( 5.0 Average / 8 Ratings )
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Color can be a little washed out but that's to be expected with a 1ms 144hz TN panel. But at a similar price point as the BenQ XL2411Z and Asus VG248QE (older version of this monitor), you can't go wrong with this. It also comes with FreeSync so you can take advantage of it if you have a AMD GPU.
Honestly a very beautiful monitor. One thing I do want to point out is that it did not come with a Dual-Link DVI-D cable and without it, it wouldn't allow me to access 144hz. So that was another 20 bucks. This might not happen to you, but just letting future buyers know in advance.
Budget 144Hz gaming monitor, Bad *** design
This thing looks incredible, for a TN panel, the out-of-the-box colours were superb and everything looks so smooth!
Bought this monitor for two reasons, 144Hz and FreeSync. Both have delivered as expected, not the greatest colour range, but it's a TN panel and that wasn't my main focus. Gaming all takes places on this monitor while I run monitoring programs and TeamSpeak on the old Samsung tv.
Amazing colors, brilliant design, yet TOOOO DAM BRIGHT. I wish there was a way to decrease the brightness of the whites.
Was going to purchase an Acer GH246L 144hz monitor at Staples for $249.99 CAD before seeing they had this for $349.99, which was $50 less than ANY online retailer.
As I am using an AMD RX 580 8gb graphics card, I figured spending the extra $100 on a better monitor, with more adjustability and Freesync I couldn't say no.
Only issue I have is on it's preset settings, anytime I want a slight blue-light filter, it changes to "racing" mode.
I love it id eat it ,infact I did ( ?° ?? ?°)