It's going for $320 on Amazon currently. If you're spending that much, just get the ViewSonic XG2402. Edit: I really appreciate your help and am sorry to keep bugging you. by RealNC » 19 Jul 2019, 08:33, Post VRR is greyed out. Perfect. ^| [^(Report Bug)](/message/compose?to=The_White_Light&subject=Bug+Report&message=%2Fr%2Fbapcsalescanada%2Fcomments%2Fe3a56c%2Fmonitor_aoc_24g2_ips_144hz_1ms_height_adjustable%2Ff91y3ln%2F%0D%0A%0D%0A___%0D%0A%0D%0APlease+explain+here+what+you+expected+to+happen%2Fwhat+went+wrong.). It's the most recommended 1080p144hz monitor for people who don't watch movies. The monitor is rated around 8ms for 60Hz average. Hope this helps! But they have it on amazon so idk if they are talking about a different one than im looking at. It won't help you get higher FPS in games but you'll notice that loading speeds on pretty much everything will be much smaller than what you're used to. Copyright © ViewSonic Corporation 2000-2020. First off, before you even think about investing in a 144Hz monitor, can your GPU give you the framerate you want in this game? What I'd advise you is to get an SSD asap since it'll vastly improve your load speeds and it'll basically feel like you did an upgrade to your whole PC. by Zennon » 03 Aug 2019, 03:03, Post PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant. So what would be the best price/performance 144hz 1440p IPS monitor around nowadays? I haven't built a PC in 5-6 years and I am pretty behind..haha. Also the r9 270x, while definitely not a top of the line GPU (it never was), should still be enough in order to allow you to hover around 120-144fps in games where you usually want to have those framerates (Fortnite, CS:GO, stuff like that). Sorry for any confusion, I think I am being picked up wrong or maybe I am not. There are some IPS panels, but they approach exceeding your budget. After that, you can upgrade your GPU to something like the GTX 1060 or an RX 480/580, which is more than enough for 1080p60fps with the settings cranked to max. Go for "gsync compatible" aka nvidia-approved freesync. >Some gameplay tactics in CS:GO will benefit from faster human reaction-times from less motion blur, out-compensating the slight input lag penalty. This ultra-responsive gaming monitor keeps you a step ahead of your competition and virtually eliminates any screen tearing and stuttering to give you super smooth … Gamers can 2. Plan on getting a cheap $100 ish 60hz 24" monitor to run a dual setup for twitch discord reddit etc. Hi! Seeing the difference between IPS and TN on color accuracy on even simple web pages really bother me. I don't own it yet, but I've got my eye on a Viewsonic VX2758-2KP-MHD. As of right now its back up for sale, dont know for how long, i just grabbed mine. Any thoughts? created by @mouseofleaves. It's much newer and has amazing reviews. Both popular on Reddit. Most likely you had something opened up (maybe a browser tab with a video running in the background) that was taking up a bit of your machine's resources, which made the overall performance score to be worse than expected. I usually play games like CoD and Dark Souls. So 144Hz + freesync is supported now on XB1? All rights reserved. Trying to decide between that and this one... this monitor is on sale for a great price, Also idk if you are getting a sale on that 1070 ti but if you look at r/buildapcsales you can get a 1080 for ~500. It runs great! We are glad to answer inquiries online. Please fill in the form below, our sales representative will contact you shortly. The benchmark reports that you had a very high background CPU usage (33%), which makes the whole test pretty inaccurate. The XG2402 is a TN panel, but it seems like you play competitive titles, so I think it is a good fit. At ViewSonic, we believe that our products have the potential to make a … I literally just answered this to someone else so copypasta: There are a number of them right now. This product was mentioned in Who you gonna call? upvotes. E&EO. I'd recommend this monitor instead. ↳   Input Lag / Display Lag / Network Lag, ↳   Eliminating Motion Blur — LightBoost / ULMB / ELMB / DyAc, ↳   BENQ/Zowie Tweaking — Strobe Utility / Blur Reduction / DyAc, ↳   Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering, ↳   Software Developers / Low-Lag Code / Game Programming, ↳   Pursuit Camera Testing of Display Motion Blur, ↳   High Frame Rate Video (HFR, UltraHFR, 120fps, 240fps, 1000fps), ↳   Forum System / Registration / Suggestions, Re: Viewsonic XG2402, Xbox One X & Freesync. From what I know of Omen by Hp. Set up: 144Hz Freesync on (both X and monitor) Auto pick HDMI on the X Rampage Response : Fastest (this to me is the snappiest for FPShooters) And it is majorly quick I am really happy, a few questions. It's OK. I actually have one, although it is now my second monitor. Games would be the typical Fortnite, PubG, LoL, CS:GO, BF etc. [link] Good suggestion! You can get 24 inches 1080p for about $200. The ViewSonic XG2402 is a decent monitor for most uses. I can try and find some good cheaper monitors. @OP, Austin. by Zennon » 30 Jul 2019, 12:06, Post comments, However the strobing function of the other monitors might be useful, depending on your gameplay style. What is the best 24" monitor to go with in the $200 ish range (up to $350 if it is a big difference in quality)? All rights reserved by ViewSonic Corporation. I've been out of the PC building game for 5 years, so my rig is beyond showing its age! with an average of I am planning on getting a GTX 1070TI + Ryzen 5 2600 in 1-2 months but I want a monitor now for my ps4 in the meantime. For 144Hz freesync mode, the pixel clock should be over 300MHz. You need SOME sort of "adaptive sync". This laptop is looking like the upgrade I've been needing for a long time. All other Corporate names and trademarks are the property of their respective companies. If you start going into higher end tech like HDR the prices start to go way up. 2) Corsair H70i CPU cooler - Is it compatible, or can it be made compatible with the AM4 socket? I'm working on a MacBook Pro ever day together with this monitor. Strobing adds a few ms of input lag, but clears up motion blur. What is reddit's opinion of ViewSonic XG2402 24 Inch 1080p 1ms 144 Hz Gaming Monitor with FreeSync Eye Care Advanced Ergonomics ColorX Mode HDMI and DP for Esports? For Everything Better Than 60Hz™, Post The one i added in the list is not the latest model. It is especially well suited as a gaming monitor, thanks to the fast response time, high refresh rate, and FreeSync support. And the XG240R didn’t disappoint in that respect, either. Build list here and I've been looking at this 24" viewsonic. The Blur Busters! Possibly sold out in the states. by Chief Blur Buster » 29 Jul 2019, 17:39, Post I just bought this monitor and unable to to tick both 120hz and vrr. Go with something like the G2590FX which is really popular lately or the Viewsonic XG2402 . Viewsonic is probably the best budget option. They offer great budget TN panels. I'm pretty sure your PC is just fine, you shouldn't worry to much about it. There are a number of them right now that are way cheaper. Whats the best setting for xbox fps games? One of the best features of the Viewsonic XG2402 is that it features FreeSync technology. is really good for reviews too. Thanks Techstar! just because of the no PWM? Or as a CPU/Mobo/Ram/GPU combo? I'm looking to get build a PC in the January sales targeting 144 Hz @ 1080p playing Battlefield as the most intensive game. I remember I once bought a 320 dollar 144hz that turned out to be fake 144hz (displays at 144hz, but skips every two frames, bringing it back to around 60hz) Around that price point nowadays, you can get 240hz. seems like a lot of people liked the xg2401, so the 2402 should be better! It has a good stand and good ergonomics, so I'm finally fed up with the color accuracy of my monitor. But regardless, I think both is good deal :) as I can voucher for both product. local_offer Check price on Amazon. but one question, is this out? Beyond that, monitor technology is to the point where everything is pretty good. Should I get a 24" 1080p 144hz or should I focus on getting a 1440p 144hz? Best to just go with something like this [link]. I'm looking at the ViewSonic XG2402 for an external monitor. For the most part they seem like the same thing. If you are willing to go the used route, check out r/CanadianHardwareSwap, you might be able to save some $$ and get a monitor like this (ViewSonic XG2402). It seems there is a decent deal on at the moment for £219. The same 144Hz panel is used, as is the case with pretty much any 144Hz model of this size these days, but there … Just want to make sure i have the right one: Amazon Link: [link] If you could tell me if this is the right one id really appreciate it. 22 votes, 38 comments. If you search reddit for that model, there's lots of happy people with that one. My main monitor is a 240hz panel. Offers and programs may vary by country. ViewSonic XG2402 24 Inch 1080p 1ms 144 Hz Gaming Monitor with FreeSync Eye Care Advanced Ergonomics ColorX Mode HDMI and DP for eSport [link]. 1.95 Don't get a 1440p monitor for the PS5 unless Sony confirms native 1440p support. It is especially well suited as a gaming monitor, thanks to the fast response time, high refresh rate, and FreeSync support. The monitor you mentioned is quite old and afaik not even in production anymore, so unless you're getting a really good deal on it I'd suggest looking after something newer like the ViewSonic XG2402 .

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