AOC G2460Pf Full HD 24" LED Gaming Monitor £179.98 Currys
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AOC G2460Pf Full HD 24" LED Gaming Monitor £179.98 Currys

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Found 20th Jul
This is a decent monitor for the price! Includes free delivery and Curry's warranty.

The G2460Pf boasts a 24" Full HD LED display to allow you to fully immerse yourself in your gaming experience with beautifully sharp graphics. The backlighting also enable you to play for longer without straining your eyes.

With a super fast response time of 1 ms, you can be confident that the monitor will keep up with your gaming, no matter how fast or furiously you play.

The monitor is height adjustable to allow you to find the ideal position to allow you to game in comfort for as long as you desire.

There are also built in speakers so you can enjoy the soundtrack to your gaming experience without the need to connect external speakers.

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At this price, you're into 1440p territory (though not 144Hz). I'd be interested hear peoples views on this screen vs something like a 24" Lenovo 1440p IPS 75Hz screen for £162...

lenovo.com/gb/…3UK

I know which one i'd go for.

*edit* Gah! The Lenovo has a non-height adjustable stand and no VESA mount, now i'm not so sure...
Edited by: "Berwhale" 20th Jul
Berwhale20th Jul

At this price, you're into 1440p territory (though not 144Hz). I'd be …At this price, you're into 1440p territory (though not 144Hz). I'd be interested hear peoples views on this screen vs something like a 24" Lenovo 1440p IPS 75Hz screen for £162...https://www.lenovo.com/gb/en/accessories-and-monitors/monitors/home/L24q-10-23-8inch-QHD-MonitorHDMI+DP/p/65CFGAC3UKI know which one i'd go for.*edit* Gah! The Lenovo has a non-height adjustable stand and no VESA mount, now i'm not so sure...


I personally would always take 144hz 1080p over a 60hz 1440p monitor
gingepeedle15 m ago

I personally would always take 144hz 1080p over a 60hz 1440p monitor


No doubt, couldnt go back to 60hz now.
Berwhale20th Jul

At this price, you're into 1440p territory (though not 144Hz). I'd be …At this price, you're into 1440p territory (though not 144Hz). I'd be interested hear peoples views on this screen vs something like a 24" Lenovo 1440p IPS 75Hz screen for £162...https://www.lenovo.com/gb/en/accessories-and-monitors/monitors/home/L24q-10-23-8inch-QHD-MonitorHDMI+DP/p/65CFGAC3UKI know which one i'd go for.*edit* Gah! The Lenovo has a non-height adjustable stand and no VESA mount, now i'm not so sure...


That's 60 Hz, not 75. It depends whether you prefer better visuals or more fluid visuals. Generally most people tend to go for the 27" option for 1440p to appreciate it more. Personally I've only tried 90Hz, 1440p and IPS and wasn't as impressed as much as others hyped those things up, can't say whether I'd be more impressed with a higher refresh rate. Though overall not much impresses me in the first place.
Would an Xbox s gameplay benefit from this over a 60hz TV?
At this price point I'd rather get the MSI Optix 24" G24C which not only has 144hz but also has a VA panel for just £20 extra on scan : scan.co.uk/pro…-dp
Edited by moderator: "trimmed link" 22nd Jul
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