|Screen Size||24 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||4|
AOC G2460PQU 144hz, 1ms Ultimate Performance 24-Inch Professional Gaming Monitor
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- 24 inches Class Monitor (24 inches Viewable) Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution
- 16:9 Aspect Ratio w/ color support of 16.7 Million Colors
- 144hz Refresh Rate
- Brightness- 350 cd/m2, Dynamic Contrast Ratio- 80,000,000:1, Response Time- 1ms
- Connectivity- VGA, DVI, HDMI, Display Port, USB (4)
- Wall Mountable, Speakers, Height Adjustment w/ Portrait Pivot
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Extreme Performance for Professional Gaming
This extreme gaming display redraws the screen up to 144 times per second for ultra-smooth, brilliant images, and 1 ms response time for quick graphics rendering. The ultimate gaming monitor features the connectivity you need in a sleek design fit to meet your competitive gaming needs.
144Hz Refresh Rate for Ultra Smooth Graphics
Competitive and intense gaming demands the best gaming gear to ensure lag-free, smooth gaming. This AOC display features 144 Hz refresh rate, effectively 2.4x faster than a standard display. A lower frame rate can make enemies appear to jump from spot to spot on the screen, making them difficult targets to hit. With 144Hz frame rate, you get those critical missing images on the screen which shows enemy movement in ultra smooth motion so you can easily target them. You won't have to put up with input lag and screen tearing with this AOC gaming display.
Fast 1ms GTG Response Time Delivers Smooth Graphics Rendering
A 1ms GTG fast response time means you get to enjoy fast-moving actions with worrying about image smearing or ghosting that occurs with slow respone time. In other words, you get to experience a lag-free gaming with that desired competitive edge as it should be with this smooth rendering AOC gaming display.
7 Different Display Modes
G2460PQU allows you to switch between seven different screen sizes: 17 inch Pillar Box (5:4), 19 inch Pillar Box (5:4), 19 inch Widescreen (16:10), 21.5 inch Widescreen (16:9), 22 inch Widescreen (16:10), 23 inch Widescreen (16:9) and 24 inch Widescreen (16:9). With this display, you can get the best possible view for any application or game.
All the Connectivity Needed for Entertainment and Gaming Desires
The G2460PQU features all the connectivity you need in a gaming monitor. It comes with VGA, DVI-Dual Link, HDMI, Display Port, and four USB 2.0 ports. The USB hub also has one charging port that can charge your portable devices up to 3 times the speed of a normal USB port. The gaming display comes with two built-in 2-watt speakers for your entertainment and gaming needs.
Sleek Design with Height Adjustability
AOC's gaming monitor is designed with a black hairline text and a sleek red bar at the bottom bezel. The back has a hook to keep your cables together and your desk clean. Two USB ports can be found on the right side of the panel, with another two ports found with the rest of the connectivity ports. The 24 inch display has tilt, pivot, height adjustability, and can be used in either landscape or portrait mode. Its height adjustment gives you the freedom to adjust according to your sight level.
- ENERGY STAR Compliant: Yes
- Dimensions (W x H x D) at Max Height: 22.3 x 15.5 x 9.6 inches
- Weight: 13.86 lbs
|Panel||WLED Backlit - TFT Active Matrix LCD|
|Viewable Image Size / Aspect Ratio||24” / 16:9|
|Response Time||1ms (Gray to Gray)|
|Viewable Angle||170 degrees horizontal, 160 degrees vertical|
|Maximum Resolution||1920 x 1080 @144Hz|
|Display Colors||16.7 Million|
|Connectivity||VGA, DIV-Dual Link, HDMI, DisplayPort, USB 2.0 x 4|
|Audio In/Out||audio out 2W x 2|
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|Display Resolution Maximum||1920 x 1080||1920 x 1080||1920 x 1080||1920x1080 pixels||1920x1080 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels|
|Screen Size||24 in||24 in||24 in||24 in||24 in||24 in|
|Item Dimensions||9.59 x 22.26 x 15.5 in||7 x 22.2 x 15.8 in||8.7 x 22.42 x 19.68 in||22.44 x 8.74 x 16.97 in||9.6 x 22.32 x 15.18 in||5.39 x 25.2 x 16.54 in|
|Item Weight||13.9 lbs||7.7 lbs||12.13 lbs||13.01 lbs||13.99 lbs||14.11 lbs|
AOC has a product for every user and every application. All AOC displays offer sophisticated features at affordable prices. The product line includes: LCDs: Slim, stylish, power-conscious displays with large viewable areas. Essential for environments where space is a consideration. Flat Face CRTs: Displays with precise resolution that enhance on-screen detail and minimize distortion. Perfect for rich visual content. CRTs: Price-conscious displays backed by proven technology. Ideal for task oriented computing.
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+ 144Hz refresh rate
+ Very low input delay and pixel response time
+ AMD Freesync
+ Great stand and VESA mountable
- Only 1920x1080 resolution
- Only 24" diagonal
- Not IPS
- No super-slim bezels
I bought 2 of these monitors after reading this review: [...]
I recommend looking through the excellent details provided in that review.
This is the ideal 24" / 1080p monitor for me. I had been looking for gaming monitors for 4 months, and this one stacked up perfectly against my criteria.
Responsiveness. This one is among the best: 3.66ms input latency and 1ms pixel response time put it above all the other options I considered. In fact, it's so good it's not even worth valuing above something with double those numbers, since the difference will be unnoticeable. This monitor is fast, period.
High Refresh Rate. With a strong enough GPU to power it, hitting 144 frames per second is very appealing. If your PC can do better than 1080p @ 60Hz, get a monitor that can do better. This monitor can execute silky smooth game visuals at HD resolution (or higher if you enable virtual super-resolution in Radeon Software Crimson Edition).
Adaptive Sync. I hate vertical tearing, and I don't want to take the performance hit from V-sync. Adaptive sync solves that with no performance loss. There's 2 different kinds of adaptive sync, G-sync for Nvidia GPUs and Freesync for AMD GPUs. I'm on team red, so Freesync was a goal from the outset.
Stand that can rotate to portrait (and be mounted) was also on my list, but not as highly. I do computer programming, and it's nice to edit code and other documents in portrait mode.
Update: This monitor needs no extra drivers for Windows 10 when using DVI, but today I plugged it into a 280X using DisplayPort, and had to take out the CD to install drivers. The drivers on the CD didn't work; I had to download newer drivers from AOC's website.
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.
In particular, the shadows are terrible on the monitor. The calibration tools feature weird "cool gamer bro" settings like "Overdrive" and "Shadow Control" and "Game Mode". However it's impossible to calibrate the colors settings to have accurate gamma, smooth linear brightness from whites to blacks, and the default settings will absolutely make your eyes bleed.
I don't believe my monitors are defective in any way. They arrived separately on two different days and look exactly the same, so I'm sure that's just how these monitors are built.
So here are the issues:
1. Out of the box, the contrast is much to high so that the active and inactive tabs of Chrome look the same. Text is difficult to read, and even solid black looks like a light gray.
2. Toning down the shadow control will immediately make your whites appear as light gray.
3. The contrast setting does not accurately control contrast, the difference between colors barely change. It seems to control brightness more than anything.
4. The brightness control does very little.
5. After calibrating colors as close as possible to sRGB standard (to closely match digital cameras and printers, for designers), there is significant banding in the blacks. For gamers, that means when you're in a dark cave in a game like Minecraft, you'll see dithering similar to the fuzzy effect in low quality jpg images.
6. No combination of gamma, brightless, contrast, or shadow control can accurately adhere to sRGB standards.
7. The sound quality is awful like listening through a tin-can, but I don't care because I use headphones.
8. This monitor is supposed to have a 1ms response time to eliminate ghosting, yet there is significant ghosting when scrolling down a web page. Testing has shown that horizontal ghosting is almost non existance, but vertical ghosting is a problem for this monitor.
For what it's worth, this is using a DisplayPort cable with a GTX 1080 card on Windows 10. No third party software is adjusting my monitor settings.
My old Asus monitor with a DVI cable looked much better. Get something else!
Also there's a review with pictures of two monitors with some scifi wallpaper. Look at how bright the shadows are. That's the default settings. That's NOT what your screen should look like!
No matter how hard I try, which settings I change I get a ton of pixelaition in dark areas. For example I play League Of Legends and during the search in the background it's pixelated. No matter how I change the contrast and brightness settings I can not get rid of it.
I even tried using Nvidia's settings vs. the monitor. It helped but it's still an issue. In general I think all monitors should not be so hard to configure.
If anyone is interested, I game on a 1070 ti and I am use a display port cable to take advantage of 144 MHz refresh rate.
I'm a bit fustrated because my picture should be crisp at all times and it isn't. I shouldn't have to invest in a configuration tool just to get a monitor to display the correct way.
Despite that it is a good monitor, but I felt people should be aware.
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