Acer XF240H 24-inch Full HD Monitor (TN panel, FreeSync, 144Hz, 1ms, DP, HDMI, DVI, Height adjustable stand) £179.97 @ Amazon Seems good but not too sure
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Acer XF240H 24-inch Full HD Monitor (TN panel, FreeSync, 144Hz, 1ms, DP, HDMI, DVI, Height adjustable stand) £179.97 @ Amazon Seems good but not too sure

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Found 29th May
I'm looking for well priced 144hz 1080p monitor, saw this and thought it was pretty good, however I would like to know any other deals or just better 144hz 1080p monitors than this if anyone knows any. Thanks!
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People will kill it with fire because it's a TN panel but thanks for posting
rev655 s ago

People will kill it with fire because it's a TN panel but thanks for …People will kill it with fire because it's a TN panel but thanks for posting


Nothing wrong with TN, especially if you're not doing colour accuracy work. Although.. +£20 and you could get a 240hz monitor
thegamingkinginfo39 m ago

Nothing wrong with TN, especially if you're not doing colour accuracy …Nothing wrong with TN, especially if you're not doing colour accuracy work. Although.. +£20 and you could get a 240hz monitor



What 144hz monitor would you recommend considering price?
FenixAshes1 h, 35 m ago

What 144hz monitor would you recommend considering price?


If you're up for a cheaper 144hz monitor the perhaps the Acer GN246HLB is a good choice. I've heard some nice things about this. If you can, perhaps the ASUS, BenQ or AOC options are equally as good. I personally have the AOC G2460PF which I find the be fantastic but have used ASUS and BenQ 144hz monitors in the past let me know if I can be of any better assistance
They all have the same specs so what is the difference, is it colour? If so is it worth paying around £50 more for better colour?
FenixAshes32 m ago

They all have the same specs so what is the difference, is it colour? If …They all have the same specs so what is the difference, is it colour? If so is it worth paying around £50 more for better colour?


They're really all the same, the Acer I sent you is more or less the same as the one you posted, apart from the height adjust. If there is any difference in response times, input lag ect. it would be negligible and you wouldn't really tell a difference. As for the other brands, it's really down to your preference. Personally i've not had the best experience with Acer in the past so I would pay a little more for an ASUS, BenQ or AOC but that in no means equate to Acer being a bad brand at all. It's just my own personal perception and from my experience which I hope you understand. All are TN panels, so colours are really no different. If you pay an extra £50 it would simply be for aesthetics rather than function of the monitor.
Thanks for your help
FenixAshes11 h, 50 m ago

Thanks for your help


You're welcome!, Anytime! the monitors you posted are good but at £200 you can also get an Acer 240hz 1080p monitor depending if you want the extra 120 (or so) hz. Personally I like the BenQ since it has height adjustable and prefer the non-glossy bezels. Whereas the AOC for me is slightly odd at 24.5 inch just the way I feel
thegamingkinginfo1 h, 11 m ago

You're welcome!, Anytime! the monitors you posted are good but at £200 … You're welcome!, Anytime! the monitors you posted are good but at £200 you can also get an Acer 240hz 1080p monitor depending if you want the extra 120 (or so) hz. Personally I like the BenQ since it has height adjustable and prefer the non-glossy bezels. Whereas the AOC for me is slightly odd at 24.5 inch just the way I feel


What's it called (the Acer)?
thegamingkinginfo23 m ago

Currently £220 but it goes down very regularly to £199


What about the hp omen 24.5" @144hz for 189.99?
FenixAshes4 h, 15 m ago

What about the hp omen 24.5" @144hz for 189.99?


Also very good, although I'm not keen on the design since it doesn't have Vesa and personally not to my taste it's hard to really get a bad monitor especially when you're at £200, budget ones such as £100 or less are where you should be weary of the quality
If you want to go larger at 27" and aren't bothered about 144hz and height adjust, I highly recommend this monitor I picked up.

Featuring Adaptive-Sync technology (compatible with FreeSync) to eliminate tearing, stuttering and input lag, the 27-inch AOC G2778VQ also boasts a 1ms response time, a 75Hz refresh rate, and Flicker-Free technology, which reduces eye fatigue for a more comfortable viewing.
Edited by: "Jinkz" 31st May
Great for FPS gaming

I have this for BF1 use it daily, colours a bit crap but the frame rate is excellent

Only minor annoyance is that it auto-cycling of the source cannot be turned off
rev629th May

People will kill it with fire because it's a TN panel but thanks for …People will kill it with fire because it's a TN panel but thanks for posting


I bought one from the dell offer... For gaming.. faultless.. but for work up can see the colour shift.

Looks like I'm gonna have to keep the old monitor for photography!
thegamingkinginfo29th May

If you're up for a cheaper 144hz monitor the perhaps the Acer GN246HLB is …If you're up for a cheaper 144hz monitor the perhaps the Acer GN246HLB is a good choice. I've heard some nice things about this. If you can, perhaps the ASUS, BenQ or AOC options are equally as good. I personally have the AOC G2460PF which I find the be fantastic but have used ASUS and BenQ 144hz monitors in the past let me know if I can be of any better assistance


Hey man could you help me out on a few things. I'm planning on buying a proper gaming PC soon and I don't know what sort of peripherals I should get Many Thanks
Kristen233 h, 2 m ago

Hey man could you help me out on a few things. I'm planning on buying a …Hey man could you help me out on a few things. I'm planning on buying a proper gaming PC soon and I don't know what sort of peripherals I should get Many Thanks


Sure can! glad to hear more people getting into PC gaming! When you mean what peripherals do you mean what type or what brand/model of peripherals?
thegamingkinginfo3 h, 24 m ago

Sure can! glad to hear more people getting into PC gaming! When you …Sure can! glad to hear more people getting into PC gaming! When you mean what peripherals do you mean what type or what brand/model of peripherals?


Lmao I've been into PC gaming for a while, I'm just overwhelmed by the amount of choice there is when it comes to monitors and the like. I'm not sure whether to get a ultrawide or a 144Hz monitor or one that does both. Is there a way you can PM me?
Kristen2312 h, 50 m ago

Lmao I've been into PC gaming for a while, I'm just overwhelmed by the …Lmao I've been into PC gaming for a while, I'm just overwhelmed by the amount of choice there is when it comes to monitors and the like. I'm not sure whether to get a ultrawide or a 144Hz monitor or one that does both. Is there a way you can PM me?


Ohh right there is definitely a large choice out there in the market. I can PM you but i'll be very busy up until 18th June unfortunately Personally I would suggest getting 144Hz for gaming, Ultrawide for productivity and a mix of both is possible.
This is down to £159 now.

Worth a punt?
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