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Acer Predator X27 MONITOR REVIEW

Usage Ratings - Version 1.0
8.0
Mixed Usage
7.9
Office
8.1
Gaming
8.0
Multimedia
8.0
Media Creation
7.4
HDR Gaming
Size : 27"
Resolution : 3840x2160
Refresh Rate : 120 Hz
LCD Type
:
IPS
Variable Refresh Rate
:
G-Sync

The Acer X27 is a very good, versatile monitor that performs best in a bright room. It is marketed as a gaming monitor and has excellent gaming features, including NVIDIA G-Sync and a high refresh rate that delivers a remarkable gaming experience. It is a well-rounded monitor great for any use, and has an impressive wide color gamut and is incredibly bright in HDR. Unfortunately, it has poor dark room performance due to its low contrast ratio even with local dimming, and bad black uniformity.

Test Results
Design 8.0
Picture Quality 7.5
Motion 8.9
Inputs 8.7
Pros
  • Excellent wide color gamut
  • Excellent HDR brightness
  • Image remains accurate at an angle
Cons
  • Performs poorly in a dark room

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8.0

Design

Curved : No
Curve radius : N/A
Weight (without stand)
:
14.3 lbs (6.5 kg)
Weight (with stand)
:
17.4 lbs (7.9 kg)

The Acer Predator X27 has a very good design with some interesting design choices. The stand is thin but has a large footprint. The monitor can be VESA mounted on a stand or wall mount, but an included adapter must be used, likely to help with heat dissipation. There is a fan on the back to keep the monitor cool, as the backlight generates a lot of heat, but the fan is very quiet. There is very little thought given to cable management. The included blinders can help reduce glare and are easy to attach when needed.

Stand
Width
:
18.7" (47.5 cm)
Depth
:
11.3" (28.7 cm)

The stand has a very unique design. The legs appear very thin, but they support the monitor well.

6.1 Ergonomics
Height Adjustment
:
5.1" (13.0 cm)
Switch portrait/landscape : No
Swivel Range : -20° to 20°
Tilt Range : -22.5° to 5°

Mediocre ergonomic options. The height can be adjusted, and it can swivel and tilt, but the swivel range is limited compared to similar monitors like the ASUS ROG PG279Q. It cannot be rotated for a portrait orientation.

Back
Wall Mount : VESA 100x100

The back is clean, but not much thought was given to cable management. The Acer X27 can be VESA mounted, but it requires a special adapter that is included in the box.

There is a fan on the back of the monitor to help with heat dissipation. It is always running but is extremely quiet.

Note: There are multiple reports that the VESA adapter included in the box is the wrong one for the X27 as it will not allow the fan to breathe. Acer support will send a replacement bracket.

Borders
Borders
:
0.6" (1.5 cm)

The borders of the Acer X27 are of average thickness. There is no discernible gap between the borders and the screen. We measured the borders without the blinder screens.

Thickness
Thickness (with stand)
:
10.0" (25.4 cm)
Thickness (without stand)
:
3.1" (7.9 cm)

With the stand, the Acer X27 is very thick and cannot be easily placed against a wall. Without the stand, it is still thick but won't stick out too much when wall mounted.

8.0 Build Quality

Good build quality with no major issues. There is a slight gap between the front and back covers, but this shouldn't cause any issues.

7.5

Picture Quality

The Acer Predator X27 has decent picture quality. It is best suited for a bright room, as the native contrast makes blacks look gray in a dark room, and the black uniformity is bad. Bright room performance is good, and the viewing angles are decent. HDR picture quality is very good. The monitor is extremely bright in HDR and has a very good HDR color gamut and good color volume, better than most TVs even. Gradients are displayed nearly perfectly with no noticeable banding.

5.9 Contrast
Native Contrast
:
815 : 1
Contrast with local dimming
:
1339 : 1

Disappointing native contrast on the X27, slightly worse than the Acer Predator XB271HU, but to be expected from an IPS type panel. Dark room performance isn't great as blacks appear gray. Local dimming does help to improve the contrast ratio, but it still isn't as good as a VA type monitor like the MSI Optix G27C.

Update 08/17/2018: To clarify, we measure contrast ratio after calibration, which on some monitors results in a lower contrast ratio than out of the box. The X27's out of the box contrast ratio in the Standard picture mode is 975:1, but after calibration it became 815:1 because the Red and Green components of the monitor's white point had to be decreased significantly to match our target 6500K white point, as shown in the Post Calibration box.

Also the Contrast with local dimming was erroneously measured in HDR (resulting in 1568:1) rather than in SDR (resulting in 1339:1) as per our standard method. These values are similar enough that the difference won't be noticeable to most people. The value has been changed to the SDR measurement to be consistent with other monitors.

4.5 Local Dimming
Local Dimming
:
Yes
Backlight
:
Full-Array

The monitor has a Backlight Response setting with three options: 'Gaming', 'Desktop' and 'Hybrid'. 'Gaming' makes the local dimming react almost instantly when the monitor's screen changes; 'Desktop' makes the monitor react to changes with a very slow fade (~5 seconds), and prioritizes maintaining bright parts of the screen rather than making adjacent dark areas darker; this makes the local dimming less distracting for desktop use. 'Hybrid' is a blend of the 'Gaming' and 'Desktop' behaviors. We recommend setting Backlight Response to 'Gaming' to start, then if you find the local dimming distracting you can select 'Hybrid', then 'Desktop' as needed.

Local dimming is available in SDR as well as HDR. In SDR, the SDR Variable Backlight option must be enabled. In SDR the peak brightness is limited to 300 cd/m², so the impact of local dimming is less noticeable.

7.5 SDR Peak Brightness
SDR Real Scene
:
299 cd/m²
SDR Peak 2% Window
:
306 cd/m²
SDR Peak 10% Window
:
301 cd/m²
SDR Peak 25% Window
:
300 cd/m²
SDR Peak 50% Window
:
300 cd/m²
SDR Peak 100% Window
:
301 cd/m²
SDR Sustained 2% Window
:
305 cd/m²
SDR Sustained 10% Window
:
301 cd/m²
SDR Sustained 25% Window
:
299 cd/m²
SDR Sustained 50% Window
:
299 cd/m²
SDR Sustained 100% Window
:
301 cd/m²
SDR ABL
:
0.001

Good peak brightness with SDR content. There is very little fluctuation in brightness with different content. The Acer X27 is bright enough for most rooms but may have difficulty overcoming glare in a brightly lit room.

8.9 HDR Peak Brightness
HDR Real Scene
:
1127 cd/m²
HDR Peak 2% Window
:
1070 cd/m²
HDR Peak 10% Window
:
1122 cd/m²
HDR Peak 25% Window
:
856 cd/m²
HDR Peak 50% Window
:
706 cd/m²
HDR Peak 100% Window
:
651 cd/m²
HDR Sustained 2% Window
:
923 cd/m²
HDR Sustained 10% Window
:
884 cd/m²
HDR Sustained 25% Window
:
844 cd/m²
HDR Sustained 50% Window
:
691 cd/m²
HDR Sustained 100% Window
:
637 cd/m²
HDR ABL
:
0.022

Excellent peak brightness in HDR, better even than most TVs. The brightness varies greatly depending on content. HDR movies or games are exceptionally bright and vivid.

7.1 Horizontal Viewing Angle
Color Shift from Left
:
35 °
Color Shift from Right
:
35 °
Brightness from Left
:
46 °
Brightness from Right
:
45 °
Black Level from Left
:
75 °
Black Level from Right
:
75 °
Curve Radius : N/A

Decent horizontal viewing angles. Colors shift significantly when viewing off center, but the overall brightness and contrast remains accurate to a decent off-center angle.

8.3 Vertical Viewing Angle
Color Shift from Below
:
30 °
Color Shift from Above
:
31 °
Brightness from Below
:
36 °
Brightness from Above
:
37 °
Black Level from Below
:
75 °
Black Level from Above
:
75 °

Very good vertical viewing angles. There are no issues if this monitor is VESA mounted on a stand or wall above eye level.

8.8 Gray Uniformity
50% Std. Dev.
:
2.887 %
50% DSE
:
0.102 %
5% Std. Dev.
:
0.413 %
5% DSE
:
0.061 %

Excellent gray uniformity. There is very little dirty screen effect and almost no visible banding. The corners of the screen are slightly darker than the rest, which can be noticeable when browsing the web in a dark room, but this shouldn't be a problem for most people.

3.7 Black Uniformity
Native Std. Dev.
:
3.046 %
Std. Dev. w/ L.D.
:
4.982 %

Bad black uniformity on the Acer X27. There is severe clouding throughout the screen and backlight bleed in a few spots along the bottom edge. With local dimming enabled, the rest of the screen is effectively dimmed but there is still significant clouding around the test cross.

5.9 Pre Calibration
Picture Mode
:
Standard
Luminance
:
276 cd/m²
Luminance Settings
:
240
Contrast Setting
:
50
RGB controls
:
50-50-50
Color Temperature
:
6042 K
White Balance dE
:
5.16
Color dE
:
3.46
Gamma
:
2.18

Disappointing accuracy out of the box. Acer calibrates each X27 at the factory to a target color temperature of 7000 K, but it is unclear which picture mode they calibrated under. We recommend the 'Standard' Picture Mode, as it provided the closest results to our target of 6500 K. The white balance dE is very high, and pure whites appear yellowish. Gamma follows our target nearly perfectly.

9.6 Post Calibration
Picture Mode
:
User
Luminance
:
100 cd/m²
Luminance Settings
:
98
Contrast Setting
:
50
RGB Controls
:
39-37-50
Color Temperature
:
6497 K
White Balance dE
:
0.51
Color dE
:
0.54
Gamma
:
2.18

Calibration was able to effectively eliminate all color inaccuracies. The Acer Predator X27 still tracks our gamma curve nearly perfectly. White and color balance is nearly perfect and most people won't be able to see any errors. The color temperature after calibration is nearly perfect for our target of 6500 K.

You can download our ICC profile calibration here. This is provided for reference only and should not be used, as the calibration values vary per individual unit even for the same model due to manufacturing tolerances.

9.7 SDR Color Gamut
sRGB xy
:
95.5 %
Adobe RGB xy
:
98.1 %

sRGB Picture Mode: User (calibrated, SDR Colors sRGB = On)
Adobe RGB Picture Mode: User (SDR Colors sRGB = Off)

Excellent SDR color gamut, the best coverage we have tested so far. Nearly perfect coverage of the wider Adobe RGB color space, great for professional users for editing graphics or print media (see our recommendations for the best monitors for photo editing and graphic design).

9.8 SDR Color Volume
sRGB in ICtCp
:
97.4 %
Adobe RGB in ICtCp
:
99.2 %

sRGB Picture Mode: User (SDR Colors sRGB = On)
Adobe RGB Picture Mode: User (SDR Colors sRGB = Off)

Excellent color volume. The Acer X27 covers the entire color space well, but is slightly limited by the contrast ratio and can't produce deep, dark colors. Colors are nearly as bright as pure white in SDR.

8.2 HDR Color Gamut
Wide Color Gamut
:
Yes
DCI P3 xy
:
85.8 %
Rec. 2020 xy
:
78.2 %

The Acer X27 displays a very good wide color gamut with HDR content. Coverage of the smaller DCI-P3 is excellent. Coverage of the wider Rec.2020 HDR10 color space is the best we have measured of any display, better even than the Samsung Q7FN or Q8FN.

7.7 HDR Color Volume
DCI-P3 in ICtCp
:
80.8 %
Rec. 2020 in ICtCp
:
73.0 %

Good color volume in HDR. Rec. 2020 color volume is almost as good as the Samsung Q7FN and Q8FN, but limited by the color gamut, and the monitor can't produce colors as bright as pure white. Overall, color volume is better than the other HDR monitors we have tested, including the Samsung CHG70.

10 Image Retention
IR after 0 min recovery
:
0.00 %
IR after 2 min recovery
:
0.00 %
IR after 4 min recovery
:
0.00 %
IR after 6 min recovery
:
0.00 %
IR after 8 min recovery
:
0.00 %
IR after 10 min recovery
:
0.00 %

There is no image retention on the X27, even immediately after displaying our static test image for 10 minutes.

9.8 Gradient
Color Depth
:
10 Bit

Excellent gradient handling on the Acer Predator X27. Gradients are displayed nearly perfectly without banding.

10 Color Bleed
Pixel row error
:
0.000 %
Pixel column error
:
0.001 %

There is no color bleed on the Acer Predator X27.

7.0 Reflections

Decent reflection handling, but it is best to avoid direct light with the X27. The included blinders can help to reduce glare from side sources.

8.9

Motion

The motion handling of the Acer Predator X27 is excellent. There is very little motion blur thanks to the fast response time, but there is some overshoot on all transitions. The monitor is flicker-free, which is great but lacks an optional Black Frame Insertion feature to reduce persistence blur.

9.5 Motion Blur
80% Response Time
:
3.4 ms
100% Response Time
:
10.1 ms
Best Overdrive Setting
:
Normal

Over Drive Off
Over Drive Normal
Over Drive Extreme

Excellent motion handling on the Predator X27. Motion looks smooth and crisp, with no visible motion blur or duplications. The best Over Drive setting is 'Normal', and even in this mode there is some overshoot on the transitions. This shouldn't bother most people but if you see artifacts you can set it to 'Off' instead.

7.5 Image Flicker
Flicker-free : Yes
PWM Dimming Frequency
:
0 Hz
Black Frame Insertion (BFI)
:
No
BFI Maximum Frequency
:
N/A
BFI Minimum Frequency
:
N/A

Unlike most G-Sync monitors this monitor does not have ULMB, which is NVIDIA's BFI implementation. Acer's early marketing materials for this monitor listed ULMB support, but the monitor's OSD has no option for it and no other way to enable it was found. Other reviewers have confirmed the absence of ULMB.

The Acer X27 uses DC dimming and there is no flicker. Since each image is displayed for the full frame, motion is smoother but there is more persistence blur.

9.0 Refresh Rate
Native
:
120 Hz
Factory Overclock
:
144 Hz
Variable Refresh Rate
:
G-Sync
G-SYNC Compatible
:
Yes (Native)
VRR Maximum
:
120 Hz
VRR Minimum
:
< 20 Hz
VRR Maximum With OC
:
144 Hz
VRR Supported Connectors : DisplayPort

Over DisplayPort, 144 Hz is not supported for RGB @ 8 bit because 4k @ 144 Hz @ RGB @ 8 bit is beyond the bandwidth of DisplayPort 1.4 ; to send 144 Hz the bandwidth must be reduced, such as by sending RGB @ 6 bit or 4:2:2 @ 8 bit.

Over DisplayPort, the only supported resolutions are 3840x2160, 1024x768, 800x600 and 640x480, and only 3840x2160 can run at refresh rates beyond 60 Hz. When a graphics card sends a different resolution to the monitor, say 1080p, the graphics card upscales 1080p to 4k and sends 4k. This unfortunately means that if your graphics card doesn't support the high bandwidth of DisplayPort 1.4 or 1.3, you cannot run this monitor at 120 Hz @ RGB (without resorting to more extreme methods), because when you attempt to send 1080p @ 120 Hz @ RGB the graphics card will instead try to send 4k @ 120 Hz @ RGB, which is beyond the bandwidth of DisplayPort 1.2 and under. We even made an NVIDIA Control Panel custom resolution at 1080p @ 60 Hz, and the monitor would not display it at all. Also when we set our GTX 960 to 4k @ 4:2:2, the maximum resolution was 98 Hz, though 4k @ 120 Hz @ 4:2:2 should be within the bandwidth of DisplayPort 1.2 .

8.7

Inputs

The Acer Predator X27 has great low input lag, but it is higher than most other gaming monitors like the XB271HU. It has a large 27" screen with a 4k resolution that is perfect for almost any use.

8.4 Input Lag
Native Resolution
:
12.3 ms
Non-Native Res @ Native Refresh
:
N/A
Native Resolution @ 60 Hz
:
20.4 ms
Variable Refresh Rate
:
13.5 ms
10 bit HDR
:
12.7 ms
Black Frame Insertion (BFI)
:
N/A

Update 11/26/2019: We retested the input lag, and were now able to test the HDR input lag properly. The other results didn't change.

The monitor accepts a few non-native resolutions (only 1024x768, 800x600 and 640x480), but none can run at 120 Hz; this isn't usually a problem though because most video cards upscale to the monitor's native resolution without you even knowing.

At the native resolution and refresh rate input lag is low but may be disappointing to some gamers. With G-Sync enabled, it is lower but still higher than many other comparable monitors, like the ASUS ROG Swift PG279Q.

9.1 Resolution and Size
Native Resolution : 3840 x 2160
Aspect Ratio : 16:9
Megapixels : 8.3 MP
Pixel Density : 164 PPI
Screen Diagonal : 26.9 inches
Screen Area : 310 sq inches

The Acer X27 has a large 27" screen and a native 4k resolution. Even if you are sitting extremely close to the monitor you will still be able to see very fine details without seeing the individual pixels.

Inputs
Total Inputs
DisplayPort : 1 (DP 1.4)
Mini DisplayPort : No
HDMI : 1 (HDMI 2.0)
DVI : No
VGA : No
DisplayPort Out : No
USB : 4 (USB 3.0)
USB C : No
Analog Audio Out 3.5mm : 1
Microphone In 3.5mm : No
Digital Optical Audio Out : No
Analog Audio Out RCA : No
Power Supply : External Brick

One of the USB inputs supports fast charging.

Features

The Acer Predator X27 has a nice set of additional features that should please most people. There are many display options that can adjust the picture, including a night-time blue filter mode. The on-screen display is well laid out and easy to navigate, as are the controls.

Additional Features
Speakers
:
Yes
HDR10 : Yes
Multiple input display
:
No

One of the USB ports on the side of the monitor supports quick charging. There is a Blue Light feature that adds a yellow tint to the screen for nighttime viewing. There is also a Dark Boost feature that adjusts the black levels to make dark details easier to see.

There is an Aim Point feature that has multiple crosshair overlay options, as shown here and here

When in full screen G-Sync mode, there is an option to display the current refresh rate on the screen.

There is an ambient light feature that shines light from the backlight onto the surface beneath the monitor. It can also change colors dynamically depending on the average color of the screen.

The ambient light feature doesn't shine light from the backlight, it uses separate LEDs. There's LEDs that shine behind the monitor, and others that shine under the monitor. Also the fact that you can choose among a few colors (red, green, blue, orange etc.) is a more important feature than the adaptive color.

On-Screen Display (OSD)
Controls

The controls are located behind the monitor on the right side. The menus are very easy to navigate thanks to the joystick control, very similar to LG monitors.

When the blinders are installed, the controls can be difficult to reach.

In The Box

  • Manual
  • HDMI cable
  • DisplayPort cable
  • USB cable
  • Vesa mount adapter
  • Top blinder (as shown here)

Differences between Sizes and Variants

We've tested the 27" Acer Predator X27, version bmiphzx.

If someone comes across a different type of panel or if their Predator X27 doesn't correspond to our review, let us know and we will update the review. Note that some tests such as the gray uniformity may vary between individual units.

Model Size Panel Type Curved Resolution Native Refresh
X27 27" IPS No 4k 120Hz
X34 34" IPS Yes 3440x1440 120Hz
XB271HU 27" IPS No 1440p 144Hz

The X27 we reviewed was manufactured in May 2018.

Compared to other Monitors

Left: Samsung CHG70. Middle: Acer Predator X27 Right: LG 27UK650
Unlike our other photographs, this picture wasn't taken under a controlled environment, so do not draw conclusions from it.

The Acer Predator is a very good HDR gaming monitor, and one of the best 4k monitors for HDR we've tested, but it comes at a very premium price. See our recommendations for the best gaming monitors.

Acer Predator XB273K
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The Acer Predator X27 is a bit better than the Acer Predator XB273K. The X27 has wider viewing angles and a local dimming feature that helps dark room performance. The X27 has also wider coverage of the Adobe RGB space, which is important for those in the media and publishing business. The XB273K has a lower input lag, which is great for gamers. 

ASUS ROG Swift PG279Q
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The Acer Predator X27 and ASUS ROG PG279Q offer very similar performance overall. The Acer X27 has a higher native resolution, at 4k, that allows you to see more details or multitask easier. The X27 supports HDR and has a wider color gamut. The ROG PG279Q has better motion handling, including an optional black frame insertion feature, and has less input lag for gaming.

Gigabyte Aorus AD27QD
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The Gigabyte Aorus AD27QD and the Acer Predator X27 both have very similar performance. The Gigabyte has a lower input lag, which is great for gaming, and better ergonomics to help you position it to your liking with ease. The Acer Predator X27, on the other hand, has better resolution and allows you to see more of your work on the screen. The X27 also supports local dimming and delivers better HDR performance.

LG 27UK650-W
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The Acer Predator X27 is slightly better than the LG 27UK650. The Acer Predator X27 supports local dimming and has better HDR performance, thanks to its wider color gamut and higher HDR peak brightness. The LG 27UK650-W has slightly lower input lag and feels more responsive, which is great for gaming.

Acer Predator XB271HU
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The Acer Predator X27 is better than the Acer Predator XB271HU. The X27 has a higher native resolution, so you can see more details, and it supports HDR. It displays a wider color gamut, great for professional users in print and marketing. The XB271HU has lower native input lag, great for gamers, and has an optional black frame insertion feature that can clear up motion.

Samsung CHG70
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The Acer Predator X27 is a bit better than the Samsung CHG70 unless dark room performance is an important factor. The Predator X27 is much brighter than the CHG70 and has wider viewing angles. The X27 offers a better HDR experience, highlights stand out more in some scenes, and colors are more saturated and vibrant. The VA panel in the CHG70 delivers deeper blacks, and better black uniformity, but worse viewing angles. The CHG70 also has better low input lag.

Dell U2718Q
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The Acer Predator X27 is slightly better than the Dell U2718Q. The X27 is brighter and offers a much better HDR experience, as it's brighter and can produce brighter highlights, as well as the added full array local dimming feature. The X27 has a much wider color gamut, suitable for professional use for print and marketing. The Dell U2718Q has more ergonomic options and is easier to adjust to an optimal viewing position.

Philips Momentum 436M6VBPAB
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Although they use different panel technologies, the Acer Predator X27 is significantly better than the Philips 436M6VBPAB for most uses. The X27 uses an IPS panel, and the image remains accurate when viewed at an angle. The X27 also has a faster refresh rate, great for gaming, and has a more versatile stand with better ergonomics. The Acer X27 also has a much better local dimming feature with hundreds of local dimming zones, compared to a few dozen on the Philips. The Philips 436M6VBPAB has a VA panel, and looks much better in a dark room thanks to the much better contrast ratio.

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8.0 Mixed Usage

Very good monitor for mixed usage. It is well suited for a brighter office setting, but has limited ergonomic options. It has some excellent gaming features like support for NVIDIA's G-Sync technology, but is limited by the relatively high input lag.

7.9 Office

Very good monitor for office use. The high resolution 4k screen produces sharp text and makes it easier to multitask. It has wide viewing angles and decent reflection handling, although it isn't as bright in SDR. Unfortunately, it has limited ergonomic options and might be more difficult to place in an ideal position.

8.1 Gaming

Great monitor for gaming. It has some excellent gaming features, including support for NVIDIA's G-Sync technology. Input lag is good, but high compared to similar gaming monitors like the Predator XB271HU. It is not well suited for late night gaming in a dark room due to the poor contrast ratio and bad black uniformity.

8.0 Multimedia

Very good monitor for watching movies or streaming internet video. The large screen and 4k resolution produce very detailed, crisp images that allow you to see every detail. The wide color gamut and good color volume make sure you see every detail in your videos. Small highlights are very bright in HDR, and the local dimming feature enhances the experience, but there is some haloing around bright highlights in dark scenes.

8.0 Media Creation

Impressive monitor for media creation, especially for print and media creation thanks to the nearly complete coverage of the wider Adobe s.RGB color space. The high resolution screen makes it easier to see every detail and get more done.

7.4 HDR Gaming

Decent monitor for HDR gaming, slightly better than the Samsung CHG70. Dark room performance is hindered by the poor contrast ratio and bad black uniformity. The Acer X27 is extremely bright in HDR and small highlights really stand out.

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