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Acer Predator X34 and Acer Predator Z35 Promo Videos

By September 4, 2015 11 Comments
Acer has finally released their promo videos of the anticipated Acer Predator X34 and the Acer Predator Z35. Not only are they confirming once again that the Acer Predator X34 will indeed be overclockable to 100Hz, but the company has also revealed that the Acer Predator Z35 will be overclockable to a whopping 200Hz with the first game mode enabled (presumably with G-SYNC). Don’t believe me? Watch the video below and see for yourself. It will be interesting to see how well it performs in the benchmarks and we’ll see if we can get an early sample for review.

Acer Predator X34


  • Aggressive design
  • Cinematic curved display for a more immersive experience
  • 34-inch QHD IPS
  • NVIDIA G-SYNC to eliminate tearing, minimize stuttering and overclock to 100Hz with G-SYNC mode on.
  • Tilt and height adjustments
  • DTS™ Sound
  • Ambient lighting

Acer Predator Z35


  • 35-inch UltraWide Curved (2000R curvature)
  • 144Hz refresh rate
  • 3 gaming modes (200Hz overclock, adjust black level and select aim points)
  • NVIDIA G-SYNC to eliminate tearing, minimize stuttering and overclock to 200Hz with G-SYNC mode on (available with the first game mode enabled).
  • DTS® sound speakers

Let us know what you think about these monitors. Will you get one? Why/why not?

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  • Jaron Fitzgerald

    I love this website so much. Im 25 yrs old and the stuff you guys post about are the only toys that make me feel like a kid on xmas eve anymore. They didnt mention the response rate or resolution in either video though. I imagine both will be 1440 but i think if they were 1 or 2ms response they would have mentioned it as a selling point. Im expecting 5ms esp cause this is pretty new tech and both are IPS. im really hoping these are right around the 500 follar mark! Love you guys keep it up!

  • Thank you very much for the kind words, Jaron! We appreciate it. The resolution is mentioned only on the Predator X34 video (QHD, which is 1440p) and the second one will have a resolution of 2560×1080 (other sources). The response times are not known, but we, like you, expect it to be around 4-5 ms. Hopefully they will go on a massive sale on Black Friday or Cyber Monday! They should have shipped plenty by then, hopefully. And again, thank you and have a nice weekend.

  • Chris Pickering

    Between Logical Increments and this site I’m pretty much covered :). I’m really liking the look of the X34, much more so than the RoG Swift PG348Q that Asus have announced. From my understanding they will both be overclockable to 100Hz with G-Sync? How soon do you reckon you guys will get review samples?

  • Yes, they are both overclockable to 100Hz (X34) and 200Hz (Z35) with G-Sync only. Without it, they will operate at 75Hz (X34) and 144Hz (Z35). We have reached out to Acer and we expect to receive a reply within a couple of days (weekend now)

  • Johnny Jonassen

    i cant figure out which is the better monitor the 34″ or the 35″ The 34 has 4k resolution the 35 doesent. Ppl telle me u cant see the difference between 75 and 100 refressh rates so what will 200 do ?

  • Lee Saenz

    I just ordered the Predator X34 GSYNC one, pre-orders just opened up less than an hour ago at newegg. Hope it’s worth it, I’m running a TitanX Hydro Copper…. this is the last piece I was waiting for to finish my build. I’ll reply once I get it on 10/13

  • Piotrek

    How big is the curve on X34? Is it rated 2000R, or less (3800 like other 34 inch)

  • Secular is Spectacular

    100 Hz is a lot more noticeable coming from 60Hz, where as if you’re used to 144 Hz, 200Hz won’t be all that much more noticeable. Refresh rates have diminishing returns the higher they go.

    Personally, the IPS panel is much better quality, especially if you plan to game for fun.

  • Modestyahoo

    I’ll definitely buy the Z35 and here’s why: the VA panel’s 3000:1 contrast plus Nvidia DSR makes 1440p unnecessary therefore requiring less gpu power. I currently have a gtx 970 so with G sync that should be fine for the older mmo I primarily play. 144Hz is plenty and so is 1080p. I would figure long sessions with 1440p may strain the eyes too. The extra real estate is awesome for not only immersion but space for game addons. With the problems I’ve read about the higher refresh IPS, I think VA is a much safer bet plus more economical, really a no brainer for me.

  • Modestyahoo

    I’ve read that with a VA panel’s 3 times higher contrast ratio plus using Nvidia DSR (really easy with Nvidia control panel in seconds) people really can’t tell the difference in image quality at all so imho, 1440p is just not necessary. So I’d buy the Z35 for the higher refresh and the lower resolution would make driving it much easier with a lesser gpu making reaching higher refresh much easier and way cheaper (not needing SLI or a top end gpu).

  • Antti K. Ristus

    The Z35 is a 4+ ms monitor. It can’t handle high frame rates at high refresh rate like 1 or 2 ms monitors. So don’t expect “a perfect monitor without issues”. You will experience stuttering, smearing and delays at high frame rates/high refresh rate. Stay at 120 Hz max with g-sync or ulmb on and if possible tune the game to run minimum at 120 fps. Then it’s “perfect”. And if possible use nVidia DSR to get slightly better picture. DSR has a smoothing option so you can set the bandwidth stealing AA settings off or to minimum. I have went through several settings with several games. This is the way I got the best possible gaming experience and now I really REALLY don’t miss 1440 or 4K at all. (Z35 with GTX980ti SLI) Oh and if you play games like CS or the other “quick aim” games do NOT buy Z35 or X34. A 1 ms 120/144 Hz TN panel is for you.