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Samsung-C27FG70-144Hz-Gaming-Monitor - £249.99 @ Amazon
Found 17 h, 21 m agoFound 17 h, 21 m ago
Samsung 27 inch curved gaming monitor. Delivery time 1 to 3 months, normally would expect Amazon to deliver in about 6 weeks. Could always cancel if you find better deal on Black F… Read more

I ordered this on the 2nd October and it arrived on the 19th oct just bug amazon support tell them to get more on order.


I'd give my left nipple for there to be a gsync monitor this good for this price.


I want this so bad


i commented but for some reason my comment was not approved. anyway, these monitors are notorious for their purple overshoot and i wouldn't suggest them, the newest aoc VA panels are both cheaper and better, as per pcmonitors reviews


It's only another £10 for the LC27JG52QQUXEN currently which is a 1440p/144Hz panel, and also on 1-2 month preorder. I'm wary of pulling the trigger on any of these Samsung monitors though, they all seem to have a good amount of 1 star reviews.

£20 off Element Gaming Monitor Orders at ebuyer w/code EG20
Found 19th OctFound 19th Oct
WAS £269, NOW £249 WITH CODE Element Gaming 27" QHD 144hz 1ms Gaming Monitor 2560 x 1440 QHD HDMI, Displayport & DVI 144hz /1ms Response Time AMD FreeSync

32” makes sniping soooo much easier


Considering 32-inch 2560x1440 is the same pixels-per-inch as 24-inch 1920x1080, I'd rather stick to 27-inch.


32” or go home


99.999999% it uses a horrible grainy coating


There are some comments in this thread that was posted before

144Hz Acer Predator gaming monitor GN246HL £129.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 19th OctFound 19th Oct
Sorry if it's been posted already, but got this in my email this morning and couldn't resist buying one.

Do I need to say that's more expensive again?


What about the price? It is this low because it uses the cheapest, lowest quality parts. There are TN panel monitors significantly better in regard to input lag, ghosting for less than £50 more like the XF240H, ok for entry-level high refresh rate gaming and has Freesync support, but still unacceptable for colour reproduction. If you want a 144hz monitor and can only afford this, you're better off waiting another month or whatever to save the extra money for something that isn't one of the worst possible choices.


You're not teaching anyone here, it's common knowledge. The point is the price.


being a TN panel is relevant for anybody interested in image quality and accuracy. Anybody doing image or video editing as well as gaming wants more than a mediocre looking screen, whether or not its smooth as hell


Good monitors start at around £150 (C24FG73), as I already have said multiple times... If someone cannot afford the additional ~£60 to get an actual decent 144Hz monitor over the GN246HL, then don't buy anything at all. The GN246HL is an absolute waste of money. I don't believe in random garbage Amazon reviews with one line of text saying "Great monitor that I randomly bought for my 12 year old great grandson!!". As I have already said (multiple times), I would actually do proper research before spending over £125. Going by actual trustworthy reviews/summaries, the monitor is garbage so I would never buy it

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Inno3D GeForce RTX 2080Ti X2 OC & Acer 34" G-SYNC 120Hz 3440x1440 Curved Gaming Monitor Bundle  £1999.99 / £2012.59 Delivered @ Overclockers
Found 18th OctFound 18th Oct
I know it's very expensive... but if you were looking to upgrade to a uber-high-end gaming display and also wanted an RTX2080 Ti too then it's not a bad deal at all from what I can… Read more

You would not use the HDMI with that card though...


The FE (and any blower card) is not going to perform as well as a custom heatsink and more airflow


I was working on averages. It has also been on sale at £799. (y)


still not regularly and that was also misprice not a sale, bless.


Ice cold. Even if the bundle was ever a deal, it was about £70 cheaper last week.

HP 27 Quad-HD Display - extra 40% off @ hp official site
TODAYTODAYFound 15th OctFound 15th Oct
£ 419.40 for this monitor: From the HP store - their blurb= 68.58 cm (27") QHD lightning … Read more

My Quidco has tracked. Let's see if it pays out.


If I was in the market I'd be jumping on this. Nice find!


Having ordered Ill be gutted if I could have got quidco as well... I know codes dont tend to sit too well with Quidco usually.


Is this 8% Quidco as well?



Acer ED246Y 23.8" Full HD / 4ms / 75Hz / PLS Monitor was £135.56 now £84.98 Del @ Box
Found 12th OctFound 12th Oct
Thought this was a super price, was this price recently at another retailer & posted but that's now gone back up to £150+. Next best is £99.97 & that's nearly sold out. Ex… Read more
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Just checked and the original deal is back on!


Now back to original price, shame!


Brought it where? ;)


4ms cold


Seems a solid price. I'd bite at this price, had I of not bought 2 AOC monitors recently. This looks like its got a slimmer profile, and at this price with a VESA mount, it seems a no brainer!

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AOC AG241QG AGON Series Gaming Monitor, 1 ms, G-Sync, 1440p, TN Panel, 144hz £359.99 Amazon
Found 11th OctFound 11th Oct
Great Price For A 1440p G-Sync 144hz Monitor TN Panel
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The AOC AG241QG (Listed above) is 165hz, just an fyi. The AG241QX is FreeSync with 144hz. You might want to edit the title/description :) I have the AG241QG myself and can say it's truly a very good monitor, will be getting a 2nd one in the future.


Exactly. If only people would stop buying gsync then they might rethink on how they sell it.


I'm not sure you know what g-sync is.


It's a money making thing. Otherwise they would allow Freesync


Sure but it’d be terrible. You won’t get a cheap 32” gsync 1440p monitor that’s for sure.

Omen by HP 27" QHD G-Sync Monitor £477.99 @
Found 11th OctFound 11th Oct
I've been looking at upgrading to a 1440p monitor for a while & after seeing the price, seemed like a no brainer & have just ordered it for myself. 2560x1440 G-Sync @165hz,… Read more
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Fantastic deal! Had a a AOC Panel for 4 years! Rock solid!


The current prices of these range of monitors is scandalous. I have an Acer XB270HU which I bought (alebit used) 6 months after its release for £380. With that I get G sync, 144hz and IPS at 1440p. The only downside is it's not the prettiest monitor to look at owing to the thick glossy bezels. However the panel in my unit is superb - minimal BLB and no dead pixels. Admittedly the IPS glow is a kicker but you only see if off centre in a dark room. I have looked at up/sidegrading to a different make of this type of screen but you'll struggle to find anything for less than £500 for 4 old tech, it's crazy. The more time goes on the more likely it is my Acer will be staying with me until it kicks the bucket.


There's been alot of scams lately with people selling monitors for dirt cheap!! I nearly fell for one with the Alienware AW3418DW which was listed for £650!!! Turns out 3 of the accounts had been hacked.


Will pull the trigger on this if the £340 I paid to a 3rd party Amazon reseller for an Acer Predator 27" 1440p 165hz G sync IPS monitor turns out to be a scam (I'm beginning to strongly suspect that it is). Sub £500 price seems good for these specs, would be an instabuy if it was an IPS screen.


The 165hz + G-Sync is certainly worth the extra cost in my opinion, I tried a G-Sync monitor at EGX and it was sooo smooth

Acer B247Ybmiprzx 23.8'' ZeroFrame IPS LED Monitor - £119.99 @ Ebuyer
Found 10th OctFound 10th Oct
Very nice price drop. Looks to be £150+ in most other places. Is also ZeroFrame which is a bonus! :D 1920 x 1080 Full HD DisplayPort, VGA & HDMI 75Hz / 4ms Response Time… Read more
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Anyone know if this pivots?


According to Acer spec this one also has adaptive sync (freesync) unlike the cheaper one, so might push you one way or the other.


If you don't mind about the VESA mounting, and don't care about the 75Hz instead of the usual 60Hz, have a look here: (£74.98)


Has VESA support if you’re into that kind of thing ;)

Acer Predator X34P Gaming Monitor - £799.99 @ Very
Found 9th OctFound 9th Oct
Predator X34P, 34in, IPS, WQHD Gaming Monitor, 4ms Response, 100Hz, NVIDIA G-Sync

No, the X amount off X spend. You can use them on anything, it was a £25 off £50+.


Yes but the 3 weeks going back and forth you mise well just go to the manufacturer and save the hassle, trust me ive been there


If you're talking about 20% off voucher I get them. Computer products are excluded along with most other useful items. I was going to get an rtx 2080 with it.


If this was a recent issue, flag it up on Resolver making sure you change your very email address on the account to the resolver email they give you. We managed to get a full refund and £140 compensation directly from them due to the stress they caused through mishandling our faulty item.


They can tell you what they like but your contract is with them. Probably would have bought this if I hadn't just spent my money off voucher on something else.

Samsung C27JG50 (VA) 27" 144Hz 1440p Monitor- Lightning deal @ Amazon £262.99
Found 8th OctFound 8th Oct
This was £220 a few months ago and went back up to £309.99. The C27JG52 is currently (practically identical monitor) £259.99 (no 'lighting deal', regular discount) although it ha… Read more

Damn that sucks. My replacement is being delivered but DHL are coming in the middle of the day when no one is home (I'm in Ireland, previous delivery was AnPost, they came at 7am). They also don't deliver on weekends either so I'll have to go to their office and get a taxi back after work (cause their office closes 17:30!). "Free" delivery my ass. If this one is faulty I won't bother anymore, I'll just get a refund and buy another brand. You won't bother doing quality control, I won't give you my business.


Amazon now says my C27JG52 will be arriving 18th-22nd :)


Thanks a lot for the answer & info ;)


Will do. Definitely getting a refund if this one gets a problem, looking at other reviews for this and the 4K models, quality control is pretty bad by Samsung.


Also, keep checking it, the last one didn't have any dead pixels on it at first, apart from that grey mark, then after about half an hour one appeared.

G-SYNC 100Hz 3440 x 1440 AOC AG352UCG 35-Inch Widescreen MVA LED Multimedia Curved Monitor £677.06 @ Amazon
Found 8th OctFound 8th Oct
Price drop. Lowest ever price new on Amazon?
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Mva, cold


Cold cycle of reasoning Cold..... launch price is too expensive. Cold.... it should be lower in a few months black friday Cold..... you call that black friday deal? Cold...... black friday deals was lower Cold..... New version is coming, will wait for a pricedrop...... Cold... old version


Seeing the prices of the monitors now this is not a had price considering its a G-Sync 144p ultrawide. Heat from me! The Omen was a hotter deal tho!


This used to be the price when it first came out, what happened, great monitor but I wouldn't pay more than 600 for it myself


Have the new black edition, best pc upgrade I've ever had.

Acer SA240Ybid 23.8" Full HD IPS 4ms Monitor £74.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 8th OctFound 8th Oct
Was already cheap, is now even cheaper. You can check the full description on Acer website: Technical Information S… Read more

what is the height of the monitor. specs say around 40cm which sits low to me


Yes free delivery is basically them sitting with the order for X days. Mine too is the 18th. I don't know ebuyer but Amazon usually ship earlier than the day they specify.


Yeah I think that’s exactly what I did lol


I saw the same but when you get to delivery screen you have the option of paying £9.99 for next day delivery. I assume you picked the free ‘no rush’ delivery like me?


I ordered it yesterday, but expected delivery says the 18th, but when I ordered it, it said I would receive it the next day if I ordered within X amount of hours. If anyone has had it delivered, how long did it take to get to you?

Dell Alienware AW2518HF 25" 240Hz FreeSync Gaming Monitor £214.80 @ ITCSales
Found 8th OctFound 8th Oct
Excellent 1080p gaming monitor! Report Description: Small defect to anti-glare coating of LCD, resulting in pin-point "bubble" to very top left corner - just within the LCD ar… Read more

It's gotta be a TN.


TN, IPS, VA, OLED? Don't tell me people STILL don't know what they're paying for?


Only 1 slightly damaged in stock Report Description: Small defect to anti-glare coating of LCD, resulting in pin-point "bubble" to very top left corner - just within the LCD area. It is notible but very minor.

Dell G-SYNC S2716DG BARGAIN Official £380.82 @ Dell
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
Bargain price, one of the best G-SYNC 144Hz Monitors out there
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A bit late to this party but anyone still interested you can get this for £368.94 from Amazon Also noticed a reasonable budget Free-Sync monitor (SE2717H) for £159.99 from Amazon down from £404


Absolutely. LG are releasing a new IPS panel in a few months (27" 1440p IPS) which hopefully is much better than the current 144Hz IPS monitors. Right now you have these options: £200-300: 1: B-tier branded IPS freesync 144Hz monitors with little-to-no warranty, although potentially pretty decent. Such as the Mbest 144Hz monitor. 2: One of the new CJG5 monitors from Samsung, but with fairly average colours, high response times, potential VA smearing/ghosting, no freesync or g-sync and potential PWM dimming/flickering (depending on model) (A pass IMO). £300-500: 1: Almost nothing, although Dell’s new S2719DGF looks good. No g-sync though, and unsure of the price, though overall far better than the S2716DG. Also TN. 2: The MG279Q and XF270HUA (Asus being much better, although overpriced, both IPS), although no-gsync. £500+ 1: Any of the five IPS 144Hz g-sync monitors will be fine, but I'd rather wait for LG's new monitor/panel (especially if you're spending so much).


Since I upgraded my graphics card, finding a good 27" 1440p monitor is proving to be an absolute nightmare.


You clearly haven’t owned many TN monitors then. The S2716DG actually has a lot of overshoot ghosting, which is more of an issue than the slight ghosting an IPS monitor might entail. The contrast ratio isn't a big issue on the S2716DG, it’s just lower than average (1000:1). The AOC G271QG and XG2703-GS both managed to consistently exceed >1050:1 (unlike the S2716DG which only manages <930:1). I agree, the IPS glow and backlight bleed is a real problem on the IPS g-sync 144Hz monitors specifically, although this trade-off is definitely worth it over horrible <93% sRGB, low gamma and obvious banding that the S2716DG has. This is a marketing number, the S2716DG (while advertised as 1ms) only managed a 4ms (coincidentally) response time (100% of pixels) when tested. I agree, viewing angles are somewhat irrelevant (especially with gaming), which is why I didn’t mention them. Actually (excluding subreddits like /r/monitors, which isn't that much of an exception) most people on reddit ignorantly praise the S2716DG. Also what I'm saying is factually backed by trustworthy reviews, not a blind assumption/opinion. Except the S2716DG notable has horrible colours (<93% sRGB) and awful banding. TN panels can be decent (depending on implementation from the manufacture), but they all suffer from vertical gamma shift and (while not always relevant) poor viewing angles (compared to IPS at least) making them unsuitable for anything other than gaming. I don't actually own an IPS gaming monitor, until recently I had a 144Hz TN monitor and I found TN to be absolutely fine.


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ASUS 144Hz 24 inch Widescreen LED Multimedia 3D Monitor with Free Black ops  4 Promo £199.97 @ Amazon
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
I purchased this monitor myself even though i know there are curved monitors out there at similar prices or less in fact with the recent excellent Samsung deals but i did want bla… Read more
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Amazon have removed the free Black Ops as it appears to be an error. The ASUS promotion includes the slightly more expensive MG284QE and not the advertised VG284QE.


I've the 27" version of this monitor & can't fault it... try 3d vision it's not as new as VR but for clearer resolution in 3d it still is way ahead of VR...


if you want a TN panel get the XG2402, otherwise the AOC C24G1 is the best 1080p 144hz curved VA out there and cheaper than samsung


This monitor came out 6 years old and is always around this price point.


Don't get this monitor, it's absolutely awful. There are much better monitors around the £200 mark.

Asus VA326H 31.5" Full HD 144Hz Curved Gaming Monitor £249.99 Delivered @ Box
Found 5th OctFound 5th Oct
Nice looking gaming monitor, with at least £100 off the next best price online. 31" Full HD curved screen, with a 144Hz refresh rate, 4ms response time and VESA mountable. … Read more

I think obvious why, but I'll still explain that most people game on a PC at a close proximity tot the screen so 1080p on 31.5" would look pretty bad, My son has a 1440p 32" and that is just about OK...


About 2m when I’m gaming, why you ask?.


are you sat under 1 meter from your 55" TV?


Hmm ,he'll tell you later ..... (skeptical)


and do you, or are we talking hypothetical?

HP OMEN 17-AN021NA - i7-7700HQ - 17.3 Full HD 120hz G-Sync Screen - 16GB DDR4 - 128GB M.2 NVMe + 1TB HDD - Geforce GTX 1070 With Free VR Headset - £1,499.97 @ Box
Found 4th OctFound 4th Oct
Seems decent for the price plus it comes with a free ACER VR headset and 2 motion controllers

Why the minus? This is a pretty sweet deal for a laptop of this spec


This or the acer predator helios 500? Any thoughts anyone ?


Scorching deal! Though I always get put off when laptops start weighting around the 3kg mark or higher.

Dell Alienware 34-inch WFHD Curved Gaming Monitor, 21:9 Ratio, 4ms  £549.99 Delivered with code @ Laptop Outlet
Found 3rd OctFound 3rd Oct
Great price on this Curved Ultrawide Alienware monitor, with a 4ms response time it's a perfect choice for gaming. You'll need to use the code LOCT50 at checkout to get the disc… Read more

AW3418DW you mean.


Nothing wrong with 1080p on a 34". I'm running 2560x1080 on a 165hz LG 34UC89-G and it's perfectly fine. You'll never notice it in games, you'll get much higher framerates than 3440x1440, and you can always play around with the zoom/scaling on Chrome and other apps if so inclined...


I wouldn't bother at 1080p on a 34inch, I have a 29inch ultrawide which is the absolute maximum size for 1080p on ultrawide imo. I'd save up and spend a little more on something with 1440p.


Damn was hoping 1440


You could always change the resolution. That way you benefit from the higher resolution with things like browsing and less intensive games. Just a thought

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