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Lenovo D24f-10 23.6" FHD Freesync TN 144hz 1ms Gaming Monitor £98.99 with code at Lenovo (3 years warranty)
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Lenovo D24f-10 23.6" FHD Freesync TN 144hz 1ms Gaming Monitor £98.99 with code at Lenovo (3 years warranty)

£98.99£1099%Lenovo UK Deals
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Posted 31st Jan

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10% off at checkout with code, excellent monitor for the price.

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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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Wooow thats cheap xD
Got this monitor for 80 pound a couple weeks ago. It's actually really good considering the price. Very impressed with it. Good buy.
I bought this for £80 couple weeks ago too for my son's gaming pc looks nice just not got a pc to plug it into yet
Will the free sync work work Nvidia card?
Shinobei31/01/2020 19:50

Will the free sync work work Nvidia card?



It should do yes but you'll have to enable it via the control panel.
3anana31/01/2020 19:55

It should do yes but you'll have to enable it via the control panel.


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I wonder if it will fit the bill for ps5 and X series X or better to get something 240hz...
Thanks, I’ve order one for my son
Can it be wall mounted?
SlawomirSz31/01/2020 20:32

I wonder if it will fit the bill for ps5 and X series X or better to get …I wonder if it will fit the bill for ps5 and X series X or better to get something 240hz...


Next gen consoles will not have the graphical power to drive 240 FPS at 1080p. That technology already exists, it will just be that the consoles will have proprietary dies and chips, but they will not have the power to drive consistent 240 FPS. Also, next gen will most likely target 4K resolutions as their main selling point.
seanyuen31/01/2020 23:09

Next gen consoles will not have the graphical power to drive 240 FPS at …Next gen consoles will not have the graphical power to drive 240 FPS at 1080p. That technology already exists, it will just be that the consoles will have proprietary dies and chips, but they will not have the power to drive consistent 240 FPS. Also, next gen will most likely target 4K resolutions as their main selling point.


Microsoft have stated their preference for targeting FPS although are leaving it to developer discretion.
It was for 77 pounds on boxing day. Nothing special about it. Better buy IPS monitor
seanyuen31/01/2020 23:09

Next gen consoles will not have the graphical power to drive 240 FPS at …Next gen consoles will not have the graphical power to drive 240 FPS at 1080p. That technology already exists, it will just be that the consoles will have proprietary dies and chips, but they will not have the power to drive consistent 240 FPS. Also, next gen will most likely target 4K resolutions as their main selling point.


Time will tell but more or less they are supposed to be on par with rtx2080 (around 11-12tflops). On top of that don't forget they are devices specifically designed to play games. Look what Devs are able to squiz out from base ps4.
Plus I very much doubt that for £400-500 you will be able to put together anything close to ps5/XSX performance wise.....(those YouTube videos claiming they put better gaming PC for $400 are so funny considering they are all made few years after ps4 release and still more expensive than ps4 on release date )
Edited by: "SlawomirSz" 1st Feb
SlawomirSz01/02/2020 00:12

Time will tell but more or less they are supposed to be on par with …Time will tell but more or less they are supposed to be on par with rtx2080 (around 11-12tflops). On top of that don't forget they are devices specifically designed to play games. Look what Devs are able to squiz out from base ps4.Plus I very much doubt that for £400-500 you will be able to put together anything close to ps5/XSX performance wise.....(those YouTube videos claiming they put better gaming PC for $400 are so funny considering they are all made few years after ps4 release and still more expensive than ps4 on release date )


But when you look at all the extra functionality you get with a pc, it makes little sense to get a console unless you aren't going to ever do anything productive. And if you buy used you can easily get parts to match an Xbox one X for the same price.
undead1631/01/2020 18:49

Got this monitor for 80 pound a couple weeks ago. It's actually really …Got this monitor for 80 pound a couple weeks ago. It's actually really good considering the price. Very impressed with it. Good buy.


I got mine under the same deal. It performed really well with high fps games; you can really tell the difference compared to normal 60hz monitors.

I had to send mine back due to not being able to remove the stand. I want to attach it to a VESA mount. Has anyone had the same problem? Thanks.
SlawomirSz01/02/2020 00:12

Time will tell but more or less they are supposed to be on par with …Time will tell but more or less they are supposed to be on par with rtx2080 (around 11-12tflops). On top of that don't forget they are devices specifically designed to play games. Look what Devs are able to squiz out from base ps4.Plus I very much doubt that for £400-500 you will be able to put together anything close to ps5/XSX performance wise.....(those YouTube videos claiming they put better gaming PC for $400 are so funny considering they are all made few years after ps4 release and still more expensive than ps4 on release date )


AMD tflops is worse than Nvidia in gaming so you can't compare them like that. Vega 64 has the 12 tflops too and performs nowhere near a 2080.
You actually can beat a ps4/xbone for cheap if you know what you're doing too, the bloody bargain bin 750ti matched/beat them on release.
By the time they are actually released I guarantee a cheapo card like a 3050to or whatever will match them. Problem is you're comparing an unreleased console to nearly 2 year old GPUs at this point in time.

Also how much is that online fee over the course of a consoles life?
Edited by: "Keelan_" 1st Feb
that bezel. spec wise it's okay
Keelan_01/02/2020 15:12

AMD tflops is worse than Nvidia in gaming so you can't compare them like …AMD tflops is worse than Nvidia in gaming so you can't compare them like that. Vega 64 has the 12 tflops too and performs nowhere near a 2080.You actually can beat a ps4/xbone for cheap if you know what you're doing too, the bloody bargain bin 750ti matched/beat them on release.By the time they are actually released I guarantee a cheapo card like a 3050to or whatever will match them. Problem is you're comparing an unreleased console to nearly 2 year old GPUs at this point in time.Also how much is that online fee over the course of a consoles life?

Official RRP £50 a year...wow crazy amount please spare me saying that back in 2013 you were able to build for £349 from new parts a pc that would match ps4 (including cables+headset+decent k&m).....rtx2080 nearly 2years old?? Wow you must be from da futuure bruda cause as far as am aware 2years from September 20 2018 will be in September 20 2020. And key words console gpu/cpu are Heavily Modified. Consoles are not superior any more in terms of power Vs PC but are unbeatable in price/value ratio. And back in 2013 when ps4 was released best gpu on the market was gtx 780ti costing on it's own £550... Ps5 will most likely cost £449 and yeah few £K PC will beat it easily but rtx3080 will be probably around or more than £1k on it's own...Let's talk again on ps5 release day and please I want you then to build me PC from new parts for £449 that will match ps5 power
SlawomirSz01/02/2020 18:34

Official RRP £50 a year...wow crazy amount please spare me …Official RRP £50 a year...wow crazy amount please spare me saying that back in 2013 you were able to build for £349 from new parts a pc that would match ps4 (including cables+headset+decent k&m).....rtx2080 nearly 2years old?? Wow you must be from da futuure bruda cause as far as am aware 2years from September 20 2018 will be in September 20 2020. And key words console gpu/cpu are Heavily Modified. Consoles are not superior any more in terms of power Vs PC but are unbeatable in price/value ratio. And back in 2013 when ps4 was released best gpu on the market was gtx 780ti costing on it's own £550... Ps5 will most likely cost £449 and yeah few £K PC will beat it easily but rtx3080 will be probably around or more than £1k on it's own...Let's talk again on ps5 release day and please I want you then to build me PC from new parts for £449 that will match ps5 power


On release day a £600 PC could match it id bet. Slightly more up front but way cheaper over time due to no online fee and cheaper games.
780ti was £550 yes but the PS4 matched a 750ti/7870 lol not a 780ti so idk why that's brought up. Like why mention the 3080, that's gonna be like double the speed of the console GPU and high end GPUs are not the best price/perf, the mid range is.
£50 a year over 7 years is £350 in online, that's as much as a decent GPU upgrade that'll give you much better image quality while the consoles are stagnant and outdated 3-4 years after release.

When the consoles release, the 2080 will be over 2 years old and that was a disappointing card in itself, it matched the 4 year old 1080ti at the same price.
Edited by: "Keelan_" 1st Feb
Will this include FreeSync over hdmi? Just thinking for Xbox
zippyGTE31/01/2020 20:08

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Thanks
I can choose 120hz via HDMI but only 60hz via display port.
Is that normal?
zippyGTE31/01/2020 20:08

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Hi.
I can't find the free sync option in the osd.
I can tick the gsync box in the Nvidia panel though. Doesn't seem to be much tearing so maybe it's working
Not sure tbh as I have an AMD card.
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