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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey, 

i need a new monitor and was thinking that I should get a 144 hz one. I found one and am thinking to get it when it’s on sale. Can anyone recommend me any other good cheap 144 hz monitors?

 

here is the one I’m looking at 

https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E16824737004?&quicklink=true

 

I would like it to be 24 inch but no bigger than 27 inch

 

thanks

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Looks like you found the best one i could find. But here is an other one it is the same specs just 10$ more expensive and better reviews:

 

https://www.newegg.com/black-red-acer-kg241q-sbiip-um-ux1aa-s02-24/p/N82E16824011368?Item=N82E16824011368&quicklink=true 


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2 minutes ago, Perrytheplatypus43 said:

Looks like you found the best one i could find. But here is an other one it is the same specs just 10$ more expensive and better reviews:

 

https://www.newegg.com/black-red-acer-kg241q-sbiip-um-ux1aa-s02-24/p/N82E16824011368?Item=N82E16824011368&quicklink=true 

ooooo I think this one is better. It has a faster response time aswell.

 

I will look into this and see what everyone else prefers

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8 minutes ago, GeneralGusher said:

ooooo I think this one is better. It has a faster response time aswell.

 

I will look into this and see what everyone else prefers

there's 1 monitor i'd get for under 200usd atm, not sure what happened to the ebay and amazon links, maybe covid?

 

https://www.pixiogaming.com/px247

 

if you pay a bit more

 

https://www.amazon.com/AOC-24G2-Frameless-Adjustable-Guarantee/dp/B07WVN6CWT

 

There used to be super cheap 24inch VA panels but they moved them to 27inch instead, guessing 24inch VA for like 140usd wasn't very profitable.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 minutes ago, xg32 said:

there's 1 monitor i'd get for under 200usd atm, not sure what happened to the ebay and amazon links, maybe covid?

 

https://www.pixiogaming.com/px247

 

if you pay a bit more

 

https://www.amazon.com/AOC-24G2-Frameless-Adjustable-Guarantee/dp/B07WVN6CWT

 

There used to be super cheap 24inch VA panels but they moved them to 27inch instead, guessing 24inch VA for like 140usd wasn't very profitable.

is this one not good?

 

https://www.amazon.com/AOC-24G2-Frameless-Adjustable-Guarantee/dp/B07GD7H18F?tag=linus21-20&th=1

 

its the G1 series from AOC

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Posted · Original PosterOP

There are so many options now

 

Which ones would you recommend?

 

https://www.amazon.com/AOC-24G2-Frameless-Adjustable-Guarantee/dp/B07GD7H18F?tag=linus21-20&th=1

 

https://www.pixiogaming.com/px247

 

https://www.newegg.com/black-red-acer-kg241q-sbiip-um-ux1aa-s02-24/p/N82E16824011368?Item=N82E16824011368&quicklink=true

 

These all look pretty good to me. I just want to know now what the main differences between them all

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i have the AOC 24g2 monitor, got it for 200€, i kinda regret not going for AOC CQ27G2U/BK or Q27G2U/BK for 120€ more to get the 1440p 144hz experience :P

 

that being said, if you can get this monitor for sub 200usd go for it, it's really nice

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17 minutes ago, GeneralGusher said:

There are so many options now

 

Which ones would you recommend?

 

https://www.amazon.com/AOC-24G2-Frameless-Adjustable-Guarantee/dp/B07GD7H18F?tag=linus21-20&th=1

 

https://www.pixiogaming.com/px247

 

https://www.newegg.com/black-red-acer-kg241q-sbiip-um-ux1aa-s02-24/p/N82E16824011368?Item=N82E16824011368&quicklink=true

 

These all look pretty good to me. I just want to know now what the main differences between them all

the acer one is a TN panel btw, it depends on how much ur willing to pay, 170usd? px247, 250usd; 24G2, i don't really have a recommendation for 300-400, too expensive for 1080p, limited for 1440p, for 500 tho, get a LG 27GL850 (pog?)

 

Edit: guessing this isn't bad for 320, but definitely should check with someone else for 300-400 range

 

https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E16824012013?Description=gigabyte 27&cm_re=gigabyte_27-_-24-012-013-_-Product&quicklink=true


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Posted · Original PosterOP
23 minutes ago, xg32 said:

the acer one is a TN panel btw, it depends on how much ur willing to pay, 170usd? px247, 250usd; 24G2, i don't really have a recommendation for 300-400, too expensive for 1080p, limited for 1440p, for 500 tho, get a LG 27GL850 (pog?)

 

Edit: guessing this isn't bad for 320, but definitely should check with someone else for 300-400 range

 

https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E16824012013?Description=gigabyte 27&cm_re=gigabyte_27-_-24-012-013-_-Product&quicklink=true

The AOC one is $144

 

I wouldn't want to pay over like 160or 170 usd

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12 hours ago, broksaj said:

i have the AOC 24g2 monitor, got it for 200€, i kinda regret not going for AOC CQ27G2U/BK or Q27G2U/BK for 120€ more to get the 1440p 144hz experience :P

 

that being said, if you can get this monitor for sub 200usd go for it, it's really nice

I would like to but it’s over what I want to pay for

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14 minutes ago, GeneralGusher said:

I would like to but it’s over what I want to pay for

beofre when i checked the monitor was like 170 usd now its over 200

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20 hours ago, xg32 said:

the acer one is a TN panel btw, it depends on how much ur willing to pay, 170usd? px247, 250usd; 24G2, i don't really have a recommendation for 300-400, too expensive for 1080p, limited for 1440p, for 500 tho, get a LG 27GL850 (pog?)

 

Edit: guessing this isn't bad for 320, but definitely should check with someone else for 300-400 range

 

https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E16824012013?Description=gigabyte 27&cm_re=gigabyte_27-_-24-012-013-_-Product&quicklink=true

 

8 hours ago, GeneralGusher said:

which one of these are better? They are all within 200 usd

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55 minutes ago, GeneralGusher said:

 

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the px247, the rest are tn panels


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I bought the 24G2U just yesterday, Originally disregarded it because I hate being stuck with non neutral colour schemes if I want to change my setup in the future but from watching videos it looked ok.

The U version is sold in the UK and the regular (no speakers or USB) seems to be sold out at many retailers in the US.

 

I am going to have a 27 inch 1440 at some point but didn't want to buy one just yet and I would have a second monitor anyway so I chose this to be it.

 

For £200, It's not that big of a decision or something I may horribly regret in the future so I went for it. 

 

Reviews have been good, not sure about now but a few months ago it was basically the best you'd get for an ips panel with 144hz. There are negatives but they're honestly not bad and even more so considering the price. 

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Just now, ErykYT3 said:

I bought the 24G2U just yesterday, Originally disregarded it because I hate being stuck with non neutral colour schemes if I want to change my setup in the future but from watching videos it looked ok.

The U version is sold in the UK and the regular (no speakers or USB) seems to be sold out at many retailers in the US.

 

I am going to have a 27 inch 1440 at some point but didn't want to buy one just yet and I would have a second monitor anyway so I chose this to be it.

 

For £200, It's not that big of a decision or something I may horribly regret in the future so I went for it. 

 

Reviews have been good, not sure about now but a few months ago it was basically the best you'd get for an ips panel with 144hz. There are negatives but they're honestly not bad and even more so considering the price. 

ok  thanks! I will look at it and see if the price drops a little

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5 minutes ago, GeneralGusher said:

ok  thanks! I will look at it and see if the price drops a little

Yep,

I actually feel kinda bad for you folks in the west. Seems like most reviewers really like this monitor but no one could get their hands on one and the lowest price here is like 240 US converted. 

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13 minutes ago, GeneralGusher said:

curved is a personal preference.

 

8 minutes ago, ErykYT3 said:

Yep,

I actually feel kinda bad for you folks in the west. Seems like most reviewers really like this monitor but no one could get their hands on one and the lowest price here is like 240 US converted. 

ya, the 24G2 is like 250-275 in the US even if it's in stock, but it is the monitor of choice even at that price range.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
44 minutes ago, xg32 said:

curved is a personal preference.

 

ya, the 24G2 is like 250-275 in the US even if it's in stock, but it is the monitor of choice even at that price range.

Thanks alotttttt

 

 

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54 minutes ago, ErykYT3 said:

Yep,

I actually feel kinda bad for you folks in the west. Seems like most reviewers really like this monitor but no one could get their hands on one and the lowest price here is like 240 US converted. 

cant you get 240hz monitors for like 200-300 usd?

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2 minutes ago, GeneralGusher said:

cant you get 240hz monitors for like 200-300 usd?

I don't know, that seems to be more than I would ever need. I don't play any competitive games and when I do I don't play ranked. 

Maybe I'll see advantages over 144hz but for the past 5 years my panel has been 48 so I'd see 144 as a godsend.

 

I think you'd see a general trend of more sacrifices made as you try to push towards getting more for less with a monitor, It's why I bought the 24g2u for now which may very well be my main If it's decent though probably will still want a 27 inch.

 

I favour picture quality over performance I think But I still prefer the two to be decent and I think the aoc excels in that. There are probably higher refresh rates but at TN or VA.

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