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Samsung LC32JG52QQUXEN 32-Inch Curved WQHD 144 Hz LED Gaming Monitor £289.99 @ Amazon

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its been cheaper a year a go
1982john20/02/2020 18:43

its been cheaper a year a go


Yeah, by £10, but seems decent price, just the response time 4ms doesn't look good.
jeferamend20/02/2020 19:05

Yeah, by £10, but seems decent price, just the response time 4ms doesn't …Yeah, by £10, but seems decent price, just the response time 4ms doesn't look good.


4ms is fine
jeferamend20/02/2020 19:50

For FPS gaming I mean


Really? I'm not up to date on stuff admitidely however I'd bet a lot of money that in a blind trial people wouldn't be able to tell the difference between a ping of 10 or 14 in a game?
thermomonkey20/02/2020 19:56

Really? I'm not up to date on stuff admitidely however I'd bet a lot of …Really? I'm not up to date on stuff admitidely however I'd bet a lot of money that in a blind trial people wouldn't be able to tell the difference between a ping of 10 or 14 in a game?


lol I agree as well, but I'm taking into account the critics of hukd from other monitor deals. I'm considering this one for myself.
jeferamend20/02/2020 20:08

lol I agree as well, but I'm taking into account the critics of hukd from …lol I agree as well, but I'm taking into account the critics of hukd from other monitor deals. I'm considering this one for myself.


4ms response will be fine dw, compare that to alot of tv's which are usually 15-30ms in high performance modes etc, alot are still 100-200
Jordan_Taylor20/02/2020 20:46

4ms response will be fine dw, compare that to alot of tv's which are …4ms response will be fine dw, compare that to alot of tv's which are usually 15-30ms in high performance modes etc, alot are still 100-200


Just been using FHD 144hz 1ms for FPS playing so I'm doing research to make sure this will feel like a good upgrade.
Jordan_Taylor20/02/2020 20:46

4ms response will be fine dw, compare that to alot of tv's which are …4ms response will be fine dw, compare that to alot of tv's which are usually 15-30ms in high performance modes etc, alot are still 100-200


100-200? Wowzers. That would be like being on dial up again.
Its ok but a 2 year old monitor now.
It doesnt have freesync or Gsync, so imo the 32" LG 650F or even the Dell posted the other day are better imo, even if a small amount more.
I wouldnt believe the response times quoted on monitors. Most of them will never achieve that figure, and if they do it is often wtih very aggressive overdrive settings that cause noticeable overshoot which definitely ruins the visual quality.

Generally decent TN monitors tend to hover around the 2-3ms range, IPS in the 6ms range and VA around 7-8ms (recent VAs are closer to IPS). For a true 144hz refresh rate a monitor would need to refresh every 6.9ms or lower, and most tend to achieve that with an accuracy of between 70% to 90% of all frames.

This is a decent monitor but as mentioned does lacks any freesync support. That said with adaptive sync enabled some monitors tend to have inconsistent response times as the refresh rate drops so I would generally disable it for any fps/fast paced games anyway.
jeferamend20/02/2020 21:45

Wondering if this one or this: …Wondering if this one or this: hotukdeals.com/deals/iiyama-gb2760qsu-b1-27-g-master-144hz-qhd-led-gaming-monitor-with-freesync-3400840



This is also a pretty good option. It is a VA panel where as the g master is TN. amazon.co.uk/AOC…PKJ
Edited by: "3anana" 20th Feb
3anana20/02/2020 23:35

I wouldnt believe the response times quoted on monitors. Most of them will …I wouldnt believe the response times quoted on monitors. Most of them will never achieve that figure, and if they do it is often wtih very aggressive overdrive settings that cause noticeable overshoot which definitely ruins the visual quality. Generally decent TN monitors tend to hover around the 2-3ms range, IPS in the 6ms range and VA around 7-8ms (recent VAs are closer to IPS). For a true 144hz refresh rate a monitor would need to refresh every 6.9ms or lower, and most tend to achieve that with an accuracy of between 70% to 90% of all frames. This is a decent monitor but as mentioned does lacks any freesync support. That said with adaptive sync enabled some monitors tend to have inconsistent response times as the refresh rate drops so I would generally disable it for any fps/fast paced games anyway.


I play CSGO (FPS) and a few other games where from what I saw videos the freesync helps a lot, but my main idea was getting a nice upgrade from the Acer 144hz that I had, keeping high freq and getting higher resolution with freesync that seems to be the future for all monitors, I'm too too precious about colors for the TN, VA, IPS fight but it would be good to get a 27 up to £300 with those features.
jeferamend20/02/2020 23:55

I play CSGO (FPS) and a few other games where from what I saw videos the …I play CSGO (FPS) and a few other games where from what I saw videos the freesync helps a lot, but my main idea was getting a nice upgrade from the Acer 144hz that I had, keeping high freq and getting higher resolution with freesync that seems to be the future for all monitors, I'm too too precious about colors for the TN, VA, IPS fight but it would be good to get a 27 up to £300 with those features.



I would probably go wtih the AOC I linked earlier, or this MSI model which releases in a couple of weeks. You get a few neat gamer features with both and RGB on the MSI, for which you can also access the control panel via the desktop app (USB connection). The AOC model is curved, MSI is flat.
amazon.co.uk/MSI…TZ/
Edited by: "3anana" 21st Feb
Jordan_Taylor20/02/2020 20:46

4ms response will be fine dw, compare that to alot of tv's which are …4ms response will be fine dw, compare that to alot of tv's which are usually 15-30ms in high performance modes etc, alot are still 100-200


Your mixing up pixel repsonse times and input lag. Very different things.
3anana21/02/2020 00:10

I would probably go wtih the AOC I linked earlier, or this MSI model which …I would probably go wtih the AOC I linked earlier, or this MSI model which releases in a couple of weeks. You get a few neat gamer features with both and RGB on the MSI, for which you can also access the control panel via the desktop app (USB connection). The AOC model is curved, MSI is flat. https://www.amazon.co.uk/MSI-OPTIX-MAG272QR-Widescreen-2560x1440/dp/B084GNWSTZ/


Much prefer the modern features and 165Hz of the MSI, you should add it as a deal.
This_is_a_Vacation21/02/2020 10:15

Much prefer the modern features and 165Hz of the MSI, you should add it as …Much prefer the modern features and 165Hz of the MSI, you should add it as a deal.



The real world difference between 144 and 165 will be negligable as they will have similar response times (that fall below what is required for a true 165hz refresh rate). And the monitor is sitll MSRP and pre-order in the various retailers so didn't feel it was worth posting as deal.
3anana21/02/2020 10:33

The real world difference between 144 and 165 will be negligable as they …The real world difference between 144 and 165 will be negligable as they will have similar response times (that fall below what is required for a true 165hz refresh rate). And the monitor is sitll MSRP and pre-order in the various retailers so didn't feel it was worth posting as deal.


There are actually 2 deals that I have already seen on this pre-order monitor
Fair enough I just didn't bother
I use a similar Samsung 4k 32 inch monitor. It only has a 4ms response and it works flawlessly with my Ps4 Pro.
Dusty66621/02/2020 15:59

I use a similar Samsung 4k 32 inch monitor. It only has a 4ms response and …I use a similar Samsung 4k 32 inch monitor. It only has a 4ms response and it works flawlessly with my Ps4 Pro.


Heat good price played alot mor for mine.
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