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AOC G2460PF - 24" LED HD FreeSync 1ms response time and 144Hz Monitor $209.99 & FREE Shipping - Amazon

Moneyd623 9 18 May 18, 2016 at 03:48 PM in Monitors (6) More Amazon Deals
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Last Edited by BeAuMaN May 18, 2016 at 05:22 PM
Not sure if this was posted, but I just bought one and figured I would share. I also recycled content from a previous post on the same product (hope that's ok).

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01BV1XBEI


Key Specs
Input(s) VGA|DVI|HDMI|DisplayPort
Refresh Rate144Hz
Max Resolution 1920 x 1080
Response Time 1 milliseconds
Screen Size 24 inches
Warranty Parts & Labor 3 years
Panel 1 year


full specs:
http://aoc-europe.com/en/products/g2460pf

My first post, so sorry if I'm missing stuff, I'll try to fix it as people point out things.
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#3
Been waiting on a monitor with these exact specs except the AMD FreeSync. I guess i wouldn't get a similar deal on the same specs with G-Sync. I may bite. Depends on the upcoming opinions...
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A heads up to those that care, this is a TN panel not IPS.
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Quote from nfs3freak View Post :
A heads up to those that care, this is a TN panel not IPS.
Anyone interested in this monitor should know this. But good looking out, it's a fast a great monitor for the price.
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144hz or IPS? With only a single GTX 750 TI should I just stick with IPS?
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144hz or IPS? With only a single GTX 750 TI should I just stick with IPS?
Depends if you play games where 144hz helps. Only really useful in shooters.
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I need to buy 2 monitors, to replace some that I've had for 4 years with some dead pixels. As a budget (hardcore) gamer, how concerned should I be that these aren't IPS?

Currently I have an i5 4670k with a GPU (I think it is an amd 4750? -- around 150-200 about... 2-3 years ago?) that's on the end of its legs. Planning to upgrade the GPU and spending... $3-400 in... 3-6 months, but I'm down to 1 monitor atm and it's driving me crazy. I'm never going to be a dual Titan SLI w/e kind of person, but I'm just wondering if I'm gimping myself by not trying to get a better monitor?

I'm hoping that these nice "but not the nicest" monitors will be so much better than what I was using before, I don't think I'll know what I'm missing by waiting on something similar (budget is less than 250 each, 500 for 2 good gaming monitors)...

Also, I'm a noob, go easy on me plz.

Edit: also, are we likely to see better deals this coming Memorial Day?
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Last edited by Valheru May 18, 2016 at 05:07 PM
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From my (limited) understanding of the IPS vs TN debate, you normally get better colors out of an IPS monitor. I've heard this is becoming less and less apparent with newer TN panels, though I can't confirm this myself, it's just what I've read on review sites. Personally I've never had a bad experience with the colors on any monitor, but maybe I'm just not that picky about colors being perfectly accurate. Beyond that, TN panels have worse viewing angles (as if you wont be right in front of the thing anyways) and IPS monitors are generally slower on response times.

All that being said, this is a bargain gaming monitor. Gives you the big shiny features (144Hz and Free Sync) at the lowest price you'll find for a new comparable monitor.
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Quote from Moneyd623 View Post :
From my (limited) understanding of the IPS vs TN debate, you normally get better colors out of an IPS monitor. I've heard this is becoming less and less apparent with newer TN panels, though I can't confirm this myself, it's just what I've read on review sites. Personally I've never had a bad experience with the colors on any monitor, but maybe I'm just not that picky about colors being perfectly accurate. Beyond that, TN panels have worse viewing angles (as if you wont be right in front of the thing anyways) and IPS monitors are generally slower on response times.

All that being said, this is a bargain gaming monitor. Gives you the big shiny features (144Hz and Free Sync) at the lowest price you'll find for a new comparable monitor.

Pulling the trigger on 2. Hoping that I don't regret this decision come memorial day...
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144hz or IPS? With only a single GTX 750 TI should I just stick with IPS?
The 750ti won't really push high frame rates on most games, plus this is free sync which is AMD.

Always ips comments with these types of monitors, if it says 144hz it's gonna be tn especially at $210

Awesome price for a free sync capable monitor.
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Last edited by DoItAllMike May 18, 2016 at 05:23 PM
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This monitor has been this price for the past two months, and is likely the normal price for it now.



Quote from Valheru View Post :
I need to buy 2 monitors, to replace some that I've had for 4 years with some dead pixels. As a budget (hardcore) gamer, how concerned should I be that these aren't IPS?
In general, IPS is better visuals (e.g. pretty looking), and TN is better for response time for FPS games.

Personally I will sacrifice response time for a better looking picture any day of the week, but I'm also not a pro gamer who will notice a few ms of latency.

Unless you are gaming on both of them I would only get one of these, and a second IPS monitor to use as your primary display for watching videos, browsing webpages, etc. I really wish AOC had a IPS twin to this (same design) as it would be a great setup.
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Found this review on it... https://pcmonitors.info/reviews/aoc-g2460pf/

It has a whole bunch of stuff that I have no idea what its talking about...
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I hate to be a downer but it's been this price since March
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FYI There's another TN panel [bestbuy.com] for $250 that may be worthy of consideration.It's fast (1ms) but lacks some other attributes that gamers are looking for.

For my purposes I want the rez (2560 x 1440) and screen area (27"). It hasn't had much attention because people are still finding out that this newer gen TN panel has nearly the same horizontal viewing angles as IPS; great rgb color coverage; very bright (350 cd); low energy consumption. Well reviewed.
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