Dell Alienware AW2524HF Adaptive-Sync Version with 1080p 500Hz IPS Panel Announced

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Dell have today announced their new Alienware AW2524HF monitor, the adpative-sync version of their existing AW2524H model which featured a Native NVIDIA G-sync module. The new screen is 24.5″ in size and has a 1080p resolution ‘Fast IPS’ panel combined with a massive 500Hz refresh rate. It’s clearly aimed at high-level gaming and esports players.

Dell Alienware AW2524HF Specs

The screen has a 1920 x 1080 resolution, a 0.5ms G2G minimum response time (although this is in the highest ‘extreme’ mode), 1000:1 contrast ratio, 400 cd/m2 brightness, 178/178 viewing angles, 10-bit colour depth support and a standard 99% sRGB gamut. The very high 500Hz refresh rate is available via a small overclock from the native 480Hz AU Optronics Fast IPS panel. This is alsao supported by AMD ‘FreeSync Premium’ and VESA ‘AdaptiveSync’ certifications.

Features and Connectivity

The built-in retractable headset hanger keeps desks tidy, while the hexagonal base occupies a smaller footprint and can be adjusted with height markers so you can play your way, each time. For connectivity the screen will offer 2x DisplayPort 1.4 connections supporting the full res/refresh rate, along with 1x HDMI 2.1 which can (according to the spec sheet) support 1080p at up to 255Hz, but will of course handle 1080p 120Hz console inputs fine and will also apparently include HDMI-VRR support. There are also 4x USB data ports available. The stand will offer a full range of tilt, height, swivel and rotate adjustments.

Pricing and Availability

It will be available on beginning on September 12th at USD $649.99. Dell suggest in the press release that this model will also be available in Europe and the UK, whereas the G-sync version has not been.

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