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|Tilt Angle||-5 to 35°|
|Maximum Adjustable Height||5.9" (15 cm)|
|VESA Standard||100 x 100 mm|
|Operating Power Consumption||28 W|
|Standby / Sleep||0.5 W / 0.45 W|
|Power Supply||100 - 240 V|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||24.0 x 20.0 x 7.0"|
|Package Weight||19.0 lb|
|Color Supported||16.7 million colors|
|Color Gamut||72% NTSC|
|Interfaces/Ports||1 x HDMI 1 x DisplayPort 1.2|
|Screen Size||24" (61 cm)|
|Audio||2 x 2 W Speakers|
|Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Response Time||1 ms|
|Refresh Rate||HDMI: 60 Hz DisplayPort: 144 Hz DisplayPort Overclocking Mode: 180 Hz|
|Panel Technology||Twisted Nematic Film (TN)|
|Viewing Angles (H/V)||170°/160°|
|Weight||Without Stand: 8.66 lb (3.92 kg) approximately With Stand: 13.91 lb (6.3 kg) approximately|
|Dimensions (H x W x D)||Without Stand: 13.2 x 22.3 x 2.4" (33.5 x 56.6 x 6.09 cm) With Stand: 21.34 x 22.32 x 10.55" (54.1 x 56.6 x 26.7 cm)|
|Certification||ENERGY STAR Green Compliance Certificate/Authority: MPR II|
After testing what seems like 387,001 monitors with AMD FreeSync support, I’ve finally got another honest-to-goodness Nvidia G-Sync one on my desk today, the Acer Predator XB241H – and boy, it’s a good ‘un. Part of Acer’s XB1 range, this particular incarnation is the 24in, 1920×1080, TN model .
Overall, the Acer Predator XB241H is a decent enough 24in gaming monitor. You get good contrast (for a TN panel), very fast response time, up to 180Hz overclocked refresh, Nvidia G-Sync with ULMB, and some neat little extras like an on-screen refresh rate counter.
Very fast refresh, Good contrast (for a TN panel), No obvious backlight bleed, Nvidia G-Sync, Fully adjustable, Attractive Predator design
Sub-par viewing angles, Limited connectivity and no USB hub, Poor colour accuracy, Unimpressive uniformity, Expensive
Considering return if i notice anything else i will add. Glad i got the warranty.
1ms response (supposedly) fortnite says 5ms
-Didnt come in product box (which sucks cuz i usually use box to move monitors to friends and work and such). Came is much larger box with taped bubble stuff
If you play counter strike, this is your monitor. My particular model had a pixel that did not flare up when I purchased it. I've had this monitor going on a year and no other pixels have flared. It's a great size and an amazing price to enjoy g-sync
I have a very big problem I bought this monitor 2 weeks ago because it has g sync and it is 144hz. I currently use a laptop which is plugged to the monitor. My laptop doesn’t show the g sync settings because it shows only 3D settings and the display setting are in the NVidia control panel.
Good monitor. Bought it after much research. Pros: - 144hz IS LIFE CHANGING! - Gsync is also amazing! - Good build quality and features Cons: - Default color settings are a bit off and requires a bit of tweaking to make it look nice. (But looks amazing after that.
Really nice entry level 144 Hz monitor. The 24in with GSYNC shines in games above 60 FPS. Zero tearing when GSYNC is enabled. Anything above 60 Hz (FPS) runs smooth as butter. If you have a card capable of pushing those rates at 1080p and a mid range budget, this monitor is for you.
Since g-sync monitors are no longer expensive, I decided to buy one to enhance my PUBG gaming experience. My rig is 6700k, gtx1070,16gb, which is good enough for 1080p, 144htz gaming. The performance of this monitor is as expected.
Just received this and this is how it looks when you freshly boot it up. I spend at least an hour with the manufacturer support telling me to hard reset the equipment. I don't have any proof when I called the support because red with vertical lines fades overtime. Here’s my proof now.
Only a few weeks after the monitor's warranty expired, the monitor began to turn off when video/3D applications played on the screen. After updating to several GPU drivers, and purchasing a new display-port cable, the culprit must be the monitor itself.
This monitor is excellent! However here’s Simone stuff you’d like to know before buying. If your like me then you probably didn’t know that an HDMI cable cannot use more then 60Hz.
like seriously this stand is so cool. It's so big and you can like turn the whole screen upside down?!??!???! Is this real life??!???!?!?! The stand is just so sturdy you could probably attach a 10lb dumbbell to the top and it would still be ROCK SOLID.