After reading a lot , I’m between these two options , there are no reviews of the Viewsonic XG2405 model yet so I can’t decide.

Inventory Accuracy Formula, What is not minimal was the horrendous IPS glow that ruins 1/3rd of the monitor space. You can do several passes, starting at the beginning and moving along with the UFOs from left to right.

Reddit Sequence, DisplaySpecifications is not responsible for any omissions, inaccuracies or other errors in the information it publishes. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. I think the XG240R is too expensive. Le site Web n'est pas responsable d'aucunes omissions, inexactitudes ou d'autres erreurs dans les informations qu'il publie. Your question is far too subjective, really. It can be difficult to tell exactly what a “good” and “bad” frame is unless you’ve seen some “good” examples of 144Hz sample and hold monitors and know what to look for. I just did some more videos, this time correctly, but haven’t exported the frames yet. The trademarks, marques and logos of the manufacturers of devices, software, hardware, etc. I am actually on a Iiyama Prolite E2773HS (TN/1080p/60hz), bought in 2012 or 2013 i believe. FreeSync ON is 8.4ms But if the XG240R is considerably faster, will it be “ugly” when looking straight at it? I think the difference is insignificant. The monitor would most of the time be used for gaming, i stream so i definitely need a second screen. If anyone knows it would really help me decide between this one and the Asus vg249q, thank you. I no longer have headaches or motion sickness because the response time is lightning quick, feels like a TN monitor. I have read that the XG2405 has an input lag of: “TN is terrible, go on IPS, it’s day and night !”, “never IPS again, ips glow and blb is awful”… i read this multiple times, and i can’t make a choice.

Things appear significantly more vibrant. Although the LG uses a different panel (newer 23.6″ panel vs. older 24″ panel) it is prone to exactly the same inter-unit variation. First Nations Charities, That’s enough to annoy some people or at least for the AOC to stand out as a better performer for colour reproduction. It would be nice to have a visual reference that people can use to compare with the AOC.

They’d find the image quality advantages over the XG240R much easier to notice.

A pursuit shot should never show such extreme displacement between any object and trailing at a high refresh rate. I’m gonna be using the monitor to play League of Legends mostly. That’s a panel without a backlight, which explains the difference in colour gamut – they use a different solution there.

You should see the UFO main body appear like those examples and there should be a single distinct trail behind the object. I used the BenQ XL2411z for the past decade. So I don’t want to spend all to much money but budget is not a real concern, I can easily spend 400€ or more if it is justified for me. If your main focus is coding then you should really consider a 2560 x 1440 model instead. Posted by 7 months ago. I’ve been searching for a monitor and I have to decide between AOC C24G1 and AOC 24G2/24G2U. about us | Les marques déposées et les logos des fabricants de télévisions et moniteurs de bureau, de matériel informatique (hardware), logiciel, etc. But the thing that kinda makes me want to just buy a tn monitor instead is because of the response time of the ViewSonic. Also, the ViewSonic has multiple ‘Response Time’ settings. Asus VG259Q 24.5" vs. AOC 24G2 23.8" viewable...noticeable?

This is the “best” frame I could extract myself: There’s really very little room for improvement in that respect, without using a different panel (and I haven’t come across any significantly faster ~144Hz IPS-type panel). Cost Of Living In Micronesia, Ffxiv Wolverine, I have the Asus VG259Q and all I can say is that this is light years away from my cheap sub $200 VA 1080p 144hz monitor that I was using before. The ViewSonic will almost certainly be using the Panda LC238WF1 CELL as seen on the 24G2(U). Even the difference between those TN monitors and the IPS and VA monitors I tried below are trivial. Unfortunately I can’t provide pictures from the UFO test, my camera from the S8 doesn’t take them. We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website.

I looked up IPS glow and learned it’s “normal” and that made me angry that anyone would recommend an IPS monitor.

Then i got vg259q and quality wass very good but colors aot box very bad need calibrate.

I tried two of the XG2402, which is very similar to the XG240R. The AOC is getting some really good reviews, is … save hide report. If you can confirm it I’ll buy it and I’ll use it as the main monitor for competitive gaming. The colors being better is trivial. I’m a bit disappointed too about the responsiveness of xg2405 that I have. So really, the ViewSonic is only for those who really want the very best pixel responsiveness at the expense of everything else. It’s very affordable, you get a lot of monitor for your money. And how often do you stare at pure black in a dark room anyway? You are free to manage this via your browser settings at any time - further information can be found in our Privacy Policy. But they lack proper reviews: First of all, thank you so much for your reviews, it really helped me, with this huuuuge amount of monitor we can find on the market. I tried the AOC C27G1: 27″ version of the AOC C24G1 (curved, 144hz, 1080p, VA) recommended by pcmonitors. Viewing 16 posts - 1 through 16 (of 16 total). 3.