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AOC 24G2U/BK 23.8" FHD IPS 144Hz 1ms Speakers Gaming Monitor £163.86 with code at CCL Computers Ebay
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AOC 24G2U/BK 23.8" FHD IPS 144Hz 1ms Speakers Gaming Monitor £163.86 with code at CCL Computers Ebay

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Posted 5th Feb

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Nice design, fast response, 144Hz IPS screen monitor at a reasonable price.

KEY FEATURES
  • 23.8" Display
  • IPS Panel
  • Full HD 1920x1080 Resolution
  • AMD FreeSync
  • 1ms Response Time
  • 144Hz Refresh Rate
  • HDMI/DisplayPort/USB Connectivity
  • 2W Built-in Speakers
  • Height Adjustable
  • Headphone Socket
  • 100x100mm VESA Mountable
  • 16:9 Aspect Ratio
  • 250 cd/m² Brightness
  • 1000:1 Contrast Ratio
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My son purchased this last week to complete his gaming rig,he seems very satisfied with it and at a glance I think the colours myself are really good, I did ask him what he thinks to it and his reply is 'it's alright'. This is high praise from him rather than his usual responsive grunt!
Heat from me. I bought the 27” variant before Christmas and once I downloaded the windows colour profile from aoc website it blew me away how good it was for a monitor under 200 quid
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Heat from me. I bought the 27” variant before Christmas and once I downloaded the windows colour profile from aoc website it blew me away how good it was for a monitor under 200 quid
Heat from me too. I was literally about to buy this from Amazon or CCL.
Many thanks,
My son purchased this last week to complete his gaming rig,he seems very satisfied with it and at a glance I think the colours myself are really good, I did ask him what he thinks to it and his reply is 'it's alright'. This is high praise from him rather than his usual responsive grunt!
I just know there will be a 20% off code now that Ive bought one while ago.
Excellent spot OP! I was looking at purchasing this last week but held off just in case a deal popped up, great timing

This is a decent review on this monitor that helped me pick a budget gaming option, just in case others are interested:
rockpapershotgun.com/201…ew/
This was delivered last week after a two month delay. A great Xmas present to myself. Really pleased with it. I get 85fps at 144Hz from an Nvidia GTX 1600 on Far Cry New Dawn.
jheales05/02/2020 14:58

This was delivered last week after a two month delay. A great Xmas …This was delivered last week after a two month delay. A great Xmas present to myself. Really pleased with it. I get 85fps at 144Hz from an Nvidia GTX 1600 on Far Cry New Dawn.


So you are seeing 85Hz, unless you haven't turned Freesync/Gsync Compatible on in which case you get screen tearing!
Edited by: "marteee" 5th Feb
Is there any point in a 144Hz monitor if I'm only getting 70 or so FPS?

For the most part I only play PUBG on a GTX 1060 6GB so not sure if I'd get any benefit?
konkywonky05/02/2020 17:22

Is there any point in a 144Hz monitor if I'm only getting 70 or so FPS? …Is there any point in a 144Hz monitor if I'm only getting 70 or so FPS? For the most part I only play PUBG on a GTX 1060 6GB so not sure if I'd get any benefit?


Theres still a good argument for variable refresh rate but the effect is lessened if you're not pushing 110-120fps from my (objective) experience. 144Hz is a good value spot for me, the step up to 240Hz is much less impactful and obviously you need much better hardware to push those frame rates (without compromiosing to much on graphical quality)
got this monitor and its great, the colours really pop and make my games look Soo much better than my 144hz TN. bear in mind it is not 1ms GTG, its around 4ms
so is this G-sync compatible?
Moss8705/02/2020 23:10

so is this G-sync compatible?


Not officially, but reviews say it works fine.
konkywonky05/02/2020 17:22

Is there any point in a 144Hz monitor if I'm only getting 70 or so FPS? …Is there any point in a 144Hz monitor if I'm only getting 70 or so FPS? For the most part I only play PUBG on a GTX 1060 6GB so not sure if I'd get any benefit?


zero point, limit your fps to 60 as well.

only plus is looks nicer for browsing and navigating in windows
marteee05/02/2020 15:32

So you are seeing 85Hz, unless you haven't turned Freesync/Gsync …So you are seeing 85Hz, unless you haven't turned Freesync/Gsync Compatible on in which case you get screen tearing!


He is on far cry new dawn and you need some good hardware to push that game so he’d probably also be using the monitor for more competitive games in which he could make full use of the monitor.
Had this since it came out in the UK, really great colours are on point, resolution is good, has a usb hub and IPS and 144hz are awesome
I've got a Vega 56 and Ryzen 5 2600

Is 1440p 144hz/fps reasonable?

Currently got a 1080p 75hz.
ArcAndPie06/02/2020 08:34

I've got a Vega 56 and Ryzen 5 2600Is 1440p 144hz/fps reasonable?Currently …I've got a Vega 56 and Ryzen 5 2600Is 1440p 144hz/fps reasonable?Currently got a 1080p 75hz.


It would depend on the game, i had a similar set up a couple of years ago i would say you will benefit from the resolution and partially benefit from the 144hz but u will likely cap out at around 100 on most games, some you will smash that FPS CSGO for example
marteee05/02/2020 15:32

So you are seeing 85Hz, unless you haven't turned Freesync/Gsync …So you are seeing 85Hz, unless you haven't turned Freesync/Gsync Compatible on in which case you get screen tearing!


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I bought one as well, you can't get a better deal for an IPS panel with 144Hz.

The IPS panel is much better than any VA or TN panel you get at this price point, the response time is pretty good, the speakers aren't great but it's a great plus, the build quality is decent and I find the monitor's menus pretty efficient.

There isn't a USB hub cable included for some reason, even though they include both a HDMI and a D-port cable....
Heat from me. Can't recommend this monitor enough.
really good monitor and I have this. The ips is great, and it is tough to find the ips glow in the bottom right unless you intentionally look for it. Got it for 165 when it first came out a few months back.
Heat added.
Even if you can only push 60fps it's still worth it purely for freesync/gsync.

So many people seem to underestimate the huge gains in responsiveness you get whilst having no screen tear or stutter.

Its pretty much impossible for me to go back to playing on a console or non-adaptive sync screen now. Ditto for the refresh rate. I can't even bring myself to get rid of my OnePlus 7 Pro due to the 90hz screen, despite the phone itself being a steaming turd.
ImperialWookie06/02/2020 11:00

Even if you can only push 60fps it's still worth it purely for …Even if you can only push 60fps it's still worth it purely for freesync/gsync. So many people seem to underestimate the huge gains in responsiveness you get whilst having no screen tear or stutter.Its pretty much impossible for me to go back to playing on a console or non-adaptive sync screen now. Ditto for the refresh rate. I can't even bring myself to get rid of my OnePlus 7 Pro due to the 90hz screen, despite the phone itself being a steaming turd.


Loving the 7T
Bought one on release, best in class
konkywonky05/02/2020 17:22

Is there any point in a 144Hz monitor if I'm only getting 70 or so FPS? …Is there any point in a 144Hz monitor if I'm only getting 70 or so FPS? For the most part I only play PUBG on a GTX 1060 6GB so not sure if I'd get any benefit?


I used to get 100 or so fps on pubg on my gtx 970 so a 1060 will be fine. Also going 144hz is a a great benefit, so if you have the money definitely spend on 144
ashley.nelson05/02/2020 12:35

Heat from me. I bought the 27” variant before Christmas and once I d …Heat from me. I bought the 27” variant before Christmas and once I downloaded the windows colour profile from aoc website it blew me away how good it was for a monitor under 200 quid


27" at 1080p can't be that good
ArcAndPie06/02/2020 08:34

I've got a Vega 56 and Ryzen 5 2600Is 1440p 144hz/fps reasonable?Currently …I've got a Vega 56 and Ryzen 5 2600Is 1440p 144hz/fps reasonable?Currently got a 1080p 75hz.


You can do well in most esports, a vega 56 is pretty much on par with a 1070. You won't have to worry much, this will do well 1080p
Joseph_2JR06/02/2020 11:39

27" at 1080p can't be that good


Oh look another I can see every pixel at 27” 1080p idiot. Look at a pixel pitch calculator and stop jumping on a bandwagon that is wrong.
ImperialWookie06/02/2020 11:00

Even if you can only push 60fps it's still worth it purely for …Even if you can only push 60fps it's still worth it purely for freesync/gsync. So many people seem to underestimate the huge gains in responsiveness you get whilst having no screen tear or stutter.Its pretty much impossible for me to go back to playing on a console or non-adaptive sync screen now. Ditto for the refresh rate. I can't even bring myself to get rid of my OnePlus 7 Pro due to the 90hz screen, despite the phone itself being a steaming turd.


People are underestimating what their hardware can do on a 144hz screen. If you want to spend money on your set up, the monitor is really important to spend on imo because in the end that's where you "see" all your performance.

Even if you have a gtx 970/rx 580 equivalent I would recommend a 144hz screen. Especially if you mostly play esports titles.
Is this the same one?

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Jacinto_Fernandes06/02/2020 11:37

I used to get 100 or so fps on pubg on my gtx 970 so a 1060 will be fine. …I used to get 100 or so fps on pubg on my gtx 970 so a 1060 will be fine. Also going 144hz is a a great benefit, so if you have the money definitely spend on 144


Not sure how you are getting those sort of figures, I've got to overclock to get 65-70 FPS which is what the benchmarks show as standard for the card. The benchmarks show the GTX 970 capable of around 63 FPS.

It's probably the worst optimised game out there at the moment.
konkywonky06/02/2020 12:28

Not sure how you are getting those sort of figures, I've got to overclock …Not sure how you are getting those sort of figures, I've got to overclock to get 65-70 FPS which is what the benchmarks show as standard for the card. The benchmarks show the GTX 970 capable of around 63 FPS.It's probably the worst optimised game out there at the moment.


It is the worst optimised game I've played too, but with an i5 6400 I had got around 80-100fps in 2018. Note that I'm not playing at ultra, more medium to high settings because while playing competitive titles I care more about frames
Amy_199306/02/2020 12:31

Is the difference worth the extra money? Thanks!


Easily but only if you can afford to spend it.
Jacinto_Fernandes06/02/2020 12:30

It is the worst optimised game I've played too, but with an i5 6400 I had …It is the worst optimised game I've played too, but with an i5 6400 I had got around 80-100fps in 2018. Note that I'm not playing at ultra, more medium to high settings because while playing competitive titles I care more about frames


Lots of updates since 2018, optimisation has been hammered as a result.
ImperialWookie06/02/2020 11:00

Even if you can only push 60fps it's still worth it purely for …Even if you can only push 60fps it's still worth it purely for freesync/gsync. So many people seem to underestimate the huge gains in responsiveness you get whilst having no screen tear or stutter.Its pretty much impossible for me to go back to playing on a console or non-adaptive sync screen now. Ditto for the refresh rate. I can't even bring myself to get rid of my OnePlus 7 Pro due to the 90hz screen, despite the phone itself being a steaming turd.



Yep, adaptive sync is brilliant and with very few exceptions you need a high refresh rate monitor to fully take advantage of it via LFC. My monitor does 48-75Hz (bought it before Nvidia opened up Freesync, so it wasn't even a consideration at the time) and I still wish I had 144Hz so that I could forget about tearing/stutter altogether.
konkywonky06/02/2020 12:36

Lots of updates since 2018, optimisation has been hammered as a result.


Are we playing the same game?
Looks good. However am I correct in saying that a geforce 980ti wouldn't be able to take advantage of the freesync/gsync compatability?
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