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The price is a bit of a let down for me, guess ill wait for round 2 of gsync 🙂
Damn that price. I was expecting £250-300. I'll wait.
lol the price wtf......you can buy 2 2560x1440 LPS panels for that price.... Ill stick with 1440p all day over 1080p gsync lmao
I'll stick to Mantle+V-sync off+capped fps but thanks for the review.
Nice review, Hilb, but that price...:eek3: I felt slapped.
How much for a 24" 1080p panel? Jokes.
Seems cool. 2560 x 1440 minimum res, please. :P
So if you are comfortable with a Philips screwdriver then soon you can purchase the G-Sync module itself and mod an ASUS VG248QE monitor at home. A complete installation instruction manual will be available to view online when the module becomes available, giving you a good idea of the skill level required for the DIY solution; assuming proficiency with modding, the technical gurus believe installation should take approximately 30 minutes.Perhaps I missed this but was there any pricing on the G-Sync module mod? My son has the VG248QE.
27inch 144hz or i am not interested :P
Damn. Too expensive. I guess the exclusivity's to blame. And/or NV just upped their greedy mode. 🙁
I was very interested - that was, until I saw the price. I'm getting a little annoyed at Nvidia, honestly, as if they can, they'll charge a huge premium for as long as possible, so G-Sync will never be cheap unless AMD come out with their own similar tech. I also think Mantle could be an awesome change for PC Gaming - but, I bet Nvidia will never use it - even though they could and should. I seriously hope they don't come out with their own. Anyway, for that price, you'd have to be barking mad.
How much for a 24" 1080p panel? Jokes.And TN panel...
I agree with AvengerUK....youd truly off to be off your rocker to purchase one of these panels anywhere close to 600$...you can buy a gorgeous 1440p panel for half that price.... 1440p 60-120hz > 1080p Gsync lol
Great for those who own a 60Hz monitor or experience screen tearing. But what if you don't fit into the above categories - Gsync is of little to no benefit...hence why imo it's overhyped and way too expensive.
And TN panel...Oh, I had TN there as well, must have deleted it by mistake. I would think gsync is cool, but it would have to be a 27" 1440p ips/pls 120hz panel. that would cost a £1000+. I'll stick to my Qnix at 120hz 1440p, PLS goodness. at 110+hz you really don't struggle with tearing any more.
27inch 144hz or i am not interested :Pjust get a korean mate, you won't regret it.
Wow, that is waaaaay more expensive than I thought it would be. Hope modules come out to mod existing 120hz Asus monitors.
Oh, I had TN there as well, must have deleted it by mistake. I would think gsync is cool, but it would have to be a 27" 1440p ips/pls 120hz panel. that would cost a £1000+. I'll stick to my Qnix at 120hz 1440p, PLS goodness. at 110+hz you really don't struggle with tearing any more.Aye. Make it cheaper and bundle it with something else than TN garbage and I would be excited. For now I'll keep my 1080p 75Hz IPS.
The panel costs slightly over €300 without G-sync and now they want over €500...right...
Wow, that is waaaaay more expensive than I thought it would be. Hope modules come out to mod existing 120hz Asus monitors.I wouldn't want to guess the price of a module either...