Dell SE2717H is The Company’s First Monitor to Support AMD FreeSync
Dell has unveiled a new 27-inch monitor, the Dell SE2717H, with Full HD IPS panel and FreeSync support.
The Dell SE2717H is the manufacturer’s first to support AMD FreeSync for compatible GPUs. The monitor has a FreSync range of 48 – 75Hz, with Adaptive-Sync, but you should be able to set it to a max refresh rate of 75Hz static as an Nvidia user. This FreeSync range should provide gamers with a pretty smooth experience in various titles when compared to a standard 60Hz monitor.
In addition to this, it comes with a 1000:1 static contrast, alongside 178° horizontal and vertical viewing angles and the usual 6-bit + FRC colour processing. The monitor boasts a 6ms grey to grey response time, and a flicker-free WLED backlight.
The exterior of the Dell SE2717H resembles to that of the older SE2716H, featuring moderately thin bazels, with OSD (On Screen Display) control buttons located underside of the left bottom bazel. These are paired with a power button complete with Dell’s signature white slit LED design.
The display has no VESA compatible mounting system, while the included stand only offers tilt adjustment. Display ports include HDMI 1.4a (with Adaptive-Sync) and VGA.
The Dell SE2717H is priced at US $250. There is no official word on UK pricing at the moment. For more information, visit the official product page.
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