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AOC 24G2U

AOC 24G2U

  • Maximum resolution: 1920x1080
  • Screen size: 23.8 inches
  • Refresh rate: 144 Hz
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4.7 / 5
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7 days ago
IPS, 1ms, 144hz where no pixels have died yet for under 2000, do not see what could have been better

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2 months ago
Very good screen with a lot of color settings that give access to get what you want. Bought for SEK 2000 on sale and is super satisfied.

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4 months ago
My first screen with 144Hz (not a day too early) and very happy so far =)

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8 months ago
+ Good IPS panel + USB HUB + 144hz + Thin frames + Freesync / G-sync compatible + Low input delay, noticing no difference from my old 144hz TN panel. - Still waiting for a 1440p variant, would of course have become considerably more expensive.

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9 months ago
Affordable screen. Have had mine for a few months and it works perfectly.

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10 months ago
Got the screen today and is incredibly pleased. + 144Hz which is really nice. + Great colors and blackness. + Basically no backlight bleed. + Good build quality. + Very thin edges. + No dead pixels. Didn't find anything negative with the screen so far. You could control the OSD with a joystick instead of buttons, but that's just a matter of taste. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!

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a year ago*
Terribly affordable screen. Really good picture, G-sync works as it should. Can't have a more affordable screen today. Would definitely recommend a purchase!
*Edited a year

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a year ago*
+ Freesync and works with Nvidia's G-sync (G-sync verified takes time to get Nvidia to be Nvidia). + 144Hz. + Low input lag. + Price! + Color and Blackness. + IPS. - OSD. Used it just over a day and so far it is absolutely superb. Previously had a Benq XL2411Z and that panel did not want to run 144Hz over HDMI so when the graphics card got an upgrade (and I lost DVI) it became a screen upgrade at the same time. The OSD could have been made much better. Been to a lot of screens the last few years and this one belongs to them worse when it comes to placement of buttons and design of OSD. Sure, you get used to the placement of the buttons after you have found a setting that feels good so you don't have to pill there for a while but .. Yes. The colors cannot be compared to calibrated screens that cost two to three times more than this one but for the money I am very impressed! Update, I was lucky with IPS and BG Bleed. If I actively search for it then it may be a little noticeable though, I forgot to write something about it because it was almost non existent.
*Edited a year

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a year ago*
Written after a couple of weeks of use. + Freesync (+ G-sync *) + Low IPS glow and almost no background-bleed. + Excellent contrast and blackness for an IPS panel. + Large color space that goes far beyond sRGB. + Impressive pixel response. + Girl free. +/- A slight temperature shift on the right side. +/- 6 bit + frc. * (Have tested a handful of games with the G-sync switch on the Nvidia control panel. The display's built-in FPS counter indicates that G-sync is working. G-sync on the number varies. G-sync off, it's locked to 144 regardless of FPS in play. Subjectively, the flow and latencies feel much better, so I trust that G-sync is turned on and working.) - - - - - - - - - - - Other thoughts. My panel was almost perfect. No defective pixels, and just a slight faint IPS glow on the right side that is visible when the screen shows something black and there is off lighting in the room. Still light years better than the gray-dull blackness that my ASUS TN panel shows. The pixel response as said is very impressive for an IPS panel. Not far from my (TN) ASUS vg248qe, which is still at the top of the fastest pixel response times on the market. The temperature shift is noticeable, but not disturbing. When viewing a single-color light gray image, the right side is slightly colder (blue). The screen is 6bit + FRC instead of real 8bit. Could only see this when I was looking for it. And even then it was very difficult to detect. The built-in speakers redefine the term "canned sound". Not worth dragging down the score because then I consider built-in speakers to be a bonus feature. Has headphone jack, so use it instead. - - - - - - - - - - - For this price the screen is impressive! Considered putting 9 out of 10, but I honestly don't think there is any better game screen in this price range. Hence 10 out of 10. Obvious choice for the gamer on a strict budget!
*Edited a year

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a year ago
Liked the screen for the few hours I tested it. + 144hz also freesync + Black and colors + USB hub -Not g-sync compatible (at the time of writing). -built-in speakers should only be used in an emergency. Unfortunately, my ex had a brilliant white pixel in the center of the screen, which I couldn't ignore at dark games, so it was sent back to the store and when they were out of stock it became a different model instead.

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