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BenQ Zowie XL2546 240hz thread

Discussion in 'Monitors' started by Rofflay, 19 Jul 2017.

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  1. Rofflay

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    https://www.bit-tech.net/news/tech/monitors/benq-announces-dyac-driven-zowie-xl2546-240hz-monitor/1/

    Anyone know more about this? I am curious if this will also support the Blurbusters/Benq tool? Seems like these new TN panels are now hitting 1000:1 contrast? And obviously being 1080p in such a small 23.5" format Nvidia downsampling DSR with 0% smoothing and set to 4X your resolution makes 1080p pretty good. Its certainly not got any aliasing, Textures get a improvment you notice going back and forth easily how much better it looks when you use 3840x2160 on such a small display.

    So in short i guess what you potentially have here is a 3840x2160 downsampled 240hz display with 4ms frame refresh times and motion blur reduction. You will probably also see 400nits and 1000:1 as standard. In short i would say colours and black levels and HDR are all that is missing from this. So i am very eager to see www.tftcentral.co.uk do a good teardown on this, Can you confirm you will get one? :)
     
  2. brit~XR

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    I wouldn't buy a monitor which charges you £100 for DyAc which is basically blurbuster strobing tweaks added to the monitor then selling it as a tech. Just saw the price on the rain forest and laughed. Almost £200 more then the XL2540 and doesn's have gsync.
    Oh and the monitor is 24.5 inches not 23.5.