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Lenovo D24f-10 23.6" FHD Freesync TN 144hz 1ms Gaming Monitor £94.99 at Lenovo
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Lenovo D24f-10 23.6" FHD Freesync TN 144hz 1ms Gaming Monitor £94.99 at Lenovo

£94.99£99.995%Lenovo UK Deals
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Posted 9th Mar

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Slightly cheaper now, with code, good price for a decent 144Hz monitor.

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KEY FEATURES
  • 23.6" Display
  • TN Panel
  • Full HD 1920x1080 Resolution
  • 1ms Response Time
  • 144Hz Refresh Rate
  • HDMI/DisplayPort Connectivity
  • Headphone Socket
  • 100x100mm VESA Mountable
  • 16:9 Aspect Ratio
  • 250 cd/m² Brightness
  • 1000:1 Contrast Ratio
  • 3 Year Manufacturer Warranty

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Best thing I ever done was to start gaming on a monitor. Would never go back to a TV. Good price for a 23 incher
justabout7209/03/2020 22:31

Best thing I ever done was to start gaming on a monitor. Would never go …Best thing I ever done was to start gaming on a monitor. Would never go back to a TV. Good price for a 23 incher


Even for 4k @120fps?
Bought this last time it came around for £90. Great monitor - it actually made me a little bit better at online FPS. Not much, but there's definitely a marked improvement.
NARMAK09/03/2020 22:39

Even for 4k @120fps?


How much for a 4k Tv with 144hz refresh rate supporting Freesync/Gsync?
@Mellor

perfect for that system u ordered.
Edited by: "sarden84" 9th Mar
sbc00109/03/2020 23:57

This was £20 cheaper 3 weeks ago.716°Posted 18th FebLenovo D24f-10 23.6" F …This was £20 cheaper 3 weeks ago.716°Posted 18th FebLenovo D24f-10 23.6" FHD TN 144hz 1ms Gaming Monitor £79.99 @ Lenovo Education / UK Rewards Store£79.99£99.9920%Lenovo UK Deals


only if u have access to that method though.
Incorrect.
sarden8410/03/2020 00:00

only if u have access to that method though.


That is incorrect, I purchased 5.
Sie_Masz09/03/2020 23:33

How much for a 4k Tv with 144hz refresh rate supporting Freesync/Gsync?


Well, i don't think you'll see a dramatic difference between 120hz and 144hz as well as the fact some support G-sync such as the LG OLEDs and have HDMI 2.1 support for those features. It's a much richer gaming experience on a big screen imo.

My point was to ask the person even if at 4K @ 120fps on a big screen, they'd never go back to a TV. But yeah, roll out your spec lists for monitors. They're still inferior at doing an overall job for my entertainment needs so i won't be getting one but i'm sure they'll make somebody happy for their MP fix which is mainly where it matters.
Does anyone know the minimum Hz of this panel? I could only see mention online of a 48Hz minimum; which means it wouldn't be useful for 30fps gaming.
Does this have freesync or gsync?
iwo10/03/2020 07:27

Does anyone know the minimum Hz of this panel? I could only see mention …Does anyone know the minimum Hz of this panel? I could only see mention online of a 48Hz minimum; which means it wouldn't be useful for 30fps gaming.


The 48hz is the minimum it allows freesync to operate not the monitor itself
scorchedbee10/03/2020 07:48

The 48hz is the minimum it allows freesync to operate not the monitor …The 48hz is the minimum it allows freesync to operate not the monitor itself




Yes sorry that's what I meant. Frame rates under 48hz won't reap the benefits of Freesync, so this monitor is sadly of no use to me. My PC is getting old!
Edited by: "iwo" 10th Mar
NARMAK10/03/2020 01:23

Well, i don't think you'll see a dramatic difference between 120hz and …Well, i don't think you'll see a dramatic difference between 120hz and 144hz as well as the fact some support G-sync such as the LG OLEDs and have HDMI 2.1 support for those features. It's a much richer gaming experience on a big screen imo. My point was to ask the person even if at 4K @ 120fps on a big screen, they'd never go back to a TV. But yeah, roll out your spec lists for monitors. They're still inferior at doing an overall job for my entertainment needs so i won't be getting one but i'm sure they'll make somebody happy for their MP fix which is mainly where it matters.


Get your point but I have dedicated my monitor to purely gaming. Where as my 4k TV is just for TV and Netflix. Occasionally If the missus isnt watching eastenders ill pop the ps4 or xbone on the big telly. But still no where near as crisp as my monitor.
Anyone know a good deal for a 27" with 120/144hz?
justabout7210/03/2020 08:41

Get your point but I have dedicated my monitor to purely gaming. Where as …Get your point but I have dedicated my monitor to purely gaming. Where as my 4k TV is just for TV and Netflix. Occasionally If the missus isnt watching eastenders ill pop the ps4 or xbone on the big telly. But still no where near as crisp as my monitor.


I get what you're saying. Well, glad you found a set up that works for you. Personally hoping to stick with an OLED atm for my next TV and down the line maybe use it for PC gaming too as it will have HDMI 2.1 and rumour is that the 3000 series will support that.
justabout7209/03/2020 22:31

Best thing I ever done was to start gaming on a monitor. Would never go …Best thing I ever done was to start gaming on a monitor. Would never go back to a TV. Good price for a 23 incher


Best thing I did was buying the 49" monster (32:9) from Samsung. Never going back to a monitor or TV again.
NARMAK10/03/2020 01:23

Well, i don't think you'll see a dramatic difference between 120hz and …Well, i don't think you'll see a dramatic difference between 120hz and 144hz as well as the fact some support G-sync such as the LG OLEDs and have HDMI 2.1 support for those features. It's a much richer gaming experience on a big screen imo. My point was to ask the person even if at 4K @ 120fps on a big screen, they'd never go back to a TV. But yeah, roll out your spec lists for monitors. They're still inferior at doing an overall job for my entertainment needs so i won't be getting one but i'm sure they'll make somebody happy for their MP fix which is mainly where it matters.


120 solid frames at 4k?

That's not gonna happen anytime soon, not on a TV and not on any 4k PC monitor. This next gen console talk is very sketchy when it comes to frames, at least from what I've read.

Mouse and keyboard PC players generally have an advantage over console players using controllers. They use that advantage in competitive shooters. Most pros don't even use 2k monitors, they use 1080p like us mortals, because that's how to maximise frames (up to and north of 144).

4k TV's can't cut it. I don't care if they can technically run 4k at 120hz refresh rate, it won't equate to in game frames, and that's all that matters.
Edited by: "zorbathegeek" 10th Mar
zorbathegeek10/03/2020 13:46

120 solid frames at 4k?That's not gonna happen anytime soon, not on a TV …120 solid frames at 4k?That's not gonna happen anytime soon, not on a TV and not on any 4k PC monitor. This next gen console talk is very sketchy when it comes to frames, at least from what I've read.Mouse and keyboard PC players generally have an advantage over console players using controllers. They use that advantage in competitive shooters. Most pros don't even use 2k monitors, they use 1080p like us mortals, because that's how to maximise frames (up to and north of 144).4k TV's can't cut it. I don't care if they can technically run 4k at 120hz refresh rate, it won't equate to in game frames, and that's all that matters.


The new Nvidia 3000 series and particularly the 3080 Ti look like they will be a lot more powerful and probably have a shot at 4k @120fps. I don't think you're probably best placed to be making comments about what a 4K 120hz TV can or can't do so i'll stick with the guys at Rtings etc that can test them and so far the LG C9 can do 120hz but there's been no GPUs with HDMI 2.1 that have been able to do 4k @120hz yet. I'd still trust LG engineers have done their job properly and that's why Nvidia have passed the 2019 and 2020 range as G-sync compatible.

I'm sorry but i just don't believe your claim it won't transfer to in game frames on a TV display when we've seen Rtings already test LG C9s doing 120hz at 1080p in tests. I'll let the pros stick to their 1080p @ 240hz etc. But as i said to the person i originally posed the question to, wouldn't 4k @120hz tempt somebody back if they were looking for high refresh rate gaming from a PC on a TV.
this deal is off for online purchase
Cracking monitor. I bought this last time round at £75?
Bargain. TN monitors are a lot better than people say
Looking at upgrading from 21.5" IPS 1080p. Unsure whether to go for this or pay a bit more for 27" 1440p/144hz. Just bought an RX580 8GB, Would this struggle at 1440p?
Out of Stock now. Getting the error message below when going to checkout.

'We are sorry. The product could not be found with supplied information, please contact our sales team on 0125 6774577 for assistance with your order'

Used their live chat and confirmed out of stock, they just said 'it might be back soon'.
I'm a bit clueless when it comes to specs ect. But would this be able to show 4k youtube vids / 4k films? or is it limited to 1080p.?
Dave_smithSbV10/03/2020 17:30

I'm a bit clueless when it comes to specs ect. But would this be able to …I'm a bit clueless when it comes to specs ect. But would this be able to show 4k youtube vids / 4k films? or is it limited to 1080p.?


It's max resolution is 1080p.
iwo10/03/2020 08:30

Yes sorry that's what I meant. Frame rates under 48hz won't reap the …Yes sorry that's what I meant. Frame rates under 48hz won't reap the benefits of Freesync, so this monitor is sadly of no use to me. My PC is getting old!


You will still see a benefit because the monitor will employ low framerate compensation below 48fps.
NARMAK10/03/2020 14:31

The new Nvidia 3000 series and particularly the 3080 Ti look like they …The new Nvidia 3000 series and particularly the 3080 Ti look like they will be a lot more powerful and probably have a shot at 4k @120fps. I don't think you're probably best placed to be making comments about what a 4K 120hz TV can or can't do so i'll stick with the guys at Rtings etc that can test them and so far the LG C9 can do 120hz but there's been no GPUs with HDMI 2.1 that have been able to do 4k @120hz yet. I'd still trust LG engineers have done their job properly and that's why Nvidia have passed the 2019 and 2020 range as G-sync compatible. I'm sorry but i just don't believe your claim it won't transfer to in game frames on a TV display when we've seen Rtings already test LG C9s doing 120hz at 1080p in tests. I'll let the pros stick to their 1080p @ 240hz etc. But as i said to the person i originally posed the question to, wouldn't 4k @120hz tempt somebody back if they were looking for high refresh rate gaming from a PC on a TV.


I suspect you're being unnecessarily confrontational because you've been confronted with some facts you were unaware of.

"I'm sorry but i just don't believe your claim it won't transfer to in game frames on a TV display when we've seen Rtings already test LG C9s doing 120hz at 1080p in tests."

Exactly, 1080p. Which is great if you prefer gaming on a massive monitor (not ideal btw) and can 'settle' for 120 frames while using your living room PC. Incidentally, I played on my wife's living room pc last night, and hit 90+ frames on a 4k telly at 1080p. It was fine! Her GPU isn't expensive either.

Today though I will use a £500 GPU on a smaller, cheaper 1080p monitor, and get more frames.

4k 120hz will only be achieved, if at all, on a GPU costing north of £1000.(Oh and 'Gsync compatible' is neither here nor there, all it will do is prevent screen tearing if enabled. Has nothing to do with the TV being capable of 120 frames).

On a conciliatory note: your initial point stands. Some people would prefer to play games at 4k,120 fps, on a big telly. And I'm sure one day we will get there.
Edited by: "zorbathegeek" 11th Mar
neepeh110/03/2020 16:16

Looking at upgrading from 21.5" IPS 1080p. Unsure whether to go for this …Looking at upgrading from 21.5" IPS 1080p. Unsure whether to go for this or pay a bit more for 27" 1440p/144hz. Just bought an RX580 8GB, Would this struggle at 1440p?


Probably struggle. You might be better off going for a 75hz monitor.
Edited by: "zorbathegeek" 11th Mar
NARMAK09/03/2020 22:39

Even for 4k @120fps?


When you see a TV that says 120hz, it is actually 60.
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