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AOC 24G2U/BK 23.8 inch LED IPS 144Hz 1ms Gaming Monitor - Full HD, 1ms, Speakers - £166.49 @ CCL Ebay
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AOC 24G2U/BK 23.8 inch LED IPS 144Hz 1ms Gaming Monitor - Full HD, 1ms, Speakers - £166.49 @ CCL Ebay

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Posted 1st Nov

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  • 3322158.jpg1920 x 1080 Full HD Resolution
  • 3322158.jpgLightning 1ms Response Time
  • 3322158.jpg250cd/m2 Brightness
  • 3322158.jpgIPS Panel
  • 3322158.jpgBuilt-in Speakers
  • 3322158.jpgVESA Mount Support
  • 3322158.jpgHeight Adjustable
  • 3322158.jpg144Hz Refresh Rate
  • 3322158.jpgFreeSync Support
  • 3322158.jpgInputs: HDMI and Display Port

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CBeems01/11/2019 15:41

Great deal, this is big for a 1080p monitor mind. If you want to play …Great deal, this is big for a 1080p monitor mind. If you want to play competitive esport type titles it's also a big unless you plan to sit far away. My 24" monitor that is basically the same as this is just pushing the limits of what I can take in all at once. Also, I'm very happy with my AOC monitor, I would prefer the colours to be a little more accurate but I was after 144Hz and that is what I got.


How close are you sitting that a 24" monitor is too big?!?
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This is my first deal posted, so excuse me if not everything is perfect.

I just bought the monitor using the code and I think £166 for 144Hz IPS monitor is very good and wanted to share it.

Deal valid till midnight today (1st of Nov 2019)
Price seems to be £169.99 - £185 in most other places. But seems to get good reviews on a multitude of websites. So have some heat
First deal not bad have some HEAT
Are you going to be using it with an Nvidia card ? Would be interested in hearing how well Freesync works.
SoldSurvivor01/11/2019 14:57

Are you going to be using it with an Nvidia card ? Would be interested in …Are you going to be using it with an Nvidia card ? Would be interested in hearing how well Freesync works.


I am planning to use it with with a new pc I will bulld (probably AMD 5700 video), but here you can see a review of it ( I believe used with Nvidia video) :
Hmm tempting, but black Friday literal round the corner
DealDog01/11/2019 15:25

Hmm tempting, but black Friday literal round the corner


Im tempted, but think I'll hold off too - Ideally wanting a 1440p 144hz
Great deal, this is big for a 1080p monitor mind. If you want to play competitive esport type titles it's also a big unless you plan to sit far away. My 24" monitor that is basically the same as this is just pushing the limits of what I can take in all at once. Also, I'm very happy with my AOC monitor, I would prefer the colours to be a little more accurate but I was after 144Hz and that is what I got.
Edited by: "CBeems" 1st Nov
CBeems01/11/2019 15:41

Great deal, this is big for a 1080p monitor mind. If you want to play …Great deal, this is big for a 1080p monitor mind. If you want to play competitive esport type titles it's also a big unless you plan to sit far away. My 24" monitor that is basically the same as this is just pushing the limits of what I can take in all at once. Also, I'm very happy with my AOC monitor, I would prefer the colours to be a little more accurate but I was after 144Hz and that is what I got.


How close are you sitting that a 24" monitor is too big?!?
marteee01/11/2019 16:04

How close are you sitting that a 24" monitor is too big?!?


Ditto. 24 inch is the perfect size IMO for a 1080p monitor. 1440p for 27 inch and 4k 32+ inch IMO.

Obviously you can choose whatever resolution you like at whatever size but I just think those are the ideal combos.
Edited by: "themanwithapc" 1st Nov
marteee01/11/2019 16:04

How close are you sitting that a 24" monitor is too big?!?


Sorry - too big for 1080p. The size is almost too big for competitive gaming.
CBeems01/11/2019 16:27

Sorry - too big for 1080p. The size is almost too big for competitive …Sorry - too big for 1080p. The size is almost too big for competitive gaming.


uuuh, what
If you look at pictures of this it has what looks like a vga port, but none of the specifications ever mention it?
TheChickenAdobo01/11/2019 16:41

uuuh, what


The closer you are to a screen the higher resolution it needs to be to look good. My monitor which is almost identical to the one in the deal does not look as high resolution as the monitor I have sat to its left which is also 1080 but also just over 3" smaller.

Ideally, I'd make my monitor (similar to the deal) 1440p and I'd make it more colour accurate.

Looks like you knew that though, so if it's the gaming bit, if I had a larger screen I'd be turning my head.
Edited by: "CBeems" 1st Nov
CBeems01/11/2019 16:27

Sorry - too big for 1080p. The size is almost too big for competitive …Sorry - too big for 1080p. The size is almost too big for competitive gaming.


!!!
garybb01/11/2019 16:55

!!!


Another one of you. You want to use some more words or just put emojis?
TheChickenAdobo01/11/2019 16:41

uuuh, what


Yerh you won't see any csgo players playing on anything bigger than a 24inch
CBeems01/11/2019 16:56

Another one of you. You want to use some more words or just put emojis?


24" 1080p to BIG this makes no sense.
garybb01/11/2019 17:04

24" 1080p to BIG this makes no sense.


What don't you understand? Would a TV of 60" look better at 4k or 720?

Would there be a similarly noticeable difference between two phone screens at those resolutions?

One can see a difference. Is the difference important? I'd say smaller than 24", on a desk, 1080p is fine. Personally I'd rather a 1440p screen.

Hope that makes sense for you now.
Edited by: "CBeems" 1st Nov
CBeems01/11/2019 17:09

What don't you understand? Would a TV of 60" look better at 4k or 720? …What don't you understand? Would a TV of 60" look better at 4k or 720? Would there be a similarly noticeable difference between two phone screens at those resolutions?One can see a difference. Is the difference important? I'd say smaller than 24", on a desk, 1080p is fine. Personally I'd rather a 1440p screen.Hope that makes sense for you now.


24" 1080p is the most common used screen size. There is no way that this size of screen is to big that all i was pointing out and i think everyone who is a PC gamer will say the same.
garybb01/11/2019 17:16

24" 1080p is the most common used screen size. There is no way that this …24" 1080p is the most common used screen size. There is no way that this size of screen is to big that all i was pointing out and i think everyone who is a PC gamer will say the same.


Almost too big. That's all I said.
CBeems, do you even game on a PC? :P
almost all streamers and pro gamers use this size monitor. 24” 1080p @ 144hz is the ideal for any gaming setup!
Can you set these monitors back down to 60hz? My main PC only has intel graphics whilst I upgrade to a gaming rig, so probably can't handle 144fps, or does it work some other way?
Zek04/11/2019 11:43

Can you set these monitors back down to 60hz? My main PC only has intel …Can you set these monitors back down to 60hz? My main PC only has intel graphics whilst I upgrade to a gaming rig, so probably can't handle 144fps, or does it work some other way?


Yes, just in your display properties
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