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RoyalSpartan

hey

im looking for a decent 144hz g sync compatible monitor..

ill mainly game and watch movies on it.

i have been thinking about these three:

AOC G2460PF

Samsung C24FG73FQM

viewsonic XG2401

 

the samsung one has a VA panel which is better in terms of color quality and contrast... but higher response times (will that be noticeable?)

will the samsung's VA panel be much better than the others ,and more faster-TN panels in terms of color? (i mean, is the better color worth the higher delays? or these delays are barely noticeable anyway?)

 

thank you, for helping me :P

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Samsung looks good, but idk how much movies you will watch compared to gaming. If you are gonna be watching a lot of movies you should get something IPS and preferably 1440p+. Samsung may not be great for movies but will be good for games. For movies i suggest dell ultrasharp 1440p 27inch.

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11 minutes ago, Zeddex said:

Samsung looks good, but idk how much movies you will watch compared to gaming. If you are gonna be watching a lot of movies you should get something IPS and preferably 1440p+. Samsung may not be great for movies but will be good for games. For movies i suggest dell ultrasharp 1440p 27inch.

ye, ill probably be gaming 80% of the time, i just dont want the image quality to be that bad...

so you say the samsung will grant me the best image quality and a decent input lag ?(out of these 3 monitors and around that price tag)

 

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An average 144 Hz VA panel feels like a 100 Hz TN or a 120 IPS. VA is slow.

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46 minutes ago, 191x7 said:

An average 144 Hz VA panel feels like a 100 Hz TN or a 120 IPS. VA is slow.

so if my pc i at 144hz i see only 100 fps? on a 144HZ VA panel

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8 minutes ago, RoyalSpartan said:

so if my pc i at 144hz i see only 100 fps? on a 144HZ VA panel

Not really, if you have 144 fps on a 144 fps screen, you still see 144 fps.

The latency (delay) is something else. 

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but its 1ms? 

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I would recommend Samsung C24FG73FQM for its colors and viewing angles. It features 1ms response time and 144hz refresh rate which is more than enough if you're a casual gamer and as you said you will be watching movies alongside, the Samsung's VA panels are better than TN for it. So, overall, if we consider a monitor for mixed usage which is better at gaming and as well as for other tasks, Samsung C24FG73FQM is the best monitor.

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