expired Astivita Gaming IPS LED Monitor 31.5" 1440p 2k Resolution 2560 x 1440 WQHD Frameless 75hz $261.75 Delivered @ Amazon AU


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Astivita Gaming IPS LED Monitor - 31.5" inch 1440p 2k Resolution 2560 x 1440 WQHD Frameless 75Hz

2560x1440 WQHD Resolution, which is about 1.8 times clearer than Full HD
20,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio —— 1200:1 Static Contrast Ratio
2ms Response Time Ultra Slim Frameless IPS LED Panel + VESA Compatible
75Hz at 2k Resolution

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  • -3 votes

    Can it really be called a gaming monitor at 75hz?

    I guess if you are not playing first person shooters or using it for a console it would be a great monitor.

    • +4 votes

      Why is this comment getting neg'ed? It's a great monitor (I have one), and its ok for gaming, but wouldn't most 'gaming monitors' be 120Hz+ and support FreeSync/GSync (which this doesn't)?

  • +1 vote

    I have had 2 of these for over 1 year- great monitors and very happy with them.
    Fine for gaming but Im no Fortnite streamer or anything but great quality and nice screen res.
    Actually prefer the 2k res as easy to read text and work on as well.


    I assume you need a decent GPU to run these?

    I'm looking for a 2nd screen for my Xiaomi 13.3" laptop but I'm not certain it would work


      You only need a decent GPU for gaming. If it's just for web / videos / etc. then any system will be capable of displaying 2560x1440.


        Would it be possible to run games at 1080p for bigger/intensive games (say GTAV, Battlefield etc) but for something less intensive (e.g. Fifa, Star Wars) put it up to 1440p? Not sure if a screen can "downscale" without losing quality or leaving an ugly black border.

        I have a GTX1060 6gb for reference

        • +1 vote

          It will look like any other 31.5" 1080p monitor if you downscale it. 31.5" is quite large for 1080p though and will look pretty grainy but a GTX 1060 is a good 1080p gaming card and shouldnt see any issues if you do choose to downscale.

        • +1 vote

          I have one and I would NOT say it has very good built-in scaling from native 2560x1440.

          In regards to using this as a second screen, it is awesome, but you need a port that supports 2560x1440. Not all HDMI goes beyond 1920x1080, DisplayPort does the resolution but not everything (especially laptops) has DP.

          • +1 vote

            @norkle: You can run it at 1080p but it wont look great. I have a 1060 and it should handle most games in 1440p on medium with some flashy stuff turned off.

        • +1 vote

          1080 doesn't evenly divide into 1440, so it doesn't look good. No border - the display or GPU can do the scaling. If you only want 1080p, buy a 1080p monitor. If you have a 2070 you can just get by at 1440p, but really you need at least a RTX2080, and the 2080ti is ideal.

          edit PS you should also to be able to set custom resolutions that cut down on te grunt required. eg 2560x1080 which is the same as many ultrawide monitor, but will result in black bars top and bottom.


      almost any GPU will drive this.
      you dont need to worry.

      old imacs have this resolution with like Radeon 6770M 1/2GB


    The price is right, but didn’t I hear horrible things about this brand in previous deals?

    Should I spend more for something else?

    • +2 votes

      I got one of these in the Amazon Prime sales at a similar price, and to be honest I've been really happy with it. The build quality is not fantastic. monitor buttons are a bit fiddly and the speakers are awful, but the screen is fine and for under $300 for a 31.5 inch monitor @ 1440P I'm really pleased with it. I use mine for PC stuff and PS4 gaming (alas the PS4 does not support 1440 but the extra real estate over my previous 23 incher is appreciated).
      From the reviews it can be a bit of a lottery.

  • +6 votes

    which is about 1.8 times clearer than Full HD

    That's not how this works. That's not how any of this works.


    Anything like this in Ultra wide?


    Is an Astivita rep monitoring (no pun intended) this deal? My speakers dont work :(