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Asus TUF Gaming VG259QM

Asus TUF Gaming VG259QM

  • Maximum resolution: 1920x1080
  • Screen size: 24.5 inches
  • Refresh rate: 240 Hz
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2 months ago
Perfect screen for a CSGO player.

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5 months ago
I have tried a lot of screens, and this is the only one I have seen that gives me high hz at the same time as it is an IPS panel. Finally a screen I can use for both gaming and photoshop etc.

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a year ago*
Really like this screen, many features packed. Good colors with IPS, low response time, 240Hz (280Hz OC), G-Sync + ELMB at the same time. Plus some extra gaming features like Shadow Boost and FPS calculator. ELMB is a pleasant complement to CSGO. However, the function works poorly at lower refresh rates. ELMB seems to lock Overdrive to 80. Which is the pixel response time too fast at lower refresh rates. ELMB should therefore be avoided in games where you do not reach around 200-280fps. Assume that Asus' next revision of ELMB will be dynamic or let the user control the Overdrive level himself. So do not buy this screen only for ELMB. In addition to that detail, I am really happy with the screen and highly recommend it!
*Edited 6 months

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7 months ago*
Excellent screen! Went from a 144hz screen to this one with 240 (280 OC) and you can definitely feel the difference. The IPS panel has very strong and nice colors and the brightness is also very good. Like all other IPS panels, this screen has a fairly low contrast that negatively affects dark images, but compared to other IPS screens, this is probably among the better ones. IPS glow is very low, but if I look carefully enough at dark images I can notice a faint glowing on the lower western corner.
*Edited 7 months

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9 months ago
Really good screen. Used both for competitive games (CS, Valorant) and for other more "visuals" oriented games (Jedi: Fallen Order, Forza Horizon 4) For the former I use 280Hz + ELMB (awesome combo!), And for the latter 240Hz + G-Sync. Works perfectly for both. The only downside I can think of is that it is a bit more complicated than you would have liked to switch between saved profiles. You have to go into the OSD, scroll down, select the star, select the customized setting, and confirm. You would like to be able to use the shortcut buttons behind the screen to change profile but aja.

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a year ago
Only full-HD but it is good enough for 24.5 "and with an IPS and 240hz they flow really well with nice color rendering Can be overclocked to 280hz, but then you lose color quality, so I run at 240

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