Best gaming monitor under 150

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  1. Zemphus

    Zemphus New Member

    Hello insiders, does anyone know a great gaming monitor that is under 150 pounds preferably 24 inches with 75 hz. I have been searching buy haven't found a amazing one for the price yet. Thanks
     
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  2. mo-iro

    mo-iro Active Member

    Search the AOC G2460VQ6 or AOC E2460SH, they're 24 inch and 75 Hz. Those 75 Hz monitors aren't so popular where I live so I don't know if there many models around there, at least those are the only two I found and don't look to be so bad
     
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  3. Jenjar

    Jenjar Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    If you had a $200 ish budget you would be able to get into some better brands like Asus and such.
    For your budget, Acer makes some monitors that are 24inch 1080p 75Hz (One is the Acer GF246), But I have not had the best time with Acer in the past so I don't really like to buy there products.

    LG also makes a 25 Inch ultrawide for around that price from what I can tell if you would like that (LG 25UM58), and a 27 inch for around $230 or something. There is also the AOC ones like mentioned above me, but I have heard that AOC is not the best brand and they can be a bit of a pain and have issues, don't quote me though. '

    If you do wait to get a bigger budget, MSI makes a 24 inch 144Hz 1080p Monitor (The MSI Optix MAG24C). I have the Optix G27C2 and although I have only had it so far for a couple of days, I love it and the curved feature is great, and the color on the monitor looks much better then my older HP one I had before.
     
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  4. Zemphus

    Zemphus New Member

    Ty guys
     
  5. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Which one would you take if you’re me. I have three monitors options in the same price range (€200 on a deals); LG 29 UM58 (Ultra wide 21:9, could overclocked to 75Hz), MSI Optix MAG24C (144 FHD, rare review in EU) or LG24GM79G(144 FHD, seems best color for TN). It’ll replace my Eizo IPS 24 that has back light issues, and the colors still doesn’t satisfy me. It’s my first gaming monitor since i was always using portable monitor and Blades monitor. I’m looking for max 24 inch monitor.
     
  6. Jenjar

    Jenjar Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    I have the Optix G27C2 like I said and I have only had it for a few days, but I love it and I have had no issues. I think the colour on it looks great (atleast to my old HP monitor), and the curve is just one of those extra features that looks good and makes the experience better.
    The MAG Series is the new monitors from MSI that have less bezel, and some fixes that this one has (sometimes those ship with backlight bleed.).

    I don't really know much else about monitor, but going off of how this one has been working out for me, I would recommend the MSI one.
     
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