Customer Questions & Answers
QHow do you enable freesync doesn't give the option toAsked on June 11, 2021 8:51 pmAnswer Hello Nathan, you enable that in the Radeon control panel and not on the monitor itself. -Chris
QHow do I turn the monitor into portrait mode like is shown in the images. Does this require me to loosen some screws or can it be done without. Is there a certain direction I have to turn it?Asked on June 7, 2021 12:30 amAnswer Hello Lee, you should have received the manual with your monitor but the instructions state to adjust the monitor to max tilt angle. Then slowly rotate the monitor clockwise by 90* and then adjust the title angle as you need. You don't want to force it in anyway. -Chris
QIs this 4K compatible?Asked on May 10, 2021 3:01 pmAnswer Hello Joel, the monitor can support up to 1080p. -Chris
QDoes this also come with any support for nvidia g-sync?Asked on May 10, 2021 6:09 amAnswer Hello Joel, yes it does! -Chris
QCan I enable HDR with this monitor on my PS5?Asked on April 22, 2021 9:32 amAnswer Hello Tasar, unfortunately this monitor does not have HDR as a feature. -Chris
QDoes it have blue light filter?Asked on March 30, 2021 2:05 pmAnswer Hello Timothy, while the monitor does not have that feature, you can easily turn this on through Windows settings. There is an option called "Night Mode" you can enable which will put on a blue light filter and can use that with any monitor actually. -Chris
I am a software designer and Mod Developer…its perfect for what I need, I can run one development session with a separate render session and it’s smooth and responsive.
I can honestly say that this has to be the best purchase I have made when buying a pc. It’s fast, reliable, and an amazing product.
Michael H.Blaze II
All you need to do is take out the stuff in the case and plug and play…the build of the computer, it wasn’t half-assed and made with care. It was cabled beautifully.
Timothy LinArchangel 3.0
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