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Dell 24" S2419HGF Monitor - 1080p, 144Hz, 1ms, TN, FreeSync (G-Sync Compatible) - £166 @ Dell
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Dell 24" S2419HGF Monitor - 1080p, 144Hz, 1ms, TN, FreeSync (G-Sync Compatible) - £166 @ Dell

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Any good deals for freesync 1440p screens out there?
I have this monitor, I think this is a good deal. Bought around 4 weeks ago.

I wanted a 1080 panel, with a good response time for games (though I have no idea how to measure this), with an adjustable stand. I haven't a bad thing to say about it, though it's worth mentioning I've always used TN panels.

The stand is absolutely fantastic.
Edited by: "borgia" 25th Aug
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Do you have to use a DisplayPort cable to get Freesync working on Nvidia cards with G sync?
i want the same thing but 1440p and 27 inch
any recommendations?
Moss8725/08/2019 22:30

i want the same thing but 1440p and 27 inch any recommendations?


Dell's own S2716DG. I've had mine since December and have been really pleased with it. It's 'only' a TN, but for the price and feature set (it's 144hz and G-Sync) I can't fault it.
CHUNGHO125/08/2019 21:49

Do you have to use a DisplayPort cable to get Freesync working on Nvidia …Do you have to use a DisplayPort cable to get Freesync working on Nvidia cards with G sync?


Yes you have to.
£162 if you have Student Beans.
This was terrible when I bought it 7 months ago (Rev 00). Obvious overshoot on anything but the slowest preset and it had extremely high gamma (making colours washed out entirely),
md101/09/2019 17:21

This was terrible when I bought it 7 months ago (Rev 00). Obvious …This was terrible when I bought it 7 months ago (Rev 00). Obvious overshoot on anything but the slowest preset and it had extremely high gamma (making colours washed out entirely),



Out of curiosity, what do you mean by overshoot?
borgia02/09/2019 01:51

Out of curiosity, what do you mean by overshoot?


Overshoot ghosting. Side effect from using the overdrive setting (increases response times). While this is advertised as "1ms", the 1ms mode (like most monitors) is unusable, though the second fastest preset (usually the best setting for "1ms" monitors) is also pretty bad.
md102/09/2019 13:46

Overshoot ghosting. Side effect from using the overdrive setting …Overshoot ghosting. Side effect from using the overdrive setting (increases response times). While this is advertised as "1ms", the 1ms mode (like most monitors) is unusable, though the second fastest preset (usually the best setting for "1ms" monitors) is also pretty bad.


So is it a hard pass?? Even at this price?If only to be use for gaming ofc.
huevox03/09/2019 12:51

So is it a hard pass?? Even at this price?If only to be use for gaming ofc.


I had the earliest revision, though I haven't seen any trustworthy reviews of the S2419HGF suggesting it's any better. I would definitely avoid this monitor, it's below average for gaming and terrible for everything else.
md103/09/2019 19:14

I had the earliest revision, though I haven't seen any trustworthy reviews …I had the earliest revision, though I haven't seen any trustworthy reviews of the S2419HGF suggesting it's any better. I would definitely avoid this monitor, it's below average for gaming and terrible for everything else.


Goodbye to my dreams of the 144hz affordable monitor hahaha. Thanks mate
huevox03/09/2019 19:29

Goodbye to my dreams of the 144hz affordable monitor hahaha. Thanks mate


Here is the best 1080p 144Hz buying guide. I would look out for the VG259Q, it will be one of the first <27" 144Hz 1080p monitors using an IPS (AHVA) panel (should be under £250).
Edited by: "md1" 3rd Sep
md103/09/2019 19:40

Here is the best 1080p 144Hz buying guide. I would look out for the …Here is the best 1080p 144Hz buying guide. I would look out for the VG259Q, it will be one of the first <27" 144Hz 1080p monitors using an IPS (AHVA) panel (should be under £250).

I will give it a look. Although 27 is huge for me. Thanks!
huevox03/09/2019 19:29

Goodbye to my dreams of the 144hz affordable monitor hahaha. Thanks mate



huevox03/09/2019 12:51

So is it a hard pass?? Even at this price?If only to be use for gaming ofc.



I'm enjoying mine, but I'm not coming from anything to compare it too, or at least not recently.

I used to own a 24" Benq Monitor, tn panel 1080p 60hz. The experience of watching films and browsing is not too different to that really, in games though the 144hz is awesome and definitely noticeable.

My mate has a curved MSI screen with a similar spec, ips panel though, and I personally can't stand the curve.

I'm using it for gaming, mostly fps's, on the normal preset (so presumably the slowest response time according the above poster). I don't have any complaints really.
huevox03/09/2019 19:54

I will give it a look. Although 27 is huge for me. Thanks!


I should have clarified, the VG259Q is 25". The current 1080p 144Hz IPS monitors are all 27".
borgia03/09/2019 20:00

I'm enjoying mine, but I'm not coming from anything to compare it too, or …I'm enjoying mine, but I'm not coming from anything to compare it too, or at least not recently. I used to own a 24" Benq Monitor, tn panel 1080p 60hz. The experience of watching films and browsing is not too different to that really, in games though the 144hz is awesome and definitely noticeable. My mate has a curved MSI screen with a similar spec, ips panel though, and I personally can't stand the curve. I'm using it for gaming, mostly fps's, on the normal preset (so presumably the slowest response time according the above poster). I don't have any complaints really.


All curved monitors, excluding ultrawides, are VA not IPS.

What revision is your S2419HGF? It's quite possible the later revisions are much improved. I bought my S2419HGF nearly a year ago (when they first released).
Too late anyway... deal is off
md103/09/2019 20:52

I should have clarified, the VG259Q is 25". The current 1080p 144Hz IPS …I should have clarified, the VG259Q is 25". The current 1080p 144Hz IPS monitors are all 27". All curved monitors, excluding ultrawides, are VA not IPS.What revision is your S2419HGF? It's quite possible the later revisions are much improved. I bought my S2419HGF nearly a year ago (when they first released).



Looks like mine is the original revision.

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