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Lenovo LEGION Y25F-10 25" Full HD 144Hz 1ms HDMI Gaming Monitor £139.97 @ Laptops Direct

£139.97£148.996%Laptops Direct Deals
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Posted 5th Aug
Down from £199.97 to £139.97 now for this Lenovo 25" Monitor.

Now you can enjoy sharp, undistorted images and extreme smooth gameplay at an affordable price. The Lenovo Legion Y25f-10 gives you 24.5” of Near-Edgeless viewing that’s optimised for gaming. AMD FreeSync Technology with a fast 144Hz refresh rate eliminates screen tearing, and the incredible 1ms response time minimises display stutter and input lag. This is one display that’s designed for gaming.

- 24.5 Inch Screen size
- 1920 x 1080 Full HD Resolution
- Ports - HDMI DisplayPort
- 16:9 Aspect Ratio
- 1 m/s Response Time
- 144Hz Refresh Rate
- Wall Mounting (Vesa)
- Speakers
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T18Z05/08/2019 19:24

So difficult to find a reasonably priced 144hz monitor with g-sync... …So difficult to find a reasonably priced 144hz monitor with g-sync... everything is freesync sigh.


As far as I'm aware Freesync is supported on Nvidia GPUs now so most monitors with Freesync should work fine. Might be worth giving it a double check though on google.
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So difficult to find a reasonably priced 144hz monitor with g-sync... everything is freesync sigh.
Looks like a cracking deal but I'm looking for something more exquisite, like 4k with 120hz.
T18Z05/08/2019 19:24

So difficult to find a reasonably priced 144hz monitor with g-sync... …So difficult to find a reasonably priced 144hz monitor with g-sync... everything is freesync sigh.


As far as I'm aware Freesync is supported on Nvidia GPUs now so most monitors with Freesync should work fine. Might be worth giving it a double check though on google.
LiamLFC9205/08/2019 19:41

As far as I'm aware Freesync is supported on Nvidia GPUs now so most …As far as I'm aware Freesync is supported on Nvidia GPUs now so most monitors with Freesync should work fine. Might be worth giving it a double check though on google.


I thought it was only the new Nvidia cards that allow for it. I'm running a gtx 970 so don't think it's supported sadly.
T18Z05/08/2019 19:42

I thought it was only the new Nvidia cards that allow for it. I'm running …I thought it was only the new Nvidia cards that allow for it. I'm running a gtx 970 so don't think it's supported sadly.



Ah I see, my bad.
What is the freesync range? What is the panel type? TN / IPS / other ?
dreamcat405/08/2019 20:22

What is the freesync range? What is the panel type? TN / IPS / other ?


Not sure about freesync range but it`s a TN panel
£160 on ebay, so not a huge deal, but dirt cheap for 144hz.

That said I cant find more than 1 review, and four amazon reviews. Hmmm.
On some forum they are saying that this is frameskipping at 144hz ( I don't know if there is a fix for it)
Fantastic deal, 400 brightness and height adjust at this price makes it even better than just a cheap 144hz display. If I could give you more heat I would
Strong points for VESA support and speakers. Really hard to find at this price point!
T18Z05/08/2019 19:42

I thought it was only the new Nvidia cards that allow for it. I'm running …I thought it was only the new Nvidia cards that allow for it. I'm running a gtx 970 so don't think it's supported sadly.


So why are you bothered then? Get a new gpu first
louistessier199406/08/2019 09:01

So why are you bothered then? Get a new gpu first


What?

My GPU runs stuff fine. I shouldn't have to get a new GPU just because the pricing for g-sync monitors is stupid.

I want the 144hz for fps games.
Got this for £127 not so long ago, cant say anything bad about it.
Is this good? I currently have a 75hz monitor for gaming but been looking to by 144 as everyone says they're game changers. Seems like a great price.
T18Z06/08/2019 09:12

What? My GPU runs stuff fine. I shouldn't have to get a new GPU just …What? My GPU runs stuff fine. I shouldn't have to get a new GPU just because the pricing for g-sync monitors is stupid.I want the 144hz for fps games.


Aren't I right in thinking you can set the monitor refresh rate manually as a custom resolution so let's say you never drop below 125fps, then set it as that and you should be able to set the vsync in game (or even nvidia control panel) to 125hz?
iiisandmaniii06/08/2019 09:56

Is this good? I currently have a 75hz monitor for gaming but been looking …Is this good? I currently have a 75hz monitor for gaming but been looking to by 144 as everyone says they're game changers. Seems like a great price.



120/144hz is a massive difference to 60/75hz. Definitely get it if you can.
I got one of these last time, well made, solid monitor. Has a USB3 hub, headphone jack and a headphone holder. Screen is nice but is a little on the warm side even after calibration.
coolhand8306/08/2019 09:56

Aren't I right in thinking you can set the monitor refresh rate manually …Aren't I right in thinking you can set the monitor refresh rate manually as a custom resolution so let's say you never drop below 125fps, then set it as that and you should be able to set the vsync in game (or even nvidia control panel) to 125hz?


Not sure honestly. Does make me wonder if it was that simple wouldn't it be common practice?
T18Z05/08/2019 19:42

I thought it was only the new Nvidia cards that allow for it. I'm running …I thought it was only the new Nvidia cards that allow for it. I'm running a gtx 970 so don't think it's supported sadly.


I didn't think there was a graphics card limitation to using gsync driver experience. It's just a tick box in the Nvidia drivers. Although this Monitor isn't listed as being supported you can still turn it on and try it might be fine. I've seen it in action on a certified Monitor and it improves the experience even more to just running in 144hz.
LiamLFC9205/08/2019 19:41

As far as I'm aware Freesync is supported on Nvidia GPUs now so most …As far as I'm aware Freesync is supported on Nvidia GPUs now so most monitors with Freesync should work fine. Might be worth giving it a double check though on google.



Must be a reason identical monitors with Gsync are £200 dearer, I can't see the technology being the same or Gsync would be pointless as its doubling the cost for decent monitors (Alienware AW2518H for example)
Edited by: "Kurtcoba1n" 6th Aug
T18Z06/08/2019 09:12

What? My GPU runs stuff fine. I shouldn't have to get a new GPU just …What? My GPU runs stuff fine. I shouldn't have to get a new GPU just because the pricing for g-sync monitors is stupid.I want the 144hz for fps games.



What games do you play specifically?
ollie8706/08/2019 11:34

What games do you play specifically?


Most of my games arent graphically intensive besides Tomb Raider. Fortnite, CSGO, the Halo MCC beta and Apex sometimes.
Kurtcoba1n06/08/2019 10:43

Must be a reason identical monitors with Gsync are £200 dearer, I can't …Must be a reason identical monitors with Gsync are £200 dearer, I can't see the technology being the same or Gsync would be pointless as its doubling the cost for decent monitors (Alienware AW2518H for example)


It's because people think there is a difference that they pay it.
Now Nvidia allowed freesync there is no point paying the extra.
It's the same.
Paul_93R06/08/2019 12:51

It's because people think there is a difference that they pay it.Now …It's because people think there is a difference that they pay it.Now Nvidia allowed freesync there is no point paying the extra.It's the same.



I will do some research as that puts the Alienware screen at £279 which is an unbelivable price!
Can someone give more insight into the frame skipping? Is this a deal breaker?
iiisandmaniii06/08/2019 09:56

Is this good? I currently have a 75hz monitor for gaming but been looking …Is this good? I currently have a 75hz monitor for gaming but been looking to by 144 as everyone says they're game changers. Seems like a great price.


I went with the eBuyer / Element Gaming 144Hz 24" FHD display and.. now.. 75Hz gives me a headache! I disabled freesync and just run it at 144Hz all the time regardless of frame rate. I highly recommend the above, and it is cheaper than this Lenovo. I modded the power cable to take it's juice from a 4-pin molex so it powers on with my computer, and saves a plug.


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Luke.Batty06/08/2019 15:06

Can someone give more insight into the frame skipping? Is this a deal …Can someone give more insight into the frame skipping? Is this a deal breaker?


wouldn't risk it. get the EG 24" from eBuyer.
zeb.mattey05/08/2019 20:54

£160 on ebay, so not a huge deal, but dirt cheap for 144hz.That said I …£160 on ebay, so not a huge deal, but dirt cheap for 144hz.That said I cant find more than 1 review, and four amazon reviews. Hmmm.


wouldn't risk it. get the EG 24" from eBuyer.
Freesync compatible G-sync is different to Full G sync so there is a differenece
Paul_93R06/08/2019 12:51

It's because people think there is a difference that they pay it.Now …It's because people think there is a difference that they pay it.Now Nvidia allowed freesync there is no point paying the extra.It's the same.



Freesync compatible G-sync is different to Full G sync so there is a differenece
T18Z06/08/2019 12:23

Most of my games arent graphically intensive besides Tomb Raider. …Most of my games arent graphically intensive besides Tomb Raider. Fortnite, CSGO, the Halo MCC beta and Apex sometimes.


Screen tearing isn't noticeable at 144hz
bingowings8506/08/2019 15:12

I went with the eBuyer / Element Gaming 144Hz 24" FHD display and.. now.. …I went with the eBuyer / Element Gaming 144Hz 24" FHD display and.. now.. 75Hz gives me a headache! I disabled freesync and just run it at 144Hz all the time regardless of frame rate. I highly recommend the above, and it is cheaper than this Lenovo. I modded the power cable to take it's juice from a 4-pin molex so it powers on with my computer, and saves a plug.[Image]


Frame Skipping aside, if just comparing specifications between Lenovo LEGION vs Element Gaming , Lenovo seems to be a better pick as it has 400nits of brightness a better stand with a USB3 hub also it has HDR (I wouldn't expect it to be amazing at HDR) and finally it apprantly includes a Display Port cable which might be required for many cards. However i couldn't find detailed specifications for the EG.
Masoomraza06/08/2019 16:24

Frame Skipping aside, if just comparing specifications between Lenovo …Frame Skipping aside, if just comparing specifications between Lenovo LEGION vs Element Gaming , Lenovo seems to be a better pick as it has 400nits of brightness a better stand with a USB3 hub also it has HDR (I wouldn't expect it to be amazing at HDR) and finally it apprantly includes a Display Port cable which might be required for many cards. However i couldn't find detailed specifications for the EG.


No usb3 nor DP cable unfortunately, the stand is basic. It's plenty bright enough 🔆
Got this for about £115 a couple of months ago. Can't fault it
Pointless freestnc or gsync if you have half decent card
bingowings8506/08/2019 15:12

I went with the eBuyer / Element Gaming 144Hz 24" FHD display and.. now.. …I went with the eBuyer / Element Gaming 144Hz 24" FHD display and.. now.. 75Hz gives me a headache! I disabled freesync and just run it at 144Hz all the time regardless of frame rate. I highly recommend the above, and it is cheaper than this Lenovo. I modded the power cable to take it's juice from a 4-pin molex so it powers on with my computer, and saves a plug.[Image]


Thanks for that will look into it. Have no idea how to do the latter though, sounds good
RUGAAL06/08/2019 18:02

Pointless freestnc or gsync if you have half decent card


Which would be a better option and why? this or the LG monitor
zMagickz_06/08/2019 18:12

Which would be a better option and why? this or the LG monitor


This has thinner bezel and 1" bigger...LG would be my pick if you don't mind it because my last LG was great (ultra wide 1ms FreeSync etc)
Edited by: "Myriad" 6th Aug
Got this for £112.99 on Lenovo sale with a friend's students discount.

Fantastic little monitor, gsync works with my 2070 MaxQ on my Razer Blade 15. Got this this at my place near London when I work away. The frame skipping issue was fixed when they did an update for gsync. I have a 27" Dell 1440p 144hz Gsync at home, and haven't noticed much difference tbh. Except for lower res and size, colour quality is great for a TN.

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Edited by: "spritey" 6th Aug
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