Used AOC G2460VQ6 24" Freesync 1920 x 1080, 75 Hz, 1ms Monitor £89.19 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Used AOC G2460VQ6 24" Freesync 1920 x 1080, 75 Hz, 1ms Monitor £89.19 @ Amazon

£89.19 @ Amazon
Used - Very good item that discounts from 111.49 to 89.19 automatically with Amazon warehouse spring clearance. Good monitor that is £128 new. I recently just bought a item classed as very good and… Read More
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2w, 14h agoFound 2 weeks, 14 hours ago
Used - Very good item that discounts from 111.49 to 89.19 automatically with Amazon warehouse spring clearance.

Good monitor that is £128 new. I recently just bought a item classed as very good and it look brand new (RX460 Sapphire Nitro OC)

FullHD Monitor with 1ms latency.
Would pair well with a budget rig that use an AMD card capable of freesync . Also the bonus of 75hz over 60.
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#1
I can recommend this; been using it for about a year and a half. It pairs well with my 290, and would be equally good with the 470/480.
#2
Decent enough price, also I think it's worth mentioning it's states it's a 75hz monitor but if it's the same senerio as the monitor I bought it's some what misleading as you only get 60hz in full HD it's only 75hz in 720 or below I'm guessing this is pretty standard for most these monitors advertising at 75hz unfortunately. I made that mistake but still ok
#3
This monitor supports 1080p at 75hx
1 Like #4
Rossl3r
This monitor supports 1080p at 75hx

OK fair enough just thought I'd mention it as I've made that mistake and it seems pretty standard to do this with 75hz monitors even though it's not 75hz in full resolution. Just a heads up
#5
ah waiting on the 144hz to go down in price
#6
Back up to £111 used.
#7
great for free sync! I havw an aoc 1080p 23" ips and awesome pic just wish was freesync
#8
carphead
Back up to £111 used.
you tried adding it and going to checkout, you forgot about the 20% discount, still showing 89.19
you never read the OP :
Used - Very good item that discounts from 111.49 to 89.19 automatically with Amazon warehouse spring clearance.


Edited By: REAL_DEAL on May 10, 2017 09:40
1 Like #9
Gottograbthemall
Decent enough price, also I think it's worth mentioning it's states it's a 75hz monitor but if it's the same senerio as the monitor I bought it's some what misleading as you only get 60hz in full HD it's only 75hz in 720 or below I'm guessing this is pretty standard for most these monitors advertising at 75hz unfortunately. I made that mistake but still ok

I own this display at its 75Hz and the freesync range is 30-70FPS I used to use it with a RX 470 and it worked great only thing to note with both AMD/Nvidia cards is sometimes new display drivers default the display to 60Hz so have to flip it back in Windows.
#10
datalossfs
Gottograbthemall
Decent enough price, also I think it's worth mentioning it's states it's a 75hz monitor but if it's the same senerio as the monitor I bought it's some what misleading as you only get 60hz in full HD it's only 75hz in 720 or below I'm guessing this is pretty standard for most these monitors advertising at 75hz unfortunately. I made that mistake but still ok

I own this display at its 75Hz and the freesync range is 30-70FPS I used to use it with a RX 470 and it worked great only thing to note with both AMD/Nvidia cards is sometimes new display drivers default the display to 60Hz so have to flip it back in Windows.


Thanks for the heads up. Going to grab one. i remember a video on YouTube about setting the frame rates to not exceed the freesync limit so I'll cap mine to 60fps to keep the 70hz.
#11
This or the I2481FXH for the office to connect to my Macbook Pro 2010? Any ideas peeps?
#12
Gottograbthemall
Decent enough price, also I think it's worth mentioning it's states it's a 75hz monitor but if it's the same senerio as the monitor I bought it's some what misleading as you only get 60hz in full HD it's only 75hz in 720 or below I'm guessing this is pretty standard for most these monitors advertising at 75hz unfortunately. I made that mistake but still ok

At this price you could take the chance and just overclock it. My Aoc (different) monitor overclocks to 80Hz and has been like that for over a year without any issues.
#13
Would this be better?
Acer 24" GF246
#14
eraldo
Gottograbthemall
Decent enough price, also I think it's worth mentioning it's states it's a 75hz monitor but if it's the same senerio as the monitor I bought it's some what misleading as you only get 60hz in full HD it's only 75hz in 720 or below I'm guessing this is pretty standard for most these monitors advertising at 75hz unfortunately. I made that mistake but still ok
At this price you could take the chance and just overclock it. My Aoc (different) monitor overclocks to 80Hz and has been like that for over a year without any issues.

Yeah I bought a slightly more expensive monitor wasn't this one but made that mistake. Tbh it's all brand new with all 7th gen parts and pretty new to pc's just barely built it myself so don't want to mess around with it and not that big of a pc gamer to warrant the time reading up on it only for the kids. Will do when it starts to show its age though and try to squeeze all that extra juice out of the components
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1 Like #16
jmax1
Would this be better?
Acer 24" GF246

Ha just so happens that's the monitor I have got and was on about, I must say though I paid £120 or a bit more can't remember a few months ago. Apart from the the 60hz issue I can't fault the picture it's a pretty sweet monitor for the games I've played just cause 3 rocket league, resident evil 7 ect.. I only ever noticed any screen tearing on lego world's when doing 360 turns on a loop and that could have been a bit of bottlenecking on my part as my cpu is not good enough for the rx480 I have. Hell for that price I might buy another for dual when working

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