BenQ XL2411Z 24" 144Hz Gaming Monitor @ Amazon
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BenQ XL2411Z 24" 144Hz Gaming Monitor @ Amazon

£199.99Amazon Deals
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Found 29th Jan 2015
1000:1, 350 cd/m2, 1920 x 1080, 1 ms, 12M:1 VGA/DVI-DL/HDMI

Cheapest I've seen outside of black Friday deal

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HDMI output, but don't think paying 89.99 more for the BenQ XL2420Z with display is worth it?

It is if you want Nvidia 3D support

Been looking at this monitor for a while, is it worth buying over other versions? I play with 1 monitor.

People really should use like a dell ultra sharp or something and then see the quality difference. One of their 24 inch models has super low latency and a cheap price tag, tbh I bet most people can barely hit 60FPS any ways in the games where visuals matter.

I had one of these 144hrz BenQ monitors and all I noticed was lots of dithering. I have two dell monitors and wanted to use the Benq as a "gaming" monitor because people go on about 144hrz so much. However I noticed more ghosting on the BenQ than the dell and I couldn't hit 144FPS in most games so I just ended up with screen tearing.
Edited by: "slannmage" 29th Jan 2015

Great Monitor.

I have no issues with ghosting.

Solid price for 1ms

slannmage

People really should use like a dell ultra sharp or something and then … People really should use like a dell ultra sharp or something and then see the quality difference. One of their 24 inch models has super low latency and a cheap price tag, tbh I bet most people can barely hit 60FPS any ways in the games where visuals matter. I had one of these 144hrz BenQ monitors and all I noticed was lots of dithering. I have two dell monitors and wanted to use the Benq as a "gaming" monitor because people go on about 144hrz so much. However I noticed more ghosting on the BenQ than the dell and I couldn't hit 144FPS in most games so I just ended up with screen tearing.



Having a PC that doesn't get over 144 FPS in games and buying a 144Hz monitor is just plain stupid. That's your own fault.

superheat from me

Does anyone else think it would be worth paying extra for free sync or g sync?

hitman007

Does anyone else think it would be worth paying extra for free sync or g … Does anyone else think it would be worth paying extra for free sync or g sync?



I never notice stuttering or tearing anyway so I'd just get this. gsync/freesync monitors are the future though.

freesync comes out in march but there's only 1 27" monitor out of the first 5 released.

and if you want gsync you're paying another £150 for privilege.

Not sure I want to pay £150 for the privilege, prefer to wait for freesync. But isn't freesync only for AMD cards? I've got NVIDIA.

I think g-sync is overrated. i find it too expensive. I simply use v-sync on gpu and I don't get tearing either and this comes for free. 60fps is enough for me.

hitman007

Does anyone else think it would be worth paying extra for free sync or g … Does anyone else think it would be worth paying extra for free sync or g sync?



Friend of mine is a hardcore FPS gamer. He got a g-sync monitor recently and, as far as he is concerned, it's the best thing since sliced bread. He's always skint and broke the bank to get it. He paid well over £500 for his and is WAY more than happy with it. He got an Asus 27" QHD one.

I'm not a hardcore PC gamer so I'm happy with dual Dell Ultrasharp (1 x 16x10 24" and 1 x QHD 25") setup.

Never had a BenQ monitor myself but they seem to review pretty favourably ...

I'd like to see a comparison between g-snyc and v-sync on a 144hz monitor.

rzbikot

I think g-sync is overrated. i find it too expensive. I simply use v-sync … I think g-sync is overrated. i find it too expensive. I simply use v-sync on gpu and I don't get tearing either and this comes for free. 60fps is enough for me.

slannmage

People really should use like a dell ultra sharp or something and then … People really should use like a dell ultra sharp or something and then see the quality difference. One of their 24 inch models has super low latency and a cheap price tag, tbh I bet most people can barely hit 60FPS any ways in the games where visuals matter. I had one of these 144hrz BenQ monitors and all I noticed was lots of dithering. I have two dell monitors and wanted to use the Benq as a "gaming" monitor because people go on about 144hrz so much. However I noticed more ghosting on the BenQ than the dell and I couldn't hit 144FPS in most games so I just ended up with screen tearing.



What a load of BS. Dell Ultra Sharp are overpriced garb. A lot of people hit more than 60 FPS. Monitor also supports 60Hz so if you can't hit 144FPS then turn on V-Sync to fix tearing.
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