Razer-Lenovo Y27G Re and Razer Synapse

Discussion in 'Razer Synapse' started by Onarakiru-Razer, Sep 15, 2017.

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  1. Onarakiru-Razer

    Onarakiru-Razer New Member

    Thank you.
    Last edited: Jan 20, 2018
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  2. ARMOR_152

    ARMOR_152 Well-Known Member

    Ya, you need the USB plugged in:thumbsup: Enjoy!
  3. JustJozef

    JustJozef Active Member

    How is it? I really want to get one.
  4. Onarakiru-Razer

    Onarakiru-Razer New Member

    Thanks it worked!

    It is currently on sale on the Lenovo website so it's a really good time to pick one up, It's a great monitor for that price, MSRP it's overpriced I'd say.

    It's a 1080p monitor some people might argue you rather get one that provides 4K resolution. I really don't need 4K so I'm pretty happy with it.

    The monitor is solid construction wise, very sturdy base and doesn't feel cheap at all. The chroma feature is a nice touch but ofcourse you won't see it if you're sitting infront of your PC, but looking at my desk from another angle, it's pretty neat to have everything Razer.

    Performance wise, I use the display port on it for PC and HDMI for my PS4, no ghosting issues, the colors are rich and it looks great.

    There are some slight backlight bleed, but it's not the worse and it's hardly noticeable, it doesn't bother me, I haven't really had a monitor that's completely backlight bleed free on a pitch black screen.

    Overall I'm pretty happy with the monitor, I got it with a military discount on top of the sale price so I saved a heap ton.

    I'm a big Razer fan so this really makes me happy, I'll edit my post to add a set up photo later.
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  5. JustJozef

    JustJozef Active Member

    Thanks! Yeah I've notice most people will say get 1440 or 4k but I'm pretty happy with 1080p, would be nice to have a higher refresh rate and a little bigger than I have now though.
  6. Onarakiru-Razer

    Onarakiru-Razer New Member

    The 144 refresh rate is definitely noticeable, G-Sync works great and painless almost. I forgot to take a photo, I will later. lol

    Hopefully Razer collabs with other companies for more selection when it comes to monitors, or heck come out with their own line.
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  7. JustJozef

    JustJozef Active Member

    Just got mine hooked up and loving it! went from a 22 inch to this and it's huge!
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  8. Hucast

    Hucast Well-Known Member

    Nice! Totally Jelly! Props! :smile_:
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  9. surfer1081

    surfer1081 Well-Known Member

    I'm at work, so I can't post pic. but here is a link on the battlestations thread of what the monitor looks like :)


    mid way down is my post.
    Its incomplete at the moment as I have the Razer core v2 and a 1070 TI that should be coming in any day now, is why I have the set up looking the way it does.

    Back to the monitor. I have no complaints about it what so ever. Price is a little steep because you are paying for a razer edition monitor. Levono sells the same one without the Razer edition for 100-200 less depending on where you are purchasing it from. I was able to get a good deal when I bought it on Amazon as it went on sale :) I wanted to have it all Razer-themed so I didn't mind paying the extra dollar for it. If Razer doesn't come out with a 1440 by the time I build the Razer Antec desktop (spring time) I'll just be moving this monitor to replace my MSI setup. As far as configurations are concerned, I did download drivers manually from the connected RBS but thats about it. Since its from Levono I doubt its on any synapse software although It would be nice to toggle through different lighting profiles that are on the back of the monitor.

    Edit: attached pic of what it looks like now. Outside of the GPU card and cable management itll be done. but this is the Levono RE monitor. 144 hz, 1080p, g sync, no reason you shouldn't get 60 fps at least of solid gaming experience via monitor. Another neat feature that is not an option on a lot of monitors today is the fact you can turn/twist the monitor screen itself side-to-side and raise/lower the screen on stand without tools for simple adjustment, just simply rise it up or push it down!

    Last edited: Nov 7, 2017
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