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BenQ XL2730Z Review (AMD FreeSync Follow-up)

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BenQ XL2730Z Review – Conclusion

When we first tested FreeSync this is what we had to say…

“Starting with FreeSync itself, quite simply it works great. Our gaming experience was smooth, we encountered no bugs and no real effort was required to set it up.”

Does anything change on the XL2730Z? Actually, yes. The higher refresh rate of the BenQ screen at 144Hz allows for a much wider range in which to have FreeSync benefits. The setup was also a touch easier as on this screen the settings are pre-set to enable FreeSync in software, rather than have to delve into the OSD.

The XL2730Z is also very much a gaming monitor. That starts with little touches such as the headphone holder and carry handle and continues on through the control pod, gaming features such as Black eQualiszer and 1ms GtG time. The viewing angles are good and the gaming profiles also make sense, though for desktop use we did tweak things a little for enhanced sharpness/contrast…thats just personal preference though. Brightness was also uniform across the panel and we noticed no significant ghosting during our gaming sessions. The inclusion of USB 3.0 ports and HDMI 2.0 is a nice bonus.

Summary: The BenQ XL2730z is one of the more expensive FreeSync enabled displays however it is packed with gaming features and future proof tech such as HDMI 2.0. Very much a case of you get what you pay for… including some class leading framerates under FreeSync conditions.

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  1. johnothon

    tn… ewwww

  2. I’ve been waiting for a 4k or 5k displays that uses freesync/adaptive sync….. frankly i don’t understand why anyone would bother with g-sync.

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