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Acer Predator X27 27 Inch UHD Gaming Monitor, Black IPS Panel, G-Sync, 144 Hz, 4 ms, HDR Ultra, Quantum Dot £2111.48 @ Amazon
Found 3rd OctFound 3rd Oct
Price drop for those who want the latest and greatest.
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What is wrong with these tech companies, first Nvidia now Acer, they want to kill the PC gaming or what....


Bleeding edge hardware with a fan, I wouldn't mind seeing an updated version of Asus PG279.


I really want all the specs on this monitor, preferably ultrawide, but this price is just insane for 27 inch. I bought the best ultrawide on the market a few years ago and it was £670, no way is this good value and it will inevitably half in price in a year. Once they have these specs in ultrawide for a grand i'll get it, until then i'll stick with my 3440 x 1440 ultrawide.


I think we're at the stage now that 4K and UHD are the same regarding consumer grade displays. It won't change now it's too late. But I appreciate that you are still fighting the fight.


Yes it may be expensive but the specs are revolutionary. This will still be >£800 in 5 years time

Samsung LC27JG52QQUXEN 27-Inch Curved WQHD 144 Hz LED Gaming Monitor - Dark Silver £259.99 Amazon
Found 2nd OctFound 2nd Oct
Excellent deal considering it was back up to £309.99. Dispatch says 1-3 months, but worth the wait!
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Anyone got this delivered yet? I got an email saying they are having stock issues and are going to try and deliver before Friday 19th Oct.


The 52 and 50 are the same item the 52 is for the European market, that's the only difference.


I have the 50 and it has the game style OSD


Not according to (scroll to the bottom) https://pcmonitors.info/samsung/samsung-c27jg52-and-c32jg52-curved-144hz-wqhd-models/


Couldn't detect PWM on the 32" 50 but I'm no reviewer (excited)

AOC G2460Pf Monitor 24" - Full HD, 1 ms, 144 Hz, FreeSync, height Adustable, pivot £129.97 @ Currys
Found 26th SepFound 26th Sep
Specification SCREEN Screen size 24" Screen technology LED backlit Resolution 1920 x 1080 Sign TN Coating matt PICTURE QUALITY Motion rate 144 Hz Brightness 350 cd/m² Viewing ang… Read more

Washed out and horrible colours, far from 'great'.


Great monitor. Ive had the PG (Gsync version) of this and it's great for gaming. I'm selling it in order to upgrade to the x34 posted before :p


Already posted and no stock anywhere, should be expired


I managed to grab one first time round. Bargain of course, but crap speakers and boy do you have to work hard to get a nice image out of it. Once you have tweaked all the settings its decent enough for an entry level 144Hz


yeah no stock

Hp omen I5 15.6inch 8gb ram laptop £799 argos
Found 25th SepFound 25th Sep
this looks a good deal for a quad core Intel with 8gb ram that's upgradable.

This has better specs for only £599 https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/asus-fx504gd-e4603t-gaming-laptop-699-or-599-with-code-and-6-months-bnpl-verycouk-3046013


Should have at least a 1050ti for this price really. Also not sure why it has or needs a 144hz screen?


Not great specs for the money

HKC G32 32-Inch 144 Hz LED Curved Gaming Monitor £240.04 @ Amazon
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
Yes, it's only 1080p, and not G-Sync, but for this price, the 32" 1800R curve, and 144Hz VA panel will compensate.



My rule of thumb is 24" and FHD is perfect @ stretched arm's length. I am stuck with a 27" FHD at work, and I've put it an extra 10-12 inches away to get the same effect. For gaming this monitor might be fine if not sitting close to it at all, but that's about it imo.


It's not THAT bad. My wife is using a 32 inch samsung tv as a monitor for games, it's really acceptable. But it's true, it's not ideal.




Screen size is too big for that resolution if you sit as close as most people do with PC monitors, you'll be able to see individual pixels imo

27" QHD (2560x1440) 144Hz Freesync Gaming Monitor - with eBay code £242.99 ebuyer_uk_ltd
Found 14th SepFound 14th Sep
Element Gaming is Ebuyer's new own brand so should be of a decent quality. There aren't many reviews yet, but this looks to be a great purchase at the price point. If anyone knows … Read more

I presume it's bad because it's EBUYER own brand - that's the key distinction here.


You presume it's bad simply because it's own brand? I've bought own brand monitors/TV's in the past that had superb image quality, they just lacked some of the bells and whistles of big names/prices.


They don't manufacture anything - all their own brand stuff is poor quality tat - they buy the tat and make it worse by sticking their name on it. They have a habit of buying crappy stock.


I guarantee that ebuyer had no part in the manufacturing of this device. All they've done is bought a few wholesale monitors from Korea and paid to have their name printed on the front. A lot of brands in the US and Canada have been doing the same thing for years.


Value for money sort of requires some form of quality as a prerequisite.. eBuyer isn't exactly known for selling quality in any way, shape, or form. Each to their own, though!

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Acer Predator GN246HL 24" LED Gaming 144Hz Monitor £139.98 Delivered @ eBuyer
Found 13th SepFound 13th Sep
Healthy price drop on this 1080P monitor by Acer. As it's from the Predator range, it has the 'gaming' styling and the specs you'd come to expect. 144Hz refresh rate, with a 1ms re… Read more



Without knowing, I allowed my eyes to be spoilt with 170hz(or whatver the high gsync rate is) for about 10mins a couple years back. Fortunately it wasn't beside a 60hz screen so I didn't notice too much of a big deal. I've vowed to never watch or play anything in over 60hz because I know I'd want to upgrade my monitor afterwards!


Received today and I'm blown away by the difference from 60 to 144hz! Sat next to my ips screen it's way brighter on default settings and obviously colours are slightly less rich but at this price you can't complain as I've found it to be a game changer for smooth, no tearing feedback!


Had this monitor for a over a year and I can’t fault it, had to replace my 144hz BenQ and I haven’t noticed a difference tbh


Any other recommendation ?

ElectriQ 27" Full HD 144Hz Freesync HDR Gaming Monitor £155 @ Debenhams plus
Found 28th AugFound 28th Aug
Screen size: 27” Resolution: Full HD (1920 x 1080) Aspect ratio: 16:9 Contrast ratio: 1000:1 Refresh rate: 144Hz Response time: 5MS (1ms GTG) Maximum power consumption: 44W … Read more
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£159.97 at laptops direct


3 reviews on site that rate it pretty high and yeah gone up to £175 now


showing as £175 for me :/


Currently looking for something with these specs. Can't seem to find a trustworthy review though :/


Been holding out for a cheap 144hz but still not sure on this brand. Heat given though. I'll wait for some feed back from a fellow gamer

Samsung LC49HG90DMUXEN 49" Curved 1ms Ultra Wide 144Hz Monitor - 32:9, Quantum Dot - £774.99 @ Amazon
Found 22nd AugFound 22nd Aug
Great deal considering the previous lowest price on Amazon was £959.97 according to camelcamelcamel
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That sounds about right. I would not expect the seller to deal with warranty replacements after so long. Their legal requirement to deal with replacements is actually really short. Historically for tech I have always ended up RMAing with OEM if it's not an early problem. No matter the seller, Ebuyer, Overclockers, Scan, Novatech, etc... Which is why I buy products from manufacturers with good warranty reputations and avoid the "send it to China and hope for the best" cheaper companies. The exception to this is if you buy the extended warranty from the seller.


Only if it goes wrong early enough. They wont act on devices that have warranties beyond 2 years - as I found out a couple of weeks ago. I have been playing pass the parcel with Amazon and the OEM for a couple of weeks trying to get an RMA on a 2.5 y/o dead device that has a 3 year warranty; in the end the OEM has issued one, but I am not happy with Amazon; it should have been RMA'ed, and refunded or replaced by now; instead I am just packaging it up to send out today.


Just put into a jar the money you would spend on buying a ticket, that way over time your guaranteed to afford this.


Still active for me. 36% claimed so far


Back up to £1,006.64

Element Gaming 27" QHD 144hz 1ms Gaming Monitor - £269.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 3rd AugFound 3rd Aug
Very good deal !
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Look at the previous monitor deal ;)


Here is your cheapest 1440p, 144hz, 27", IPS gaming monitor. It only has 4ms response time, but then again, it is IPS. It is £160 more, and not worth the extra imo. https://www.box.co.uk/MG279Q-ASUS-MG279Q-27-WQHD-IPS-FreeSync-144Hz-_1756943.html?wgu=13045_206719_15334982559366_bc6d2b3838&wgexpiry=1541274255&source=webgains&siteid=206719


So what? How else are you going to get 1ms response time and 144Hz Freesync? Sounds an awful lot like complaining just for the sake of it... The one thing I wouldn't care that much about on a gaming monitor is the viewing angle.


TN enough said


The only people who claim 4K isn't a waste are those who actually bought into it. I get that more detail is better, but how about running everything at full with no slowdown at 144Hz before looking to a resolution that brings improvements we don't really need right now.

samsung 49" Curved 1ms Ultra Wide 144Hz Monitor 749.99 - Amazon Prime DOTD
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Looks a very good price for this monster screen that needs no introduction for gaming fans. Amazon Prime only, it’s a Prime Day deal so won’t last long.
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Apparently Samsung will be launching a new version of this but it will be 5120 x 1440 120HZ which might be interesting subject to price and the set up needed to run it.


Thank you for the replys.


Yes, specifically 360 more vertical pixels (an extra 33.33%).


Will a 34" 3440 x 1440 monitor give me much more work space especially vertically to have 2 Excel spreadsheets open at the same time compared to a 1080 monitor?


Depends if you're bothered about 100hz+ (I personally am, and I own this one: https://www.amazon.co.uk/ASUS-Curved-PG348Q-3440x1440-monitor/dp/B01A9EN4YU/) but its expensive + gsync tax alternatives: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-LC34F791WQUXEN-Curved-Monitor-Speakers/dp/B01L98A326/ref=sr_1_14?ie=UTF8&qid=1531757208&sr=8-14&keywords=3440x1440&smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE https://www.amazon.co.uk/Acer-Predator-34-Inch-ZeroFrame-Adjustable/dp/B078JB4291/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1531757208&sr=8-5&keywords=3440x1440 Any 3440x1440 100hz+ monitor, basically.

Dell S2417DG 1440p 165hz GSYNC TN Gaming Monitor - £355.99 @ Amazon
Found 12th JulFound 12th Jul
This is the cheapest price it has ever been. Very good deal if you are after a very responsive and semi future proof gaming monitor. Be aware it is TN, although it has very good co… Read more
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Oooohh, thats good to know, thanks for the correction.


Heat for price but for me personally 24" 1440p is too small and this is a lot of money for a 24" monitor. If I had the cash and wasn't looking for the Gsynch which is where the premium price comes in I would grab a 27" 1440p 144hz monitor.


Other way round, 29' ultrawide is the same height as a 24' 16:9 monitor, so has a higher pixel density than 27' 16:9.


Not without looking for the range to be much more inclusive on the lower end of the low end. You also have to make sure your monitor supports HDMI FreeSync.


I'm not sure, I'd want to see one personally first, but I suspect it may be. If you think about the 1080p 29" ultrawide people often say thats the biggest ultrawide they'd want with that res, and 27" 1080P will have a higher pixel density than that.

ASUS VG248QE 24 inch Widescreen LED Multimedia 3D Monitor (1920 x 1080, 80000000:1, 144 Hz, 1 ms, DVI Display Port, HDMI) - Black £199.99 @ Amazon
Found 9th JunFound 9th Jun
Great monitor, good reviews and has dropped in price in the last couple of days
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Nice! Could you please reccomend a monitor for PS4 use only ?


The (QD VA) Samsung C24FG73 is the best overall 144hz/1080p/FreeSync monitor. But if you prefer TN, go for the Viewsonic XG202 or AOC G2590PX/Acer KG251QF. Those last 2 options use the newest TN panel from AU Optronics; which offers better contrast, colour accuracy and lower response times than previous-gen TN monitors. Here's a great price (£159.99) for the Acer screen mentioned - https://www.ebuyer.com/811123-acer-kg251qf-24-5-144hz-full-hd-gaming-monitor-um-kx1ee-f01 This is a much better buy than the ASUS from this deal.


So what's the best 1080p 144Hz monitor then?


I’ve literally just set this up having bought it yesterday for £10 more (that Amazon won’t refund!). Yes it’s bright if you leave it as it is out the box. Tinker with the settings and it’s fine, barely takes any time. The monitor itself, I should add, looks very impressive. I’ve just replaced a 10 year old Samsung and I bought that for about £180. This one is worth the money in my opinion


Before or after calibration?

Dell S2716DG 27-inch TN Gaming Monitor (1 ms Response Time, QHD 2560 x 1440 at 144 Hz, Nvidia G-Sync HDMI/DP/USB) - Black  £449.95 @ Amazon
Found 26th MayFound 26th May
Dell S2716DG 27 inch TN 1ms response QHD 2560 x 1440 at 144 Hz Nvidia G-Sync
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I haven't tried it myself but I would assume you do have to open a credit account with them. I did it in the past it is very easy to do so. Good luck anyway!


Hey...I'm trying to buy this from Very. I can't find the option Buy now Pay Later. Can you help me out please ? Do I have to select "Upgrade account" and apply for finance something with "take 3" ? When I try to apply the code it says I have to use my own credit for that code, and I do select my own credit/debit.. but still gives that error.


I purchased an ASUS VG248QE from warehouse deal for £135 back in 2016... I registered it with ASUS and a few weeks later I contact them about a a faulty menu button, within a few days they replaced it with brand new one.


I was going to grab one of these used ones but decided against it after reading this on the Warehouse Deals main page: "Do products come with a warranty? No. Used products generally do not come with a manufacturer's warranty but all of our items are backed by Amazon’s satisfaction guarantee."


I tried the Acer Z35 for about a week (mva 4ms) and returned because of the horrible mva black smears. I got the Dell 27 gsync instead and I've never seen anything so nice. I think you need 1ms for gaming above 100fps and 100hz. The combination of qhd high resolution and high frame rate is simply awesome. The size of text being too small with qhd etc. is bull manure: I use it for excell, Photoshop, all sorts of things and it's amazing. Definitely hot.

Acer Predator XB271HU 27" IPS 165hz(OC) G-Sync Monitor @ Amazon Prime for £450.17 delivered
Found 12th MayFound 12th May
Predator XB271HU Widescreen LCD Monitor NVIDIA G-Sync technology for ultra smooth gaming Ref rate 144 Hz, 4 ms response time for smoother and responsive gaming 144 HZ Refresh ra… Read more
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I can understand it was missed. I'm sure the returns people have a certain quota to hit and don't really have time to plug in and power on the monitor, and it does look pretty much immaculate when off (except for the impact point which in comparison to the crack is tiny). On the other hand, you'd think a monitor you're selling for £460 and are classing as 'like new' would be checked to make sure it switches on.


Holy cow! That's the worst I've ever seen. I'm amazed that was even allowed out of the building. The closest I can get to that was a smashed plasma TV I received from Amazon but that was half understandable as it has a glass screen and came in a particularly dodgy box.


Just thought I’d reply to yourself and update anyone who was thinking of ordering from amazon warehouse. I received the monitor today and although the box was a bit battered I expected that. Everything else seemed in good condition, a few marks to the bezel and one large one on the top left, as well as the included HDMI cable being missing I thought nothing of it until I turned the panel on only to be treated to a cracked LCD from the largest mark on the top left bezel spanning the display. I get why it would look immaculate to someone eyeballing it, but really they should just plug it in and make sure it’s not damaged before saying it’s in such a good condition. Great customer service, I should be receiving a replacement on Tuesday, but still hassle to send this one back.


Hey, thanks for the reply. I think I’ll go with it and hope for the best. Considering it’s advertised ‘like new’ I hope that they’ve classified it like that for a reason and they won’t give me a bad panel! Like you said, if I don’t like it I’ll just return it. I did have a web chat with them and they said returns would be free though.. well I’ll take that up with them if it comes to it. Thanks again :D


I got this from Amazon the other day lol We have noticed multiple returns from your account in the past 12 months. You have also requested refunds or replacements for some items that you returned. We’d like to know how we can better support your shopping experience. Please reply to this email and let us know why you returned your orders. Please learn more about our return policies in the Voluntary Returns Guarantee section of the Conditions of Use & Sale, available at the bottom of all Amazon.co.uk pages.

Acer XF250Q 24.5-inch Full HD Gaming Monitor , 240Hz, 1ms, Freesync £189.98 @ ebuyer
Found 3rd MayFound 3rd May
now even cheaper than before, seems like an incredible price for a 240hz monitor. Previous thread with comments that may help someone https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/acer-xf250q-… Read more
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now thats a good deal


Same thing goes for 1080p for me, even playing at 1440p makes switching back to 1080p look soooo fuzzy.


Bought, been waiting ages for a deal on a new monitor for gaming. Great reviews all over the place for it.


Yeah I understand, I'm not trying to be a **** either lol, it's just a feelsbadman.



Acer Predator GN276HL 27" LED Gaming 144Hz Monitor £159.93 @ Ebuyer
Refreshed 28th AprRefreshed 28th Apr
27” TN Panel 1920 x 1080 Full HD 1ms Response Time DVI, HDMI & VGA LED Backlight 144Hz Refresh Rate
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Unfortunately mate, this whole "1440p above 24" is a trendy cool thing that these Muppets have read on Reddit or something. I'd love to see those commenting about it to post an image of their current setup with their resolution visible.


No I actually fully understand the comment. I have a BenQ 27" 1080p 144hz monitor and love it, sharp as you like and no pixelation. This crap about 1440p above 24" is an internet "trendy" thing to say. But I will reinforce the point I'm making about this post being a "gaming" monitor with a 144hz refresh for under £160 quid. If you are a competitive gamer, crystal sharpness is not the priority, high frame rate, high response, and high refresh are. So if you don't want a 27" 1080p monitor, get out of the post and stop trying to tell me how to suck eggs you muppet.


thanks for the input but this has been oos for like 12 hours now and i have no idea why the thread is still open


For anyone on the fence, I use a 1080p 27" Samsung monitor connected to my 1440p 12" MacBook and it looks perfectly fine. Most people saying it's not sharp enough probably just haven't owned a 1080p monitor of this size before because it is. Sure it's not quite as razor sharp as the 226ppi macbook I'm typing on, but it's not bad by any means.


Christ. This thread. Some people should be ashamed of themselves, spouting off rubbish, or gloating. The monitor: I got this monitor the other week. It's light, bright, insanely fast and you don't notice the pixels. Pixels: my last/other monitor is a 27 inch viewsonic with a 1920x1200 res, so it's got more ppi. Yes, if I sit really close and sit there staring intently I can see a minor difference...but if anyone does that then they need to get themselves checked up from the neck up. Ghosting: Very verrrry minimal ghosting out of the box. Which can be all but eliminated by doing some research and tweaking. You can also use lightboost by researching lightboost of this monitors smaller version. And then messing about with certain settings etc. DO LOTS OF RESEARCH BEFORE ATTEMPTING IT. You can easily make the monitor pants itself. I know, I did it. And had to fix it, which was just a case of switching cables and resetting. All in all my monitor is fantastic. Bargain. Certain people above should do research and/or grow up.

Samsung C24FG70 24" 144Hz 1ms Curved Gaming Monitor - £199.97 @ Ebuyer
Found 23rd AprFound 23rd Apr
I've been looking for a decent enough 24inch monitor for a while but keeping coming across 27inch plus at only 1080p. This seems like a good compromise to me. The only curved moni… Read more

When it sent the second one back to Samsung for repair they said it was already on the latest firmware and did nothing with it. They just sent it back. This was around 9 months ago though - have they updated the firmware since then? When playing games on mine at 144Hz, the screen flickers with purple colours every few seconds and eventually sticks like it, leaving all darker colours looking bluish/purple (see below). The only way out of it is to switch back to 120Hz and then the colours return to normal. I just have to leave it at 120Hz now.


I might be wrong then. I do know that not all of them are affected as mine is fine. Have you contacted Samsung? A Google search shows there is a firmware fix.


An IPS panel potentially will look better but it costs a lot more to get one with 144hz and 1ms response time. This VA panel is designed to be a happy medium with the response time of a TN panel but improved colour with quantum dot technology. Also, you don't necessarily have to turn everything down to low. Install FRAPS and measure your frames on a game per game basis. Get a happy medium between frames and looks. Obvious at 144 frames you are getting the full potential of 144hz but sometimes I settle with anything over 100 if it means it looks a little better.


I've got a 970 too but my friend reckons I'd only be able to see the benefit from 144hz if I turned all my game settings down to low. He reckons I'd be better off going for an ips panel. What's your experience? Can this panel and my gfx card handle any modern games?


FreeSync has always been disabled on mine and I had the issue with both monitors using a GTX 980.

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