Nixeus debuts new FreeSync monitor lineup at CES.

cageymaru

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Article on the Nixeus new FreeSync monitor lineup. Nixeus was the first to create a 30 - 144Hz FreeSync monitor.
https://www.custompcreview.com/news...ng-monitor-32-inch-4k-freesync-monitor/36062/


Nixeus Unveils World’s First 27-inch 1440p, 30-144Hz FreeSync Gaming Monitor.

27-inch 1440p FreeSync gaming monitor with a variable refresh rate range of 30-144Hz.

IPS panel with a 4ms response time and is capable of displaying up to 16.8 million colors.

HDMI, DisplayPort 1.2A and dual-link DVI-D.

$449.

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Nixeus NX-VUE32 which is a 32-inch 4K 60Hz FreeSync monitor which features an IPS panel and is designed to support 4:4:4 chroma subsampling at 4K over HDMI 2.0.


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peter@nixeus Would you happen to have more specs on these monitors? Or cool pictures to post about them?

Not yet... Also I think they took the wrong picture of the NX-VUE32 (didn't realized it till now). We had two there with different scalar suppliers and bezels.

Hopefully I will have them in the next few weeks once everything is confirmed.

So much glow... :eek:

I think it was the image used.
 

Creig

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That 27" seems to hit all the right points:

IPS - check
144 Hz high end refresh - check
30 Hz low end limit - check
1440P - check
FreeSync - check

Even the price is really nice considering equivalent G-sync models are running $700+. I'll definitely be checking out reviews of that one.
 

THUMPer

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Specs are great. Lets hope the build quality of the monitor is top notch too.
 

Maddness

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That 27" seems to hit all the right points:

IPS - check
144 Hz high end refresh - check
30 Hz low end limit - check
1440P - check
FreeSync - check

Even the price is really nice considering equivalent G-sync models are running $700+. I'll definitely be checking out reviews of that one.

Hopefully the Freesync goes all the way up to 144hz. Somerhing the Asus 27 144hz panel doesn't. Only goes to 90.
 

tungt88

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That 32" 4K IPS FreeSync monitor would be nice to pair up with a Vega card, assuming that Vega can surpass a GTX 1080. Hopefully the 32" will be priced competitively.
Would certainly be a good price/performance combo.
 

dopefishz

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All of these high-resolution, high refresh rate freesync monitors, and still no AMD GPU solution to drive them properly,

Like they say these days. Wait for Vega.
 

Creig

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All of these high-resolution, high refresh rate freesync monitors, and still no AMD GPU solution to drive them properly,

Like they say these days. Wait for Vega.
An RX480 is powerful enough to drive the 1440P display at fairly high settings. I would imagine that CrossFired RX480, Fury, etc or any of the more recent dual GPU cards would be able to power the 4K display decently as well.
 
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