ASUS VG248QE 24" HD LED 144Hz Monitor inc free PC dowload of Assassin's Creed: Origins - £199.99 @ CCL Online
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ASUS VG248QE 24" HD LED 144Hz Monitor inc free PC dowload of Assassin's Creed: Origins - £199.99 @ CCL Online

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Edited by:"TimmoUK"Found 24th Nov
Featuring a 144Hz refresh rate, and 1ms response time, the 24-inch VG248QE LED Full HD monitor delivers the best performance for fluid gaming and movie playback. Now with GamePlus, keep track of game times with the built-in timer function overlay and also enable a crosshair onscreen.

For a limited time, get a PC download of Assassin's Creed: Origins FREE when you buy a selected new ASUS monitor!

EDIT: Price has dropped to £197.51 now.

6 Comments

anyone could recommand a better deal in the same price range?

Considering this monitor is now 4 years old not really. Quite strange really. Assuming you only want 1080P. 144hz refresh is nice if you have a decent graphics card. You'll need it for games that run over 60FPS.

If you are not bothered about the refresh rate then a cheaper model might do.

I am wondering if I should go 24 or 27 inch.

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gummby3 h, 35 m ago

Considering this monitor is now 4 years old not really. Quite strange …Considering this monitor is now 4 years old not really. Quite strange really. Assuming you only want 1080P. 144hz refresh is nice if you have a decent graphics card. You'll need it for games that run over 60FPS.If you are not bothered about the refresh rate then a cheaper model might do. I am wondering if I should go 24 or 27 inch.


Depends on your setup. Will it be your only monitor or secondary? If its a single monitor setup I would go for 27". Personally I have a 29" ultra wide for primary and a 24" secondary above which works well for me.

TimmoUK12 m ago

Depends on your setup. Will it be your only monitor or secondary? If its a …Depends on your setup. Will it be your only monitor or secondary? If its a single monitor setup I would go for 27". Personally I have a 29" ultra wide for primary and a 24" secondary above which works well for me.



Reading between lines from my searches.
I have a 6gb 1060 nvida card and a Ryzen 1600. From what I have read the suggestion is the 1060 won't likely reach the 144 FPS with full graphics. Also it's suggested 1080p works better at 24 inches compared to 27 inches.

I note John Lewis were selling this for £139 a year ago making me this could be over priced for a 4 year old monitor. I wonder if a 75hz monitor at 24 inches may be better for me. Albeit this looks to be a great monitor.

Question is in 5-10 years time will I keep this 1060 card? It's only 1-2 months old.

Also need to think about games. Currently playing games 5-10 years old. Civ 4/5. Warhammer 40k the original game.

Current monitor - The Dell E228WFP’s fast 5ms response time, high contrast ratio and 1680x1050 resolution lets you view images, documents, graphics and video with stunning detail, vivid color and fluid motion. The performance of the Dell 22” monitor is one more reason why Dell is America’s #1 source for flat-panel displays.

TimmoUK14 h, 5 m ago

Depends on your setup. Will it be your only monitor or secondary? If its a …Depends on your setup. Will it be your only monitor or secondary? If its a single monitor setup I would go for 27". Personally I have a 29" ultra wide for primary and a 24" secondary above which works well for me.



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£188.29 including delivery!
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