LS2 Strobe Review

Curved IPS Display: This unit is all about the gimmicks. Featuring an ultra-wide resolution and a gigantic curved IPS display, this is one of the most beautiful and immersive gaming displays on the market.
Response Time: Despite running a resource intensive IPS display, the Acer Predator X34 is surprisingly responsive, with the average response time around 4 milliseconds. Additionally, this monitor can synchronize directly with your graphics card for added responsiveness.
Ambient Lighting: While it may seem like another fun add-on, the underglow light at the base of the monitor is actually quite useful in low-light gaming environments. It’s adjustable to match the mood and makes it easier to send messages in the middle of gaming sessions.
Size: The impressive size and width of this display is comparable to a standard two monitor gaming setup. Utilizing the Acer Predator X34 as a replacement for a two monitors will reduce the strain on the graphics card and remove any bezels preventing a smooth display.
Refresh Rate: Right out of the box this monitor can be overclocked. The display is shipped with a refresh rate of 60 Hz, but the options menu of this monitor enables you to increase that to 100Hz.
Refresh Rate: Right out of the box this monitor can be overclocked. The display is shipped with a refresh rate of 60 Hz, but the options menu of this monitor enables you to increase that to 100Hz.
No DVI cables: The downside of this model having built-in speakers is that there is no way to directly connect DVI cables to it. This can ruin compatibility with high-end graphics cards and you may need to purchase peripherals in order to accommodate it.
No DVI cables: The downside of this model having built-in speakers is that there is no way to directly connect DVI cables to it. This can ruin compatibility with high-end graphics cards and you may need to purchase peripherals in order to accommodate it.
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