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ASUS VG248QG 24" G-Sync Gaming Monitor 165Hz 1080p 0.5ms Eye Care with DP HDMI DVI

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Style: 24" FHD 0.5ms 165Hz G-SYNC Height Adjustable


Features

  • 24 inch Full HD (1920x1080) display with an overclockable 165Hz (supports 144Hz) rapid refresh rate and 0.5ms (GTG) response time
  • NVIDIA G-SYNC technology removes stutter and screen tearing for the smoothest gaming experience
  • ASUS Eye Care technology with flicker-free and blue light filter to minimize eye fatigue
  • Flexible connectivity with HDMI (v1 4) DisplayPort 1.2 and Dual-link DVI-D ports
  • Ergonomically-designed stand with tilt swivel pivot height adjustment plus wall-mount capability for ultimate viewing comfort
  • Exclusive GameVisual & Gameplus functions to enhance color performance and control

Description

The 24” Asus VG248QG delivers a blistering Fast 165Hz refresh rate and 0.5ms response time to a full HD resolution The ergonomically-designed stand ensures ultimate viewing comfort during gaming while Asus Eye Care technology minimizes eye fatigue Asus exclusive game visual and game plus technologies enhance color performance and control. Viewing Angle (CR≧10): 170°(H)/160°(V).


Standing screen display size: ‎24 Inches


Screen Resolution: ‎1920 x 1080


Max Screen Resolution: ‎1920 x 1080 Pixels


Number of USB 2.0 Ports: ‎1


Number of USB 3.0 Ports: ‎1


Brand: ‎ASUS


Series: ‎VG248QG


Item model number: ‎VG248QG


Item Weight: ‎11.5 pounds


Product Dimensions: ‎8.31 x 22.09 x 14.13 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH: ‎8.31 x 22.09 x 14.13 inches


Color: ‎Black


Voltage: ‎240 Volts


Batteries: ‎1 Lithium Polymer batteries required.


Manufacturer: ‎Asus


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: ‎No


Date First Available: ‎June 26, 2019


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  • From an avid Apex Legends player (will update this over time)
Style: 24" FHD 0.5ms 165Hz G-SYNC Height Adjust... Pattern Name: Monitor
I used to rock an old 60hz LG monitor and decided it was time to upgrade to at least 144hz. The blur was killing me at 60hz. So I purchased this 165hz VG248QG monitor for about 200 dollars. I had no idea what I was in for, so I definitely crossed my fingers. I've now had this monitor for 1 week and I'm happy to report that I am very happy with it! Though everything is working well so far, there are some things to take note of. I use a GTX1080 TI GPU and Ryzen 3600 CPU with 16gb 3200mhz (on a B450-F Gaming motherboard). At boot, the first thing I noticed, was the factory default color setting was very bright and washed out. The monitor's panel menu does have presets which I felt were all "meh". Either too blurry or too sharp or too much contrast, etc etc. So I used the "User" mode instead, to which I spent about 10-15 minutes fiddling with my color settings. I was a bit disappointed however, because despite getting the colors to my liking, I couldn't get the blacks to go deeper. I messed with the Nvidia control panel settings too and I finally got it to how I like it. However, upon booting up my pc the next day, the colors were washed out again. Couldn't figure it out. I updated my drivers after DDU'ing (display driver uninstaller), etc etc. I finally figured it out. On cold boot, this TN panel monitor actually takes about 5 for the blacks to deepen on it's own. Not sure if this is just the way TN panels work. Everything looked very nice right after. (a warm up time?) The colors definitely look much better and more accurate than my old 60hz monitor, but I'm not going to say it's the best out there, since I don't have anything else to compare it to. But considering I am also a seasoned graphic designer, I do pick up on color details and this monitor does just fine after you mess with your settings and allow for the brightness and contrast to fully set after a cold boot. You can also save multiple user settings, if you want specific color settings per game or any other media, which is great. I did immediately set my monitor refresh rate to 165hz manually (remember to do this as it will be at a system default of 60hz) and man.... it is buttery smooth! I could not wait to try Apex on it. The game was night and day. I can now track and beam enemies down so much easier now as they don't blur out at 60hz anymore. :D Everything just looks better now. More fluidity and less eye straining. However, I will say, it took some time for me to get used to the smoothness. I had a slight headache at first (much like when you get a new pair of glasses). Some important things to know here... I have a bunch of games I wanted to test out and I was sad to learn that there were games I couldn't get to look smooth because the games themselves were designed with a 60fps cap. Basically what this means is, your game may look a bit stuttery/motion blurry ( in some cases, worst than they did on a 60hz monitor). There are tweaks out there you can try to get some of these games to run smoother. You won't run into these issues with newer games though, as they're all being designed to perform at higher frame rates. Some old games like Alien vs Predator (2010) do work beautifully though. It's a hit or miss. I plan to update my review over time, especially if things go wrong. Hopefully not, but time will tell. For the moment, I really like it. It was affordable and performs leaps better than my old 60hz panel. Apex Legends looks great at 165hz and so does Doom Eternal, Monster Hunter World, Bioshock 2 and Mass Effect Andromeda. :) BTW, I purchased a display port cable so I could get the 165hz to work (it wont work with standard hdmi apparently), but when I opened the box, I saw that it already came with a display port cable. So now I have 2. Oh well, no biggie. Doesn't hurt to have a back up. :) BUY IT!!! ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on March 24, 2021 by J.C.

  • Good value
Style: 24" FHD 0.5ms 165Hz G-SYNC Height Adjust... Pattern Name: Monitor
Pretty good budget monitor. Does everything I need it to do! Looks good too
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on December 4, 2022 by Chuy Rivera

  • some problems that I can adress with this monitor
Style: 24" FHD 0.5ms 165Hz G-SYNC Height Adjust... Pattern Name: Monitor
I would like to confirm and help people understand some issues I saw on there reviews. First this monitor does not mess with your fps and what I mean by that is if your gaming on a ps5 or xbox or any type of gaming only device they cap them selves at 60 fps unless your game you run on the system is next gen and can do higher frames. as for the screen that you get thats all white its a easy fix I got it a couple of times re doing my bios and also just turning them back on. The way to fix it is to turn your system off unplug your hdmi or display cable when it comes on and then plug it back in it works every time for me and solves the problem. Tip: if your not getting over 165hz the first time in your computer settings make sure you use your display cable not a hdmi cable the hdmi cable caps it at 65hz in the setings and cant go past it. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on September 7, 2022 by Nicholas Anthony Fraga

  • its nice but quality isnt that great
Style: 24" FHD 0.5ms 165Hz G-SYNC Height Adjust... Pattern Name: Monitor
its good for gaming but hard to see details
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on November 23, 2022 by raine

  • Overall review
Style: 24" FHD 0.5ms 165Hz G-SYNC Height Adjust... Pattern Name: Monitor
My 13 yr old, daily (all day) ASUS monitor finally died so had to replace it. This unit, overall, is outstanding. Good on gaming, sharp image at 1920, just a couple snarls: 1- monkeying around with contrast, brightness, hue, etc doesn't get rid of a slight, white-ish background - a bit annoying but live-abl3 2- resolution using cad programs, like ACAD, not so great but OK. Then, don't expect (I didn't) killer performance from a budget monitor less than $200... so, overall, very good choice ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on October 12, 2022 by Stephen Campbell

  • Decent if it's on sale
Style: 24" FHD 0.5ms 165Hz G-SYNC Height Adjust... Pattern Name: Monitor
This is a pretty good monitor for the money. However, if you're using it as a vertical secondary, be aware that the viewing angles are TRASH when vertical. Positioning the monitor pointing directly at you will give very dark corners and is awful for viewing YouTube or anything else. I turned mine at a slight angle and it's fine in that position. I'm using it as a secondary to a 1440p 240hz monitor and the difference in quality is very noticeable. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on October 13, 2022 by Hayden Keating-Broyles

  • Monitor Screen
Style: 24" FHD 0.5ms 165Hz G-SYNC Height Adjust... Pattern Name: Monitor
Over all monitor is really good. The quality and gaming experience was worth it but I found a small crack on the bottom left side of the monitor. And the package service wasn't that good. When I unbox the monitor there was no protection on the monitor because of that there is a small crack on the monitor. Monitor is pretty good and actually this monitor having 165hz. One think I didn’t like is the packaging service they having inside the box. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on October 8, 2022 by OV

  • Bang for your buck
Style: 24" FHD 0.5ms 165Hz G-SYNC Height Adjust... Pattern Name: Monitor
Great monitor for gaming, clean image, G-sync is a plus, and solid design
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on November 9, 2022 by Cruz Del Real

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