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Acer Nitro RG270bmiix 27" IPS Full HD HDMI FreeSync Gaming Monitor, £149.97 @ laptopsdirect
Found 2 h, 29 m agoFound 2 h, 29 m ago
FREE Delivery 27 Inch Screen size 1920 x 1080 Full HD Resolution Ports - HDMI DVI VGA Freesync 16:9 Aspect Ratio Refresh Rates - 75 Hz 1 MS Response Time

Yes, nice to see prices coming back down to BF before Xmas rush.


Gah, a shame its only 75Hz but easy enough to hit 75 frames per second with a middle of the road gfx card these days!

Acer predator G SYNC 27 2K  XB271HU - £448.32 @
Found 15th DecFound 15th Dec
Acer Predator XB271HU Monitor 27 "- 2560 × 1440, IPS matte, 350nits, 100% sRGB, 165Hz, G-sync, height adjustment, Pivot. Ideal for people with nvidia graphics cards

Tell her this monitor offers 78% more pixels compared to 1080p. If you couple that with a 2.75x in refresh rate means you'll drastically increase productivity and finish your work in no time at all. You could argue that the increase in productivity means this thing will pay for itself before you know it 8)


Ummmmm....the kids spilt water in the old one..


Primarily due to the XG2703-GS and AG271QG having options to control the gamma (unlike the XB271HU), without such option (or proper calibration with the use of a colorimeter) you could easily be stuck with washed out colours (due to a low gamma). According to NCX, the XB271HU also has the worst overdrive (by a small amount) of the four (from Acer, Asus, ViewSonic and AOC). Also, the XB271HU notoriously (with a lack of sharpness control) can appear blurry and less sharp than the alternatives from the 3 other brands.


Any reason at all for picking those 2 ?


I would easily pick the XG2703-GS or AG271QG over this. Though, I wouldn't get any of them since a new panel is due for release very soon.

Alienware 25 Gaming Monitor: AW2518HF 240hz freesync £250 delivered @ Dell
Found 14th DecFound 14th Dec
Quick Specs Device Type LED-backlit LCD monitor - 25" Adaptive-Sync Technology AMD FreeSync Features USB 3.0 hub Panel Type TN Aspect Ratio 16:9 Native Resolution Full HD (1080p) 1… Read more
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Does anyone have any student vouchers please? They are free if you have a student email address, unfortunetly dell dont accept NUS :(


How are dell for returns? Are they as good as amazon? Was thinking to get this and try it out. Would I be able to return it if I didn’t like the screen


Rocket League springs to mind. It's also great for people who play CSGO as that reaches way beyond 240 fps. Black Ops IIII can be tweaked to hit 240 as well. I'm sure there will be others that run just as highly, too.




damn man its a TN panel :( was about to purchase it when i just noticed that. Wish it was IPS, as i think that IPS panels look much nicer.

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MSI GS65 Stealth Thin - 15.6" 144Hz, 32GB Ram, 512GB SSD. 1070 Max Q, i7 8750H £1,969.97  Amazon
Found 14th DecFound 14th Dec
Top spec model of the MSI GS65, thin and light gaming laptop that competes with the Razer Blade 15, Gigabyte Aero 15, ASUS ROG Zephyrus. These laptops are ideal for power users, c… Read more

I didn't say the 32gb Ram was a waste though did I :/ Nor did I say that you were paying extra for the RAM Have you replied to the wrong comment perhaps , I am not sure your comment was meant for me


Yeah, which is why I said FOR GAMERS



Yes but content creators or power users may want that, nothing specifically says "This laptop is ONLY for gamers"


These laptops are aimed at content creators / power users and gamers so 32GB isnt a waste. Also technically its cheaper than the competitors in the same category so your not paying extra for the RAM.

Acer KG281K 28" 4K UHD FreeSync Gaming Monitor
Found 10th DecFound 10th Dec
Acer KG281K 28" 4K UHD FreeSync Gaming Monitor UM.PX1EE.005UM.PX1EE.005 Acer KG281K Features 28” 4K UHD 3840 x 2160 resolution 1ms fast response time AMD Free Sync 10bits … Read more



Says TN


Is this a TN panel or IPS?


I've voted cold because I picked this monitor up on Black Friday for £199 from Scan. It is however a good monitor; I have 2, having bought the first one for £249, which is generally the "normal" price for this monitor. £338 is a stretch. Speakers are rubbish, but personally I think the monitor is very good quality for my uses which include Gaming, Software Development, and watching movies. given the price isnt an AMAZING deal, perhaps a lukewarm vote would have been more appropriate :)

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ASUS MG28UQ, 4K (3840x2160) Gaming Monitor, 1ms, DP, HDMI, USB 3.0, FreeSync, 28 inch £299 @ Amazon
Found 7th DecFound 7th Dec
Mixed reviews I know. Had a price alert set on this but no longer looking for a monitor. Might help somebody
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Voted hot for 4k


Which is better for Xbox / PS4, this or the ASUS VP28UQG? The ASUS VP28UQG is £70 cheaper.


Excellent price for a 4K monitor, I'd snap this up if I wasn't after 144hz.

AOC 21.5 inch LED Gaming Monitor, 1 ms, Display Port, 75 Hz, Vesa, Freesync, £74.99 at amazon
Found 6th DecFound 6th Dec
Productline:AOC Gaming Diagonal: 21.5 inch Aspect ratio:16:9 Response time:1 ms Resolution:1920x1080@75Hz

Good deal op


VESA is the standards body behind both DisplayPort and Freesync so if you're talking about the mounting standard you might want to lengthen the bit in the title to VESA Mount or similar.


Yes or no would have sufficed


Thanks for that. I have actually already had a quick glance at the specs sheet but could not see any specific mention of speakers or the lack of them. I guess that I will have to take that as meaning NO speakers.


DELL S2419HGF Full HD 24" Gaming Monitor Freesync 1ms 144Hz for £169 @ Currys (+3 Years Guarantee)
Found 6th DecFound 6th Dec
Just seen this speedy monitor at Currys. Possibly good for gaming. :) Comes with 3 years guarantee Don't forget a Quidco bonus of £2.50 cashback and standard 1% Quidco … Read more
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no longer available :(


To be fair, every monitor set to fast pixel response exhibits extreme overshoot ghosting, be it IPS/VA/TN. Any competent reviewer would know this. Current "1ms" figures when not using a scanning backlight are only possible with overshoot. You either accept that or use the medium setting and put up with some blur. The technology has not changed or improved in at least 7 years.


I bought this from Dell a few days ago for £165. It looks slick and love the stand which rotates, swivels and tilts.


Not particularly encouraging... 'This monitor boasts 1ms (GTG) response times, but comes set to a slower 4ms response time by default. Jumping into the menus and enabling the ‘Super Fast’ response time setting brings it to 1ms, but introduces bright white ghosting to any fast moving elements on the screen. We find games basically unplayable with this setting, and have to deal with the slower response time.' (



Acer XF240YU 23.8" QHD FreeSync 144Hz Gaming Monitor - £335.70 @ Box
Found 5th DecFound 5th Dec
Plus 3% quidco cashback. 23.8" Display TN Panel QHD Resolution 2560x1440 FreeSync 1ms Response Time 144Hz Refresh Rate DVI/HDMI/DisplayPort/USB Connectivity Height Adjustable 100x1… Read more

In this title it says QHD not WQHD I was thinking a 4k 144hz for 335? I thought something was wrong


Hmmmm I paid £260 for this on Amazon last year. I know, time machine and all that...but pretty sure that wasn't a special deal or anything. Can't see Amazon stocking it anymore now though. It's a decent monitor for the price, no issues with mine. And no bother about it being TN, colours are very similar to my IPS screen it sits next to

Dell S2716DG 27" TN G-Sync Monitor Gaming Monitor - £399 @ NRG:IT
Found 5th DecFound 5th Dec
£399 is lowest price ive come across recently. They specialise in Dell returned stock, official partner, mostly from cancelled orders and such.… Read more
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Haters gonna hate. Some will notice tear, others wont. There's no doubt G-Sync is a rip off though, this is Nvidia we are talking about though so no surprises there.


Consumers placebo to justify there purchases


Thats a totally subjective opinion. For some its very noticeable so you should speak for yourself, not everyone.


G sync is a rip off and screen tearing isnt noticeable at these sort of framerates anyway


No point pretending that there isnt a huge G-Sync premium. For a G-sync 27" this price is the best out there at this point in time. Sounds hot to me :D

ASUS ROG STRIX GL702VS-BA175T Gaming Laptop; i7 7700HQ, 120hz Screen, G Sync, GTX 1070 8GB, 256GB SSD, 24GB DDR4 RAM - £1399 @ Box
Found 5th DecFound 5th Dec
Only £100 saving, but looks a good spec for the budget from my research. Looks an older processor, but the screen, graphics card, and 256GB SSD make up for that, and 24GB RAM may … Read more

Yes as I was thinking about that one or the one for 1499 with 144 hz and 8750 processor


Are you sure?


Was 1299 few weeks ago


Thats the one in this deal. 7700 & 24GB Ram...


1399. Sorry mate.

Acer KG251Qbmiix 24.5" FHD Gaming Monitor, Black (TN Panel, FreeSync, 1 ms, ZeroFrame, HDMI, VGA) for £99.98 delivered @ Amazon
Found 5th DecFound 5th Dec
Good fast monitor. Now back on offer. Crisp, true-to-life colours come alive in Full HD 1080P resolution Screen tearing will be a thing of the past with AMD FreeSync which … Read more
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Not a huge issue but might bother some... aren't the pictures you've used showing the 27" model?... 24.5 appears to have slightly bigger bezels.


In all honesty, the ghosting isn't an issue for me. With freesync enabled, overdrive is locked at normal. It's only really visible in Fortnite, but it's not an issue at all, and is a common issue with high-response-time monitors. The ghosting essentially gets worse the higher the overdrive is, as it forces the pixels to refresh faster, resulting in colour overshoot. But when freesync is off, you have the ability to adjust it between off, normal, and extreme. On off, it's less noticeable, but bare in mind you'll have no freesync. Overall though, it's not an issue once you stop looking for it. You can't go wrong for under 100.


Thanks for the comments - it'll be used for gaming and I will indeed be using a headset so don't care about speakers. Are you able to disable the overdrive feature then, or is the ghosting not a massive issue?


While I can't speak for the Blackhawks, I have this monitor, and it's pretty damn decent for the price. I'd say the only real issue with it is the ghosting that occurs due to the overdrive feature. Speakers are also kinda funny, but you should be using a headset anyway. What were you planning to use a monitor like this with?

Acer KG271B 27" Full HD LED 240Hz Gaming Monitor £249.98 @ CCL
Found 4th DecFound 4th Dec
27 inch TN Panel 400 Lumens View Angle (Horizontal - Max)170 °View Angle (Vertical - Max)160 ° Contrast Ratio - Dynamic100,000,000:1 Response Time 1 ms

Tut,tut. You've missed something.


Which is why this is clearly a gaming monitor but as you suggest not a Jack of all trades.


You bought KG271 that is 75Hz. This is KG271B that is 240Hz


If doing any sort of productivity work 1080p just doesn't cut it at 27".


It also has Freesync

Samsung LC32JG52QQUXEN 32-Inch Curved WQHD 144 Hz LED Gaming Monitor - Dark Silver £279.99 Amazon
Found 4th DecFound 4th Dec
WQHD 144hz Curved at this price o: WQHD 2560x1440 - With up to 1.7 times the pixel density of Full HD, WQHD only delivers incredibly detailed, pin-sharp images Fine Control with… Read more
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Is this a VA screen? Could it be used for office work as well as gaming?


It's pretty bad. I didn't check for dead pixels.


is it that bad? Any dead pixels btw? Is it good for play games? And watching movies ocasionaly.


You do not have 144hz on console.


no problem. The bigger the better - for consoles!

Alienware AW2518HF 24.5 Inch TN Gaming Monitor (1 ms Response, Full HD 1920 x 1080 at 240 Hz, AMD Free-Sync, DP/HDMI, USB) £249.99 Amazon
Found 3rd DecFound 3rd Dec
Reduced from £350 to £250 and listed at over £400 on Dell's site. BUT it's saying 2-4 weeks before dispatch so probably no good for Xmas. EDIT: If link takes you to the dearer p… Read more
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Does anyone know if this still comes with the 3 year basic warranty with advances exchange you get if you order directly through Dell?


this is now available for delivery before Xmas :) thanks op!


I have!


Order it ;)


Nice one. I got mine this morning, but it's still in the box as I'm stuck working through till (hopefully) sometime tomorrow. I'm looking forward to having a high refresh rate monitor again as, I sold my 144Hz monitor a couple of years ago. Oh, and if you need a recommendation for what to try, Rocket League is wonderful at a high refresh rate! Btw, for anyone ordering this, the box is MASSIVE!

Acer XF270HUA 27 Inch WQHD 144Hz IPS Monitor with Freesync £399.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 30th NovFound 30th Nov
Not the cheapest it has been but a good price currently. I don't know about LaptopsDirect's return policy but it seems they have a quality check service for £15 that can check for… Read more
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AHVA is practically the same as IPS.


I have this monitor. It got AHVA panel not IPS. You can see slight IPS like glow but not bad as some dell ultra sharp IPS monitors I used. Unit also free from edge back light bleed. Freesync working superbly. However If you set refresh rate to 144hz you'll notice slight ghosting (you'll not notice this unless you very carefully look into it). Set refresh rate to 120hz and its completely gone. Colour reproduction is very accurate out of the box. You can improve further but I didn't bother due to I'm not doing any serious graphics work. BTW this is 8bit panel. Built in speakers are poor. (Ok if your listing to music at low volume).


but is it backlight bleed? More likely IPS glow.

Element Gaming monitor 27" QHD 144hz 1ms 2560x1440 Gaming - £229.95 @ Ebuyer
Found 30th NovFound 30th Nov
27 inch 2560 * 1440 resolution 144hz 1ms response time Free-Sync support Contrast Ratio: 1000:1 Brightness 350 cd/m2 7mm top and side bezel, 15mm bottom bezel Dot pitch: 233.1 (per… Read more

It doesn't support vesa but you can get adapters off Amazon for like £10


Thanks for giving me the idea of the monitor mount. I think I'm going to get it now cause of that.


edit: However monitor is really light. Stand is all metal but rather thin.


Stand is one thing I haven't tested! I've put it straight into my monitor mount


What is the stability like? I've heard the stand isn't very supportive. This monitor fits the bill for what I need. High refresh rate, excellent price and from what i've read, it seems to get good reviews.

AOC 24B1XH Full HD 23.8” LED IPS Monitor - Black @ Currys Ebay £92.65 24” frameless
Found 29th NovFound 29th Nov
AOC 24B1XH Full HD 23.8” LED IPS Monitor - Black. Use code PRESENTS to get it for £92.65 @ebay delivered. Free returns as well if you’re not happy with it. Looks frameless..… Read more

Not really a gaming monitor. It has a 7ms response time!


Currys from ebay with 15%. Wide range of choices. U’ve got half an hr til the voucher code expires


Any other monitors worth considering around £100? Looking to buy my daughter one to go with her pc I'm building for Christmas.


Viewing angles usually suggest IPS screen. Viewing angle: 178° / 178 No VEGA if anyone wondering.

AOC G2590FX 24.5 inch LED 144Hz 1ms Gaming Monitor - Full HD 1080p, 1ms, HDMI £168.90 with code at ebay /  cclcomputers
Found 29th NovFound 29th Nov
Price reduced using discount code PRESENTS 1920 x 1080 Full HD Resolution Lightning 1ms Response Time 400cd/m2 Brightness VESA Mount Support 144Hz Refresh Rate FreeSync Support I… Read more

Probably because CCL were only charging £170 for this monitors directly from their website just a few days ago.


Why is this cold? 24.5 is slightly bigger than the rest of these displays, and one of AOCs newer monitors

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