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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hmm so in my country for the same price I am getting 2 monitors ...Lenovo legion y25f 10.  (144hz TN flat).  And aoc c4g1 (VA 1500 curve. 144hz).  . Which should I choose ?  One more monitor Samsung LC24FG73FQWXXL

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i mean, i'd personally say the curved one, as i think those are better for gaming. I also own a monitor with a VA panel, and it is very nice. 


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1 minute ago, TH3R34P3R said:

i mean, i'd personally say the curved one, as i think those are better for gaming. I also own a monitor with a VA panel, and it is very nice. 

Personally, I absolutely fucking hate the idea of having curved displays. Then again, I prefer VA over TN, so... hm, I wouldn't choose either of those displays.


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Just now, WereCatf said:

Personally, I absolutely fucking hate the idea of having curved displays. Then again, I prefer VA over TN, so... hm, I wouldn't choose either of those displays.

i have seen a noticable difference when having 2 displays. 2 curved outdo 2 flat. but then when you have 3, is where i like flat over curved. 


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2 minutes ago, WereCatf said:

Personally, I absolutely fucking hate the idea of having curved displays. Then again, I prefer VA over TN, so... hm, I wouldn't choose either of those displays.

Hate the idea of curved, or actually used curved and hate them?  I thought they were silly til I went and saw them at the store and then decided to buy one.  Love them now, and think they kind of need to be when ultrawide.  16:9... nice to have but not a big deal.

 

That said, none of those monitors really thrill me.  What's your max budget?

 


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VA Panels are a nice compromise between the response time of TN panels and the colors of IPS panels. I have the 32" model of the samsung and I love it. Personally I think the nice image of VA and IPS panels out weighs the slightly better response time of TN's. Although you should make sure no of the monitors have ghosting issues. 

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Ok so I was opting for 144hz va panel gaming monitor .. but now i am In a dillema as I’ve read that, on va it’s basically 110 to 120hz due to bad response times but I see Samsung C24FG73 is quite good check the response time https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model-response-time/127fc33...... as well as I also want a good gaming monitor .. so should I go for a TN panel or VA panel?

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What are you planning on playing the most? single player campaigns or competitive first person shooters?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
11 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

What are you planning on playing the most? single player campaigns or competitive first person shooters?

Only FPS And BR. Single player ain’t my type 

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Honestly it sorta goes like this:
TN: Competitive gamer, I want a no holds barred advantage, I don't care what it looks like, I just need to make sure that dot on the middle of the screen is on that pixelated thing moving faster than I can blink.
IPS: Relaxed gamer, I want my experience to be epic, IMAX wishes they could make their display look this good. I want to feel like I can reach out and touch what I am looking at, 4k texture packs or bust.

VA: The inbetweener, I enjoy playing the occasional shooter or MOBA, but I also want to play the next RPG Adventure. I occasionally mod some games to improve textures, but I will also drop my settings a bit to get smoother gameplay.

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13 minutes ago, Phobiarg said:

Honestly it sorta goes like this:
TN: Competitive gamer, I want a no holds barred advantage, I don't care what it looks like, I just need to make sure that dot on the middle of the screen is on that pixelated thing moving faster than I can blink.
IPS: Relaxed gamer, I want my experience to be epic, IMAX wishes they could make their display look this good. I want to feel like I can reach out and touch what I am looking at, 4k texture packs or bust.

VA: The inbetweener, I enjoy playing the occasional shooter or MOBA, but I also want to play the next RPG Adventure. I occasionally mod some games to improve textures, but I will also drop my settings a bit to get smoother gameplay.

I am kind of person that will will go all low on settings for the best frame numbers and response so prolly TN you’ll say??  Most I’ll go for TN then but in that range I get BenQ XL2411p (or something ). TN 144hz monitor lol should I go

for that then?. Or lg 24gm79g??

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144hz on a TN would be solid, many people that are really into the competitive scene have moved to 240hz displays. But be aware, you need to push 240fps to make that worth it. if you buy a 240hz monitor and your computer is pushing 30, or even 130 fps, you've just wasted your money. 144hz is the middle ground for price to performance. 

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10 minutes ago, Phobiarg said:

144hz on a TN would be solid, many people that are really into the competitive scene have moved to 240hz displays. But be aware, you need to push 240fps to make that worth it. if you buy a 240hz monitor and your computer is pushing 30, or even 130 fps, you've just wasted your money. 144hz is the middle ground for price to performance. 

Just in case I don’t get a TN panel a VA panel is always the next good option right ?

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There's nothing wrong with any of the displays. TN is fastest response, IPS is nicest to look at and VA is between those. Also note that TNs aren't usually curved, IPS can be, but VA is the most common for curved. But the difference is negligible between all 3 if they are all the same "class" of monitor, a $400 TN vs a $400 VA would be hard to tell, a $400 VA vs a $400 IPS would be hard to tell, you're talking a difference that you would only be able to see if you were an avid picture or film editor or on the other end a pro gamer. Id be willing to bet 9 out of 10 people would struggle to notice a difference if they weren't told.

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3 hours ago, Phobiarg said:

There's nothing wrong with any of the displays. TN is fastest response, IPS is nicest to look at and VA is between those. Also note that TNs aren't usually curved, IPS can be, but VA is the most common for curved. But the difference is negligible between all 3 if they are all the same "class" of monitor, a $400 TN vs a $400 VA would be hard to tell, a $400 VA vs a $400 IPS would be hard to tell, you're talking a difference that you would only be able to see if you were an avid picture or film editor or on the other end a pro gamer. Id be willing to bet 9 out of 10 people would struggle to notice a difference if they weren't told.

Ok thanks cuz TN panels prices are rising in my country so I might have to resort to VA 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

After some help from you guys I have concluded that either aoc c24g1. Or the Samsung C24FG73. Are the best bang for the buck ....  yet again in confusion I dk what to go with.... how’d you guys decide if you were in my position.....

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they're fairly similar, however the samsung has quantum dot which will give way better colours and contrast compared to the AOC panel, it also has more menu features and a headphone stand

however the aoc panel has a more gamer like look and thinner edge bezels

however you shouldnt really be kicking yourself for getting one over the other, just get the one you can get a better deal on or the one you like the look of best

 

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6 minutes ago, DakotaWebber said:

they're fairly similar, however the samsung has quantum dot which will give way better colours and contrast compared to the AOC panel, it also has more menu features and a headphone stand

however the aoc panel has a more gamer like look and thinner edge bezels

however you shouldnt really be kicking yourself for getting one over the other, just get the one you can get a better deal on or the one you like the look of best

 

So I am getting Samsung for $30 cheaper than aoc . Yet aoc has slightly better pixel response so .again my decision collapses.. btw should I really care about it(response) so much

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you wont find a real noticeable difference in the response between the two, the samsung has better colours, more features, from the specs i can see the samsung could also get brighter, samsungs better panel technology and generally better build quality, and its cheaper, however the end decision is obviously up to you, theyre very similar and you will be happy with either

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38 minutes ago, DakotaWebber said:

they're fairly similar, however the samsung has quantum dot which will give way better colours and contrast compared to the AOC panel, it also has more menu features and a headphone stand

however the aoc panel has a more gamer like look and thinner edge bezels

however you shouldnt really be kicking yourself for getting one over the other, just get the one you can get a better deal on or the one you like the look of best

 

I do not recommend a AOC monitor.  I have a POS, can't wait for the new Sammy 49" 5120x1440p QLED HDR FreeSync 2 and 120Hz


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26 minutes ago, Turtle Rig said:

I do not recommend a AOC monitor.  I have a POS, can't wait for the new Sammy 49" 5120x1440p QLED HDR FreeSync 2 and 120Hz

But doesn’t it have better response than Samsung that’s what pcmonitors.com says... as well as displayspecifications.com also suggest. . Anyways is the Samsung good what do u say?

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1 minute ago, Siddhant Mishra said:

But doesn’t it have better response than Samsung that’s what pcmonitors.com says... as well as displayspecifications.com also suggest. . Anyways is the Samsung good what do u say?

Im just speaking from my experience. AOC is crummy the bezel is cheap and plastic and ugly.  Colors are horrible alto it is 10-bit.  Also it gives massive motion blur something my Samsung 28" UHD never did.  They say 4ms,  But the GTG ends up being 1ms if Im not mistaken.


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