Benq Begins Shipping XL2730Z FreeSync Gaming Monitor

Maximum PC: AMD last month announced a handful of monitors supporting its FreeSync technology, the company's answer to Nvidia's G-Sync solution for ensuring smoother game play. One of those monitors was Benq's XL2730Z, a 27-inch display that's big on buzzwords and hype. It's also now shipping and avaiable to order online for $599 MSRP, slightly lower than we've seen it on virtual store shelves before Benq declared its as being officially available.

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Sahil3310d ago

FreeSync should work with nVidia cards as long as they have DisplayPort 1.2a outputs, right?


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Gigabyte Announces their AORUS AD27QD Tactical Gaming FreeSync Monitor

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NVIDIA Announces G-SYNC Ultimate and G-SYNC Compatible Monitors

As a move to expand its G-SYNC ecosystem, NVIDIA has introduced a new program called G-SYNC Compatible that'll enable G-SYNC Support for FreeSync monitors.

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Cobra9511962d ago

^ Alternate source ^

This opens the floodgates. Good move all around, maybe even Nvidia's bottom line. People with Freesync monitors will now at least consider Big Green's cards.

FinalFantasyFanatic1961d ago

I use Nvidia's GPUs with my freesync monitor, I just miss out on using freesync, can't be helped though, I intended to use only AMD cards but wasn't happy with them so I jumped. Knowing what I know now, I would have bought the G-Sync equivalent instead or just not worried about variable refresh rates.

kevnb1962d ago (Edited 1962d ago )

YAY! Hopefully compatibility grows.