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AOC C24G1 23.6" Full HD LED 144Hz Curved Monitor CCL Online - £182.99
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AOC C24G1 23.6" Full HD LED 144Hz Curved Monitor CCL Online - £182.99

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Posted 14th Apr

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Fancied upgrading from my 60Hz. Not bad I think. £205 on Amazon. So checked CCL its £182.99 with saver delivery. Tried other sites but no free delivery.

  • 1920 x 1080 Full HD Resolution
  • Lightning 1ms Response Time
  • 250cd/m2 Brightness
  • 144Hz Refresh Rate
  • FreeSync Support
  • Inputs: VGA, HDMI and Display Port

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Perfect size. Thanks
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Too small. Next
Perfect size. Thanks
navisoul0214/04/2020 14:03

Too small. Next


Perfect for FPS shooters, but can agree that for anything slower-paced, a 27" upwards is a better shout for most.
How curvy are we talking here? Would it be a big adjustment compared to a flat monitor?
The 27” and 32” version has been around this price before so I think I’ll hold out for that. At 24” I still its a great monitor, if I didn’t want a bigger size I’d go for this.
polo5314/04/2020 14:21

Perfect for FPS shooters, but can agree that for anything slower-paced, a …Perfect for FPS shooters, but can agree that for anything slower-paced, a 27" upwards is a better shout for most.


But then people complain that 27" is no good for 1080p...
I don't go over 24" for gaming 😄
PsillyPseudonym14/04/2020 15:21

But then people complain that 27" is no good for 1080p...


People will complain at anything!

To be fair, 1080p at 27" has seemed fine to me, but then again I can see the difference 1440p makes. Each to their own.
good spec for gaming , but if you go up to 27inch you need to be higher than 1920x1080 and then want anything 144-240Hz and you start paying big bucks .
worth pointing this is a VA panel.
I paid £268 for a pair of these just before Christmas (and they have been cheaper than that so if you're not in a rush it might be worth hanging on). Even though they came as a pair, the colour gamuts are different and no amount of tweakery or AOC support managed to fix it. Independently I'm sure they would be fine but as a side-by-side pair it's irritating.
Edited by: "Dilbert" 14th Apr
Dilbert14/04/2020 16:53

I paid £268 for a pair of these just before Christmas (and they have been …I paid £268 for a pair of these just before Christmas (and they have been cheaper than that so if you're not in a rush it might be worth hanging on). Even though they came as a pair, the colour gamuts are different and no amount of tweakery or AOC support managed to fix it. Independently I'm sure they would be fine but as a side-by-side pair it's irritating.


I have two factory calibrated Dell Ultrasharps and theyre the same, one is paper white, the other yellowish and nothing gets them matching. It seems to be down to the input type too, i.e if I swap the DP/HDMI over the profiles change again
marteee14/04/2020 17:22

I have two factory calibrated Dell Ultrasharps and theyre the same, one is …I have two factory calibrated Dell Ultrasharps and theyre the same, one is paper white, the other yellowish and nothing gets them matching. It seems to be down to the input type too, i.e if I swap the DP/HDMI over the profiles change again


Same here. Look at each individually and white is white. Side by side one looks yellow. 😩
Big review for you all.
pcmonitors.info/rev…g1/

Is it not £184.49 on Amazon?
Edited by: "Cobray" 15th Apr
Cobray15/04/2020 13:42

Big review for you all.https://pcmonitors.info/reviews/aoc-c24g1/Is it not …Big review for you all.https://pcmonitors.info/reviews/aoc-c24g1/Is it not £184.49 on Amazon?


It was aye..
A bit of advice please. I have a GTX 1060 laptop with 16mb RAM and i7 processor. Realistically would I be better with 1920x1080 1ms monitor that's compatible with G-Sync or taking the hit and lumping out for a LG 850?
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