Nixeus, a Los Angeles-based consumer electronics company that was founded in 2010, has officially launched their new EDG 27 gaming monitor, which they claim is the world’s first WQHD IPS-based display with an AMD FreeSync range of 30Hz to 144Hz. Since the devil is in the details, their claim might indeed be correct. Based on our research, its principal competition either has a similar wide adaptive refresh range but a TN panel (Acer Predator XG270HU) or a 144Hz IPS panel that only supports a much narrower 35-90Hz FreeSync range (ASUS MG279Q). As a result, the Nixeus EDG 27 does indeed appear to be the only 144Hz FreeSync IPS monitor that has a 30Hz minimum refresh rate. Focusing on some of the other specs, the Nixeus EDG...
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