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Gaming monitors are specially made forr hardcore PC gamers. You can get 4K gaming monitors that display games in ultra-HD quality or 144hz gaming monitors which make the gaming action feel almost like real life. It's possible to find a cheap gaming monitor – just check out the latest deals and offers here on hotukdeals.
Lenovo G25-10 24.5-inch FHD WLED 144hz Gaming Monitor (Student Discount) - £154 @ Lenovo
Posted 1st JunPosted 1st Jun
Step 1: Click on the 'discount programmes' button in the top right. Step 2: Click on the student discounts join now and log into your Student beans account. Step 3: Find the G25-1… Read more

I am receiving thew I am receiving the same issue now


Anyone know if you can mount this monitor?


Checkout says "FLASHSALESNEAKPEEK" is expired, despite it being plastered all over the website. Definitely something buggy happening. I tried calling sales support but have been hung up on during hold 4 times now. Signed in with StudentBeans.


Yeah I don't mind going bigger. I'm running a 25" 2.7k dell screen at the moment and the DPI seems perfect


Yeah I did that, still didn’t allow me to apply the code saying it was invalid.

Samsung WQHD 144Hz 27" CJG50 Curved High Resolution Gaming Monitor - £247.20 delivered @ Samsung Store
Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
With Unidays or applying to Samsung's student account you can get £61.80 off the CJG50. There are other monitors as well which you can get a deal on. Display Screen Size (Inch)… Read more

I have these in 32". I think they're great for the price range. No issues with general use or high demand games.


I think I have this one, the model numbers are confusing. I'm pretty crap at all games but due to my old i5 2500k rig dying and me getting a 1660 super and new system based on Ryzen, I've been playing games. Mortal Kombat 11 looks great, especially since the last time to played was mortal Kombat (no numbers) on the Amiga (was also on the Sega master system) Heh, bit off topic, sorry (:I

Sent 2 of these back, couldn't handle the ghosting from high paced fps unfortunately


VA screen 4ms GtG typical Surprised by lack of even Freesynq. Lots of other models in same price bracket with more versatility. Cold There are now newer models of the Samsung CJG50 series including the Samsung C27JG56 and the Samsung C32JG56. The CJG56 models feature AMD FreeSync


Not much of a "gaming monitor" if it doesn't have adaptive sync. I don't expect the response times to be any decent either.

ASUS VP28UQGL, 28 inch 4K(3840x2160) Gaming Monitor, 1ms, DP, HDMI, FreeSync, Ergonomic Design, Low Blue Light - £229 delivered @ Amazon
Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
Good size Asus monitor with height adjustable stand. Lowest price on Amazon. Think they are price matching Currys. 28-inch 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) monitor for stunning photo-… Read more
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Oh sorry. I nearly got into buying it until I realized it's 60hz


I know this is 60hz. I was replying to the poster suggesting not being 144hz was a deal breaker, which was a ridiculous thing to say at this price point.




Gone for this as cheapest 4K with portrait / pivot stand seen so far. Thanks OP (y)


4k IPS 60hz is available at this kind of price of you look around. I would not buy 4k TN. Or Asus, for that matter...

Dell G5 15" FHD WVA 144Hz, Ryzen™ 5 4600H, 8GB, RX 5600M 6GB, 256GB M.2 PCIe NVMe Gaming Laptop, £899.10 with code at Dell
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Nice specs laptop for the money, might suit someone. Credit to @bract1939 for the new code, thank you :) Processor AMD Ryzen™ 5 4600H Mobile Processor with Radeon™ Graphics Op… Read more

I'd pay the extra £100 for the 4800H version with double the ram and SSD size.




I think yes to both hot & noisy. Some big technical bod from AMD recently admitted that the 5600M, whilst capable, isn't the most thermally efficient GPU. I'm sure they'll get better & (hopefully) overtake Nvidia. If you can afford to hang on for another year or two (I can) then wait. If you can't, then this is pretty good for the money.


Have a look at the review in the top comments section.


Looks good Any idea how hot and noisy it’ll be for standard use and also gaming?

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Acer Nitro VG252QPbmiipx Full HD Gaming Monitor G-Sync - 24.5" - IPS Panel - 144 Hz - HDR 400 - £218.27 Delivered @ Amazon Italy
Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
This monitor uses the same panel as the ASUS VG259Q and looks like a good price. Also the same screen as this model - Acer Nitro XV253QPbmiiprzx. Looks like the XV253QP has a diffe… Read more

144Hz means smoother visuals and support for higher FPS but the tradeoff is a smaller screen and slightly worse graphics.


By Acer do you mean Asus VG249Q? And by AOC do you mean 24G2U? Also funnily enough, i heard the ASUS VG249Q had the better stand but other than that it was down to colours. Which is entirely subjective, meaning the AOC 24g2u over saturates things (could possibly make things look prettier) however the asus vg249q has a more accurate colour representation using sRGB.


As Azani said the differences are minor. AOC seems to have a good stand but some strange colour settings, whilst the Acer will lock you to normal overdrive whilst using freesync and the cheap Asus has an awful stand etc etc. Probably worth just going for the one that's cheapest [and available!!!] In theory they're supposed to be around £130-£150 each, not seen that for anything but the Acer though.

Azani Found this reddit thread on it, it seems generally the Asus ones are better though also the most expensive. but really it seems like you can't really go wrong with any of them


Will they all be as good as each other ? For example I was eyeing the AOC 24G2U but there’s no stock in england so I pulled the trigger on the ASUS TUF VG249Q. Is the Asus or the AOC better ?

ASUS TUF Gaming VG249Q - 23.8'' 1080p IPS 144Hz Monitor (1ms, FreeSync) £193.12 (£187.65 w fee free card) @ Amazon IT
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
23.8-inch full HD (1920x1080) ips gaming monitor with 144hz refresh rate designed for professional gamers and fast gameplay Features ASUS Extreme Low Motion Blur (ELMB) technology… Read more
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I have been looking at monitors for a fortnight to have a second screen now I'm working at home, but everything in the UK worth having seemed to be out of stock and / or prices were ridiculous (e.g. the AOC 24G2U monitor selling for £270 at CCL when it was £100 less in February - most likely why they were the only UK seller with stock). I decided to order from Amazon in Europe as I've bought PC components from them previously and they claimed to be receiving stock before most of the UK stores. Ordered the AOC 24G2U from Amazon.FR on Friday (29th) and it was dispatched yesterday for Thursday delivery - £188.15 including delivery with a fee-free credit card. Definitely worth checking elsewhere and checking stock regularly - Amazon.ES and .FR seemed to be the cheapest.


Heat! I bought this monitor from Amazon UK about 2 weeks ago for £209 (it's now £265!). I love it! I might have been lucky but there were no dead pixels and I don't really see any back light bleed (but then again, I never use the monitor in the dark anyway). I mainly play Overwatch on it and for me, 144hz makes a massive difference compared to 60hz, I feel like I'm more accurate especially when having to quickly turn around and acquire a target. The 144hz works over HDMI too so don't need a DisplayPort cable unless you want to use FreeSync over G-Sync. It uses a normal 'kettle lead' too which is good because there's an issue of some of the boxes only turning up with an EU plug and not a UK one. After loads of 1 star reviews on Amazon specifically because of this, Amazon staff have been manually putting UK plugs in the box but the one I got had the wrong connection type on the other end so didn't fit! Luckily I already had a spare power supply cable around so used that.


It's preference really, they are both really good monitors. I'd go for the ASUS if having more accurate colours is important.


Which would be the better option to go for if they were the same price ? The AOC 24G2U or ASUS TUF VG249Q?


Yeah, no wide gamut on this one, from what I've heard this screen has less saturated colours than the 24G2U, should be more accurate. Seems like a great monitor, I'd consider getting one personally but the lack an audio out port bugs me.

ASUS VA326HR Curved 32" FHD Freesync 144Hz VA Vesa Gaming Monitor, £199 at Currys
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Back in stock, decent specs monitor for the money, might suit someone. Specification MPN: 118778 Audio output: 3.5 mm jack x 1 Connections: - HDMI x 1 - VGA x 1 Weight: 11.5… Read more

how far away would you have to be from the screen for this to be clear?


FHD on a 32" monitor for children to play computer games on is absolutely fine. It is no different than watching a full HD 32" TV, coping with the speed of movement is the most important thing and this monitor will be more than adeqate.


Will this also work with gsync?


Please show the 1440P+ 144hz monitor you’ve seen for less than £200.


I don't see the problem, I just set my 32inch 1440p monitor to 1080p and it looks fine.. Obviously 1440p is sharper.

Lenovo G32qc-10 31.5" WLED QHD 144hz Curved Gaming Monitor £299.99 @ Lenovo UK
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Level up your game with this incredible 31.5-inch curved QHD monitor. With NearEdgeless bezels and a high contrast ratio, experience an engaging gaming experience. Equipped with AM… Read more

There are no speakers on board. There is a 3.5mm audio out jack you can connect to an external audio device


Just wondering what you mean by audio? The listing on Lenovo's site says there are no built-in speakers.


Seems expired now, £349 atm


Received today. Screen quality is great, and it really looks like the part. Can't get the audio to work at all, despite updating drivers and trying multiple PC's. Seems to be faulty.


Mines being delivered Monday so will let everyone know what its like!

Acer Predator 24.5" FHD 144Hz G-Sync/Freesync Compatible HDR400 IPS Monitor £299 / £255 for Students @ Acer Shop (Possible 8.25% Quidco)
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Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
MAXIMUM RESOLUTION: this gaming screen has FHD resolution (1920x1080) and is G-Sync Compatible, for an image quality that goes beyond the expected levels FLUID GAME EXPERIENCE: NV… Read more

yeah a minor difference, mostly to do with the range that the syncing works. it's not a huge deal but the monitors im looking at are only like £20 less then this and I would pay the extra for Full gsync


Is there a difference? I thought nVidia were supporting freesync these days.


Is this fully Gsync or just a compatible freesync monitor?


Most OLEDs cant reach 1000 nits and that do can only do so very briefly. Not really comparable to a monitor with real always on HDR 1000 or a QLED that has real HDR 2000+ unless you play in a dark room. Don't worry about any of this while you have a PS4. The best initial upgrade you could make to latency and frame rate performance would be buying an Xbox One X. Or a PC. If you really want to know the details, see:


Thanks for explaining. I saw some of the higher end ones reach 1k. How much is the difference in input lag etc, I generally play PS4 on my tv and never really notice any lagging as such. What’s freesync/gsync?

AOC monitor G2260VWQ6 22" 1920X1080 TN 75HZ FREESYNC 1MS GAMING WIDESCREEN LED MONITOR - BLACK/RED £101.09 delivered at Overclockers
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
This AOC G2460VQ6 monitor is perfect for endless gaming sessions. With one milisecond response time high precision gaming is guarenteed while the newly introduced Anti-Blue Light T… Read more

Does it have speakers?




Thought you were referring to the delivery cost. Yes looks like error on the posting on HUK


Add delivery which is a MIN of £11.10


Maybe it's not free but the price on the website is now £89.99 with 1 in stock.

Acer Nitro VG240Ybmiix 23.8 Inch FHD Gaming Monitor - IPS Panel - FreeSync - 75Hz - £116.24 Delivered -
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Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
This is a good price for this monitor at the moment and in stock at Amazon Italy. Crisp, true-to-life colours come alive in vivid 1080P courtesy of the IPS technology AMD FreeS… Read more

Is this the top spec I can expect for a full HD monitor connected to a Xbox one X? I don’t think I want to spend the money going up to QHD or 4K


Tempting but will wait for 144hz


Go for 144hz but yeah I bought all my parts piece by piece for when I found a good price


Is it worth buying if I'm planning my first build in like 2 months?


I have the exact model. Wonderful monitor

Samsung S27R750 27-Inch The Space WQHD 2560x1440 144Hz 3 sided Bezelless Monitor for £255.58 delivered @ Amazon France
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Decent price for this Samsung space saving monitor. Many retailers in UK are selling £320+ Price includes shipping / slightly cheaper using a fee free card. Reviews available on … Read more
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I only logged in to and left it thinking it would be a hassle to deal with it later on. Surprisingly the order was placed automatically and I was billed 256£ I didn’t know how it happened but I had google french to English to cancel the order to get refund


I've got the lg 32gk650f for just under £300 (might be just a bit over) and I really like it. Freesync for the space monitor can be enabled with a firmware update and theres a new 32" 144hz/1440p version with freesync already enabled out as well.


as for comparison, why not get something like the Acer Nitro vg270ub. It's around £250, 27 inch, Ips panel, 2k ress display, 75hz. 1ms response time (sort of) and freesync (and Gsync compatible). But has the worst stand ever created, but can be vesa mounted. Just my 2 pence.


How do I order??


What comes in the box is a transformer attached to an EU plug, not a standard power lead like a kettle lead. You won't be able to buy just the moulded part from samsung to make it into a UK plug. You'll need a EU to UK adaptor like this:

Dell Alienware 25" Gaming Monitor 240Hz £303 @ Dell
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Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Pretty good gaming monitor down from £429.60 to £329.96 with a further 8% off with the DAILYMAIL8 discount code. Super high refresh rate if you're not bothered about 4K. Cheapes… Read more

Great deal. Ordered on 26th, delivered yesterday (28th). Monitor makes everything from games to even scrolling in browser buttery smooth. Stand is extremely sturdy and goes nice and high although the lighting in the stand is rather pointless and alienware/dell software is more of a hassle than it is worth. Colours are great and vibrant and calibration with a Spyder shows almost no difference to my eyes so great factory calibration to boot.


Ordered! (y)


I order this monitor the day it was released and it came 2 days later, I'd say you were unlucky.


Alienware products are way overpriced for the quality they provide


It appears the difference is the colour: AW2521HFL - Lunar Light (White) AW2521HF - Dark Side of the Moon (Black)

ASUS TUF A15 FA506IV, 15.6" FHD, vIPS, 144Hz, Ryzen 7-4800H, GeForce RTX2060 (6GB), 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD) £1212.61 - @ Amazon Germany
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Showing as Temp out of stock, but you can still place your order and it will be dispatched once they are back in. It it £1171 if you have a Fee Free card.
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Was very tempted to get this, but the screen is too much of a hit and miss for me. The screen doesn't get lit up nearly half as much as I would like, fans get loud, so be prepared if using it in the bed. These few niggles along with only a 4800H, and a QWERTZ kayboard, mean I must turn this one down too. Still waiting for my perfect laptop. Voting hot as its still a good deal for those looking for a 2060 4800H 144Hz beast.


how many points you get in 3dmark firestrike? thx I am thinking about either 3700x or 4800H and rtx2060


add on 20% vat and you have your £1200 price, US prices are without sales tax which varies by state.


There are two versions of the screen on these the bad one is the Panda which has bad colour reproduction and blurring. Some have had an AU optics panel fitted which is much better but hard to get hold off. Unfortunately it’s a panel lottery if you get the better screen.


Pretty much just Y and Z swapped. There may be labels for European characters but you can ignore them. I used a qwertz keyboard on a laptop for long periods with no problems.

LG UltraGear 24GL600F 24" Full HD 144Hz 1ms FreeSync Gaming Monitor (2019), £139.98 delivered @ Amazon
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Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Nice monitor for the price. Geared Up for Victory LG UltraGear is the powerful gaming display gear with high performance features to take your gaming to the next level. The … Read more
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Can't comment on this particular monitor, but a TN panel (as is in the LG) generally means it will look more washed out with worse viewing angles.


“No built-in speaker”


It’s £14 cheaper


Can this be hooked up to a laptip

Acer Nitro VG240YPbiip 23.8in FHD 144Hz IPS Gaming Monitor £153.94 delivered @ Argos
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Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
A good deal for one of the 144hz panda IPS panels. This is the cheapest variant I've seen around (versus ones such as the AOC 2G4U) and is now listing as in stock. Show off R… Read more
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Missed it! Would’ve grabbed one myself.


Collected one today, I'm not an expert but it appears not bad for £150. It can do up to 165 Hz, colours are adequate, only some very minor IPS glow (which really doesn't bother me at all) and no dead pixels. Only one gripe would be that; with Freesync enabled in OSD other options become greyed out, notably overdrive is set to normal and VRB disabled, although I'm not sure if I notice the impact yet... overall quite happy! (y)


Too bad they are doing one per store. Good price though.


Stocks available in most london area. Good monitor for excellent price.


Still in stock in some locations.

LG 27GL650F 27” FHD IPS LCD Freesync 144Hz Gaming Monitor, £217.55 at Currys / ebay
Posted 23rd MayPosted 23rd May
Nice specs monitor here, 5% off at checkout. Specification MPN: 27GL650F-B Audio output: Digital audio-out x 1 Connections: - HDMI 2.0 x 2 - DisplayPort 1.4 x 1 Weight: 6.… Read more

I was tempted by this as a second monitor beside my 27GL850B but people put me off about 1080p on a 27" monitor.


Currys ebay took about 2 days to deliver mine with dpd


I'd agree but it does depend slightly on how far away you sit


1080p not good for this size.


I got the 32 inch qhd (1440p) version from currrys direct for 319 with next day dpd. Not sure how long delivery is via ebay. They wouldn't tive me the 5pc discount. But a great monitor and Tim from Hardware unboxed's favourite.

LG Ultragear 27GL83A-B 27 Inch IPS Gaming Monitor - WQHD - 1MS - Nvidia G-Sync - £389.40 Delivered @ Amazon Germany
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Price has dropped from £401.85 to £389.40 - 28/05
I know this won't appeal to everyone and is going to get cold but this is one of the fastest responding 1440 IPS panels. This is a good price and available now from Amazon Germany.… Read more

Looks like these DO ship from Germany. I ordered Air Pod Pros last week via and those actually shipped from within the UK. Expected delivery is Thursday this coming week, so effectively a 7 day delivery time frame to the UK.


This just dropped even further to EUR 420,76. Re-ordered for £376.32! (highfive)


That's good to know, though I'd imagine it would be a bit pricey to send back a large item like this.


I did a test on an order I made from and it states that Amazon will refund upto €7.99 (or something like that) for postage


I'm not sure to be honest, perhaps it may be possible to return an item for free but I'd look into it.

MSI Optix G241VC Full HD 23.6" Curved LED Gaming Monitor - Black - £116.42 @ Currys Ebay
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Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
5% auto applies thanks to @Chanchi32 thanks man. Legend. Get absorbed in your favourite games with the MSI Optix G241VC Full HD 23.6" Curved LED Gaming Monitor. Featuring a Fu… Read more

Night mate, keep safe <3 XD


Ah, thought it would be one of your tots. Commiserations, in the morning you'll have eyes like this :o Hope you both get back to sleep soon, night night :D


My little girl (3 year old) has decided that 2am is now a good time to wake up for the day (fierce) :3 :D <3


Tut tut, what are you doing up at this time?🙃


I suppose I did :D

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