CRUA C270B is a 2800R curved Monitor with a FHD Resolution. Experience High-quality graphics include an engaging gameplay experience, a realistic, daring vision, and assistance in eye-saving mode and flicker-free technology. A 178°panoramic viewing angle and a contrast ratio of 3000:1 offer richer colors, enabling you to catch more picture data.
CRUA C270B Monitor Specs
Screen Size: 27 Inches
Resolution: FHD 1080p
Hardware Interface: HDMI
Refresh Rate: 144 Hz
Flicker-free technology: Yes
Blue light filters: Yes
AMD FreeSync technology: Yes
Multiple display systems for your game console, tablet, PC, laptop or enterprise, home office, work at home, big computer screen for entertainment in multiple meetings, conferencing, coding, designing, review on a large screen comfortably communicate with external devices including HDMI and DP ports.
Frameless Game Monitor: With a refresh rate of 144Hz and a response time of 1ms, the CRUA C270B monitor provides an outstanding gaming experience. AMD FreeSync technologies significantly eliminated motion blur, image stuttering, and ghosting. For all-day convenience, flicker-free tech and blue light filters are used.
PC Screen Monitor Edge Display: Curved interface with a smooth curve For your sleek trendy look and effortlessly between your eyes and the big display, a slim and nearly frameless full theater screen provides a wide viewing experience. You should change the angle to find the most relaxed spot.
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My Honest CRUA C270B Review
I use this display at 1080p for gaming and light office work with an I5 8400 and a GTX1060 6GB. This is not certified as G-sync compliant, but I can confirm that it works perfectly on my unit, and I’ve seen several other sites online confirming the same. With a quick upgrade to geforce experience and the nvidia control panel (with drivers), G-sync can be enabled.I have to mention that even with G-sync switched off, I don’t see any tearing on CRUA C270B display, and I’m normally really responsive to it. This is also applicable at lower refresh speeds (e.g. Dishonoured 2 where I push around 60fps on ultra, could see no tearing). However, the function is useful if tearing occurs in any game.
In my view, the leap to 144hz is extremely impressive, but your mileage can differ. Moving windows about on the desktop seems silky smooth, making my second monitor’s 60fps seem jittery and sluggish. I mostly play PUBG, and with a card overclock, I can consistently reach > 120 fps on competitive settings. I can’t tell for certain that it has improved my playing, but it certainly seems like it has, and the game runs so smoothly at fast refresh rates. Most games (TW: Warhammer 2, Black Ops 4, Battlefield 5) get me between 60 and 100 frames per second, which is excellent for a now-aged 1060. I want to update in the future to have > 120 fps in all of my games because it looks fantastic.
At 24 “, I guess 1080p is perfect. I have mates gaming at 1440p on 27 “, which is obviously awesome, but I think 1080p is still a decent build. Pushing frames at 144hz at 1440p remains the domain of enthusiast grade hardware (expensive), while the fast refresh rate at 1080p is significantly less expensive. The CRUA C270B screen is as sharp as you’d imagine for a screen of this scale, and I’m not disappointed with my decision to stick with 1080p.
Many people complain about color reproduction on TN tables, but if you’re like me and don’t think or notice about color reproduction on displays, this won’t be a concern. I haven’t updated the color settings yet, but I’m having fun gaming on it. Reds are red, blues are brown, everything looks perfect. The reduced contrast and less inky blacks are somewhat visible, but they haven’t affected me yet. Maybe not the best choice if you just like ambient horror games…
The stand on CRUA C270B monitor is not flexible, but it sits around the right height (I am average height on a standard desk with a GTOmega chair) and can be angled to square up to your face whether you are a little high or short. It can also be installed. However, the stand seems to be in fine condition. The panel is more modern, allowing for extremely thin bezels across the sides and back. I didn’t think I’d be concerned, but the lack of bezels looks really good.
I got CRUA C270B monitor for £150 on Prime Day and found it the greatest deal in my setup. At the regular price of £200, it is still fair, and I would not feel cheated if I had charged that. There are several monitors at this price point with various features, but I prefer this one if what you want is a fast refresh rate display for 1080p gaming.
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