ViewSonic ELITE XG270QG 27 Inch 1ms 1440p 144hz (165Hz OC) GSYNC Gaming Monitor with IPS Nano Color Elite Design… Price: $559.99 (as of 09/05/2021 09:00 PST- Details)

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IMMERSIVE MONITOR: WQHD 1440p resolution, true 1ms (GtG) response time, and 165Hz (OC) refresh rate gives you the ultimate enthusiast experience
VIBRANT COLORS: IPS Nano Color technology brings your games to life with 98% DCI-P3 color coverage and 10-bit color depth

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The ViewSonic Elite XG270QG is a 27″ IPS Nano color G-SYNC gaming monitor capable of achieving a true 1ms (GTG) response time. With its 144Hz (165Hz OC) refresh rate and NVIDIA G-SYNC technology, this groundbreaking monitor ensures smooth AND uninterrupted gameplay for even the fastest scenarios. The new IPS Nano color panel boasts a 2560×1440 (QHD) resolution and 98% DCI-P3 color coverage that brings games to life with deeper and more vibrant colors. The XG270QG monitor also includes Elite design enhancements that improve the organization and elevate a gamer’s setup. These enhancements include a built-in mouse bungee, headphone hook, Elite RGB ambient lighting, and an ultra-thin brushed aluminum base.

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IMMERSIVE MONITOR: WQHD 1440p resolution, true 1ms (GtG) response time, and 165Hz (OC) refresh rate gives you the ultimate enthusiast experience
VIBRANT COLORS: IPS Nano Color technology brings your games to life with 98% DCI-P3 color coverage and 10-bit color depth
NVIDIA G-SYNC: Experience uninterrupted gaming with synchronized frame rates, variable overdrive, and ultra-low motion blur
ELITE DESIGN ENHANCEMENTS: Elevate your setup with a built-in mouse bungee, ELITE RGB ambient lighting, sight shields, and a reinforced headphone hook
ALL-DAY COMFORT: Fully adjustable ergonomic stand delivers the comfort you need for marathon gaming sessions
FRAMELESS DESIGN: A three-sided ultra-thin bezel shows off more of your game and it’s perfect for multi-monitor setups
FLEXIBLE CONNECTIVITY: The XG270QG supports laptops, PCs, Macs, PlayStation, and Xbox with HDMI, USB, and DisplayPort inputs
INDUSTRY-LEADING: 3-year coverage with access to our US-based customer service team
INCLUDED IN THE BOX: LCD Monitor, ELITE Hood, Power Cable, AC/DC Adapter, DisplayPort Cable, and USB 3. 1 Cable

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  1. UND3R5TAT3D


    I am a very serious FPS gamer and a bit of a PC fanatic. I have always been a big Samsung panel guy and have never been pulled away from their monitors or TV’s since they got into the game, until now. I was all set to buy a G7 Odyssey until I saw on blur busters that the viewsonic Elite XG270 was the first monitor to have it’s PureXp blur reduction certified by them. I also saw that it was a sub 1ms GTG IPS panel. I have always loved IPS vs. TN for it’s color accuracy and deep blacks but I wanted nothing less than 240hz refresh and that was not an option I had found from a brand I trusted. I must say ViewSonic does not disappoint. This thing is AMAZING. It is so fast, so clean and in FPS games with my 2080ti pumping out 300 frames it is smooth as butter. G-Sync is a must and when I lock it in at 240hz it is literally perfection. No artifacts, no ghost from OD, just clean and clear speed. Not to mention is was less expensive. I personally like 1920×1080 for FPS gaming because it is easier for your card to drive at high frame rates over the 2k or 4k monitors. If you want more screen real estate then go for their 1440p version for a few hundred bucks more. 165hz is nothing to be ashamed of BUT if you want the absolute butter of 240hz in game this is the way to go. A couple of things to note that I figured out. 1. If you want to use purexp then you cannot turn on G-sync. I personally cannot tell between the two and I have obsessed over it so I keep G-sync on. 2. you can over clock this to 241 hz at 8-bit color but I cannot tell so I leave it at 240 10-bit. 3. You can use your graphics card to over drive this to 2560×1440 @ 165hz and it works just fine, but the text is a little blurry so you have to adjust your clear type settings and even then it is not as good as native 1440p. All in all I am REALLY happy with this monitor and I would HIGHLY recommend it to anyone in the market for a gaming monitor.

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  2. Piero N.

    This is the one for Gsync gamers

    Just completed the ultimate gaming rig. I9 with 2070 super, asus hero XI z390 board the whole hot tamale. I stressed over finding the perfect 27in monitor for 3 months to match my $2,000 tower build. I wanted a 1440p Ips for videos and Gsync for gaming and kept leading me to the pg279q and xg279q but read so many negative reviews on quality control. Was about to purchase the gl850 for having a Nano IPS feature and then found this beauty. This monitor has Gsync, 1440 Nano Ips, and absolutly no IPS glow or back-light bleeding. Been gaming and editing for two weeks now and am so satisfied with my purchase. Hands down so glad I waited 3 months reading and doing my research and now I have an amazing setup. Keep up the good work ViewSonic, the folks at Asus could learn a thing or two about Quality control.PS the MSRP for the XG270QG is $599 which Amazon is honoring. Never over pay people and happy Gaming :}

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  3. ViewSonic Corporation

    Good 100hz VA panel for watching movies and desktop apps

    The monitor has great colors. Games very nicely. Slight blurring on UFO test, with bit more blurring with the darker background. I was surprised to see that it is a 10 bit color panel, not sure if true 10 bit or 8 bit + FRC (Edit: NVidia Control Panel only allowed me to set 8 bit color. 10-bit color was in the drop down, but I could not get the setting to apply). No signs of light bleed. Uniformity is ok, not impressive. About average for these large panels.The only issue I have with it is that blacks are so dark. On black level adjustment at 2.0 gamma, the 1-4 boxes are indiscernible. Going to 1.8 gamma would correct that, but everything appears more washed out. Since my eyes are light sensitive, I keep the panel darker than most I think. Probably not an issue for most.Freesync seems to work smoother with AMD cards than NVidia at lower frame rates. (Edit 7/18/2019: Thought it didn’t work with nvidia cards. But I was confused by the difference gsync and gsync compatible in Nvidia control panel. With freesync monitors, you have to click the checkbox below in the gsync settings to actually get the gsync setting to apply. So user issue. It does work smoother with AMD though.). Like many VA Freesync/Gsync monitors, this one does flicker on some loading screens, or when some dialogs are displayed.Part of original review: The first monitor showed up with zero dead pixels, then developed one or two over the course of the first 1.5 days of usage. The second monitor had two dead right of the box and the box is a bit damaged. A bit disappointing. ViewSonic support from comments exchanged it for a new monitor, which has zero pixels, and is great. At this point, not sure I would get a monitor again through Amazon. As the box for the second monitor had some damage.8/20/2019: Starting with driver 436.02, nvidia can now set 10-bit color for this monitor.10/23/2019: The monitor is excellent for desktop and watching movies. For gaming, too many games flicker on load screens and sometimes during normal game play. The whole screen flickers when moving over some UI elements in a few games. I would not buy the monitor given my gaming experience.

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  4. Alex

    Great colors! QC was not good.

    Was expecting a lot when I got this in and was immediately disappointed. I have flashligting coming from not one but 4 places along the edges of the panel. 3 spots on the bottom of the screen and 1 at the top. It’s very distracting. Only way for me to get the picture to improve is lowering my backlight all the way down to 20 which is hard to see during the day and really mutes the colors versus say 35 setting. I’m going to get a replacement and see if that one is better, I understand their will be some defects that are inherent to IPS panels but the level of flashligting was not acceptable. I’ll update my review when I get the new one.02/18/20 Update: I finally got a “good” one from a different production batch. This one has no flashlighting spots but it does have some back light bleed I’m the lower left corner but it’s at a level I can live with. It is crazy that I had to go through so many to find one I could keep but I’m finally happy. It’s been working great and I’m looking forward to what they do with the lighting software they currently have in beta. Recommend the monitor if you can snag a good one. Colors are vibrant and motion is very good! Viewing angles are what you’d expect from an IPS so good but you will notice a lower than average contrast.

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  5. Chris

    Surprisingly Good TN Panels

     As far as TN Panels go, these are amazing. Had one next to an IPS display and saw mininal difference once configured correctly. I purchased two of them and there was a big variation between both of them. One had a more warm color, the other a more neutral. That may be my graphics card, or the monitors themselves since I have had this happen with my previous 4k IPS displays. The second one I got either got a dead pixel within 30 minutes or it was there and I didn’t notice it. Spoke with Amazon, got a replacement, no issues since. I’m not faulting ViewSonic for it though, because it happens when something is mass produced. Overall, if you know the con of TN panels (Somewhat washed out colors) for the trade off (Higher response time) you will be pleasantly surprised with just how good these panels can look.

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  6. Alex Rose

    Finally, I can ditch the TN panels for competitive gaming! Sony GDM FW-900 CRT in LCD form factor?

    Many years ago I owned a Dell Ultrasharp 23″ 60hz panel. It had beautiful, vibrant colors thanks to the IPS panel. I was able to play competitive Counter-Strike on it (reported an input lag of 0.6ms! 0.6!!) while also doing graphic design work due to the terrific color accuracy.But monitor technology was changing and soon enough 120hz and 144hz panels came out. I still wanted to play at a high competitive level in Counter-Strike:Global Offensive, but unfortunately at the time the lowest input lag 144hz monitors were all TN panels. So I had to give up any hobbyist graphic design work. But the BenQ monitors I owned were excellent for CS:GO and using Blur Busters’ BENQ Utility tool, you could control how much strobing and crosstalk was displayed on your monitor. The only trade-off is the more strobing at a higher refresh rate, the less luminance the panel emits.Earlier this year I purchased an LG 27GK750F-B 27″ 240hz panel. While this wasn’t a huge leap from 60hz to 144hz, it was still enough to be noticeable. While the panel itself had decent color reproduction and no dead pixels, the firmware was broken. You had to download a Custom Resolution Utility application in order to “overclock” the monitor to force it into the correct refresh rate. While this monitor for the most part ran well at 240hz with Motion Blur Reduction turned on, there would be black artifacts from the monitor that would come up from time to time, or microstuttering, and so forth. It seemed that the frametimes could not match up with the display output which would cause the stuttering to occur sporadically. Needlessly to say it was an extremely frustrating experience. There were some “workarounds” to try to keep it stable for awhile before it would act up again. LG never bothered to issue a firmware update after repeated requests on their company’s message board.So I decided to never purchase an LG brand monitor again after the lack of firmware support and pretty much delivering a monitor that didn’t function as advertised.But then I heard about these 240hz IPS monitors on the horizon. I usually frequent the Blur Busters website for the best gaming monitor recommendations. And the owner of the site posted he had calibrated the motion blur reduction of this new ViewSonic panel, and that the strobing at 120hz reminded him of the motion clarity and color of the holy grail of CRT monitors: the Sony GDM FW900.I owned the Sony GDM FW900 about 5 years ago and it truly deserved the reputation as being the best CRT monitor ever made. (Only the Artisan eclipses it by a hair with photography use). So to hear about an IPS panel that can look as good with the motion clarity of the FW900 had me very excited.And yep I can say, while not exactly as bright as the FW900 in blur reduction mode (there will be more brightness in the next firmware version I am told), nor having those inky blacks (there is that IPS glow) it is the closest thing I’ll get to that CRT in an LCD. Just superb. I no longer miss having the FW900 which is an incredible achievement. For purists, yes this is still an LCD panel and there is just something about the way CRTs present an image that even the highest end LCDs can’t match. It is a total shame CRTs were killed off. However I think with the XG270, with the blur reduction enabled, and 99% sRGB/IPS colors, it considerably closes the gap. The FW900 is dead, long live the FW900!The motion blur reduction in 240hz (it’s 241hz in Windows), while there is crosstalk at the bottom, manages to run without a hiccup playing CS:GO, Rocket League, Overwatch, etc. (all games can be set at 240FPS or higher). I am not detecting any input lag when I’m playing CS:GO, in fact it might even be faster than the LG panel I bought earlier. There’s no microstuttering or tearing to be had. (I have a RTX2080Ti card and my CPU is i9-9900k.)The G-Sync option is amazing and here you obviously get much more brightness than you do the motion blur reduction. I actually find G-Sync with Ultra low latency and VSYNC enabled to be pretty good with CS:GO. If you really want to shave off those miliseconds, obviously keep the G-Sync off but I might actually stick with it. For other games that aren’t CS:GO, I will probably use G-SYNC and maybe dial down the refresh rate to 120hz since it’s difficult for most modern games to hit 240FPS consistently.The sRGB color temperature setting in the OSD provides the best preset colors IMO. Of course you can adjust it as you wish.Also the monitor and stand feel very well built, doesn’t seem cheap.TL;DR – Time to throw away your TN panels and upgrade to an IPS panel if you want both motion clarity and color accuracy. I could not be happier. This appeals to me as a serious competitive CS:GO player who occasionally does ESEA to regular casual games. I love having the flexibility of having settings for competitive use and for eyecandy, where I couldn’t get that with my BenQ panels.Highly recommended!Great job ViewSonic!

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  7. David

    Overpriced and overhyped

    *****EDIT: Have had it a longer time now and = changed review from 4 stars to 3.- The ULMB mode is pretty bad – there’s some nasty artifacting, especially if you try to get any brightness out of it by upping the pulse width. Pretty much unusable. I did not buy the product for this but I am not a fan of it at all and probably would prefer this mode to get some great motion handling in games.- No word on the software being updated to allow for monitor settings to be changed via your PC – looks like they were advertising all those features on the website since their 240Hz 1080p monitor has support for that at this moment.- The integrated profiles into the monitor are pretty iffy – I would think a “movie” mode would be really good but all it does is cranks the brightness and movies don’t really look good at all. I guess it’s trying to do simulated HDR or something? Not sure.- All of the new CES announcements (48″ OLED or the upcoming LG monitors) are looking like better options the more I use this monitor. I don’t think I want to risk hanging on to this monitor past the return period as it’s not really performing great for me so far.- The “response time OD” mode actually seems a bit better when you run on 165 Hz that the monior overclocks to. Felt a bit better to play.*****I was using a 2019 55″ LG OLED TV with gsync before this but CES had a 48″ version announced with 4k 120hz support. The limit was 1440p at 120hz on the model I had. I am considering using some cheap $150 TN gaming monitor to wait for that but I heard good things about this monitor from places like LinusTechTips and JayzTwoCents.My thoughts:Pros:- Brightness: I am fairly sensitive to light so I never really max out the brightness or contrast, but it gets bright enough for me. My OLED was fairly dim unless I was in a fairly dark room so it’s definitely brighter than that.- Colors: Watching YouTube videos, movies, and playing various videogame genres looks great on this. The OLED is easily better, with incredible contrast, but this is definitely good enough.- Motion/games: It does feel great to play games on this. The monitor’s response time settings do not feel great beyond the minimum/default – you have standard, advanced, and ultra fast. Ultra fast looks pretty terrible and advanced has some noticible trailing, so I leave it on standard. I didn’t feel like it inhibited me in games like CSGO and MW – I have played thousands of hours in CSGO and it felt great. My OLED felt the same if not better to use because of the tech allowing really great motion handling and response times, but I do prefer the smaller size of a monitor here.- Aesthetics: This is probably the best looking and feeling monitor I have used, and I have tried a big varierty. I greatly dislike the gamery look for ASUS and MSI products and the clean look of this monitor is fantastic. Very clean and simplistic. The bezel is fairly large but I do not care for the thin bezel style that monitors like Dell have. I hate moving around my OLED TV because it’s so thin, decently heavy, and has no bezel so I might be in the minority.Cons:- The downloadable software for this monitor is complete trash. It’s enough for me to take a star off, I was tempted to even take more. Their website gives you the download link for their “beta” – you download it and install it, then suddenly a codec is installed alongside that for some reason. I chose the complete version of the install so that is why but I was caught off guard. Once you start the “driver control” program, all you can change is the RGB. You do not have the “beta” version and the features mentioned on the website (control monitor settings like profiles, brightness, whatever) is not there whatsoever. It says it’ll be unlocked “in the next update”. It’s very annoying to be misled and I greatly prefer using software to control monitors, like LG often has for their various models. And yes, I left it open for hours after installing (which lags your computer constantly for some reason – I have a 9900k + a 2080S so that is not the issue) and YES I have the USB cable plugged in between the monitor and my PC. Multiple restarts did not help, another USB port did not help. It’s very frustrating and a big obstacle right off the bat.- The price: It doesn’t seem worth $600 to me. If you can get the LG 27GL850-B for $500, when it is in stock 🙁 , it would be pretty much the same. Heck, even the LG 27GL83A-B is a really good value from what I have read online, but both models are out of stock almost constantly.- Featureset: I don’t care for the RGB (I turn it off), the dual mouse bungees (a bit late as wireless mice have been great for like 2-3 years now), the headset/headphone holder is interesting but a bit useless, and the stand is very robust but takes a large footprint on your desk. I have a pretty large desk as well, but I have it pushed all the way back and my keyboard has to be shifted a bit closer to me. Overall the features are kinda all over the place and I can’t really appreciate it. There are some reports of this monitor’s gsync module being an older version so that could end up being a con here, but I have not tested gsync yet as I have done competitive FPS games for almost all of my gaming thus far. Gsync still adds a bit of input lag last I checked.All in all, the monitors is definitely good but overpriced a bit and a bit overhyped. I would wait for review from rtings to see how it compares to be honest. The newer monitors using this 1ms IPS panel appear to be the LG 27GL850-B and the LG 27GL83A-B, so waiting for comparisons to those is probably best. I just got the monitor and I have been using it for two days now, so I will give it a week or two.

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  8. Christian

    The XG240R is the best looking monitor asethetically and screen/picture quality wise.

     The XG240R is worth every penny, I love this monitor whole heartedly. The picture quality is very good although with that being said I’ve messed with the OSD settings to make it so. The screen quality is nice and smooth, gaming in 144hz with this monitor is so magical I sometimes feel like I’m dreaming, it really is an ethereal experience. The RGB on the back just adds to the experience, very minimalist shaped lights that are customizable via Cooler Master Plus software. The all black design of the monitor mixed with the nice touch of minimalist RGB in the back truly make this specific monitor an aesthetic piece. The ergonomics are fantastic, this thing puts other monitors to shame in terms of flexibility and movement. A con that dissapointed me was the cable holding piece provided, very cheap plastic that’s easy to break when struggling to inplant it – be wary of using force with this item or else it’ll break like mine did. Monitor comes with a manual, RGB quick guide, display port cable, cable holding piece, USB cable for the RGB and screws ready for building. Overall this monitor has surpassed all of my expectations and I’m ecstatic that this was my first monitor to experience the smoothness of 144hz gaming with. Fully endorsed despite the unfortunate cable holding piece, do buy this monitor.

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  9. ryanp

    amazing colors but pricey

    Pros:- colors are super vibrant- very little backlight bleed- great stand (way better than the Acer Predator XB271HU)- really good out of the box calibrationCons: – pricey compared to competition but only option with Nano IPS and true G-sync moduleI have tried many of the top G-sync monitors with my most recent “daily driver” being an ASUS PG279QZ and so far this has been my favorite. When it comes down to it I find that I personally put color reproduction as my top priority and this panel really pops. The contrast is a little better on the PG279QZ but the colors are so much better on this Viewsonic. The motion handling is just as good as the ASUS and the colors are so nice. Hopefully this will go on-sale at some point because the high price is the only “con” I can really think of. HDR would have been nice but does not make a big difference in most pc games yet anyways

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  10. Eric

    XG270. Not the Motion Blur Reduction king that was promised. (updated)

     If you have no intention of using this monitors Motion Blur Reduction (PureXP) then this review should be of no concern to you. If you do intend on using PureXP, be wary of the quality control on the PureXP portion of this monitor. I had to do two exchanges before being getting an acceptable monitor.The XG270 is supposed to be “Blur Busters Approved” but the level of MBR crosstalk on this monitor is completely unacceptable and unworthy of the Blur Busters certification. [UPDATE: This behaves better in replacement unit; see addendum below]Keep in mind that the center of a screen is where an image will look best with motion blur reduction and120hz is supposedly the sweet spot for the XG270 monitor for the cleanest strobed image.I took a photo of my XG270 with PureXP enabled to show motion blur reduction crosstalk from the CENTER of the screen with the monitor refresh rate set to 120hz and the alien move speed set to 960 pixels/sec. This is what it looks like to the naked eye when there is an object in motion on the screen. The object creates a very unpleasant double image that destroys the clarity of your viewing experience. Now, imagine trying to game with this effect happening to everything on your screen. The crosstalk gets much worse as you deviate to the top and bottom of the image.I’ve tried fiddling with the every possible display image setting to try and correct this bad crosstalk. I’ve also tried changing the refresh rate to 100hz and 144hz to see if there would be a difference, it didn’t help. I downloaded the monitor driver and display controller from the Viewsonic XG270 software page. Nothing included in any of that helped. I am completely disappointed by the MBR performance on this monitor. It is nothing like it was promoted to be. I included a bonus backlight bleed photo for anyone curious about that.I’m going to attempt to exchange this unit for another one on the off chance that I was sent a lemon. I will update this accordingly depending on how that goes.UPDATE: I received my replacement, plugged it in, and tested it in portrait mode. The blur reduction was MUCH cleaner than the last unit. I was very happy with it. I properly set up the monitor and changed it to landscape mode. When I looked at the moving aliens again, they returned to looking like garbage like in the first monitor… this time disabling and re-enabling PureXP fixed this issue. This was a bit strange because disabling and re-enabling PureXP didn’t fix anything with the first monitor I tested. Beware of this issue.I’m taking a guess here that if you enable PureXP and then change your display settings in any way, PureXP doesn’t recalculate it’s blur reduction settings with your new display settings. You must manually disable and re-enable PureXP every time you change your display settings or else your image will look horrible. This is a hardware oversight and I hope they fix this with a firmware update. As of the date of this review, there are no firmware updates available for this monitor.Edit: Apparently this issue is present when restarting my computer as well. The PureXP will display bad crosstalk if you’ve restarted your computer with PureXP on. This will also happen when launching CSGO in fullscreen or any source game. Turning the monitor on and off will also break PureXP in the same way. This forces the user to disable and re-enable PureXP VERY often just to get it working as intended. PureXP is great when it works but it ‘s not very reliable on this monitor. ViewSonic needs to fix this issue.I included a full monitor photo of the blur reduction effect at work this time (same settings as previously mentioned). I wouldn’t say this monitor rivals a CRT display in motion clarity but it’s still very nice. The middle of the display is very clear with little visible crosstalk. The top and bottom of the monitor has acceptable crosstalk for those areas of the screen. Here’s a second backlight bleed photo for your viewing pleasure too.Overall, I am somewhat satisfied with this monitor but I am annoyed with the unreliable PureXP. It’s IPS colors are great. The TN-like response times are swift. It has very good motion blur reduction (when it does work). I hope that ViewSonic puts out a firmware update soon to fix this issue.

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