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I wouldn't recommend that AOC, its lowest brightness is 154 nits which is a really high minimum brightness level, and far too high for dark room viewing unless you had a strong bias light behind the monitor. I'd say the nixeus NX-VUE24A is a good choice, or the newer ViewSonic XG2401, however the Viewsonic only recently launched so you'd have no in depth reviews to go by, just whatever folks have commented on it on amazon after purchasing.

I agree with the NX-VUE24A. It is the only 1080p 144Hz FreeSync monitor with a verified and certified rage of 30Hz to 144Hz. Its available on Newegg for about the same price at the moment:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824267005

If you don't care for the height adjustable stand, the NX-VUE24B version is a bit lower price at Newegg too. It's also closer to your budget of $230:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824267006


I've read that you may have to lower the brightness from the default setting and tilt the monitor up a little to get the best viewing and color.
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I want to know is this a better option than the ASUS VN248H-P or Benq rl2455hm?
     
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I want to know is this a better option than the ASUS VN248H-P or Benq rl2455hm?

The Asus has MHL, the BenQ has Senseye 3 and the Viewsonic has Freesync. According to their specifications the Viesonic has a 2ms response time compared with the other two that have 1.

 

I have decided I will get the Viewsonic just for Freesync as I don't really care so much for Senseye technology due to using F.lux (day time level is set at 60000K rather than 65000 as I can't stand that excessive blueness) and MHL can be achieved by simply using an MHL cable. Though why I would do that is a mystery to me as there is not one game on my phone that I would like to play on my PC screen.

 

Edit: forgot to add in my idea's on MHL.


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The VN248H uses an IPS panel from 2013 (Review by =DEAD=) which uses LED PWM Dimming or Flicker which ruins motion clarity and makes some people suffer from health issues like headaches and/or eyestrain:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/97364704@N08/16320517710/

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/articles/content/pulse_width_modulation.htm#side_effects

The BenQ is a 60hz TN panel without Free-Sync and bad colour presets (applies to all BenQ gaming monitors which need to be switched from their awful FPS/RTS modes to the Standard mode). 60hz BenQ TN's also usually suffer from obvious overshoot ghosting (AMA High=default overdrive) or slower pixel response versus AHVA/IPS/PLS (AMA Off). Viewsonic monitors tend to have great colour presets with no frills, decent overdrive, and Free-Sync is a huge advantage.
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The VN248H uses an IPS panel from 2013 (Review by =DEAD=) which uses LED PWM Dimming or Flicker which ruins motion clarity and makes some people suffer from health issues like headaches and/or eyestrain:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/97364704@N08/16320517710/

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/articles/content/pulse_width_modulation.htm#side_effects

The BenQ is a 60hz TN panel without V-Sync and bad colour presets (applies to all BenQ gaming monitors which need to be switched from their awful FPS/RTS modes to the Standard mode). 60hz BenQ TN's also usually suffer from obvious overshoot ghosting (AMA High=default overdrive) or slower pixel response versus AHVA/IPS/PLS (AMA Off). Viewsonic monitors tend to have great colour presets with no frills, decent overdrive, and Free-Sync is a huge advantage.

I did not know this, very valuable information. Confirms I made the right choice, thanks a lot.

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Ok, guys I got the VX2457-MHD.

First off, the panel looks GREAT. Granted I only have a 6-7 year old middle of the road panel to compare it to, but I am VERY impressed with how sharp it is, and how well the colors look. Right off the bat, for $170 I am happy there. It's WAY more crisp and colorful than my Acer 24" 1080p that I paid $300 for in 2009.

Secondly, it is a 75hz panel, not a 60hz. I know that's only 25% better than 60, but to me that made a huge difference. It appears the Freesync range is 46-75hz. Freesync works GREAT. BF4 was 10x smoother than it has ever been for me. It improved my shooting immensely. No lie. I was tracking better, and my shots were hitting where I aimed. I also tried Rocket League, and the results were VERY impressive there as well. MUCH smoother, and I felt like I was able to determine where the ball would be MUCH easier than my old panel.

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Ok, guys I got the VX2457-MHD.

First off, the panel looks GREAT. Granted I only have a 6-7 year old middle of the road panel to compare it to, but I am VERY impressed with how sharp it is, and how well the colors look. Right off the bat, for $170 I am happy there. It's WAY more crisp and colorful than my Acer 24" 1080p that I paid $300 for in 2009.

Secondly, it is a 75hz panel, not a 60hz. I know that's only 25% better than 60, but to me that made a huge difference. It appears the Freesync range is 46-75hz. Freesync works GREAT. BF4 was 10x smoother than it has ever been for me. It improved my shooting immensely. No lie. I was tracking better, and my shots were hitting where I aimed. I also tried Rocket League, and the results were VERY impressive there as well. MUCH smoother, and I felt like I was able to determine where the ball would be MUCH easier than my old panel.

I know this is a budget panel and many of you won't get excited for it. But for me, it was a HUGE HUGE HUGE upgrade. I'm very happy with it. It's not much more expensive than other 75hz 1080p panels, and it looks amazing.

If only someone can compare it with the Benq RL2450hm/RL2455hm ( I own the 2450 and I am very satisfied for 200$ )

And is the Freesync really worth it or should i go with

Acer GN246HL Black 24" 1ms 144Hz
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If only someone can compare it with the Benq RL2450hm/RL2455hm ( I own the 2450 so and I am very satisfied for 200$ )

Yes, they both seem to have very similar specs. The Benq lacks Freesync and has a higher price tag, but I wouldn't be surprised if the Benq has a better panel. But I must say again, I'm really happy with the color and sharpness of the Viewsonic.
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Ok, guys I got the VX2457-MHD.

First off, the panel looks GREAT. Granted I only have a 6-7 year old middle of the road panel to compare it to, but I am VERY impressed with how sharp it is, and how well the colors look. Right off the bat, for $170 I am happy there. It's WAY more crisp and colorful than my Acer 24" 1080p that I paid $300 for in 2009.

Secondly, it is a 75hz panel, not a 60hz. I know that's only 25% better than 60, but to me that made a huge difference. It appears the Freesync range is 46-75hz. Freesync works GREAT. BF4 was 10x smoother than it has ever been for me. It improved my shooting immensely. No lie. I was tracking better, and my shots were hitting where I aimed. I also tried Rocket League, and the results were VERY impressive there as well. MUCH smoother, and I felt like I was able to determine where the ball would be MUCH easier than my old panel.

I know this is a budget panel and many of you won't get excited for it. But for me, it was a HUGE HUGE HUGE upgrade. I'm very happy with it. It's not much more expensive than other 75hz 1080p panels, and it looks amazing.

I got mine today too and I am so impressed. Coming from an 8 year old 1680x1050 to the sharpness of this screen is amazing.

 

25" 1080p 75Hz Freesync... I am in love! I placed the old 2253BW next to it and I can't believe what I've missed out on.

 

Without Flux it is too bright for my eyes so I am still going to use Flux (set to 3400K) to soften the tones, otherwise my eyes will get tired very quickly.

 

Quote:

I paid 153 USD including delivery.

 

Edit: do we need a DP cable to get Freesync working or does it work over HDMI as well? I can't find any information on it.

 

Found it, Freesync is disabled when using the HDMI cable. Need to test it with DP cable. Sadly I don't have one, will get one tomorrow.


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