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27" Acer Nitro P3 3840x2160 UHD IPS 160Hz 1ms 1000Nit Monitor (Refurbished)

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Acer via eBay has 27" Acer Nitro P3 3840x2160 UHD IPS 160Hz 1ms 1000Nit Monitor (Certified Refurbished, XV275K P3, UM.HXXAA.301) on sale for $367.99 after in-cart discount (applied automatically). Shipping is free.

Thanks to Community Member RyanK1796 for finding this deal.

Specs / Features (source):
  • Resolution: 3840x2160 4K UHD
  • Refresh Rate: 160Hz
  • Response Time: 1ms GTG
  • Brightness: 1000 Nits
  • Panel Type: IPS
  • Color Gamut: 99% Adobe RGB
  • Backlight Technology: Mini LED
  • AMD FreeSync Premium Pro (DisplayPort VRR)
  • VESA DisplayHDR 1000
  • VESA Mount Standard: 75 x 75
  • Ports:
    • 1x Display Port 1.4
    • 1x HDMI 2.1
    • 1x USB Type-C
    • 1x Headphone Port

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    • From product page: This item is Certified Refurbished. It has been professionally restored by an Acer approved vendor. Units are usually cosmetically indistinguishable from New products, but some may show signs of light use. Functionally, these units are equivalent to New. Certified Refurbished units will be shipped in a New Brown Box."
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Priced at 399.99, but you get 8% off once added to cart/checkout. Cheapest 4K HDR1000 Gaming monitor
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Created 12-05-2023 at 09:41 AM by RyanK1796
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I have this monitor, it changed my mind about 4K. I thought I'd prefer sticking to 27" 1440p at a higher refresh rate, but seeing the difference in sharpness side by side, turns out I actually prefer 4K even if my 7900 XT can only push 60 fps in some games.

If I played nothing but Valorant or Counterstrike maybe I would feel differently, but I don't own a few thousand dollars worth of hardware to play the same round based shooters over and over again at low settings 1080p and 500hz for a "competitive advantage".

In general, 144-165hz doesn't make as big a difference to me in 90% of the games I'll actually play as the clear difference I get from 4K textures. I can always run 1440p if I really find I need a higher refresh, and just deal with a small amount of distortion from the full screen scaling, but I've yet to actually run into such a situation.

I do run my desktop at 150% scaling or text would be too small, but I have relatively bad eyesight. At 150% scaling the desktop screen estate is about the same as 1440p. But with photos, videos, and games, I get 1:1 4K which really brings out detail in a way I find to be more impactful than a slightly higher refresh.

Plus I watch a lot of movies, I wish gaming monitors would come with HDMI ARC/EARC and Dolby Vision support instead of that being relegated only to 42" and larger TV's, but we aren't there yet.

RTINGS very recently reviewed this monitor, it has the same issues as the INNOCN with a borderline acceptable input delay at 60hz. So given the INNOCN has twice the local dimming zones, you're probably better off just going with it unless you're absolutely on a hard budget and can only afford this as a refurb. At this price it's a good value.

I hate the viewing angles, though. The local dimming really affects the horizontal viewing angles negatively, it's absolutely jarring compared to a normal IPS or especially an OLED when viewed even slightly off center.

When a good 27" 4K OLED is released I'll definitely be switching, it bothers me that much.

This monitor does have other issues too, like terrible OSD navigation, and a little bit of constant fan noise which can be distracting if you have a quiet PC. Also, if you want to VESA mount it, you'll need to buy specific M4 screws and nylon spacers due to the dumb rounded mount. I'll have to double check my measurements, but I think I'm using 30mm M4 screws with 16mm nylon M4 spacers.
Just got my monitor and it came with 2 red/pink smears and green pixels on the panel when its on. Well thats the last time I buy something from acer as refurbished 😀
Why are you posting about a 4k monitor then? Many people prefer 4k vs.higher FPS. It's a personal preference. One is not better than the other.

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