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24" 4K Monitor £229.98 @ Ebuyer
24" 4K Monitor £229.98 @ Ebuyer

24" 4K Monitor £229.98 @ Ebuyer

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The 6ms response time is what made me post this tbh.

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It's a decent price but 4K resolution on a 24" monitor seems overkill. I'd be looking at 27" minimum for that resolution and even then I doubt I'd get the absolute best of the resolution. Obviously viewing distance is an important factor.

If your planning on using it for gaming don't bother unless you can afford a £600 gtx 1080. 1440p would be a wiser choice. Good price for general use.

Leonintelex

If your planning on using it for gaming don't bother unless you can … If your planning on using it for gaming don't bother unless you can afford a £600 gtx 1080. 1440p would be a wiser choice. Good price for general use.



*gaming at native resolution, rendering the game at 1080p then upscaling would be just fine, although no better than a 1080p display.

I run a UHD monitor at 2560x1440 to fit in with my other monitors for instance.

Get a Hisense 4k 40 inch for 250 instead

are uhd monitors all hdr ready?

CampGareth

*gaming at native resolution, rendering the game at 1080p then upscaling … *gaming at native resolution, rendering the game at 1080p then upscaling would be just fine, although no better than a 1080p display.I run a UHD monitor at 2560x1440 to fit in with my other monitors for instance.



​1440p on a 4K native screen. What a waste of pixels.

captainjon

Get a Hisense 4k 40 inch for 250 instead



​Sold out ages ago

Hang on, isn't this the same as the acer 24" we got a few months ago from scan/ebuyer for £160?

stuartturrell

are uhd monitors all hdr ready?



This article, if correct (from September) states no HDR monitors are available at all.

Only a 60Hz refresh rate...

Is this suitable for gaming using a high-end (top GPU) PC?

Not for high-end gaming imo because of 60hz and 6ms refresh.
As mentioned you'd better having a 2560x1440 resolution (which needs only a GTX 1070 as opposed to the GTX 1080 needed to run 4K) with 100hz+ (ideally 144hz) with 1ms refresh.

loiterer

Is this suitable for gaming using a high-end (top GPU) PC?



The 6ms might be an issue, and I would say for a 24" monitor you ought to go with 1440p. If it was a 27" or 32" then the argument for 4k is stronger. 60hz probably isn't an issue given the struggle you will have getting significantly more than 60fps on anything worthy of a high end rig. Not sure there are any 4k monitors above 60hz anyway?

TomScrut

The 6ms might be an issue, and I would say for a 24" monitor you ought to … The 6ms might be an issue, and I would say for a 24" monitor you ought to go with 1440p. If it was a 27" or 32" then the argument for 4k is stronger. 60hz probably isn't an issue given the struggle you will have getting significantly more than 60fps on anything worthy of a high end rig. Not sure there are any 4k monitors above 60hz anyway?



Cheers.

BaronFanhope

Not for high-end gaming imo because of 60hz and 6ms refresh.As mentioned … Not for high-end gaming imo because of 60hz and 6ms refresh.As mentioned you'd better having a 2560x1440 resolution (which needs only a GTX 1070 as opposed to the GTX 1080 needed to run 4K) with 100hz+ (ideally 144hz) with 1ms refresh.


1070 can handle 4k. I have one, running 4k no issue
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