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ViewSonic XG2703-GS Gsync Monitor Review

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Posted September 28, 2016 by Jeffrey Edson in Monitors

Overview

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Price at time of Review: $700.00
 

WHAT WE LIKED:

Gsync, IPS, and Overclocking mode with 175Hz refresh rate. The monitor is really easy to set up and has excellent built-in profiles for near perfect calibration.
 

WHAT WE DISLIKED:

Gsync flickering issue
 
BOTTOM LINE:
The XG2703-GS is the best monitor I have ever used! It has every feature you would want in a monitor like IPS, Gsync, 175 Hz refresh rate, and excellent quality.
by Jeffrey Edson
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Introduction

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ViewSonic is a company that is about customer focus and quality. If you’re curious about the three birds; They are Gouldian Finch Rainbow birds. These birds represent eye-catching colors and are a visual beauty. When James Chu founded ViewSonic he used these birds for the companies logo to symbolize beauty, color, and quality. ViewSonic has some very appealing monitors today and they have come a long way from when they started in 1990. There is nothing better than feeding a high-end GPU a high-end monitor. If you have a relatively new graphics card, you’re going to want a high-end monitor. With features like high refresh rates, better color quality, and stunning resolutions, the difference can be seen and felt. ViewSonic was primarily selling FreeSync monitors, which are for AMD cards. FreeSync was developed to compete with Nvidia’s Gsync technology. These technologies were developed to combat against screen tearing and the input lag that comes from Vsync. Today I will be looking at ViewSonic’s XG2703-GS, which is the companies first Gsync monitor. Let’s see what this monitor has to offer as far as features and if the technology it offers is worth your investment.

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