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Dell Alienware 25 Gaming Monitor + $50 Dell Rewards: 240Hz / FreeSync / 24.5" 1920x1080 / 1ms - $350 w/ Free Shipping

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Get $50 back in bonus Dell Advantage Rewards if you're a Dell Advantage member (free to sign up [dell.com]).

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Specs
  • 24.5" 1920x1080 resolution
  • 240Hz max. refresh rate
  • 1ms response time
  • AMD FreeSync support
  • TN (Twisted Nematic) panel
  • Height, tilt, pivot & swivel adjustable stand
  • Ports:
    • 1x DisplayPort
    • 2x HDMI 2.0
    • 4x USB 3.0
    • 1x Audio Out
    • 1x Headphone Jack
  • 3 Years Advanced Exchange Service
  • Model #: AW2518HF
G-Sync version w/ $50 Rewards is also on sale for $499.99 LINK [dell.com]
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Good deal, but to anyone who lives near a microcenter the Acer Predator XB252Q is 429$ with gsync
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Trust me,once you see 240hz monitor, you can't go back to any other monitors.
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Good deal, but to anyone who lives near a microcenter the Acer Predator XB252Q is 429$ with gsync
Is the XB252Q better or worse than the Dell S2716DG?
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Trust me,once you see 240hz monitor, you can't go back to any other monitors.

After seeing OLED, I can't go back to any LCDs... currently using a 55" B6 OLED as my gaming monitor lol
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After seeing OLED, I can't go back to any LCDs... currently using a 55" B6 OLED as my gaming monitor lol
Same.. using 55 e6. Oled is too pretty
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Dell's own 144hz 1440P gsync S2716DG was on sale for $350 just last week, so why would you spend $500 for a gsync1080P? unless you're a pro CSGO player, 240hz is overkill in most gaming situations because the game engines are limited to 200fps max (battlefield, destiny2, etc.)
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Why are there a billion more FreeSync monitors than there are Gsync monitors?

Who the hell is still buying AMD video cards...
Because FreeSync is free to add to your device, Gsync requires paying NVidia
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Why are there a billion more FreeSync monitors than there are Gsync monitors?

Who the hell is still buying AMD video cards...G
G-sync is NVIDIA's proprietary and charges premium for the extra module, thus less monitor partners. Freesync is open source. AMD's vega series isn't half bad and a lot of people still prefer the R9-390 type video cards for medium graphics gaming but at higher fps.
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After seeing OLED, I can't go back to any LCDs... currently using a 55" B6 OLED as my gaming monitor lol
What's the response time?
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PC Monitors are all over priced junk along with video cards.

I bought a g-sync AoC 144hz 24" 3 years ago for $350 and today its the same price or higher. I have no issue with 1080p monitors but everything is over priced.
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What's the response time?
according to an amazon review 35ms.

i'll stick with my 2k 144hz 1ms acer XG270HU.

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Gaming monitors on PC will be ~1-2 ms response time, for example, so the time between you moving your mouse and that movement showing on the monitor is effectively unnoticeable. TVs unfortunately have a major problem they can't overcome to get their response time that low: size. It takes time to process and send a signal to all of the LEDs. The bigger the TV, the worse this generally is. TV Response times are usually in the 60-100 range, and are very noticeable if you are used to a computer monitor. However, this TV is clocking at around 35ms response time, which is phenomenal for a TV this size (both the 55 and 65 had similar response times). It appears that OLED TVs just naturally have a better response time, so if you want the best TV with the best gaming specs on the market, this is it.
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Trust me,once you see 240hz monitor, you can't go back to any other monitors.
144Hz is fine. Other then CS:GO what GPU is going to deliver anything near 244 FPS on modern games? Not to mention most modern game engines wont go over 200FPS.
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