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24 Inch 1440p IPS vs 24 inch 1080p 144hz

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I'm looking to upgrade my monitor, and I'm struggling which one I should get. I've only so much money I'm willing to spend, but I've found two monitor within my price range. However, I don't which one I would enjoy more. I do play competitive games like rocket league and overwatch, so I would feel as though the 1ms response time and 144hz would be super nice. But at the same time, I would really like a little higher res than 1080p, but the 1440p monitor i found in my price range has a 6ms response time. It is also an IPS monitor so it has way better colors. I currently am running a 21 inch 1080p Ips monitor that has served me well, but I would like an upgrade. These are the two monitors.

 

https://www.microcenter.com/product/482600/l24q-20-238-wqhd-75hz-hdmi-dp-led-monitor

 

https://www.microcenter.com/product/513781/g2460fq-24-full-hd-144hz-dvi-hdmi-dp-gaming-led-monitor

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IPS displays are beautiful, I love mine. 75Hz isn't too bad for competitive games, I play Rocket League on 75Hz.

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14 minutes ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

IPS displays are beautiful, I love mine. 75Hz isn't too bad for competitive games, I play Rocket League on 75Hz.

I agree, IPS panels are leagues better than TN. And I think 24" is a bit small for 1440p. I like 27", but 25 and 30+ are also popular. Also, the response time, as long as it's about 5ms or less, will be relatively unnoticeable to all but a professional FPS player. Refresh rate matters much more. That said I do like high refresh rate... So it's more up to you. Since it's 75 Hz I'd probably go with that. If it were 60, probably not.

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3 hours ago, Cereal5 said:

I agree, IPS panels are leagues better than TN. And I think 24" is a bit small for 1440p. I like 27", but 25 and 30+ are also popular. Also, the response time, as long as it's about 5ms or less, will be relatively unnoticeable to all but a professional FPS player. Refresh rate matters much more. That said I do like high refresh rate... So it's more up to you. Since it's 75 Hz I'd probably go with that. If it were 60, probably not.

27" seems to be the recommended minimum for 1440p. I personally have a 27" 1080p display which some people find to be a problem, but I sit far enough back from my display that I don't have that issue.

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On 11/9/2018 at 10:42 PM, Crunchy Dragon said:

27" seems to be the recommended minimum for 1440p. I personally have a 27" 1080p display which some people find to be a problem, but I sit far enough back from my display that I don't have that issue.

I sit closer to my monitor then most people so, honestly 24 inches is the perfect size. I ended up going with the lenovo monitor. It looks great and the pixel density is fantastic. Feels worlds sharper than my 1080p monitor

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