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Cheap gaming monitor to replace my S2309W.

post #1 of 10
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I have a 1070 so I won't be able to make use of freesync.
However is there a cheap gaming monitor that has native 75hz with no frame skipping?
I've checked some monitos.

Dell P2417H
LG 24MP59G-P
Dell UltraSharp U2414H
Asus VG245HE

I want to stay at FHD,as I don't upgrade frequently and my 1070 won't be able to keep up with 2K in a year or two.
Anyone has a monitor from the above to confirm that they can handle 75 hz with a nvidia card?
If none supports that ,which one from the above(or at that price range) do you suggest?
post #2 of 10
Hey,
1070 is enough to push fps to 60 at qhd but that probably won't last much in some upcoming "aaa" games, so 1080p might be a good idea. It will easily do 200fps in competitive games though
I am kinda looking for good 1080p 60hz (or overclockable) monitor too since I only have 1060.

Maybe look here:
http://wecravegamestoo.com/forums/monitor-reviews-discussion/15723-monitor-questions-read-1st-post-post-questions-here-send-me-private-message.html
There are links to few topics with recommended monitors.

As for 75hz - most are 60hz but maybe some can be overclocked? not sure.
btw. There is also U2417H (You listed 2014 model)
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post #3 of 10
Thread Starter 
Thanks,link helped.
But generally it's a mess at that price range.
Tbh right now I'm thinking
ASUS VG245HE
LG 24MP68VQ
LG 24MP59G-P

They all have Freesync,so I guess with oc they'll work at 75 hz.
If I get the chance to see them up close,maybe it will help me choose.
The cheapest out of those three and the easiest to find is the lg 59 model.
post #4 of 10
Thread Starter 
For the record,I got the LG 24MP59G-P.
Supports 75hz with nvidia card.
The difference of the ips panel from the tn at colors is noticeable.
It has some ips glow at lower corners but no bleeding.
At that price,I think it's a very good option.
Also it's very good looking with an awesome base.

Ps.Tried to oc at 80hz but didn't work.Didn't try anything lower as I don't think it's worth the effort.
post #5 of 10
The 24MP59G also has a mode to single strobe at 75hz. I doubt it is pleasant for browsing or working, but for games it should be worthwhile feature
post #6 of 10
HP 25ES or 25ER.
post #7 of 10
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by mokkat View Post

The 24MP59G also has a mode to single strobe at 75hz. I doubt it is pleasant for browsing or working, but for games it should be worthwhile feature
Tried at browsing.Felt like I was in a rave party.
I'll give it a try while gaming.
There is a difference at gaming from 60hz.
Tried csgo and switching from 75 to 60 while gaming and it was noticeable.
post #8 of 10
Thread Starter 
Believe it or not that strobe thing does a difference at gaming.
Gotta find a way now how to activate it automatically when I game.
post #9 of 10
I think Asus VG245HE is a great choice. I have used ASUS monitor for years.but not the Asus VG245HE one.
You also can see MSI Optix G24C released in August, a great 144 hz monitor. support AMD FreeSync. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B072JZ66T3/
Edited by David889 - 10/22/17 at 5:56pm
post #10 of 10
MSI G24C , VA 144Hz, curved 1080p is a great bang for the buck, at $200-220 , newegg.com and/or newegg ebay
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