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Acer Nitro XV272U V3 27 inch IPS WQHD 2560 x 1440 Pixels Gaming Backlight LED LCD Monitor I Delta E

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Acer Nitro XV272U V3 27 inch IPS WQHD 2560 x 1440 Pixels Gaming Backlight LED LCD Monitor I Delta E
Acer Nitro XV272U V3 27 inch IPS WQHD 2560 x 1440 Pixels Gaming Backlight LED LCD Monitor I Delta E

Original price was: ₹25,999.Current price is: ₹17,399.

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Specification: Acer Nitro XV272U V3 27 inch IPS WQHD 2560 x 1440 Pixels Gaming Backlight LED LCD Monitor I Delta E

Brand

‎Acer

Manufacturer

‎Acer I Pvt Ltd

Series

‎XV272U V3

Colour

‎Black

Item Height

‎40.1 Centimeters

Item Width

‎61.4 Centimeters

Standing screen display size

‎27 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎2560 x 1440 pixels

Resolution

‎2560 x 1440 Pixels

Product Dimensions

‎23.4 x 61.4 x 40.1 cm, 6.46 Kilograms

Item model number

‎UM.HX2SI.301

Processor Brand

‎Amd

Speaker Description

‎Built-in Stereo Speakers

Number of HDMI Ports

‎2

Voltage

‎240 Volts

Power Source

‎Ac

Hardware Platform

‎PC

Included Components

‎Monitor, stand, power cord, manual, HDMI & DP Cable

Country of Origin

‎China

Item Weight

‎6 kg 460 g

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10 reviews for Acer Nitro XV272U V3 27 inch IPS WQHD 2560 x 1440 Pixels Gaming Backlight LED LCD Monitor I Delta E

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  1. Mridul Gupta

    Why I call it great for gaming but “fair” for other purposes?
    Saying it straightforwardly, its an IPS panel, so colors are better than other cheap VA/TN panels, though cannot be compared to the class of high end IPS panels which are heavily calibrated and for good reason.
    So for gaming, you can really take this one up as probably one of the best in budget category, and since colors have room for improvement along with this hellish color temperature, its not what I would call the best.

    I do not know whether 0.5 ms response time is real or not, but if it is then it has to be by enabling multiple features which further affect the picture a bit to bring down response time which personally I don’t care for much, but can be good for people looking specifically for gaming.

    As for the picture quality, well be prepared to calibrate some stuff by yourself using windows color management, especially the color temperature. Its way too towards the warmer side even when selecting “normal” in color temperature, but cool is way too blue for my taste. Keeping it at normal and further tinkering with windows color management calibration leads to a better output.

    10/10 points for this monitor’s brightness. Usually gamers and even other regular users tend to prefer darker rooms, except maybe very professional designers or people who heavily deal in art (but they most likely won’t be searching for a monitor in this budget anyway) and this monitor has more than enough brightness.

    Colors as I said before are good but definitely have room for improvement in that category, but I’ll reiterate again, do calibrate the color temperature through windows after keeping it normal in the monitor settings to be on a bit more on the cooler side (reduce the reds and greens via windows, the monitor’s controls are a bit wonky for me but it can be done there as well, however effect is not seen for some steps of one or two points).

    Now coming to the display itself, contrary to some reviews here, I definitely have backlight bleeding, and a noticeable one especially at night times. Its at the middle left side on top bezel of the monitor. There is definitely IPS glow and I genuinely think people who say IPS glow is not there may have not checked properly. Backlight bleeding is just on your luck, I am not going to ask for a replacement just for that reason for now as truthfully its tough to get one without backlight bleeding without some good luck. I am willing to tolerate the bleeding since its only at one spot and not “too aggressive” of a bleed.

    The displayport gave me a little trouble as for some reason it just wasn’t going above 60 Hz even when manually setting it up for such in Nvidia Control Panel. Had to do a some reconnects of the cable on both gpu and monitor side to get it working, but yes it does work with the given supplied cable.

    Another good thing is, this monitor can also support G-Sync over Display Port (working with the supplied cable). Some nvidia driver enabled this support. Just head over to nvidia control panel and setup the gsync, however it comes as “Gsync compatible” and not fully loaded with gsync features, still it will get the job done more or less.

    In the box are only power brick, DP cable, and stand along with some manuals I doubt anyone reads.

    Just my personal suggestion, but its better to run the monitor at 119.880 Hz or 120 Hz as it is a direct multiple of many popular framerates (23.976/24 fps for movies, 30fps for many camera captured videos, 60 fps becoming quite more common today) which leads to much less frame duplications, but its not something you will notice unless there is a panning motion of camera from left to right or such. Also most people don’t really care about it and if you don’t see the difference, feel free to run at whichever you like.

    That’s all I have checked yet, if there are any updates, i’ll write it on this review as well.

    Edit 1 : The color uniformity is not good in this monitor. The monitor ( or my unit ) has warmer shades as we move towards the bottom of the screen than on top. Since a replacement is not available, i’ll be returning this monitor and get it from another seller to see if another unit has it better. I would personally have been ok with it were it not so noticeable as it is right now. Not only are the colors warmer, they are a bit dull too, especially on bottom left. Camera can’t pick it up properly so I had a hard time proving it but props to amazon’s customer service.

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  2. Mudit

    Liked the picture quality and color saturation but the stand provided gets a lot of shaking in the monitor

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  3. Abdul mateen

    after 4 days of usage

    pros: colour reproduction is good
    response time while gaming is acceptable
    brightness is good (in certain conditions/settings only)
    contrast and blacks are good

    cons:
    cable is useless its A 15 AMPERE 3 pin (biggest 3 pin plug on the planet)seems like its a 5kw heater/geyser for a product that uses like just 30 watts . I had to arrange a different cable to get started

    very poor UI
    speaker is name sake
    you cannot have VRB On while having free sync On
    you cannot control brightness when HDR is turned On so for me HDR was not usable

    its like too many don’ts when you do this and too many dos when you do that and it takes time to understand this

    it took many days for me to understand this as there is no info on the manual given by acer nor this info is available on the web easily few you tubers have posted info in bits and pieces here and there, its not comprehensive
    worst part the hotkeys don’t work even after saving your profile the different hotkeys don’t remember your settings wasted too much of my time in this
    vrb reduces the brightness

    Annoying: makes you adjust monitor settings almost every time you reboot my old monitors were adjusted just once in lifetime i used like 6 different general purpose monitors.
    found one manual online it has very poor grammar difficult to understand poorly worded keep guessing as you read what that means just see one critical info sample below
    1. HDR setting: “Auto” is not support VRB.
    2. VRB set “On”, when to turn on Free Sync, will auto set VRB is “Off”.
    3. VRB set “On”, when to adjustment (Brightness, Blue Light, ACM), will auto
    set VRB is “Off”.

    I say product is good for those who want a budget monitor and are fine with the above cons, may update/edit later after 1 year of usage

    I gave 1 star less for bad UI otherwise would have been a 4*

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  4. sk

    Nice..but if can spend little more money go for something else which can produce more sound and inbuild application

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  5. vikas

    Excellent 1440p monitor and is a great value for money.
    I couldn’t find any info about this monitor online before buying so here are some-
    1440p 180hz IPS 250nits 2 speakers Freesync
    switching from 1080p TN panel to 2K IPS panel is amazing. I play PUBG mostly and boy, this monitor is good.
    250 nits might be low for some but for me it is more than I need. It might not be enough if you are using in outdoor light environment. I haven’t checked it just guessing.
    Getting speakers at this price is a steal deal forget about quality of sound. Little low but enough for a quiet room.
    I am not sure about G-sync but if freesync is enabled then G-sync options appears in Nvidia control panel. I’ll have to verify. Will update in future soon.
    It has HDR too.
    I am happy with this purchase 😀

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  6. abhishek

    Works as advertised.

    Pros: Good brightness level, fast refresh rate (works with freesync), Vibrant colors, Very thin bezels looks neat, Comes with a Display port connector, No pixel death anywhere, nice menu and navigation buttons (you need to download acer display widget to make things easier), came fully sealed and no damage.

    Cons: Sometimes you can see the pixels when you are sitting close by so try to get some distance between the monitor and where your are seated OR get the QHD version for higher pixel density.

    They haven’t mentioned the power plug it comes with, it is a 15A plug which cannot be used with regular socket and spike busters, necessary arrangements need to be made to accommodate it OR you can use a regular monitor power connector (which is not recommended) but make sure not to risk running the monitor on full brightness(HDR) and high refresh rates at the same time.

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  7. Somnath Duari

    It’s supposed to be 270s model. Instead I received 270 model. Just why.
    I haven’t returned it because monitor was necessary for me that time. Btw it was a good monitor.

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  8. Adarsh R.

    I have been using this monitor since 1 year and it’s a very good monitor in this range. When I order first time, there was screen bleeding on that monitor but thanks to Amazon it was easily replaced with a new monitor and everything is fine. It’s picture quality is also great. It’s HDR quality is not good but you can’t expect everything at this price. I will say for 10k it’s an awesome monitor.

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  9. Mugesh

    Really satisfied with the display and build quality of the monitor. Colours are really accurate and crisp and the refresh rate and peak brightness are also really good.

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  10. Parmar ManojKumar Ranjitsinh

    The media could not be loaded.

     speaker vollume not proper

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