Acer Predator X25 bmiiprzx 24.5″ FHD (1920 x 1080) Dual Drive IPS Gaming Monitor | NVIDIA G-SYNC | Up to 360Hz | Up to 0.3ms | 99% sRGB | 400nit | DisplayHDR 400 | Display Port…

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Specification: Acer Predator X25 bmiiprzx 24.5″ FHD (1920 x 1080) Dual Drive IPS Gaming Monitor | NVIDIA G-SYNC | Up to 360Hz | Up to 0.3ms | 99% sRGB | 400nit | DisplayHDR 400 | Display Port…

Standing screen display size

‎24.5 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎1920×1080

Max Screen Resolution

‎1920 x 1080 Pixels

Brand

‎acer

Series

‎Predator X25 bmiiprzx

Item model number

‎X25 bmiiprzx

Item Weight

‎12.96 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎21.9 x 9.3 x 18 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎21.9 x 9.3 x 18 inches

Color

‎Black

Voltage

‎24.5 Volts

Manufacturer

‎Acer

Country of Origin

‎China

Date First Available

‎May 9, 2021

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4 reviews for Acer Predator X25 bmiiprzx 24.5″ FHD (1920 x 1080) Dual Drive IPS Gaming Monitor | NVIDIA G-SYNC | Up to 360Hz | Up to 0.3ms | 99% sRGB | 400nit | DisplayHDR 400 | Display Port…

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  1. Amazon Customer

    Pros:
    – Native G-Sync with Reflex Latency Analyzer
    – OSD has an option to disable “Deep Sleep” which prevents the monitor from taking forever to wake up; an extremely underrated feature which neither Asus or Alienware have (and they take forever to wake up)
    – Better OSD in general than Alienware
    – Price has come down a lot since it was new

    Cons:
    – Cannot make any custom refresh rates such as 250Hz which older games require (every 360Hz G-Sync monitor has this limitation, not Acer’s fault, but for me this is a deal breaker)
    – There’s a giant bulge on the bottom of the display to accommodate the gimmicky infrared proximity sensor which is rather useless
    – My unit’s display had a yellowish tint out of the box
    – Not the fastest processing latency (as fast as VG279QM 280Hz according to RTINGS, while this is a 360Hz monitor)
    – Stupid three-legged stand instead of a normal base
    – Although there’s an OSD option to show the monitor’s refresh rate as an overlay, you can’t open the OSD and immediately see what refresh rate the display is running at, Alienware also doesn’t have this
    – Only three overdrive modes, the strongest being too aggressive (very strong overshoot) while the middle one being too weak

    Overall, it’s not a bad monitor, but it’s not a real upgrade over my previous one.

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  2. Fish

    Overall Experience: The picture is more beautiful than a monitor has any right to be. Playing games (especially in HDR) on this thing will make you feel like you’ve been playing games wrong your whole life. This is the nicest thing I own, and I’m not even ashamed of that, nor do I deserve it. If you’re in the market for a high end gaming monitor, buy this one. Full stop.

    Price vs alternatives (and my biggest dilemma):
    So let’s get the big thing out of the way early- this thing is expensive. But if you’re in the market for a high end monitor with all the bells and whistles, this is the one. I was biting my nails over whether to go with the (few) 4K monitor that has similar features (true HDR, G-Sync, high refresh rate, low latency) at 27” or to go with this one at lower resolution with a larger/curved screen and I feel really good about making the call to go with this model.

    First off, I would argue that at less than 32 inches (and possibly bigger), the difference between 4K and 2k is somewhere between negligible and not observable by the human eye. This is debatable, but if you’re on the other side of the fence on this one, just go buy a 4K monitor. Now factor in that the only real competitors to this monitor in terms of features AND available at 4K resolution are only available in 27 inches (at time of writing; bigger options are allegedly coming out and priced at roughly twice the price of this monitor), I think this monitor is an easy win over those options. The immersion in/appreciation of graphics you will get out of the larger and ultra wide, curved form factor, in my opinion, outshines a monitor with the same features in a flat screen in 4K at 27”. This monitor is more expensive than some of those options, but when you’re talking about a price point of over $1000 for a gaming peripheral, the price difference might be negligible for you. So if you’re in the same dilemma as I was, that is my personal take on it, and I don’t regret the decision for a second. For reference, I watch UHD movies on a 55” 4K TV and have never once thought “man I wish the resolution on that monitor was twice as good (or even a touch better)!” Just because you have a GPU that can run smooth 4K, doesn’t mean a 4K monitor will give you a better experience 100% of the time. If you need to feel like you’re on the bleeding edge by having a 4K monitor thats totally legit but it’s a different argument. My final point on this: If this monitor were available in a 4K option for $500 more (and lets be real, it would be way more than that), I still would have gone with this model.

    Other features:
    HDR: After you play in HDR 1000, you can’t go back. You’ve been warned.

    Refresh Rate: Higher refresh rate than you will need. This is a good thing.

    G-Sync Ultimate. Man, it just works better than FreeSync and I’m sorry but it does. It’s hardware, not just software and it’s the difference between helping to reduce screen tearing And stuttering (FreeSync) and eliminating it entirely (G-Sync). This upgrade stresses out my GPU a little on some games on ultra settings compared to my old one (running a 2070 on this machine, I’m upgrading soon, chill), but G-Sync means it STILL runs smoother on this thing. It’s actually nuts. Whatever monitor you go with, shelling out the extra cash for a monitor with G-Sync is worth it.

    Curved Screen: This was also my first curved monitor, and I was more nervous than excited about it. Don’t be like me. Be excited. It’s awesome. The curve is just the right angle to be immersive but not distracting. Ultra wide is the way to go for gaming for sure, but it’s also underrated in productivity. If you’re working from home and in spreadsheet purgatory like me for a large portion of your day, having 3 windows open at once comfortably lets you escape just a little bit faster. And if that excites you like it excites me, I’m sorry, but at least you’re not alone. (Pro tip: for productivity turn off HDR and turn on the blue light filter so you don’t burn out your retinas).

    Construction: It’s put together pretty beautifully. The stand is rock solid and it’s a heavy beast, but that’s kind of what you want in a monitor this expensive. It also comes totally assembled out of the box which is a nice little bonus. It also has really convenient settings buttons (even a little joystick).

    Fixes: Some reviews state that the fan settings causes noise that is quite loud and annoying- at time of writing, this seems to have been fixed. I never noticed an issue (I do typically wear headphones while using this monitor). If you do, allegedly – recent and easy to instal firmware update solves this. I have installed the firmware update and haven’t so much as noticed the fan even when not using headphones and sitting 3 feet away from my monitor, or behind it. I would consider this issue solved. I’ve also seen some complaints about flickering screens; I haven’t experienced this at all.

    Cons (ish?):

    Expect to fiddle with color settings. I used the NVIDIA interface and found it to be pretty painless.

    This monitor has built in speakers. They’re fine for general productivity, but they won’t win any awards, that’s for sure. They make sound which is better than no sound and are loud enough for general productivity. They’re more of an added free bonus (compared to the ASUS model with the same panel). That is all I’ll say about them though. They are speakers.

    I notice some halos with bright colors on black screen. It is VERY noticeable when viewed from off/odd angles, but from straight on (the way a curved screen is meant to be viewed), you’ve almost got to be looking for them to find them. This is the only real con in my opinion, and it’s so barely noticeable I can’t say it has negatively impacted my experience in any way yet.

    Price. I lied, the price is another con. Not saying it’s not worth it- if you’re going to spend more than $1000 but less than $3000 on a monitor, this is probably one of the best options available, but it will still hurt to click “buy”. And if it doesn’t… well then why are you reading this- go buy an 8k TV and pick up a 3090 in a few weeks like the other rich kids, and send me one of each to boot!

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  3. Melissa Baker

    I am not going to list all the features or quote Acer talking points. This monitor is expensive!!!! It is also amazing!!!!

    Some of the only “cons” posted by previous purchasers have been addressed by Acer since and I wanted to let people know since I had to gamble by ordering without knowing for sure that these things had been fixed but thankfully my gamble paid off. Specifically: A) flickering – has been completely addressed for me after installing the Acer firmware update – so this should not be an issue keeping interested buyers from purchasing. B) fan noise (more specifically the frequent high-pitched spin-ups even while idle)- has also been addressed for me after installing the Acer firmware update. This monitor does still have a fan and you can still occasionally hear it but it really should be a non-issue for most users and is no louder/more frequent than other monitors with G-sync ultimate.

    So without those two main “cons”, the only remaining con to consider is the cost. If you have the means, I highly recommend you get one.

    P.S. though it may not be widely advertised but the RGB can be set to ANY color by using software – just make sure you attach the included USB cable to properly use the software (something that wasn’t obvious or widely documented).

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  4. McGroarty

    There’s a default setting that caps brightness – separate from the brightness slider – that you’ll need to find in order to get full brightness out of this display. Once you do, the picture is gorgeous. Look for that straight out of the box. I expect they left it set in order to maintain the Energy Star rating.

    The display is very responsive, and I’m able to get 160-165Hz off of both the Display Port and Thunderbolt connectors on Windows and macOS alike. In my case, I tested with an nVidia 3090 and an M2 MacBook Pro.

    The built-in KVM works. It switches both the display and USB upstream between my Mac and my PC so I can use a single monitor, keyboard, mouse, webcam, and USB headset on both. No extra hardware was required, save a USB hub for the additional peripherals.

    I’ve got two minor complaints that keep it from being 5 stars. First, the automatic source selection is clumsy. When it detects no signal from one source, it begins testing each additional source (Display Port, Thunderbolt, HDMI, HDMI, …) and it sits on each for a few seconds. This is just long enough that on e.g., rebooting, it may begin hunting other sources (and switching USB to each) that the PC will think there is no keyboard attached, macOS will begin with the wrong resolution or think the monitor is detached, or I’ll end up staring at a blank screen for longer than I’d like. You can turn off automatic hunt and switch between sources manually. But it would be better if there were a configuration option on the monitor to bypass ports that the user knows are not in use. It wouldn’t be a big deal if it were just flipping back and forth between two sources, which is all most people will use.

    The other complaint is the speakers. These have zero bass. It’s not just weak bass – it sounds like there’s a high pass filter that hard clamps anything under 230Hz. It rapidly ramps up to normal by 250Hz. But this means 3 full octaves of bass notes are outright missing. There isn’t any bass or treble tuning in the monitor controls. Don’t plan to use the speakers for anything other than alert noises.

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