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AOC G2590FX 24.5" Widescreen 144Hz TN LED Gaming Monitor (1920x1080/1ms/VGA/DP/HDMI) - £174.95 @ Amazon
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AOC G2590FX 24.5" Widescreen 144Hz TN LED Gaming Monitor (1920x1080/1ms/VGA/DP/HDMI) - £174.95 @ Amazon

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Posted 23rd Nov 2019Edited by:"Rich_The_Fish"

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AOC 25" G2590FX

Features:
24.5" display in full HD (1920x1080) with frameless design on 3 sides
144Hz refresh rate
1ms response time
FreeSync and G-Sync Compatible
Shadow control
Flickerfree TN panel
Low blue light

Connectivity:
VGA, DisplayPort 1.2 x 1, HDMI 1.4 x 2
Audio output - headphone out 3.5mm
Speaker power - 2 watt

Vesa wallmount (100 x 100)
Note stand is not height adjustable - you'll need the AOC G2590PX model (which is quite a bit more expensive)

Link to manufacturer site for product details: eu.aoc.com/en/…ecs
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I'd been looking for a decent ~24" budget gaming monitor and after quite a lot of research it this seems this is the best sub £200 monitor. Crucially this is g-sync compatible, which not many monitors are (particularly at this end of the market).

Price has dropped today, rather frustratingly after I had already purchased it at £183, so just ordered it again!
According to CamelCamelCamel this is the second cheapest it's ever been at Amazon (and that was £170 for about 1 day last Nov). https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/AOC…Q6D39089410-Yw2cE.jpg
Edited by: "Rich_The_Fish" 23rd Nov 2019
Worth putting 144Hz in a title as it is important! Nice find.
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Larlen23/11/2019 19:33

Worth putting 144Hz in a title as it is important! Nice find.


Thanks, hadn't noticed it wasn't in there. Just in the process of updating the description etc. with more info (but wanted to get in on here so others could benefit asap).
Personally I’d spend £13 more and get the AOC 24G2U it’s a 144hz IPS display rather than TN
I own the predecessor to this monitor, have had zero issues with it. This one has nicer bezels and the price is very good. You're getting this value at the slight cost to colour representation. Thumbs up
OP you have mentioned you got this monitor, may be a silly question but isn't the red bottom bezel distracting in anyway? Always had black bezels screens so just wondering lol
ashley.nelson23/11/2019 19:54

Personally I’d spend £13 more and get the AOC 24G2U it’s a 144hz IPS disp …Personally I’d spend £13 more and get the AOC 24G2U it’s a 144hz IPS display rather than TN


Depends what you are using it for, TN is the best for gaming.
Larlen23/11/2019 19:57

Depends what you are using it for, TN is the best for gaming.


Not when they’re the same response time and refresh rate. The only thing a TN does better is black to black time.
Larlen23/11/2019 19:55

OP you have mentioned you got this monitor, may be a silly question but …OP you have mentioned you got this monitor, may be a silly question but isn't the red bottom bezel distracting in anyway? Always had black bezels screens so just wondering lol


Won't be delivered for a couple of days. The prev model had a thinner red stripe on the chin bezel, but personally like the look of this one.
ashley.nelson23/11/2019 19:54

Personally I’d spend £13 more and get the AOC 24G2U it’s a 144hz IPS disp …Personally I’d spend £13 more and get the AOC 24G2U it’s a 144hz IPS display rather than TN


Know what you mean, IPS panels do look better, but this 24.5 panel is rather good for a TN one. Same in Acer KG251QFbmidpx (and others) which comes a close 2nd but doesn't have the g-sync compatibility.
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ashley.nelson23/11/2019 19:59

Not when they’re the same response time and refresh rate. The only thing a …Not when they’re the same response time and refresh rate. The only thing a TN does better is black to black time.


However, the 24G2U is slightly smaller (23.8" v 24.5"), has slower response timer assuming you have the kit and eyes to actually notice (4ms v 1ms) and worse brightness (250 v 400).


Larlen23/11/2019 19:57

Depends what you are using it for, TN is the best for gaming.


Indeed. In our household the monitor will primarily be used as a gaming monitor, so wanted to prioritise those features.
Rich_The_Fish23/11/2019 20:14

Know what you mean, IPS panels do look better, but this 24.5 panel is …Know what you mean, IPS panels do look better, but this 24.5 panel is rather good for a TN one. Same in Acer KG251QFbmidpx (and others) which comes a close 2nd but doesn't have the g-sync compatibility.https://www.displayninja.com/what-is-g-sync/#gsync-compatible-freesync-monitorsHowever, the 24G2U is slightly smaller (23.8" v 24.5"), has slower response timer assuming you have the kit and eyes to actually notice (4ms v 1ms) and worse brightness (250 v 400).Indeed. In our household the monitor will primarily be used as a gaming monitor, so wanted to prioritise those features.


Each to their own, I’d rather have the less saturated colours than the extra brightness.
It's cheaper on ebuyer
Scratch that, 4 hours ago it was up for 168 on ebuyer, it's gone up now
I took delivery of a 'like new' 27" version today. Looks great with 144hz and was £153 with the 20% off warehouse deal.
I have one of these*; great monitor with large variable refresh rate range & excellent gsync compatibility.
Paid around £140 for a b-grade refurbished one 6 months ago.

Yesterday I noticed the one on Amazon Warehouse for £116.50; not worth posting as a deal but an absolute bargain that I'd snap up myself if I didn't already own one. (Really hard to justify replacing all 3 of my monitors with 144hz!)

*Correction, I actually have the PX model.
Edited by: "TehJumpingJawa" 24th Nov 2019
TehJumpingJawa24/11/2019 02:52

I have one of these*; great monitor with large variable refresh rate range …I have one of these*; great monitor with large variable refresh rate range & excellent gsync compatibility.Paid around £140 for a b-grade refurbished one 6 months ago.Yesterday I noticed the one on Amazon Warehouse for £116.50; not worth posting as a deal but an absolute bargain that I'd snap up myself if I didn't already own one. (Really hard to justify replacing all 3 of my monitors with 144hz!)*Correction, I actually have the PX model.

thanks for the tip, looked on the link you provided and saw the amazon warehouse one and picked it up for 122.

hope it comes with all pixels intact. knowing reasons why people return these...
Rich_The_Fish23/11/2019 20:14

Know what you mean, IPS panels do look better, but this 24.5 panel is …Know what you mean, IPS panels do look better, but this 24.5 panel is rather good for a TN one. Same in Acer KG251QFbmidpx (and others) which comes a close 2nd but doesn't have the g-sync compatibility.https://www.displayninja.com/what-is-g-sync/#gsync-compatible-freesync-monitorsHowever, the 24G2U is slightly smaller (23.8" v 24.5"), has slower response timer assuming you have the kit and eyes to actually notice (4ms v 1ms) and worse brightness (250 v 400).Indeed. In our household the monitor will primarily be used as a gaming monitor, so wanted to prioritise those features.


If G-sync wasn't an issue (i'm cool with free-sync) would you still go for this over the Acer KG251QFbmidpx?
Retro_Goonie24/11/2019 14:55

If G-sync wasn't an issue (i'm cool with free-sync) would you still go for …If G-sync wasn't an issue (i'm cool with free-sync) would you still go for this over the Acer KG251QFbmidpx?


Personality it'd probably stick with the AOC tbh - the various reviews I'd seen / read spoke favourably of this (and the slightly smaller AOC G2460Pf) so would probably give this brand a go. However if wanting to minimise cost, I'd probably go with that Acer rather than the G2460
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