Nixeus debuts new FreeSync monitor lineup at CES.

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  1. cageymaru

    cageymaru [H]ard|News Staff Member

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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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  3. cageymaru

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

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    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.

    I think it was the image used.
     
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    I think it was the panel used. ;)
     
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    That 27 1440 looks pretty sweet. Have to keep a lookout for a review :)
     
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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.
     
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    Specs are great. Lets hope the build quality of the monitor is top notch too.
     
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    Hopefully the Freesync goes all the way up to 144hz. Somerhing the Asus 27 144hz panel doesn't. Only goes to 90.
     
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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.
     
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    I just hope they don't make it to gaudy like the Acer predator series.
     
  13. 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.
     
  14. Creig

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    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.