( 4.5 Average / 2 Ratings )
144 Hz - 1920x1080p - $180 - Took a bit of a gamble on this one for a sale price of just under $180. Glad I did. Factory color settings are pretty crap. I used the Windows default driver and went to Color Management>Advanced>Calibrate Display. Windows has an easy to follow guide and I think I got my display looking quite nice. Also enabled 144 Hz in Adapter Properties>Monitor and tested it on https://www.testufo.com/
Got for the insane price of $134.98 and it was one of the best decisions I made in this build. Going from a 60Hz monitor with 5ms response times to a 144Hz 1ms monitor made a huge difference and I could immediately tell it once I enabled 144Hz in windows settings. Factory color settings are pretty crap though, but I found a custom color setup that looks great to me. 5/5.