The more interesting is the 24-inch Dell S2417DG, which has a native resolution of 2560x1440 and support maximum refresh rate of 165Hz, with Nvidia G-Sync, of course. The specification list includes maximum brightness of 350cd/m2, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 170/160 viewing angles and a standard sRGB gamut.
Dell also includes a set of gaming profiles for RTS, FPS or RTG games. The S2417DG also comes with DisplayPort 1.2a and HDMI 1.4 inputs as well as four USB 3.0 ports. The stand support height, tilt, swivel and pivot adjustments and it is the same S-series as the SE2717H with AMD Freesync support.
The larger Dell SE2717H monitor is based on a 27-inch IPS panel with lower 1920x1080 resolution and comes with narrow bezels and a stand that only supports tilt adjustments. It also comes with D-Sub and HDMI 1.4a inputs and has 300 cd/m2 brightness, 6ms response time, and supports FreeSync, ranging from 48 to 75Hz.
According to details provided, the G-Sync loving Dell S2417DG should cost around US $570, which is not half bad for a 1440p monitor with high refresh-rate and versatile stand adjustments, but the US $249 priced SE2717H with AMD FreeSync could be the budget-oriented star and might end up to be the cheapest FreeSync monitor around.