Monitor BenQ GW2750HM Review

Some year-two ago monitors with large 27-inch displays employed only TN+Film panel types. Their price, of course, was not affordable for the entry-level and average customer sectors. But today, 27-inch products are not rarity and, moreover, they are developed also on an advanced AMVA panel type at a more reasonable price. BenQ marveled its customers last summer by the release of an outstanding monitor, codenamed GW2750HM, based exactly on AMVA panel. Its alluring price also added to the product's popularity.

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Monitor BenQ GW2750HM employs AMVA panel (M270HW02 V1), designed by AU Optronics, with W-LED lighting. The latter is called to reduce power consumption and add some neatness to the design. This panel's response time is estimated at 4 ms that is considered to be an optimal index for such type of products. The model features 27-inch display with 1920x1080 resolution, 178/178 viewing angles, 5000:1 static contrast, and 20 million to 1 dynamic contrast. The …

Asus Boasts a New ROG Swift PG278Q Gaming Monitor

Asus has begun a new season with the introduction of one more ROG series representative – the ROG Swift PG278Q PC monitor. This 27-inch model outstrips the competitors by a number of exclusive facilities, including an increased refresh rate (starting from 120 Hz), a minimal response time (1 ms only), a true WQHD resolution, and support for Nvidia G-Sync technology. In keeping with the company’s strategy, the monitor is oriented primarily on gamers; however, all fans of high-end imaging will find it a godsend.

To begin with, it must be stressed that Asus ROG Swift PG278Q is the first ever display with WQHD resolution (2560x1440) that supports advanced G-Sync options. These options are thought to synchronize the screen refresh rate with the GPU frames output rate. Thanks to this, there is no tearing or output latency; instead, the gamers enjoy more productivity and a really swift response. The model accommodates DisplayPort v.1.2 in order to communicate with compatible …

MSI Updates Its Motherboard Line with X79A-GD45 Plus Model

MSI, a global designer of different PC hardware items, updated its ATX motherboards line with a new model X79A-GD45 Plus. As it’s seen from the codename, the board is based on Intel X79 Express system logics and is estimated for the integration of Intel Sandy Bridge-E CPUs for LGA2011 socket. According to preliminary information, a recommended price for the new item will fluctuate within the measures of $200-$250.

Motherboard X79A-GD45 Plus from MSI is furnished with 9-phase power subsystem and two heatsinks of different framework template. This subsystem has been developed with the implementation of DrMOS II technology relied on high-quality components which comply with Military Class III concept. Those components totally correspond to MIL-STD-810G standard in terms of stability and reliability of operation. Memory subsystem consists of eight 240-contact DIMM slots that allow for the integration of up to 128GB of 4-channel DDR3 memory type. The system supports various …
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