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Other websites do report the FreeSync-Range as 24-60hz. Are you able to get to these ranges as well?

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    Are you able to provide a source for this? We’ve found multiple websites that confirm our findings of 40-60 Hz, including AMD.

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    Are you able to provide a source for this? We’ve found multiple websites that confirm our findings of 40-60 Hz, including AMD.

    You can set RR 23-65Hz in 4K, dont know how about FreeSync as I’m on integrated intel via USB-C

    was wondering if there is option to set the 75Hz because it’s in panel spec as max RR

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    Are you able to provide a source for this? We’ve found multiple websites that confirm our findings of 40-60 Hz, including AMD. Yes, the reviews from Tomshardware and PCP: https://www.tomshardware.co.uk/benq-ew3270u-ultra-hd-hdr-monitor,review-34353.html https://www.pcper.com/reviews/Displays/BenQ-EW3270U-4K-HDR-Masses Listed with these values on Geizhals/ Skinflint as well: https://skinflint.co.uk/benq-ew3270u-9h-lgvla-tse-a1790472.html

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    Are you able to provide a source for this? We’ve found multiple websites that confirm our findings of 40-60 Hz, including AMD. Yes, the reviews from Tomshardware and PCP: https://www.tomshardware.co.uk/benq-ew3270u-ultra-hd-hdr-monitor,review-34353.html https://www.pcper.com/reviews/Displays/BenQ-EW3270U-4K-HDR-Masses Listed with these values on Geizhals/ Skinflint as well: https://skinflint.co.uk/benq-ew3270u-9h-lgvla-tse-a1790472.html

    Unfortunately, we are not sure of where they are getting those numbers from. We can confirm our findings of 40-60 Hz, and multiple other review sites found the same range.

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    Are you able to provide a source for this? We’ve found multiple websites that confirm our findings of 40-60 Hz, including AMD. Yes, the reviews from Tomshardware and PCP: https://www.tomshardware.co.uk/benq-ew3270u-ultra-hd-hdr-monitor,review-34353.html https://www.pcper.com/reviews/Displays/BenQ-EW3270U-4K-HDR-Masses Listed with these values on Geizhals/ Skinflint as well: https://skinflint.co.uk/benq-ew3270u-9h-lgvla-tse-a1790472.html

    Unfortunately, we are not sure of where they are getting those numbers from. We can confirm our findings of 40-60 Hz, and multiple other review sites found the same range.

    The part that is most strange is that TomsHardware even only used DP1.2. (a R9 285) Why is this strange? Well, it could have been some issue with the scaler not getting enough bandwidth with DP1.2 to work all right. But this can´t be the case…

    Anyways, I´d recommend trying out some more combinations and getting in touch with BenQ, as well as with the other press guys, as the large FreeSyncRange and the LFC are among the key points that distinguish this monitor from others…

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