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144hz monitor under 300$?

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Hello. I'm currently looking for a display that has decent reaction time, eliminates most ghosting and is under 300$. I need it mostly for FPS games. Preferably flat, but i'm eager to cry curved.

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I have a good one its aoc 144hz borderless i bought it where i live for about $200


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7 hours ago, Kanna said:

I have a good one its aoc 144hz borderless i bought it where i live for about $200

forgot to say it maybe is only accesible to buy in europe


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On 2/16/2020 at 7:44 AM, peopol said:

Hello. I'm currently looking for a display that has decent reaction time, eliminates most ghosting and is under 300$. I need it mostly for FPS games. Preferably flat, but i'm eager to cry curved.

If your looking for 1440p then this dell one is good 

https://www.amazon.com/Dell-27-Inch-LED-Lit-Monitor-S2719DGF/dp/B00N2L5CXO/?tag=linus21-20


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I can recommend the AOC 24G2U. Those are 1080p 144Hz IPS Panel and flat. I'm running 2 of those for a few weeks now and they are great so far

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Both is my sig were less than that. I’m sure sure more, newer models can be had. 


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Try the AOC 27G1G4 it's a 27" 1080p 144hz curved monitor... It's not HDR but it's decent enough and well within your budget.


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