BenQ RL2455HM LED 24 inch W Gaming Monitor (1920 x 1080, 1000:1, 12M:1, 1 ms GTG, DVI/HDMI) - Black £105.99 @ Amazon
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BenQ RL2455HM LED 24 inch W Gaming Monitor (1920 x 1080, 1000:1, 12M:1, 1 ms GTG, DVI/HDMI) - Black £105.99 @ Amazon

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Found 25th Jul 2016
Looks decent for just over £100 as £130+ from other sites.

- The black eQualiser gives you high visibility
- RTS mode
- Gaming comfort Flicker-free technology
- Fast 1 ms GTG response time
- Windows 8 compatible.
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I would ban word "gaming" for all monitors under 120 Hz refresh rate.
Dirty_Harry

I would ban word "gaming" for all monitors under 120 Hz refresh rate.



Im looking for a gaming monitor at this kind of price point what would you recommend? For a PS4 btw Thanks
Edited by: "rugbytruck" 25th Jul 2016
rugbytruck

Im looking for a gaming monitor at this kind of price point what would … Im looking for a gaming monitor at this kind of price point what would you recommend? For a PS4 btw Thanks



As far as I know PS4 only outputs in 60hz, so you don't need 120Hz or 144Hz monitor. I'm a PC gamer and have 144Hz display, and the difference between 60 and 144Hz is huge. So for PS4 this one is probably fine.
Dirty_Harry

As far as I know PS4 only outputs in 60hz, so you don't need 120Hz or … As far as I know PS4 only outputs in 60hz, so you don't need 120Hz or 144Hz monitor. I'm a PC gamer and have 144Hz display, and the difference between 60 and 144Hz is huge. So for PS4 this one is probably fine.



So it's a "gaming" monitor (_;)
lukaszjambor

So it's a "gaming" monitor (_;)



Its a regular monitor. Its a good monitor, but there's nothing super special for gaming about it. I game a lot, and I don't care about "gaming" monitors, but I still wouldn't expect to see this sold as one.
There's an Amazon Warehouse very good condition being sold for £96 right now. Personally bought this for a shade over £100 again as a VGC warehouse item and I can't fault it. Using with Xbox one currently
I have this monitor and an xbox 360. Hardly ever got MVP but with this get it now and again. Did make a difference. Still get stupid lag now and then but I know its down to something else.
Dirty_Harry

I would ban word "gaming" for all monitors under 120 Hz refresh rate.


144 Hz barely makes a difference, not sure why ppl brag on about it. I have this monitor, crisp colours and 1ms refresh rate, screen tear happens a lot less in comparison to others
Edited by: "ShadowsVoid" 25th Jul 2016
ShadowsVoid

144 Hz barely makes a difference, not sure why ppl brag on about it. I … 144 Hz barely makes a difference, not sure why ppl brag on about it. I have this monitor, crisp colours and 1ms refresh rate, screen tear happens a lot less in comparison to others


Unless you use 144Hz for gaming or PC work for while then you won't think it's a big deal. But I changed from 60Hz to 144Hz and everything is just a lot smoother such as mouse movements and when it comes to gaming it definitely beats 60Hz. Whilst it is expensive, it is a good investment for PC gamers (not console) and I wouldn't turn back to 60Hz unless for a second monitor or a 4K monitor (in 2016) but never again for my main monitor.
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Meathotukdeals

I have this monitor and an xbox 360.



X)
thegamingkinginfo

Unless you use 144Hz for gaming or PC work for while then you won't think … Unless you use 144Hz for gaming or PC work for while then you won't think it's a big deal. But I changed from 60Hz to 144Hz and everything is just a lot smoother such as mouse movements and when it comes to gaming it definitely beats 60Hz. Whilst it is expensive, it is a good investment for PC gamers (not console) and I wouldn't turn back to 60Hz unless for a second monitor or a 4K monitor (in 2016) but never again for my main monitor.



Have to agree. I use 3 monitors 2 60hz and one 144hz and the difference is night a day.

To say it 'barely makes a difference' just means you have either never tried using 144hz or have no understanding about what it means :p.

Edited by: "EagleUK" 25th Jul 2016
Spark

X)


Why the laughing?
Meathotukdeals

Why the laughing?



The idea that someone would use a monitor like with a 360 is humorous to me. Sorry.
ShadowsVoid

screen tear happens a lot less in comparison to others



Screen tear is a product of how the GPU is sending and rendering the frames, not the monitor (unless it has G-sync or Freesync).

In other words, no it doesn't.
TN panel sucks!!
Spark

The idea that someone would use a monitor like with a 360 is humorous to … The idea that someone would use a monitor like with a 360 is humorous to me. Sorry.



Yes that bit is obvious. I still don't know what is so funny? Oh somebody with a gaming console using a gaming monitor! *shrug*


Edited by: "Meathotukdeals" 25th Jul 2016
thegamingkinginfo

Unless you use 144Hz for gaming or PC work for while then you won't think … Unless you use 144Hz for gaming or PC work for while then you won't think it's a big deal. But I changed from 60Hz to 144Hz and everything is just a lot smoother such as mouse movements and when it comes to gaming it definitely beats 60Hz. Whilst it is expensive, it is a good investment for PC gamers (not console) and I wouldn't turn back to 60Hz unless for a second monitor or a 4K monitor (in 2016) but never again for my main monitor.


G sync/freesync also makes games a lot smoother. Freesync can be had for a little more than this
Meathotukdeals

Yes that bit is obvious. I still don't know what is so funny? Oh somebody … Yes that bit is obvious. I still don't know what is so funny? Oh somebody with a gaming console using a gaming monitor! *shrug*



No, someone with an 11 year old games console using a 1080p gaming monitor. I suppose that's the funny part.
Spark

No, someone with an 11 year old games console using a 1080p gaming … No, someone with an 11 year old games console using a 1080p gaming monitor. I suppose that's the funny part.



Err why? Should I have looked for a SD gaming monitor then?
srdrSEA

TN panel sucks!!



TN panels are good for response time
Meathotukdeals

Err why? Should I have looked for a SD gaming monitor then?



A TV would probably have suited better but whatever works for you I suppose.
I have this monitor on my gaming pc. its great. if you have a budget of less than 200£ for a monitor buy it.
Amazing monitor
Spark

A TV would probably have suited better but whatever works for you I … A TV would probably have suited better but whatever works for you I suppose.



Why would someone need a TV tuner for a games console? So they are obligated to pay the license fee? Plus most people don't even use the tuners in their televisions as they have Sky/Tivo boxes. I also see a monitor as a good match for a games console.
Spark

A TV would probably have suited better but whatever works for you I … A TV would probably have suited better but whatever works for you I suppose.



​Do you have a house?

With your logic all you need is a tent and a bucket....
Spark

A TV would probably have suited better but whatever works for you I … A TV would probably have suited better but whatever works for you I suppose.



Oh right I should have looked for a std definition TV for gaming?
Then I suppose when I want to see 1080 content I should go buy something else, in addition to the SD TV?
Maybe something 1920 x 1080? And 24 inch just the right size for my 'viewing area'? Oh wait...
Meathotukdeals

Oh right I should have looked for a std definition TV for gaming? :|Then … Oh right I should have looked for a std definition TV for gaming? :|Then I suppose when I want to see 1080 content I should go buy something else, in addition to the SD TV? Maybe something 1920 x 1080? And 24 inch just the right size for my 'viewing area'? Oh wait...



Except no games run at 1080p on the 360. Not even close.
Spark

Except no games run at 1080p on the 360. Not even close.



I didn't say 1080 games, I said content, so this would include something like the blu-ray player.
This or G2460VQ6 24 @75hz
@all the people getting uppity about the refresh rate. Sure 120/144hz are better. But one of the main things that rocks with this monitor is the response time.

100quid for an extremely well tested response rate is much more important than the refresh rate, this monitor is a godsend for fps games and fighting games where every millisecond counts.

As someone who owns this monitor and use a few of them for weekly fighting games tournaments I highly recommend it as the picture is very good looking with a few tweaks and the response rate is fantastic.
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