Dell SE2417HG 24-inch TN Gaming Monitor (2ms) £119.99 @ Amazon
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Dell SE2417HG 24-inch TN Gaming Monitor (2ms) £119.99 @ Amazon

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Found 1st Jan
Lowest it's been for a few months. 2 HDMI ports will be useful. Thought i'd side with dell (over BenQ) for colour as i will be using this for photoshop work as well as gaming. 2ms is fine for me, 3 times as fast as the dell 27" (also gaming) deal posted a while back. Hope this is useful to someone






  • Get clarity with full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution


  • Experience smooth and responsive action with minimum input lag at a fast 2 ms panel response time


  • Easily switch your gameplay between a PC or gaming console with dual HDMI ports


  • TN panel, anti-glare, LED, 2 x HDMI, 1 x VGA, 2 ms grey to grey, 300 cd/m sq (typical) brightness, tilt adjustable


  • 3 years basic warranty with advanced exchange
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Is it just me or have monitor prices really not changed in 4-5 years? I bought a 23" LG 1080p IPS monitor for less than this in early 2013!
Inb4 TN bashing crowd
60hz cold
"Gaming"
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Inb4 TN bashing crowd
TellyLover15 m ago

Inb4 TN bashing crowd


Dratz I'm too late.
60hz cold
"Gaming"
Twinsenx9 m ago

"Gaming"


Ordinary monitor
Yeah, the default choice should be a monitor with variable refresh rate support ('Freesync') if you're using it for gaming. Even if your current machine doesn't support it then your next one will.

That would be an AOC G2460VQ6 or similar at this price.
Is it just me or have monitor prices really not changed in 4-5 years? I bought a 23" LG 1080p IPS monitor for less than this in early 2013!
Emel_Walsh48 m ago

ITCSales has the S2418 at the same price. IPS panel w/ freesync



That's also a 60Hz@1080p monitor, though, so not ideal for gaming. Couple of quid more gets you a (TN, sure) 75Hz Freesync.
Edited by: "DawnFalcon" 1st Jan
>Gaming

>60hz

>TN Panel
Does this have vesa mount?
cannibalwombat12 h, 12 m ago

Is it just me or have monitor prices really not changed in 4-5 years? I …Is it just me or have monitor prices really not changed in 4-5 years? I bought a 23" LG 1080p IPS monitor for less than this in early 2013!


LG is a much better brand than dell though.
i think UKHD got voting bots why its getting soo hot and why they call it gaming monitor? if ur gamer u wil never buy this, ok 1080 no problem but 60hz come on
Will this work on my Atari 800XL?
DawnFalcon11 h, 44 m ago

That's also a 60Hz@1080p monitor, though, so not ideal for gaming. Couple …That's also a 60Hz@1080p monitor, though, so not ideal for gaming. Couple of quid more gets you a (TN, sure) 75Hz Freesync.


So would you say the ASUS VS248HR at £114 AOC G2460VQ6 (as mentioned above) at £130 would be a better option?
cannibalwombat13 h, 34 m ago

Is it just me or have monitor prices really not changed in 4-5 years? I …Is it just me or have monitor prices really not changed in 4-5 years? I bought a 23" LG 1080p IPS monitor for less than this in early 2013!


The pound is weaker now than it was in 2013, so these are cheaper at the factory gate.

lindajane1023611 h, 20 m ago

i think UKHD got voting bots why its getting soo hot and why they call it …i think UKHD got voting bots why its getting soo hot and why they call it gaming monitor? if ur gamer u wil never buy this, ok 1080 no problem but 60hz come on


Right now 144hz is just a high end option like a top of the range graphics card. You spend more money, you get better picture quality.

It's absolutely absurd to suggest everyone should spend that much and there's no point in options half the price
gaming not necessarily means playing newly released FPS games on 1080p 144 fps, if you have the VGA for that you probably not looking at thsi deal at all.

this is a perfectly fine cheap option for casual gamers
Emel_Walsh14 h, 29 m ago

ITCSales has the S2418 at the same price. IPS panel w/ freesync



Glossy
I'm after a gaming monitor ATM ... Needs to be 24/25" Full HD/4K have 2x HDMI (1x HDMI 2.0), built in speakers and G-Sync compatible.

Any ideas as I'm stuck ....
How do they get away with calling this a gaming monitor?
stuartw7 h, 9 m ago

So would you say the ASUS VS248HR at £114 AOC G2460VQ6 (as mentioned …So would you say the ASUS VS248HR at £114 AOC G2460VQ6 (as mentioned above) at £130 would be a better option?



The AOC or, in the same price range;

amazon.co.uk/dp/…c=1
or
amazon.co.uk/dp/…c=1

Honestly I need to read the reviews more carefully before I picked, but if you've got an AMD card and want gaming, a Freesync 75Hz panel is a great idea!
It is 2018, so why does this not have a displayport input? And a gaming monitor should really be 120Hz, but that may be a bit much to expect at this price.
A 60hz monitor is fine for those casual gamers who don't have a beefy GPU that can pump an average of more than 60fps for the latest games to their screen let alone resolutions above 1080p.
I believe that If you're a simply a gamer you wouldn't be pressed for colour accuracy (unless it's a super fast-paced game that involves recognising colours across a huge colour palette) nor would you be sitting and gaming at a non-direct angle to the monitor.
I personally can see plenty of ghosting in IPS monitors, be it at their lowest 4 ms (at time of writing), and if I were a highly competitive gamer, I'd still take less ghosting over colour accuracy.

Conversely, if you're a casual gamer on a low budget (who could care less about ghosting), frequently editing photos or creating art or simply watches movies a lot of movies from your PC then you could say that a cheap IPS panel is more ideal.
EndlessWaves23 h, 38 m ago

Yeah, the default choice should be a monitor with variable refresh rate …Yeah, the default choice should be a monitor with variable refresh rate support ('Freesync') if you're using it for gaming. Even if your current machine doesn't support it then your next one will. That would be an AOC G2460VQ6 or similar at this price.


freesync = amd, or am i wrong?
sammmywammmy1 h, 32 m ago

freesync = amd, or am i wrong?


As a technology, yes you're incorrect.

I'm not sure about freesync over HDMI but AMD pushed to have the tech included in the DisplayPort spec instead of developing their own specific technology. 'Freesync' on a normal monitor is just an AMD marketing initiative for the DisplayPort feature called Adaptive Sync.

In fact, nVidia uses that technology on their 'g-sync' laptops so even nVidia supports freesync. They're just not enabling it for desktop cards. Presumably because not enough is being done to publicise the extra cost of g-sync so their cards are still selling well (and they get a cut of sales from g-sync monitors).

They'll probably enable it a couple of years down the line when HDR and/or low persistance displays become the next big thing.
i dont undrestand why is this getting up votes
I have a Dell had it over 10 years now works like a dream.
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