Windows 10: 4K Monitors - confused over specs
4K Monitors - confused over specs
Can someone tell me what the difference is between these 2 monitors, and why the price is almost double? Is it purely G-Sync or am I missing something?
Acer XB271HK (~£750) and LG 27UD68P (~£390). Both are same res, same IPS, same 60Hz, etc.
Also, when using a 3840x2160 display at lower res in games, do they perform OK at 1440p? I've always felt that 1080p would better (smoother) as it is half the res of 2160p rather than having to do all sorts of interpolations of pixels for 1440p.
They seem quite similar as you post. The 27UD68P uses an 8 bit*panel with A-FRC to give a 10 bit (1 billion) color range. If the Acer uses a real 10 bit panel, that might make it more expensive, but I*haven't been able to find whether it does or not.
I don't do much gaming, and I haven't tried non-native resolutions on my UHD monitor (Samsung U28D590D, a lowly TN monitor).
Gets close to the Titan XP but not quite there... should hopefully be a lot cheaper though
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Computer: ACPI x64 based PC
Main Hard Drive: HTS721010G9S SCSI (Switching to a better one soon)
Display adapter: AMD XFX RADEON HD 6870 1GB
AMD Athlon(tm) II X2 260 Processor
What games can I run with these specs? Playable games and I don't worry if I play at the lowest settings in game. Thanks!!
PS : I know the driver date is old of the...