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Acer Predator XN253QXbmiprzx

PostPosted: 11 Jul 2019, 06:37
by kronos
Hello, I'm new here. I was comparing some 240Hz monitors and I found this one here:

https://www.brack.ch/acer-monitor-predator-xn253qxbmiprzx-919982

0.3ms!

Anyone tested it?

Re: Acer Predator XN253QXbmiprzx

PostPosted: 11 Jul 2019, 11:01
by do0om
Review is pending here : https://twitter.com/pcmonitors/status/1 ... 5392016388
for the freesync version : https://twitter.com/TFTCentral/status/1 ... 7399746560
You just have to wait a bit :D

Re: Acer Predator XN253QXbmiprzx

PostPosted: 09 Aug 2019, 11:45
by kronos
Here it is:
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Box said 0.4ms
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don't know if its the new .09-TN-panel
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the cables included - just videoport/usb/power
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Aside AG352QCX
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Re: Acer Predator XN253QXbmiprzx

PostPosted: 11 Aug 2019, 18:59
by whitepuzzle
kronos wrote:Here it is:
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Box said 0.4ms
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don't know if its the new .09-TN-panel
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the cables included - just videoport/usb/power
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Aside AG352QCX
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How is colour temp and gamma, subjectively? Once set to the best OSD mode, of course.

Re: Acer Predator XN253QXbmiprzx

PostPosted: 15 Aug 2019, 18:00
by Mangemongen
At how high a hz can this monitor do strobing?

Re: Acer Predator XN253QXbmiprzx

PostPosted: 16 Aug 2019, 02:40
by zerocool
I want to buy this monitor if it's using the new generation of 0.5ms 240hz panel. I've been waiting a long time for Asus or Acer to release a proper one with actual GSYNC at 24.5" screen size. I'm hoping this will be a true successor to the Acer XB252Q/Asus PG258Q screens with straight up faster response times across the board, if so it's a buy for me.

It would be awesome if its response times were basically the same as its sister the recently released Acer XF252Q.

On that note, does anyone actually know with 100% accuracy that this screen is indeed using the new panel type or is it just a refresh of the old panel?

Thank you!

Re: Acer Predator XN253QXbmiprzx

PostPosted: 16 Sep 2019, 12:13
by Konatsuz
zerocool wrote:I want to buy this monitor if it's using the new generation of 0.5ms 240hz panel. I've been waiting a long time for Asus or Acer to release a proper one with actual GSYNC at 24.5" screen size. I'm hoping this will be a true successor to the Acer XB252Q/Asus PG258Q screens with straight up faster response times across the board, if so it's a buy for me.

It would be awesome if its response times were basically the same as its sister the recently released Acer XF252Q.

On that note, does anyone actually know with 100% accuracy that this screen is indeed using the new panel type or is it just a refresh of the old panel?

Thank you!


It is the new AUO panel.

Re: Acer Predator XN253QXbmiprzx

PostPosted: 03 Oct 2019, 13:38
by frunction
zerocool wrote:I want to buy this monitor if it's using the new generation of 0.5ms 240hz panel. I've been waiting a long time for Asus or Acer to release a proper one with actual GSYNC at 24.5" screen size. I'm hoping this will be a true successor to the Acer XB252Q/Asus PG258Q screens with straight up faster response times across the board, if so it's a buy for me.

It would be awesome if its response times were basically the same as its sister the recently released Acer XF252Q.

On that note, does anyone actually know with 100% accuracy that this screen is indeed using the new panel type or is it just a refresh of the old panel?

Thank you!



This is the XB252Q:
http://www.panelook.com/M250HTN01.3_...iew_28334.html

And the XN253QX:
http://www.panelook.com/M250HTN01.9_...iew_39919.html

There is a difference in pixel response, with the XB252Q and other similar models such as the PG258Q being 3.8ms typical, while the newer panel is 2.4ms typical. So these newer models are almost 40% faster in pixel response. This jives with what tftcentral recorded for the XF252Q being 2.6ms. I did a side by side and you can see some improvement with slightly less trails in UFO test.

Now the other difference, the new panel shows "Antiglare (Haze 25%)" for the surface, whereas the old panel does not have this haze. I assume this is what I am disliking about the look of this monitor, looks kind of grainy due to this coating.

Re: Acer Predator XN253QXbmiprzx

PostPosted: 05 Oct 2019, 07:48
by BlurBoss
Do you guys think that there might be an advantage of going for 144 Hz version of this monitor instead of 240 Hz? Would 144 Hz provide less strobe cross talk at 144 FPS? viewtopic.php?f=2&t=5823