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Acer 27 inch Predator Wide ZeroFrame WQHD LED Gaming Monitor - 165Hz(OC) - G-Sync - 1440p - TN - £439.25 @ Amazon
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
Acer Predator XB271HUA - More info Usually dispatched within 2 to 4 weeks. Dispatched from and sold by Amazon. Features & details Experience high-end visual performance wi… Read more

£477.42 now - expired


Got this for around 500 a while back, good monitor.


Mine was weird, first the Tobii camera didn’t work properly. But after that I got a weird LCD glitch that created yellow streaks across the screen. Checked all cables and screenshots on other devices so it’s definitely the monitor.


tobi eye tracking one by any chance? alot of people seem to have issues with these luckily i didnt


Couldn’t recommend Acer monitors after my experience with the Black Friday offer they did. Sent my monitor off twice, once in feb, then in March. Still waiting for my refund from scan on that.

MSI OPTIX G24C 24" 1920X1080 VA FREESYNC 144HZ 1MS CURVED WIDESCREEN GAMING MONITOR - £194.99 / £206.99 Delivered @ OCUK
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
I think this monitor was posted a few days ago for £199.99. A few more quid off might be enough to make you want to bite. Features: - 23.6" LCD panel LED Backlight (1920 x 1080 F… Read more

I’ve been looking to replace my old TN panel for months now but could never decide what to buy. The reviews for this monitor are superb, ordered. TY OP. (highfive)


Nice. Happy with it?


Picked one up yesterday 🔥


i wish it wasn't curved


The dynamic contrast ratio is a bit low for my liking! :D But yeah, good deal. I'm tempted too.

LG 27GK750F-B 27" FreeSync 1ms HDMI 240Hz Gaming Monitor With FREE Gaming Keyboard & Mouse - £379.97 @ Laptops Direct
31/07/2018Expires on 31/07/2018Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
Excellent deal, bought 1 very happy with my purchase and service from Laptops Direct! Don’t need the FOC keyboard and mouse so on to eBay they go! :
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No thanks!




Nice find @EllisDee_1 - thanks for sharing. Great first deal :)

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Acer Predator GN246HL 24 inch 144hz Gaming Monitor £159.98 @ Amazon/Ebuyer
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Update: Amazon are now price matching! Seems to be a fairly good price :) Paste time: General 3D Capable Yes Aspect Ratio Widescreen - 16:9 Backlight Technology LED backlight B… Read more

Can recommend f.lux as been using it for the last few years. However, for those on Win10 like myself, it now has a built in function which does the same thing. It's called Night Light for anyone not wanting another program to install.


Maybe using f.lux could help if you are using the monitor with a PC/Mac: Quite a lot of settings and options. It is free btw.


Must be selling these off now, cause the 27 inch version was the exact same price last week from eBuyer.


I think the main reason for this is that ULMB/lightboost at the highest setting dramatically reduces the brightness of the image on the screen. This means for the tech to work the overall brightness offered needs to be super high. And it is worth it. Lightboost is fantastic at reducing blur. But I'm not sure you can have lightboost active while using highest refresh rate or with gsync active. As for the quality of the image being degraded at lower brightness, I've got a similar display and have the brightness set at 0 in the on screen menu. However i've also tweaked the colour and a couple of other settings and have a fantastic looking display. I dont have the hardware to calibrate the display myself but borrowed from another. It isn't as accurate as the ips it sits next to, but there isn't a huge difference once both are calibrated. In addition, the ips can't do 240hz, so each has its place. I know many gamers seek out high brightness displays and that high brightness is a requirement when showing 3d content so that may also play a part. In fact I believe lightboost is a part of the Nvidia 3d offering so they go hand in hand. But it would be nice to have a greater range on the brightness slider.


I got this about a week ago on offer. It is great, but one BIG issue anyone buying should be warned about is it is VERY BRIGHT! Since having it I feel like I am staring into lamp. It also is bad if you ever use a webcam or camera in general as it will wash your face out. Even with the light off in my room this thing makes everything lit up. Now you can lower it but I find it loses a lot of quality. Just a warning. I am happy with it for gaming but for general use I use my old screen instead.

ACER Predator GN246HLBbi Full HD 24" 3D LED Gaming Monitor £189.99 @ Currys
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
I believe this is 144hz. Not a bad deal.
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If you're happy with your current monitor I'd say stick with it. I've a 28" 1080P 144hz myself and I sit about 2 ft from it. I can't see any pixels and the image looks decent to me. The only downer perhaps is the lack of HDR but I'll hang on for now also - there are a number of HDR monitors on the way and hopefully prices will come down ;)


No, not if you're happy with your current monitor. All comes down to personal preference. If you're not noticing the individual pixels then it really won't make too much difference, and you'll be more annoyed about the 3 inch loss to the screen. Lots of people have 1080p 27" monitors and are happy with them, all comes down to personal preference.


I've also heard this. Depends how close you sit to the screen though. If you're close a 24" will be better.


Would if make sense for me to sell my 27 inch 144hz 1080p monitor for a 24 inch 144hz one like this one? I've heard that 27 inches is a bit big for 1080 and I would get much better graphical fidelity at 1080p with a 24 incher.

Acer XF240H 24" Full HD FreeSync Gaming Monitor - £179.99 delivered @ Ebuyer
Found 11th AprFound 11th Apr
Today's daily deal on ebuyer 1920x1080 144hz Freesync 1ms response time Built in speakers

1080p 240hz > 1440p 144hz


I know I posted this deal and all but if anyone's thinking about it, I'd go with Amazon instead of ebuyer for as long as they're the same price!


1440p 144hz > 4K


1080ti, if you can't afford, this monitor is still great.


With what card to power it?

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HP OMEN X 35-Inch Curved Gaming Monitor (Nvidia G-Sync 3440 x 1440 Pixel Ultra-wide Quad HD (UWQHD) 4ms 100Hz Refresh Rate @ delivered - £610.98
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
GET LOST IN THE GAME , See what your graphics card is really made of on this curved 35" diagonal UWQHD 21:9 display. MAXIMUM AGILITY , Never let a display disrupt your winning str… Read more

I’m sick an idiot, I placed an order for one but went in the next day to cancel it as I wanted to find it from another CC (cheaper currency fees), the e-mail that came through actually said it failed to cancel it yet I didn’t take the time to read it I assumed it was cancelled. Long story short I have 2 delivered. Does anyone near Sheffield want to purchase one please, the boxes are massive.


still waiting for links to, 'Better monitors for the same price' (annoyed)


Bad experience then you had :) Sucks getting faulty goods


He said... or 1440p alternative.


If the idea of coil whine (like a mosquito) coming from the monitor bothers you, I'd skip the x34a.

MSI Optix G27C2 27-Inch 1920x1080 VA FREESYNC 144Hz 1ms Curved Widescreen Gaming Monitor £269.99 - Amazon - Cheapest its ever been!
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
27" LCD panel LED Backlight (1920 x 1080 Full HD) 144Hz Refresh Rate 1800R curve panel design Adaptive FreeSync

I know its not the same price bracket but spotted this, some warehouse deals at £410, for those wanting some extra specs


That was the 24" Mate.. As for the first comment, its actually a really good monitor with a hell of a lot more favorable reviews than bad, wish I could afford 3 it would be a brilliant setup !


Wasn't this £199.99 a few weeks back? Or was that the 24inch version?


Not a good monitor based on reviews and internet chatter.

ASUS VP228HE 21.5-inch FHD Gaming monitor (1920 x 1080) - £86.98 @ Amazon
Found 4th AprFound 4th Apr
21.5" Full HD monitor with 1ms (GTG) quick response time to eliminate ghosting and tracers for more fluid video playback ASUS-exclusive GamePlus provides Crosshair and Timer funct… Read more

OOS most places unexpired this deal as some people won't be able to get it.


Thanks Scott expired this deal now and posted one at Argos.


Also upto 75 Hz, might be OK for a console gamer or someone on a real budget.

Scottc123 £68.99 at Argos

Acer Predator GN276HLbid Gaming Monitor 69 cm (27 inch Wide 16:9 FHD 144 Hz 1 ms 100M:1 ACM 300 nits) £159.99 delivered @ eBuyer
Found 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
Lowest ever price (y) The 1920 x 1080 resolution of the Acer GN276HLbid LED monitors delivers high detail 144 Hz¹ rapid refresh rate and 1 ms response time for the smoothe… Read more
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I've been using 27" for years ips and I have no issues in regards to people saying it's to big


TN panel sadly, one to avoid :( Cheap enough but nothing special


Get a 1440p for single player, drop the resolution to 1080p @ 144hz you play multiplayer, problem solved


Suppose that depends on future gfx card upgrades, could get a 1440p 144hz monitor, play at 60hz till bitcoin and the like collapse, and you can buy a cheap 1080ti?


Depends what kinds of games you want to play with it. Games like PUBG suffer from lower resolution screens for making enemies out in the distance. Using anti-aliasing isn't ideal either since it basically adds a filter to your image removing some detail. Games like GSGO, would be just fine since you aren't really having to deal with long distance enemies. So detail will be more than solid enough and AA wouldn't effect your ability to see at a distance. 2560x1440 at 27" with 144hz would be more ideal for an all around great competitive gaming monitor. But this would be just fine for most games. Although somewhat lacking for others.

Cheap 24" Gaming Monitor (144hz & 1ms response time) £199.99 @ Currys
Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
Samsung C24FG73 Full HD 24" Curved QLED Monitor Full HD 1920 x 1080p Response time: 1 ms Input: HDMI / DisplayPort Can be wall mounted Panel: VA No inbuilt speakers, but … Read more
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Got one of these a couple of months ago and can't fault it. Love it


Keep an eye on this, drops to £199 regularly, great monitor ASUS VG248QE 24 inch Widescreen LED Multimedia 3D Monitor (1920 x 1080, 80000000:1, 144 Hz, 1 ms, DVI Display Port, HDMI) - Black


144hz pretty wasted on console. Be better off going for a 4K monitor for PS4 pro imo


1ms doesn’t make any difference. Input lag could be anything above 10ms


Includes freesync. Relevant if you have an AMD gpu.

Acer Predator gaming monitor 24" with G-sync and 240Hz refresh rate £329.97 @ Amazon - (Temporarily out of stock)
Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
This is a steal of a deal with normal price being £500+. I know its out of stock (fulfilled by amazon), but still worth trying to get it at this price point. Tech spec here https… Read more

Only just made hot I expect, just report as expired.


Why is this revived? The price is back way up.


I was curious and had a look at Sam's comment history and there's not a lot of things that makes this person happy. NEXT!


This site has cost me a lot in the past week. The Samsung nvme with farcry 5 and now this. Just thought I would report that mine has been despatched delivery tomorrow.


got this monitor from overclockersuk when it was 300, can confirm its an absolute beast and wouldnt trade it for anything else (atm)

Acer 27in WQHD Gaming Monitor, 1ms Response, FreeSync™, Speakers £194.99 @ Very
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
Reach your gaming potential with a 27" WQHD monitor that offers AMD FreeSync™, lightning fast response times and an aggressive yet ergonomical design. Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Computin… Read more
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No there not sweetheart


i have a 1060gb 6gb card and handles most games at 60fps 1440p reason i only bought a 1440p 75hz monitor


Nope, AMD prices are affected more because they're better at mining than nvidia cards.


Chill out snowflake. Opinions are still allowed so pipe down.


I've got a 4k screen; you run games at 1080p, you have the OS/desktop at 4k. Only bit that significantly goes to hell is Origin and a few minor apps.

Samsung LC24FG73FQUXEN 24-Inch FHD 1920 x 1080 Curved Gaming Monitor - £199.99 @ Amazon
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Adjustable Display Refresh Rate: Change the screen refresh rate. A higher refresh rate can reduce eye strain.DisplayPort : 60 Hz/100 Hz /120 Hz/144 Hz HDMI1, HDMI2 : 60 Hz /100 Hz… Read more

The panel from S25HG50 is TN panel made by AU Optronics. The C24fg73 panel manufactured by Samsung

callofdute1 I bought this one is this better?




Vesa too?

Samsung C24FG73 24" Curved Gaming Monitor - £213.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 27th MarFound 27th Mar
Technical Specification Display Screen Size: 23.5" Resolution: 1920x1080 Response Time: 1ms(MPRT) Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Viewing Angle (H/V): 178°(H)/178°(V) Panel Type: VA Color Sup… Read more

Great price but these days I don’t think it’s really worth investing in a 1080p monitor. If you’ve the power to drive 144hz gaming and actually get the frames to make that worthwhile you may as well go 1440p. If you don’t have the power then no point going 144hz.


Thank you, I am going to contact them for a price match ;)


Amazon and currys now beating it at £199.99. Thanks for the post, finally finished my full set up!


Curry’s have beaten ebuyer.


See if you can get amazon to price match as ebuyer is s#*t

Alienware 24.5 Inch Full HD, TN, 240Hz, 1ms, AMD FreeSync, Display Port, USB 3.0, Widescreen LED Gaming Monitor - £299.99 @ Very
Found 25th MarFound 25th Mar
Use code: LXJYM at checkout to get the discounts for new accounts only! Not a fan of Alienware but this is as good as it gets. Full HD, 240hz, 1ms and 25”!

You can't say that then say "also distance to monitor", lmao.. That's essentially same as screen size. What do you think is happening when you get closer to a monitor? Don't talk about FOV without talking about resolution, don't talk about resolution without talking about screensize. There's an obvious reason why gamers have moved on from 19inch/1024x1024 monitors. I actually remember when there was a debate by some that it was the most ideal for gamers and anything more was too much. The only moment it's too much is when you find yourself turning your head. Depending on what game you play, you'll find seeing specific things are easier when your monitor is larger. A 5.5inch screen is not equal to a 30inch screen, considering a 5.5inch essentially is a phone and you're holding it up real close. Try it.


who said that


Thats not how it works lol, field of view is how you see more not screen size... Also distance to monitor.


Owned this monitor, I much prefer the AOC Ag251fz. The alienware doesn't even have low blue light or an option for low input lag.


True for colour and viewing angle, but not for contrast and speed. For a gaming monitor, TN is still a reasonable choice.

Samsung C24FG70 24" 144Hz 1ms MPRT Gaming Monitor – Matt Black £199.99 @ Amazon prime exclusive
Found 23rd MarFound 23rd Mar
Samsung C24FG70 24" 144Hz 1ms MPRT Gaming Monitor - Matt Black The only curved monitor with super-fast 1ms response time Applying Samsung’s advanced motion blur reduction technol… Read more

I bought this last week from Argos for the same price. First impressions are very good. Lovely monitor, colours are crisp and vibrant. The 144hz jump from 60hz whilst gaming is definitely worth the investment - the games seem so much smoother. I don't quite see the benefit of the curve but I suppose it's just another gimmick to add to the specs. I upgraded from an Ilyama 22" Full HD monitor and this blows it out of the water. Very happy with the purchase thus far and I'd highly recommend if you're in the market for a 144hz monitor. Hope this helps!


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