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144hz Monitor recommendation 24"

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Hello, Would anyone be able to recommend a 24" 144hz monitor that they have/used. I have a 1070 ASUS Strix gfx card Is it worth going extra for G-Sync? Big CS:GO and Overwatch player! Tha… Read More
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3m, 1d agoPosted 3 months, 1 day ago
Hello,
Would anyone be able to recommend a 24" 144hz monitor that they have/used.

I have a 1070 ASUS Strix gfx card

Is it worth going extra for G-Sync?

Big CS:GO and Overwatch player!

Thanks
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3m, 1d agoPosted 3 months, 1 day ago
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#1
I just got the Acer Predator GN246HL From Curry for £200.

Good picture, nice build, although the adjustment buttons are fiddly because they are hidden.

I use it with my PS4 - picture is smooth as silk on GTA.
#2
Bigfootpete
I just got the Acer Predator GN246HL From Curry for £200.
Good picture, nice build, although the adjustment buttons are fiddly because they are hidden.
I use it with my PS4 - picture is smooth as silk on GTA.
I'd hate to be the bearer of bad news but the PS4 only displays in 60hz. I have this monitor and use it for CS, Overwatch, H1 etc... and it is excellent. My only gripe would be the stand isn't very adjustable.
#3
I've been using the Benq XL2430T for a few years now, and for FPS games it's excellent! Super smooth 144hz on Overwatch and Titanfall 2 with my GTX 1070.
#4
The problem with a lot of 144hz TN monitors are the picture quality and gamma. Did quite a lot of research before I bought mine.

I bought a Viewsonic Xg2401. It doesn't suffer from the gamma problems many other main brands like the BenQ and Acer 144hz and has good picture quality for a TN screen.

This link gives a comprehensive look into the monitors: http://wecravegamestoo.com/forums/monitor-reviews-discussion/15713-best-144hz-monitors.html#post1357728

Pcmonitors.info is also a good site for more reviews and in depth look so you make a good purchase decision.

Happy buying!
#5
Variable refresh rate is a great technology as it helps improve smoothness without impacting performance, but it gets less effective as the frame rate gets higher.

However, I believe G-sync monitors also include backlight strobing (ULMB) as standard which is something you want when you're trying to minimise ghosting.
#6
ItsAMeChriso
The problem with a lot of 144hz TN monitors are the picture quality and gamma. Did quite a lot of research before I bought mine.
I bought a Viewsonic Xg2401. It doesn't suffer from the gamma problems many other main brands like the BenQ and Acer 144hz and has good picture quality for a TN screen.
This link gives a comprehensive look into the monitors: http://wecravegamestoo.com/forums/monitor-reviews-discussion/15713-best-144hz-monitors.html#post1357728
Pcmonitors.info is also a good site for more reviews and in depth look so you make a good purchase decision.
Happy buying!

I second this. I got it few days ago and its an amazing monitor, everything from stand to image quality is top notch.
#7
JumpinJack
Bigfootpete
I just got the Acer Predator GN246HL From Curry for £200.
Good picture, nice build, although the adjustment buttons are fiddly because they are hidden.
I use it with my PS4 - picture is smooth as silk on GTA.
I'd hate to be the bearer of bad news but the PS4 only displays in 60hz. I have this monitor and use it for CS, Overwatch, H1 etc... and it is excellent. My only gripe would be the stand isn't very adjustable.

Ha, no I did not know that, ahhh well, I'm happy with the picture and it's smooth, if I get a decent pc at least I know it will be capable...
#8
Thanks for all the replies!

ItsAMeChriso
The problem with a lot of 144hz TN monitors are the picture quality and gamma. Did quite a lot of research before I bought mine.
I bought a Viewsonic Xg2401. It doesn't suffer from the gamma problems many other main brands like the BenQ and Acer 144hz and has good picture quality for a TN screen.
This link gives a comprehensive look into the monitors: http://wecravegamestoo.com/forums/monitor-reviews-discussion/15713-best-144hz-monitors.html#post1357728
Pcmonitors.info is also a good site for more reviews and in depth look so you make a good purchase decision.
Happy buying!

Do you have an AMD card for the free sync?

I was looking at Acer Predator XB241H 24" FHD 144Hz G-Sync Monitor but it is quite a bit more than the ones without G-Sync. (£359.98 on Ebuyer at the moment)
#9
No I don't unfortunately as I have a 1060. I didn't really care much about Gsync. It supposed to be good but not another £100 good imo.

Doesn't really matter tbh as I'm still seeing smooth game play nonetheless.

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