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[eBay Plus] AOC 24G2 24" Monitor $256.50 Delivered @ Shopping Express eBay

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Original Coupon Deal

A Slight saving on the AOC 24G2, Which looks to be an extremely popular gaming monitor
24" Flat Panel IPS ,1080, 144hz, 1ms, Adaptive Sync

$256.50 + Free Postage with Ebay Plus
Also when using Ebay Shopback Expect around (3%) $7.698 back
Dropping it to a total of $248.90

A Full review can be found here
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MHdeDv9bqI

Granted its rrp is around $269+Postage from most other places online

So if you are looking at one of these, the slight saving and free postage (when buying with an ebay plus account) This might be worth while

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    Also when using Ebay Shopback Expect around (3%) $7.698 back

    Using coupon code isn't eligible for Cashback.

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    Bought this from different seller 3 weeks ago. Still waiting to be shipped :(

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    Best price ever?

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      I think the best deal was when they were doing gift card cashbacks a couple of months ago. Amazing monitor. Bought full price and have not regretted it

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    Hardware Unboxed (very reputable Tech YouTube channel) considers this the best 144hz 1080p money can buy. 1ms response times and IPS panel, freesync as well seems a no brainer.

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      best money can buy? seriously doubt that

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        best for a 1080p 144hz monitor that is.

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          yeh doubt that

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            @abctoz: It's not a big market segment, at least in terms of IPS panels, so yeah they pretty much are right.

            The AOC C24G1 (VA panel) and the AOC 24G2 feature prominently.

            You can see them compared and contrasted against each other in this review:

            https://pcmonitors.info/reviews/aoc-24g2u-24g2/

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              @jasswolf: he didn't even say ips he just said 'best 144hz 1080p monitor', which just doesn't sound right…

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                @abctoz: The alternatives are dated TN panels, cheap VA implementations and crappy 27" panels. Outside of the TN options, it's a very thin market. These days, most of the work is put into 1440p 144Hz, 1080p 240Hz, and soon 1440p 240Hz and 4k 144hz.

                Hence this Panda panel with a wide colour gamut and good response times winning out.

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                  @jasswolf: dated but still very much in demand no? https://prosettings.net/cs-go-pro-settings-gear-list/

                  it depends on what you're doing - i'm not saying this is a bad product, i actually think it's good value and gives good image quality, but saying this is the 'best monitor money can buy' is highly dubious, for one everybody has different needs

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                    @abctoz: You just linked me a page full of people using 240Hz TN monitors, which duh because eSports. We're talking about 144Hz here.

                    Soon, they'll be using updated 240Hz TN, 240Hz IPS and 360Hz TN.

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                      @jasswolf: still plenty of people on 144hz TN panel too…

                      but that's the point everybody's needs are different

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                        @abctoz: Mate I'm not against TN technology, all I'm saying is that away from options from 2014-2016, the 1080p 144Hz panel market was dead. The IPS market was even worse, and the VA market was mostly botched garbage.

                        Those two AOC models are bright spots in an otherwise bleak landscape.

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                          @jasswolf: and i think they're good value for the broader audience, but you have to be careful when you say "best monitor money can buy", competitive gamers would always pick the TN panel

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                            @abctoz: If you're a competitive gamer in 2020, you're picking the 240Hz panel, because 75% of the GPUs for sale can do 1080p 240Hz on passable settings in eSports titles without breaking a sweat, and they're updated with better colours and better response times than before. IPS is now fast enough (and in this case, cheap enough) that 144Hz is fine on either technology.

                            Please tell your mates this, because right now there's only one such 240Hz model stocked in Australia, despite 6 common brands having a model (or two). Soon we'll have more good 240Hz IPS options than we will TN, because apparently the retailers have NFI.

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                              @jasswolf: yeh i'm not touching those until prices come down, they're priced pretty ludicrous at the moment :P

                              to the competitive gamer visual fidelity means little, if it's over the top it can actually distract you.. that's why almost everybody uses low settings/low res to max fps and make things easier to see

                              the learning curve of competitive games is steep, and your equipment can only take you so far, most people will never reach the level where the equipment is the a significant limiting factor - there is usually always somewhere else they can improve first that makes way more difference, and that takes a lot of practice/thought.

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                                @abctoz: I've seen testing data of refresh rates up to 360Hz that show a performance increase for each one, and medical research shows the human eye benefits up to 1000Hz (mostly in the peripheral vision after 200Hz, but that remains important for motion perception).

                                We're going to go pretty quickly to 480Hz, but what I want to see more of is screen tech that can do proper black frame insertion (so, microLED). The two combined will make for incredibly smooth motion with great colours and colour consistency.

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                                  @jasswolf: for sure, but when you're playing a game like dota - during big fights you'll be lucky to maintain 144fps lol

                                  on fps games you'll get a performance boost for sure, but aiming is maybe only 25% of the game, there are so many other skills you need…

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    I was tossing up between this or the 27inch version but I guess for now I'll just get this.

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