A FreeSync G-Master G3266HS-B1 monitor, a sight for sore eyes

Subject: Displays | August 31, 2018 - 02:45 PM |
Tagged: Iiyama, Iiyam, G-Master G3266HS-B1, freesync, 32in, 1800R, 144hz, 1080p

The G-MASTER G3266HS-B1 from Iiyama may not appeal to young gamers but for those who's eyes have seen better days, a 32" 1080p display is a decent size, and it includes a peak 144Hz refresh rate and FreeSync.  The 1800R curve may not appeal to some, especially if they were planning to use this from a fair distance away but it is a feature many look for.  Check out what Kitguru thought of this inexpensive, extra large sized, HD display in their full review.

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"However, Iiyama offers a nice selection of gaming-oriented monitors that are a bit easier on the wallet, and we’re looking at the largest of these, the 32in G-MASTER G3266HS-B1. Will it turn out to be a bit of a banger or a Ferrari lite?"

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Source: Kitguru

Philips takes a JAB at FreeSync

Subject: Displays | July 26, 2018 - 03:09 PM |
Tagged: philips, freesync, 328E8QJAB5, 1800R

This newish FreeSync display from Philips features a 1800R curve to it's 31.5" 1080p display, with a top refresh rate of 75Hz.  The panel itself is an advanced Vertical Alignment display with a W-LED backlight, 8-bit colour and a reported 5ms response time.  It is relatively inexpensive, at £230 or roughly $300 and Kitguru found that this required some compromises on Philips' part.  There is still a market for it, as many gamers are less interested in colour accuracy when playing DOOM and care far more about decent response without tearing.  Check out the full review for more.

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"The Philips 328E8QJAB5 is a monitor that serves up a tempting design for a surprising price. The £230 cost undercuts most of its rivals – and, for that money, you still get a 31.5in curved panel with AMD FreeSync."

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Source: Kitguru