XF252QX review

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XF252QX review

Post by pox02 » 09 Jun 2019, 04:40

god i hope the price going down soon :x

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Re: XF252QX review

Post by Chief Blur Buster » 09 Jun 2019, 19:12

Looks like they disable embedding, so here's the link:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gc1q93n8P9U

Incidentally, I posted a comment in that YouTube:
Chief Blur Buster wrote:I'm wondering if it's refreshrate multiscan (also more overclock-friendly) rather than scanrate converting scalers/tcon (creates annoying lag for 60Hz console gaming and 144Hz). Do you have a 960fps camera to point at http://www.testufo.com/scanout for 60Hz, 144Hz, 240Hz? Examples of captured videos are at http://www.blurbusters.com/scanout
The ASUS XG248Q monitor is horizontal scanrate multisync unlike earlier 240Hz monitors (e.g. BenQ XL2546, ViewSonic XG2530) so the XG248Q has kickass-low latency for gaming consoles too, rather than a situation of "low 240Hz lag, high 60Hz lag" caused by scanrate-converters built into the electronics of previous 240Hz panels (TCON / scaler).

So I am wondering if XF252QX is horizontal scanrate multisync to allow low lag at all refresh rates (avoid scan conversion).
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Re: XF252QX review

Post by pox02 » 10 Jun 2019, 16:56

do you think XF252QX have variable overdrive ? im sure its have scanrate multisync low lag all refresh rates
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Re: XF252QX review

Post by dANii » 14 Jan 2020, 10:07

Chief Blur Buster wrote:
09 Jun 2019, 19:12
Looks like they disable embedding, so here's the link:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gc1q93n8P9U

Incidentally, I posted a comment in that YouTube:
Chief Blur Buster wrote:I'm wondering if it's refreshrate multiscan (also more overclock-friendly) rather than scanrate converting scalers/tcon (creates annoying lag for 60Hz console gaming and 144Hz). Do you have a 960fps camera to point at http://www.testufo.com/scanout for 60Hz, 144Hz, 240Hz? Examples of captured videos are at http://www.blurbusters.com/scanout
The ASUS XG248Q monitor is horizontal scanrate multisync unlike earlier 240Hz monitors (e.g. BenQ XL2546, ViewSonic XG2530) so the XG248Q has kickass-low latency for gaming consoles too, rather than a situation of "low 240Hz lag, high 60Hz lag" caused by scanrate-converters built into the electronics of previous 240Hz panels (TCON / scaler).

So I am wondering if XF252QX is horizontal scanrate multisync to allow low lag at all refresh rates (avoid scan conversion).
Any news / update on this?

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Re: XF252QX review

Post by dadaw » 15 Jan 2020, 10:49

What we can say, is that in the RTING review, we can see the input lag of non native resolution, and its very similar to the native one.
XB273QX , Benq 2K 60hz , 8600K @ 5gHZ, 1080Ti , 2x8Gb 3200mhz CL14, Aorus Master Z390

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