What Monitor Are You Playing On?

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  1. deltaminds

    deltaminds New Member

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  2. BHeberling

    BHeberling New Member

    I have dual lenovo y27g Razer edition monitors.

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  3. BlackFireDragon

    BlackFireDragon Well-Known Member

    My primary monitor is Asus PG348Q and secondary Asus PG279Q
  4. ZxJeremy

    ZxJeremy Active Member

    ACER 240Hz thats all with full HD and freesyn
  5. Protektor_

    Protektor_ Member

    Acer Predator Z271u
    Tn, 27 inches, WQHD, G-Sync, 1ms GTG

  6. EarlSweatshirt

    EarlSweatshirt New Member

    I'm using the 21,5" LG Full HD 22MP58VQ-P.AWZ
    I brought last month and i'm really happy with it.
    First time experiencing HD graphics.
  7. melvinsylar7

    melvinsylar7 Active Member

    I'm using a pair of LG-24MP59G
    Nothing that fancy, just 75hz
    I'm a Video Editing student hence the dual monitor set up, and I do game once a while, good old Skyrim SE, some COD's and stuff, so 75Hz monitor isn't that bad to have
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  8. Kenserky

    Kenserky Well-Known Member

    Iiyama ProLite E2407HDSD-1 (24 inches)
    Quite old but still do the job with my dinosaur (I7 1st gen and R9 290X).
  9. calebcampo

    calebcampo New Member

    1080p 60 htz dell piece of junk, I even need a VGA - HDMI converter for it to work with my laptop :smiley_cat:
  10. MonknMagic

    MonknMagic New Member

    An AOC 60Hz 24" IPS 1080p with anti-glare, and the 144Hz 15.6" IPS 1080p display that's on my monitor
  11. Sonnyoi

    Sonnyoi Active Member

    ASUS ROG PG348 3440x1440 34" 100hz Curved Ultra Wide
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  12. How would you say The input lag is? Ive watched and spending all my free time lookin for The perfect price friendly monitor but ive seen all The reviews say its 13ms input lag. Its that something you feel or think about. Please respond soon im buying it tomorow
  13. Merzhinhudour

    Merzhinhudour New Member

    I play on a Asus PB328q since 4 years now, 75hz.
  14. J.O.Z.Y

    J.O.Z.Y New Member

    Recently got the AOC C24G1 (144hz, 24" curved) and for it's price (AUD$279), I am really impressed! Currently using it in place of my laptop screen before I get my first gaming rig set up.
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  15. Asus PG258Q
    Highlights include:
    • 24.5 inch display
    • LED screen
    • 240hz refresh rate
    • G-Sync
    Being an avid CS:GO gamer I love it, but I'd not recommend it if you like having good color depth and black-level.

    I also have an HDMI cable run from my TV to the back of my computer, but having one screen at 240hz and one at 60hz messes with some games when run in windowed (borderless) mode so I usually disconnect the TV when I don't use it.
  16. HavinaGiggleBro

    HavinaGiggleBro New Member

    I use a 34inch Samsung C97J 21:9 ratio 100hz UQHD monitor and a 144hz 24inch AOC monitor
    Both using Display Ports and couple nicely with my 1070!
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  17. DeadlySinsTV

    DeadlySinsTV New Member

  18. Iron_Tiger

    Iron_Tiger New Member

    I guess I'm ultra savage as i use a Samsung Dual TV setup of UN55F7500AF and UN55NU8000 ;)
  19. Proz8323

    Proz8323 New Member

    Alienware AW2518H 240Hz 1ms

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  20. BaccaBoss2

    BaccaBoss2 Active Member

    I bought the absolute cheapest 1440P monitor I could find: the Lenovo L24Q. 1440P 60Hz, 24in. Bought it on sale for $150 from BestBuy. I love the slim bezels and brushed aluminum. IMO, 1440P is the sweet spot for gaming, which is why I'm glad the Raptor is 1440P. Maybe someday...
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