List of all IPS/VA gsync/freesync monitors

Discussion in 'Computer Monitor Forum' started by Teawithgrief, Jul 20, 2015.

  1. Teawithgrief

    Teawithgrief Guest

    -IPS or VA or their variant panels only. TN panels are ignored and should be avoided anyway.
    -All are/should be flicker free too.
    -Prices are either known or best estimate in US $.
    -All models are either released or released in a month or two.
    -Also accumulating available gsync laptops, listing the display and the cheapest price you can get a new one for. The laptop MUST have "g-sync" in its name.


    Monitors:

    350$ Samsung s24e370dl - 24inch, IPS, 1920x1080, 60hz + freesync
    450$ Samsung s27e370ds - 27inch, IPS, 1920x1080, 60hz + freesync

    300$ LG 29um67 - 29inch, IPS, 2560x1080, 75hz + freesync
    500$ LG 34um67 - 34inch, IPS, 2560x1080, 75hz + freesync
    1100$ Acer xz350cu - 35inch, VA, 2560x1080, 144hz + freesync
    1200$ Acer z35 - 35inch, VA, 2560x1080, 200hz + gsync

    600$ Asus mg279q - 27inch, IPS, 2560x1440, 90hz + freesync
    800$ Asus pg279q - 27inch, IPS, 2560x1440, 165hz + gsync
    800$ Acer xb270hu - 27inch, IPS, 2560x1440, 144hz + gsync
    800$ Acer xb271hu - 27inch, IPS, 2560x1440, 150hz + gsync
    800$ Eizo fs2735 - 27inch, IPS, 2560x1440, 144hz + freesync

    1100$ Acer xr341ck - 34inch, IPS, 3440x1440, 75hz + freesync
    1300$ Acer x34 - 34inch, IPS, 3440x1440, 100hz + gsync
    1300$ Asus pg348q - 34inch, IPS, 3440x1440, 100hz + gsync

    600$ LG 27mu67 - 27 inch, IPS, 3840x2160, 60hz + freesync
    800$ Asus pg27aq - 27inch, IPS, 3840x2160, 60hz + gsync
    800$ Acer xb271hk - 27inch, IPS, 3840x2160, 75hz + gsync
    500$ Samsung u24e590d - 24inch, IPS, 3840x2160, 60hz + freesync
    500$ Samsung u24e850r - 24inch, IPS, 3840x2160, 60hz + freesync
    1200$ Samsung u32e850r - 32inch, IPS, 3840x2160, 60hz + freesync


    Laptops:

    1800$ ASUS g751...g-sync - 17inch, IPS, 1920x1080, 75hz + gsync
    1600$ MSI gt72...g-sync - 17inch, IPS, 1920x1080, 75hz + gsync
     
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  2. fantaskarsef

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  3. Teawithgrief

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    Thank you, but this thread is about the NON-TN gsync/freesync monitors out there.
    Id appreciate if you removed the ROG Swift thread link.
    And added any "owners threads" for any of the other monitors on the list, once they appear.
     
  4. Cartman372

    Cartman372 Maha Guru

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    The LG 29UM67 and 34UM67 are both 60hz panels, not 75hz.

    Also some updated prices:

    BenQ XR3501 - $999
    ASUS PG278Q - $749

    Also you shouldn't list prices for monitors that don't have a manufacturer announced price, as anything else is purely rumors. You should also state which ones aren't even released yet as a bunch of the ones you listed, you can't actually buy.

    Not yet for sale:

    Acer Z35
    ASUS AG279Q (Unless that's a misspell and you meant the PG278Q)
    ASUS PG34Q
    Acer XR341CK
    Acer XR341CKA
    Acer XB271HK
    ASUS PG27AQ
    Samsung U24E850R
     

  5. Teawithgrief

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    The first two LG widescreens are 75hz in fact. Please check ANY review of them online. Or even the Guru3d review of the 34um67.

    Thank you for the price update on the benq xr3501. (I removed the benq xr3501 because it does not have gsync or freesync - which is not consistent with the list. I put it up there before, because its unique in many aspects)

    Regarding the rest of the prices, when they are released soon, you`ll see that those prices are about the same degree of correct, with an error within 100$.

    And the asus pg278q is NOT on the list. Because its a TN panel. And anyone who values their money should avoid TN. Since we have 144hz IPS`s now, we can all stop defending the obsolete horrible TN`s, the sooner we do that, the sooner we all can have affordable 144hz IPS`s of smaller sizes and resolutions for all.

    The title of the post is "all IPS/VA gsync/freesync monitors".
     
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  6. fantaskarsef

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    Did so, sorry, didn't think about it in the first place.
     
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    Has anyone heard any updates on this one?
    600$ LG 27mu67 - 27 inch, IPS, 3840x2160, 60hz, freesync

    Everything I can find says it was supposed to be out in June but of course their site still says coming soon and its almost August.
     
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  10. Teawithgrief

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    Updated. Will try to accumulate AVAILABLE non-TN, gsync laptops too.

    Please let me know any more that there are, if you know. I need the exact display specs and the cheapest price you can get a new one for.
     

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    Both of you guys are not wrong but right at the same time. LG 21:9 Freesync monitor is 60hz & 75hz here why. non AMD GPU you get 60hz max in 2560x1080p in HDMI, DVI & DP 1.2a, if you use AMD GPU with Freesync you get 75hz max on DP 1.2a in 2560x1080p.
     
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    Somehow the link doesn't work.
     
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    An update if anyone cares.
    For this guy: 600$ LG 27mu67 - 27 inch, IPS, 3840x2160, 60hz, freesync

    LG's site stills says 'coming soon'....but

    bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1164749-REG/lg_27mu67_b_27_class_4k_uhd.html (Sorry, I can't post links yet. not enough post counts).

    Has updated their site and has it listed as:
    Item - Coming Soon
    Expected availability: August 17 2015

    So I would assume, the rest of the world will be seeing it pop up soon.
     
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    no 16:10 I getting worried if my 2 IPS 32" panels ever die
     

  16. Teawithgrief

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    Monoprice has a 30" IPS 2560x1600 monitor which they guarantee will overclock to 100hz at least and 120hz probably.

    Personally i think the 16:10 fanboyism is long overdue to die.
    For any form of media content 21:9 > all, its a no brainer, some people still have not understood this, but they will, its only a matter of time.

    Laptops for work could be 16:10, but thats it - and Apple makes those.
    Desktop monitors for work should remain in the 16:9 standard, cuz its widespread and cuz you can work on two documents side by side better. Although there are lots of 16:10 work monitors on the very expensive "professional" end.
     
  17. yasamoka

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    That Monoprice monitor has been reviewed and has been shown not to overclock (anything worthwhile) beyond 60Hz without frameskipping / blanking out. Therefore, it's a 60Hz monitor and not 100Hz nor 120Hz.

    Hopefully it's only a matter of time before you stop your 21:9 fetish, it's getting tiring on these forums. Perhaps start by understanding the difference between opinion and fact.
     
  18. Teawithgrief

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    Oh sure, you do the SAME EXACT THINGS regarding 16:10 first tho.
     
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    I do my gaming from my couch on the big screen and not sitting in front of my monitor.
    So my question is when or if are we going to see Free/G-sync technology in big screen TV's ??
    I understand G-sync you need a $100 module in the panel, but Freesync you don't so can I assume it would be easier to implement ?
     
  20. Teawithgrief

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    Theres a Wasabi Mango UHD420 for 800$ on ebay.

    A 42" 3840x2160 60hz IPS monitor with a freesync module in it. You have to do some tricks to update the firmware to enable it and all - but thats just a matter of time.

    So, the 40" + freesync screens are coming. And the korean brands are the first so far. So far the ones that are out all need you do do the firmware upgrade yourself.

    There are some others with freesync too, with a 50" 4k among them, but that Wasabi Mango UHD420 is the only one ive seen actually confirmed by a big youtube tech channel. Check pcperspective channel on youtube.
     
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