I searched for that text and couldn't find anything.Notty_PT wrote:The XG248q being the only native 240hz panel right now was firstly assumed by asus on their own website. Look up for xg248q website and read the "first native 240hz panel".
Innolux 23,8'' M238HHJ-K70 = 200hz = Asus XG248Q.
AUO 24,5'' M250HTN01.0 = 240hz = Dell AW2518HF.
I believe the confusion lies in how news were written.
The native 240hz is refered to the product with a TN panel, meaning will you have 240hz when you plug it, not that the panel is 240hz.TFT Central wrote:a) This is a 23.8" sized monitor with a 1920 x 1080 resolution TN Film panel and 240Hz native refresh rate. To date we've only seen 240Hz screens in 24.5" and 27" sizes, so this is a new offering from Asus for a slightly smaller screen size.
b) Finally we have seen a 23.8" sized monitor announced in June 2018 by Asus, the ROG Strix XG248Q which has a 240Hz native refresh rate TN Film panel.
And when Asus says this is the first native 240hz they mean the first 23,8'' size.
With what Chief said above, does it really matter if the panel was overclocked if we get a product that actually works better than a true 240hz native panel?
Take ViewSonic XG2402 as an example, it uses a 120hz panel, yet it behaves as good as some 240hz monitors.