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Monitor for gaming

Sahilgarry
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Hi guys

I am looking to buy a good gaming monitor and I have decided to go with this https://eu.aoc.com/en/products/24v2q

Do you guys think this will be good?

I have RX 580 8 GB and Ryzen 2700 to go with this monitor.

Thanks

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Yup its awesome and it has free-sync..go for it

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14 hours ago, Hiya! said:

Yup its awesome and it has free-sync..go for it

Thanks

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Depends what your budget is, only price I could find on that AOC 24V2Q was for $215.
If your budget is ~$200 USD for a gaming monitor I'd recommend going with the Acer below unless an IPS panel is truly that important to you, I'd argue 144Hz is a bigger deal than an IPS panel and with FreeSync and your AMD card you'll really take advantage of it.

AOC 24V2Q ($216 USD)  - IPS / 1080p / 75Hz / FreeSync
Acer XFA240 ($200 USD)  -  TN / 1080p / 144Hz / FreeSync
 

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