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AOC G2590PX 25" Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD, 1ms, 144Hz, NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible, 96% sRGB, Low Input Lag, DP/HDMI/VGA, Height Adjust, VESA
AOC G2590PX 25" Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD, 1ms, 144Hz, NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible, 96% sRGB, Low Input Lag, DP/HDMI/VGA, Height Adjust, VESA
AOC G2590PX 25" Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD, 1ms, 144Hz, NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible, 96% sRGB, Low Input Lag, DP/HDMI/VGA, Height Adjust, VESA
AOC G2590PX 25" Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD, 1ms, 144Hz, NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible, 96% sRGB, Low Input Lag, DP/HDMI/VGA, Height Adjust, VESA
AOC G2590PX 25" Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD, 1ms, 144Hz, NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible, 96% sRGB, Low Input Lag, DP/HDMI/VGA, Height Adjust, VESA
AOC G2590PX 25" Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD, 1ms, 144Hz, NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible, 96% sRGB, Low Input Lag, DP/HDMI/VGA, Height Adjust, VESA
AOC G2590PX 25" Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD, 1ms, 144Hz, NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible, 96% sRGB, Low Input Lag, DP/HDMI/VGA, Height Adjust, VESA
AOC G2590PX 25" Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD, 1ms, 144Hz, NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible, 96% sRGB, Low Input Lag, DP/HDMI/VGA, Height Adjust, VESA
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AOC G2590PX 25" Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD, 1ms, 144Hz, NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible, 96% sRGB, Low Input Lag, DP/HDMI/VGA, Height Adjust, VESA

AOC G2590PX 25" Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD, 1ms, 144Hz, NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible, 96% sRGB, Low Input Lag, DP/HDMI/VGA, Height Adjust, VESA
AOC G2590PX 25" Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD, 1ms, 144Hz, NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible, 96% sRGB, Low Input Lag, DP/HDMI/VGA, Height Adjust, VESA
AOC G2590PX 25" Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD, 1ms, 144Hz, NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible, 96% sRGB, Low Input Lag, DP/HDMI/VGA, Height Adjust, VESA
AOC G2590PX 25" Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD, 1ms, 144Hz, NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible, 96% sRGB, Low Input Lag, DP/HDMI/VGA, Height Adjust, VESA
AOC G2590PX 25" Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD, 1ms, 144Hz, NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible, 96% sRGB, Low Input Lag, DP/HDMI/VGA, Height Adjust, VESA
AOC G2590PX 25" Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD, 1ms, 144Hz, NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible, 96% sRGB, Low Input Lag, DP/HDMI/VGA, Height Adjust, VESA
AOC G2590PX 25" Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD, 1ms, 144Hz, NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible, 96% sRGB, Low Input Lag, DP/HDMI/VGA, Height Adjust, VESA
AOC G2590PX 25" Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD, 1ms, 144Hz, NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible, 96% sRGB, Low Input Lag, DP/HDMI/VGA, Height Adjust, VESA
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Features

  • 24.5" AOC Gaming monitor with 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution TN panel
  • Rapid 1ms response and 144Hz refresh rate
  • 144Hz refresh rate for ultra-smooth gaming. Power Consumption On-28 watt. Power Consumption Off-0.5 watt
  • 144Hz refresh rate and NVIDIA G-SYNC compatible + Adaptive-Sync for the smoothest competitive game play
  • Displayport 1.2, HDMI 1.4 (x2), VGA inputs (HDMI, VGA cables included) w/ audio line out (3.5mm) for convenience
  • AOC low input lag delivers lag free Display from the video signals
  • AOC low Blue mode and flickers for wellbeing during extended gaming sessions

Description

Size: 25 Inch | style: Frameless, 144Hz, height adjustable the G2590PX is AOC Gaming's new entry level gaming model, featuring a ultra-narrow bezel on three sides, giving it a look that outclasses competitive models. Its 24.5” screen is bigger, and therefore more immersive, than most monitors in its class. And a 144Hz refresh rate coupled with 1ms response time and NVIDIA G-SYNC compatible and Adaptive-Sync feature equips users with all the advantages They need For competitive gaming. what's in the box: 24. 5" Monitor, power cord, VGA cable, HDMI cable, QSG


Screen Size 24.5 inches


Max Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels


Brand Name AOC


Series G2590PX


Item model number G2590PX


Item Weight 15.67 pounds


Package Dimensions 24.3 x 16.4 x 7.72 inches


Color Black/Red


ASIN B07R4XPVKG


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 2,894 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,823 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #120 in Computer Monitors


Date First Available April 24, 2019


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Features

  • 24.5" AOC Gaming monitor with 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution TN panel
  • Rapid 1ms response and 144Hz refresh rate
  • 144Hz refresh rate for ultra-smooth gaming. Power Consumption On-28 watt. Power Consumption Off-0.5 watt
  • 144Hz refresh rate and NVIDIA G-SYNC compatible + Adaptive-Sync for the smoothest competitive game play
  • Displayport 1.2, HDMI 1.4 (x2), VGA inputs (HDMI, VGA cables included) w/ audio line out (3.5mm) for convenience
  • AOC low input lag delivers lag free Display from the video signals
  • AOC low Blue mode and flickers for wellbeing during extended gaming sessions

Description

Size: 25 Inch | style: Frameless, 144Hz, height adjustable the G2590PX is AOC Gaming's new entry level gaming model, featuring a ultra-narrow bezel on three sides, giving it a look that outclasses competitive models. Its 24.5” screen is bigger, and therefore more immersive, than most monitors in its class. And a 144Hz refresh rate coupled with 1ms response time and NVIDIA G-SYNC compatible and Adaptive-Sync feature equips users with all the advantages They need For competitive gaming. what's in the box: 24. 5" Monitor, power cord, VGA cable, HDMI cable, QSG


Screen Size 24.5 inches


Max Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels


Brand Name AOC


Series G2590PX


Item model number G2590PX


Item Weight 15.67 pounds


Package Dimensions 24.3 x 16.4 x 7.72 inches


Color Black/Red


ASIN B07R4XPVKG


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 2,894 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,823 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #120 in Computer Monitors


Date First Available April 24, 2019


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • 24.5" AOC Gaming monitor with 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution TN panel
  • Rapid 1ms response and 144Hz refresh rate
  • 144Hz refresh rate for ultra-smooth gaming. Power Consumption On-28 watt. Power Consumption Off-0.5 watt
  • 144Hz refresh rate and NVIDIA G-SYNC compatible + Adaptive-Sync for the smoothest competitive game play
  • Displayport 1.2, HDMI 1.4 (x2), VGA inputs (HDMI, VGA cables included) w/ audio line out (3.5mm) for convenience
  • AOC low input lag delivers lag free Display from the video signals
  • AOC low Blue mode and flickers for wellbeing during extended gaming sessions

Description

Size: 25 Inch | style: Frameless, 144Hz, height adjustable the G2590PX is AOC Gaming's new entry level gaming model, featuring a ultra-narrow bezel on three sides, giving it a look that outclasses competitive models. Its 24.5” screen is bigger, and therefore more immersive, than most monitors in its class. And a 144Hz refresh rate coupled with 1ms response time and NVIDIA G-SYNC compatible and Adaptive-Sync feature equips users with all the advantages They need For competitive gaming. what's in the box: 24. 5" Monitor, power cord, VGA cable, HDMI cable, QSG


Screen Size 24.5 inches


Max Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels


Brand Name AOC


Series G2590PX


Item model number G2590PX


Item Weight 15.67 pounds


Package Dimensions 24.3 x 16.4 x 7.72 inches


Color Black/Red


ASIN B07R4XPVKG


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 2,894 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,823 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #120 in Computer Monitors


Date First Available April 24, 2019


abunda_amazon_reviews Pros: -144hz with FreeSync - Adjustable stand - Looks pretty high end - Pretty good selection of ports - Compatible with laptops at 144hz via display port Cons: - Way too bright - Color are super washed out before calibration - Your friends wont get off your setup Overall, this is a pretty decent monitor after color calibration. Here are my settings: Contrast: 43 Brightness: 0 Color Temp: User Red:25 Blue:25 Green:25 Also, I used the ICC colors for this monitor (found with a quick Google Search). 10/10 Highly recommend.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 18, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Decent for the price;;Kingston Leung;;;I was looking to upgrade two very old Dell LCD panels and I'm very happy with these minutes. Price is great, and 144hz finally lets me run my RTX2060 above 60fps. The initial color looked terrible, but before you go tinkering with brightness/contrast make sure your PC is properly detecting it. My PC initall saw the monitor as a 1080p HD display, instead of a 1920x1080 monitor. As soon as I selected the correct display type, the terrible brightness vanished an the display looked great. Only very minor brightness/contrast adjustments were needed for my environment, and also setting the monitor to game mode. The display selection is only found in the NVIDIA control panel, not the windows display panel. I think a lot of people start messing with monitor settings without realizing the monitor is incorrectly detected.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 7, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Make sure it is detected as a monitor, not HD display;;Lee Harrison;;;Good for general use, but if you need color accuracy move on. This monitor is very bright and washed out compared to my older Dell. Even after installing the new driver from the manufacturer's website and making adjustments through the monitor's controls, Windows 10, and my graphics card it is still washed out. Darker areas tend to get blocky with what appear to be compression artifacts. The AOC G2460PF is on the left in the pictures (driven by Displayport). The right is a Dell SW2209W (driven by DVI-d). Both monitors are being driven buy the same video card (Nvidia GTX 1060).;;Reviewed in the United States on June 26, 2018;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Decent general purpose monitor but extremely bright and somewhat washed out.;;Gregory B Varnadoe;;;UPDATE: Since Nvidia now supports the use of G-sync with freesync monitors, this is an additional factor when considering this monitor. While using display port 1.2, I simply switched the (enable G-sync on this monitor for full screen and windowed view) on and hit apply. People it works flawlessly. This is an absolute win for this monitor. No flickers detectable by my eye whatsoever. With this new feature for my Nvidia card now considered, and the price for this monitor in consideration as well, I am now updating my rating to 5 stars. The flawless use of G-SYNC for under $200 USD is simply unbeatable. Don't get me wrong, this monitor still has it's issues (as you will read below), but it is just too diverse of a serious budget gaming monitor to not give it 5 stars. Wow, I use to be that guy that hated to play on 30 fps when I first went to PC... Never wanted to go back. Then I heard about 144hz and I was under the impression that the eye generally sees at about 60 fps (news flash: I was very wrong). I'm gonna sound like a nut when I say this but it's like if butter was added to your screen, everything is just so smooth. 60 for now sadly feels choppy to me however since my recent revelation. In any case 144fps has helped me play more comfortably, but also has improved my aim since my movement is now more precise and smooth (from what I've noticed in the past 4 days). Edit: (aim is certainly better after months of use). ANYWAYS, YOU'RE HERE TO LEARN ABOUT THIS MONITOR. I cannot speak to freesync as I have an Nvidia card (READ UPDATE AT THE TOP OF THE REVIEW). However, I can speak for the monitors refresh rate at 144hz with practically no ghosting on medium overdrive (the little blurry you see on moving objects). Worked right out of the box, plugged the display port in (to get the full 144hz) and switched power on, no problem. Lots of angle adjustment, which is excellent, but not useful to me (EDIT: ANGLE ADJUSTMENT HAS BECOME PRACTICALLY INVALUABLE TO ME NOW THAT I HAVE MUCH LESS DESK SPACE THAN I USE TO HAVE). The USB hub however is perfect. DO NOTE: the quick charge USB port on the side of the monitors is not a real quick charge as I have tested with my phone. But the charging speed is fairly decent. The hub itself however works fantastically which I have my mouse and keyboard plugged into, more room on my PC now! MY ONE CON AS OF NOW: Initial color calibration is absolutely utter garbage. The brightness is way too high and the contrast is terrible. Make sure you go into display settings and so color calibration right away, because it truly is garbage... HOWEVER: If you can put up with getting the color adjusted (and note the color is not great as it is a tn pannel (tho note viewing angles are still fairly solid regardless)), this monitor is well worth just shy of $200 USD. I honestly don't think I'll ever go back to gaming on 60hz for first person shooters. It just feels way too clean. Their is no way for me to show you 144hz but try it yourself, and you tell me you want to go back to 60 hz. VERDICT: Well worth the money if you're willing to take a little while to adjust the colors. Very Happy with my purchase. I also got the 4 year warranty so I will update if I run into and technical issues and I would recommend getting a warranty too, just in case since it is a hefty purchase. (Edit after months of use still no technical issues).;;Reviewed in the United States on June 30, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Update: Great monitor: initial color calibration trash;;Josh F.;;;The backlighting was broken when it arrived, but Amazon quickly replaced it with no cost to me. This monitor is amazing, especially for its price. If you have an AMD graphics card I would definitely reccomended this product. If you are running K or KN versions of Windows, it might be a bit of a hassle to get the drivers working. Update: I have used this monitor for over 8 months now, and it is still wonderful. When I built a new system with windows 10 pro, setting up the monitor was easy peasy. In 8 months of daily use for multiple hours a day I have had no dead pixels or other issues at all.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 26, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Five stars;;Chris Duncan;;;I can't believe how far tn displays have come. The viewing angles are more than adequate. I used to have a tn panel that only half the screen looked right from the ideal point of view. The bezel that you see in the picture is a complete lie (that's why not 5 stars). The plastic frame is that skinny but the actual screen doesn't have pixels ~1/2cm from the edge (see photo). The deception is so immature... The frame rate is 144hz (cant ever go back to 60hz after seeing this) and for gaming it's AMAZING. Works with gsync (but requires a display port cable. Look up the correct version of displayport) too as of January 15, 2019. Slightly wobbly stand BUT it supports VESA mounting! YAY! For $200 no regrets. I've tried 1440p and 4k but for gaming I personally find 1080p @144hz worth more than 60hz 4k. Best budget display for gaming, tv shows/movies. Experts say don't get it for photo editing etc...;;Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Perfect for gaming and video. No photo editing duh;;Daniel G;;;Works as (cheap) 144 Hz Monitor. TN Panel- (Vertical and Lateral Off Center viewing will suffer considerably) Factory color calibration is terrible. Note: AOC's i-Menu utility (manual download) is neat. Note to windows users- the panel did not default to 144 Hz output operation and required manually being set within the monitor properties dialogues.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 17, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Decent monitor;;c3h8

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Kingston Leung - Reviewed in the United States on August 18, 2018
Decent for the price
Pros: -144hz with FreeSync - Adjustable stand - Looks pretty high end - Pretty good selection of ports - Compatible with laptops at 144hz via display port Cons: - Way too bright - Color are super washed out before calibration - Your friends wont get off your setup Overall, this is a pretty decent monitor after color calibration. Here are my settings: Contrast: 43 Brightness: 0 Color Temp: User Red:25 Blue:25 Green:25 Also, I used the ICC colors for this monitor (found with a quick Google Search). 10/10 Highly recommend.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Lee Harrison - Reviewed in the United States on July 7, 2019
Make sure it is detected as a monitor, not HD display
I was looking to upgrade two very old Dell LCD panels and I'm very happy with these minutes. Price is great, and 144hz finally lets me run my RTX2060 above 60fps. The initial color looked terrible, but before you go tinkering with brightness/contrast make sure your PC is properly detecting it. My PC initall saw the monitor as a 1080p HD display, instead of a 1920x1080 monitor. As soon as I selected the correct display type, the terrible brightness vanished an the display looked great. Only very minor brightness/contrast adjustments were needed for my environment, and also setting the monitor to game mode. The display selection is only found in the NVIDIA control panel, not the windows display panel. I think a lot of people start messing with monitor settings without realizing the monitor is incorrectly detected.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Gregory B Varnadoe - Reviewed in the United States on June 26, 2018
Decent general purpose monitor but extremely bright and somewhat washed out.
Good for general use, but if you need color accuracy move on. This monitor is very bright and washed out compared to my older Dell. Even after installing the new driver from the manufacturer's website and making adjustments through the monitor's controls, Windows 10, and my graphics card it is still washed out. Darker areas tend to get blocky with what appear to be compression artifacts. The AOC G2460PF is on the left in the pictures (driven by Displayport). The right is a Dell SW2209W (driven by DVI-d). Both monitors are being driven buy the same video card (Nvidia GTX 1060).

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Josh F. - Reviewed in the United States on June 30, 2018
Update: Great monitor: initial color calibration trash
UPDATE: Since Nvidia now supports the use of G-sync with freesync monitors, this is an additional factor when considering this monitor. While using display port 1.2, I simply switched the (enable G-sync on this monitor for full screen and windowed view) on and hit apply. People it works flawlessly. This is an absolute win for this monitor. No flickers detectable by my eye whatsoever. With this new feature for my Nvidia card now considered, and the price for this monitor in consideration as well, I am now updating my rating to 5 stars. The flawless use of G-SYNC for under $200 USD is simply unbeatable. Don't get me wrong, this monitor still has it's issues (as you will read below), but it is just too diverse of a serious budget gaming monitor to not give it 5 stars. Wow, I use to be that guy that hated to play on 30 fps when I first went to PC... Never wanted to go back. Then I heard about 144hz and I was under the impression that the eye generally sees at about 60 fps (news flash: I was very wrong). I'm gonna sound like a nut when I say this but it's like if butter was added to your screen, everything is just so smooth. 60 for now sadly feels choppy to me however since my recent revelation. In any case 144fps has helped me play more comfortably, but also has improved my aim since my movement is now more precise and smooth (from what I've noticed in the past 4 days). Edit: (aim is certainly better after months of use). ANYWAYS, YOU'RE HERE TO LEARN ABOUT THIS MONITOR. I cannot speak to freesync as I have an Nvidia card (READ UPDATE AT THE TOP OF THE REVIEW). However, I can speak for the monitors refresh rate at 144hz with practically no ghosting on medium overdrive (the little blurry you see on moving objects). Worked right out of the box, plugged the display port in (to get the full 144hz) and switched power on, no problem. Lots of angle adjustment, which is excellent, but not useful to me (EDIT: ANGLE ADJUSTMENT HAS BECOME PRACTICALLY INVALUABLE TO ME NOW THAT I HAVE MUCH LESS DESK SPACE THAN I USE TO HAVE). The USB hub however is perfect. DO NOTE: the quick charge USB port on the side of the monitors is not a real quick charge as I have tested with my phone. But the charging speed is fairly decent. The hub itself however works fantastically which I have my mouse and keyboard plugged into, more room on my PC now! MY ONE CON AS OF NOW: Initial color calibration is absolutely utter garbage. The brightness is way too high and the contrast is terrible. Make sure you go into display settings and so color calibration right away, because it truly is garbage... HOWEVER: If you can put up with getting the color adjusted (and note the color is not great as it is a tn pannel (tho note viewing angles are still fairly solid regardless)), this monitor is well worth just shy of $200 USD. I honestly don't think I'll ever go back to gaming on 60hz for first person shooters. It just feels way too clean. Their is no way for me to show you 144hz but try it yourself, and you tell me you want to go back to 60 hz. VERDICT: Well worth the money if you're willing to take a little while to adjust the colors. Very Happy with my purchase. I also got the 4 year warranty so I will update if I run into and technical issues and I would recommend getting a warranty too, just in case since it is a hefty purchase. (Edit after months of use still no technical issues).

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Chris Duncan - Reviewed in the United States on July 26, 2017
Five stars
The backlighting was broken when it arrived, but Amazon quickly replaced it with no cost to me. This monitor is amazing, especially for its price. If you have an AMD graphics card I would definitely reccomended this product. If you are running K or KN versions of Windows, it might be a bit of a hassle to get the drivers working. Update: I have used this monitor for over 8 months now, and it is still wonderful. When I built a new system with windows 10 pro, setting up the monitor was easy peasy. In 8 months of daily use for multiple hours a day I have had no dead pixels or other issues at all.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Daniel G - Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2019
Perfect for gaming and video. No photo editing duh
I can't believe how far tn displays have come. The viewing angles are more than adequate. I used to have a tn panel that only half the screen looked right from the ideal point of view. The bezel that you see in the picture is a complete lie (that's why not 5 stars). The plastic frame is that skinny but the actual screen doesn't have pixels ~1/2cm from the edge (see photo). The deception is so immature... The frame rate is 144hz (cant ever go back to 60hz after seeing this) and for gaming it's AMAZING. Works with gsync (but requires a display port cable. Look up the correct version of displayport) too as of January 15, 2019. Slightly wobbly stand BUT it supports VESA mounting! YAY! For $200 no regrets. I've tried 1440p and 4k but for gaming I personally find 1080p @144hz worth more than 60hz 4k. Best budget display for gaming, tv shows/movies. Experts say don't get it for photo editing etc...

4.0 out of 5 stars
By c3h8 - Reviewed in the United States on December 17, 2018
Decent monitor
Works as (cheap) 144 Hz Monitor. TN Panel- (Vertical and Lateral Off Center viewing will suffer considerably) Factory color calibration is terrible. Note: AOC's i-Menu utility (manual download) is neat. Note to windows users- the panel did not default to 144 Hz output operation and required manually being set within the monitor properties dialogues.

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Kingston Leung - Reviewed in the United States on August 18, 2018
Decent for the price
Pros: -144hz with FreeSync - Adjustable stand - Looks pretty high end - Pretty good selection of ports - Compatible with laptops at 144hz via display port Cons: - Way too bright - Color are super washed out before calibration - Your friends wont get off your setup Overall, this is a pretty decent monitor after color calibration. Here are my settings: Contrast: 43 Brightness: 0 Color Temp: User Red:25 Blue:25 Green:25 Also, I used the ICC colors for this monitor (found with a quick Google Search). 10/10 Highly recommend.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Lee Harrison - Reviewed in the United States on July 7, 2019
Make sure it is detected as a monitor, not HD display
I was looking to upgrade two very old Dell LCD panels and I'm very happy with these minutes. Price is great, and 144hz finally lets me run my RTX2060 above 60fps. The initial color looked terrible, but before you go tinkering with brightness/contrast make sure your PC is properly detecting it. My PC initall saw the monitor as a 1080p HD display, instead of a 1920x1080 monitor. As soon as I selected the correct display type, the terrible brightness vanished an the display looked great. Only very minor brightness/contrast adjustments were needed for my environment, and also setting the monitor to game mode. The display selection is only found in the NVIDIA control panel, not the windows display panel. I think a lot of people start messing with monitor settings without realizing the monitor is incorrectly detected.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Gregory B Varnadoe - Reviewed in the United States on June 26, 2018
Decent general purpose monitor but extremely bright and somewhat washed out.
Good for general use, but if you need color accuracy move on. This monitor is very bright and washed out compared to my older Dell. Even after installing the new driver from the manufacturer's website and making adjustments through the monitor's controls, Windows 10, and my graphics card it is still washed out. Darker areas tend to get blocky with what appear to be compression artifacts. The AOC G2460PF is on the left in the pictures (driven by Displayport). The right is a Dell SW2209W (driven by DVI-d). Both monitors are being driven buy the same video card (Nvidia GTX 1060).

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Josh F. - Reviewed in the United States on June 30, 2018
Update: Great monitor: initial color calibration trash
UPDATE: Since Nvidia now supports the use of G-sync with freesync monitors, this is an additional factor when considering this monitor. While using display port 1.2, I simply switched the (enable G-sync on this monitor for full screen and windowed view) on and hit apply. People it works flawlessly. This is an absolute win for this monitor. No flickers detectable by my eye whatsoever. With this new feature for my Nvidia card now considered, and the price for this monitor in consideration as well, I am now updating my rating to 5 stars. The flawless use of G-SYNC for under $200 USD is simply unbeatable. Don't get me wrong, this monitor still has it's issues (as you will read below), but it is just too diverse of a serious budget gaming monitor to not give it 5 stars. Wow, I use to be that guy that hated to play on 30 fps when I first went to PC... Never wanted to go back. Then I heard about 144hz and I was under the impression that the eye generally sees at about 60 fps (news flash: I was very wrong). I'm gonna sound like a nut when I say this but it's like if butter was added to your screen, everything is just so smooth. 60 for now sadly feels choppy to me however since my recent revelation. In any case 144fps has helped me play more comfortably, but also has improved my aim since my movement is now more precise and smooth (from what I've noticed in the past 4 days). Edit: (aim is certainly better after months of use). ANYWAYS, YOU'RE HERE TO LEARN ABOUT THIS MONITOR. I cannot speak to freesync as I have an Nvidia card (READ UPDATE AT THE TOP OF THE REVIEW). However, I can speak for the monitors refresh rate at 144hz with practically no ghosting on medium overdrive (the little blurry you see on moving objects). Worked right out of the box, plugged the display port in (to get the full 144hz) and switched power on, no problem. Lots of angle adjustment, which is excellent, but not useful to me (EDIT: ANGLE ADJUSTMENT HAS BECOME PRACTICALLY INVALUABLE TO ME NOW THAT I HAVE MUCH LESS DESK SPACE THAN I USE TO HAVE). The USB hub however is perfect. DO NOTE: the quick charge USB port on the side of the monitors is not a real quick charge as I have tested with my phone. But the charging speed is fairly decent. The hub itself however works fantastically which I have my mouse and keyboard plugged into, more room on my PC now! MY ONE CON AS OF NOW: Initial color calibration is absolutely utter garbage. The brightness is way too high and the contrast is terrible. Make sure you go into display settings and so color calibration right away, because it truly is garbage... HOWEVER: If you can put up with getting the color adjusted (and note the color is not great as it is a tn pannel (tho note viewing angles are still fairly solid regardless)), this monitor is well worth just shy of $200 USD. I honestly don't think I'll ever go back to gaming on 60hz for first person shooters. It just feels way too clean. Their is no way for me to show you 144hz but try it yourself, and you tell me you want to go back to 60 hz. VERDICT: Well worth the money if you're willing to take a little while to adjust the colors. Very Happy with my purchase. I also got the 4 year warranty so I will update if I run into and technical issues and I would recommend getting a warranty too, just in case since it is a hefty purchase. (Edit after months of use still no technical issues).

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Chris Duncan - Reviewed in the United States on July 26, 2017
Five stars
The backlighting was broken when it arrived, but Amazon quickly replaced it with no cost to me. This monitor is amazing, especially for its price. If you have an AMD graphics card I would definitely reccomended this product. If you are running K or KN versions of Windows, it might be a bit of a hassle to get the drivers working. Update: I have used this monitor for over 8 months now, and it is still wonderful. When I built a new system with windows 10 pro, setting up the monitor was easy peasy. In 8 months of daily use for multiple hours a day I have had no dead pixels or other issues at all.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Daniel G - Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2019
Perfect for gaming and video. No photo editing duh
I can't believe how far tn displays have come. The viewing angles are more than adequate. I used to have a tn panel that only half the screen looked right from the ideal point of view. The bezel that you see in the picture is a complete lie (that's why not 5 stars). The plastic frame is that skinny but the actual screen doesn't have pixels ~1/2cm from the edge (see photo). The deception is so immature... The frame rate is 144hz (cant ever go back to 60hz after seeing this) and for gaming it's AMAZING. Works with gsync (but requires a display port cable. Look up the correct version of displayport) too as of January 15, 2019. Slightly wobbly stand BUT it supports VESA mounting! YAY! For $200 no regrets. I've tried 1440p and 4k but for gaming I personally find 1080p @144hz worth more than 60hz 4k. Best budget display for gaming, tv shows/movies. Experts say don't get it for photo editing etc...

4.0 out of 5 stars
By c3h8 - Reviewed in the United States on December 17, 2018
Decent monitor
Works as (cheap) 144 Hz Monitor. TN Panel- (Vertical and Lateral Off Center viewing will suffer considerably) Factory color calibration is terrible. Note: AOC's i-Menu utility (manual download) is neat. Note to windows users- the panel did not default to 144 Hz output operation and required manually being set within the monitor properties dialogues.