iiyama 24" G-Master Black Hawk 1ms Gaming Monitor £116.99 / £121.78 collect from local shops del @ Scan - HotUKDeals
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iiyama 24" G-Master Black Hawk 1ms Gaming Monitor £116.99 / £121.78 collect from local shops del @ Scan

£116.99 @ Scan
Delivery charge applies, starts from around the £10 mark I think. Personally not heard of this make so might put people off but if you're after a 24 inch monitor for a cheap price. The 27 inch has som… Read More
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6m, 3d agoFound 6 months, 3 days ago
Delivery charge applies, starts from around the £10 mark I think. Personally not heard of this make so might put people off but if you're after a 24 inch monitor for a cheap price. The 27 inch has some good reviews though.
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#1
£4.79 Collect from a local store(UPS Stores, Collect your parcel from your newsagents, petrol stations and convenience), £11.50 DPD home delivery

Edited By: nathan3007 on Jan 19, 2017 18:26
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In my day iiyama always were a top quality monitor manufacturer Dan (obviously in all things, it depends upon the model chosen); but certainly a very well known make, which I'm still using today.

Edited By: Sunrayho on Jan 19, 2017 22:53: d
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I owned an iiyama syncmaster crt in the late 90s. it was the Rolls Royce of monitors, cost me over 500 quid. Not sure about their latest monitors but you can be assured that they are not an unknown brand.
1 Like #5
Hot added. top quality monitor maker. Having two of their monitors in house at the mo
#6
Use these at work a lot and they are great, my only gripe is the lack of height adjustment. But for the price this is great deal.
#7
Yeah they used to be the ultimate CRT monitor but I think they may not make their LCD monitors, there was certainly a time several years ago where Philips and iiyama monitors were the same.
#8
timefortea
I owned an iiyama syncmaster crt in the late 90s. it was the Rolls Royce of monitors, cost me over 500 quid. Not sure about their latest monitors but you can be assured that they are not an unknown brand.


Same here. Superb CRT monitors. No idea these days, but they're certainly not a new name. Monitor gets good reviews at higher prices.
#9
I'm also in the market for a new monitor around the 24" size. There's lots of choices though even lots more cheaper on Scans site. Any recommendations would be appreciated.
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Only has a 55 - 75hz freesync range on a TN panel. You'd be better off with a 23" IPS display at the circa £120 price point. I wouldn't say this deal was cold... simply lukewarm :p
#11
Can someone please explain if this would be best monitor to pair with gtx 980?
#12
davidbrent
Can someone please explain if this would be best monitor to pair with gtx 980?
Its a good monitor , its just you won't get the added benefit of freesync as you have a Nvidia card (g-sync monitors Are about £70-£100 more.)

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