Tuesday, July 18th 2017

BenQ announces ZOWIE XL 2546 PC e-Sports Monitor with DyAc

Since its release in Dec. 2016, the XL2540 has become the monitor of choice for tournaments such as ESL Pro League Season 5, ESL ONE Cologne, PGL, DreamHack Open Series and other tournaments with competitive FPS titles. The new XL2546 has the same increased smoothness that was introduced in the XL2540 and the addition of DyAc provides increased movement clarity in-game. Actions with vigorous screen movement, such as spraying of weapons will benefit most from DyAc as being able to see more clearly can help with recoil control.

Like the XL2540, the benefits of the XL2546 and its native 240Hz refresh rate can be fully activated when the computer generates over 240 frames per second(FPS). As such, one should make certain their PC performance is up to par before considering either monitor. The ZOWIE XL 2546 with DyAc will make its tournament debut at DreamHack Atlanta 2017 where it has been selected as the official monitor.
Come by the ZOWIE booth at DreamHack Atlanta from 21st to 23rd July and experience XL2546. Numbers and specifications do not tell the whole story so experience the DyAcTM difference for yourself. Stay tuned to our social media for information regarding availability or experience events in your region.
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11 Comments on BenQ announces ZOWIE XL 2546 PC e-Sports Monitor with DyAc

#1
Bytales
You should probably explain what DyAcTM means in the post. People have no ideea.
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#2
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
Bytales said:
You should probably explain what DyAcTM means in the post. People have no ideea.
Dynamic Something Trademark?
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#3
Camm
Wish Benq would move into the 21:9 space.
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#4
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
I'd like to see a 4K monitor with strobing backlight like my XL2720Z. We'll have to wait for 4K@120Hz for that though, or at least 100Hz. :ohwell: gsync would be great too.
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#5
Gasaraki
Yeah this press release means nothing to us. What the hell is DyAc? is the like G-Sync?

And you have to get OVER 250FPS to benefit?
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#6
wolar
Gasaraki said:
Yeah this press release means nothing to us. What the hell is DyAc? is the like G-Sync?

And you have to get OVER 250FPS to benefit?
For the 240hz , although its not correctly you can benefit from below that aswell but not to the full extend of the monitor capabilities.
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#7
seronx
Gasaraki said:
What the hell is DyAc?
Got this from a google search...
According to BenQ, Dynamic Accuracy helps with recoil and helps players see more clearly. It sounds so ambiguous and such marketing gobbledygook that it might not actually be worth anything at all. Although according to talkytalk.co.uk who reviewed BenQ DyAcTM monitors, it is actually a backlight strobing effect which inserts a black image every other frame. It works because the human eye perceive motion and anticipate movement. A frame left on the screen for its full length followed by a full frame straightaway, the eyes and the brain blur the image automatically. With a black frame inserted in between, the length of time the image displayed on screen is reduced, and the brain interprets this as a smoother sharper image. It is basically a brain trick that is why BenQ is ambigious about it’s technicality in the press releases.
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#8
natr0n
Reminds me of school when stupid kids said... S my dyac
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#9
Solaris17
Creator Solaris Utility DVD
ZOWIE XL 2546 PC e-Sports Monitor with DyAc

IDK what I'm reading it looks like someone just scrambled the alphabet a bit.
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#10
Swayyy
BenQ needs to get into the 21:9 game
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