expensive A little plastic construction
*Edited 3 years

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3 years ago*
I've spent a long time watching a screen with: 27 "1440p, 144hz and G-Sync. The choice then took place between IPS panel and TN panel. You who know that they are screening with IPS is a lot more expensive from Asus / Acer. But finds class 1 on CDON for 4899: - Made the selection easy. TN panel got it. But I just want to say that there is still very good picture and viewing angles, I absolutely do not need more than this. I was also a little scared when many talked about backlight bleed, etc. on the IPS panels, and I did not feel like chasing it. Nä recommends this screen highly! Really amazing picture. And I was skeptical about how much G-sync would actually do, but it's incredibly nice. I think it makes me dare to push my GTX 970 to slightly higher graphics and still get a good experience around 50-70fps. Then a last note! overclocking to 165hz, but keep in mind that you can not run G-sync and overclocking at the same time. ps: I have mine on the wall, but the footrest is sickly beautiful with the dark red metal! Buy only! :)
*Edited 3 years

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3 years ago*
It is currently one of the more affordable 144 Hz (165 Hz) screens with G-sync, especially when you get a resolution of 1440p. I bought it a couple of weeks ago and have been testing games like BF1, GTA V, Assassin's Creed Origins, Overwatch and Rocket League. Combined with a GTX 1070 Ti, you can play with the higher settings and take advantage of the high refresh rate and G-sync. Now it will be difficult to use other types of screens.
*Edited 3 years

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3 years ago*
Have had the screen for just over a month and it's really better than my old 60hz screen. That it is TN is a particular disadvantage, but I thought it was worth when the corresponding IPS cost 1500 more. It is hardly noticeable in normal mode but tested in vertical mode, and then it was barely used.
*Edited 3 years

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3 years ago*
Like everyone else, it seems that it's a good screen, everything is flowing thanks to G sync. Everything looks good at 1440p but not so great at 1080p as good graphics cards are required.
*Edited 3 years

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3 years ago*
This screen is the best screen I've had. Have previously used an Aoc 1080p 144hz and after that I used a previous version of this screen. Noticed a big difference when I switched to this one. Although there was no mistake in the past, the difference in quality felt tremendous. + 144Hz is wonderful. The screen can be overclocked to 165Hz but I have not tried it. + 1440p is wonderful. Large area to everything and details becomes much better. + I think the colors are clear and have no problem with viewing angles. + Good settings for setting profiles, etc. Have been able to set colors and other things as I want it when I play or just sitting and surfing at night and can change quickly between them. - Big Foot. The screen is very stable, but it is because of the big foot. If you have a large desktop, it's no problem but it's of the smaller size, the screen may need to be pushed with mouse / keyboard.
*Edited 3 years

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4 years ago*
I physically checked my ROG swift pg278q and got a new one on insurance minus deductible of 1500kr. So it had to be this since it was a little cheaper. It's quite ok in comparison. Refresh rate, colors and things are good at gaming. You can turn off gaming mode, maybe you save the screen for longer life? The only thing I want to complain about is the menu system that is completely useless compared to Asus, only comfort is that there are 3 different profiles that you can put on. Then I think it's very light with everything at minimum, you get completely dazzled in the evenings, so I can screw down via the Nvidia control panel. Quite ok, but I like swift better.
*Edited 4 years

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