|Standing screen display size||24.5 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080 Pixels|
AOC G2590PX 25" Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD, 1ms, 144Hz, NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible, 96% sRGB, Low Input Lag, DP/HDMI/VGA, Height Adjust, VESA
|Display Size||24.5 Inches|
|Hardware Interface||VGA, DisplayPort, HDMI|
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- 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
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- 24.5-inch TN panel with Full HD (1920x1080) resolution
- Ultra-thin bezels with 3-sided frameless design
- 144Hz refresh rate for smooth graphics
- 1ms response time (GtG) to avoid ghosting
- AdaptiveSync Technology and G-SYNC compatible
- AOC Dial Point for pinpoint accuracy in FPS games
- AOC Low Blue Mode and Flicker-Free technology reduces eye fatigue
- VESA mounting with quick mounting base
AOC Gaming Monitor – G2590PX
Bigger is Better
The AOC G2590PX takes your gaming up a notch with its 24.5-inch Full HD display and fast response times. The 25-inch class monitor has an ultra-thin bezels with frameless design on 3 sides for a more immersive look. A 144Hz refresh rate paired with Adaptive-Sync technology guarantees super-smooth and responsive game play and graphics by minimizing screen tearing, display stuttering and input lag.
"More than just a generic gaming model, the new AOC G2590PX G2 has a laser-like focus on fast-paced action gaming and esports in particular." -Tech Radar
Goodbye to Screen Tearing and Lag
About AOC Gaming
For professional gamers, we redefine awesomeness with our selection of AOC Gaming and AGON gaming displays, which not only excel with their fast performance, but also with their unique designs and gamer-specific features. The official monitors of numerous elite gaming teams worldwide, AGON and AOC Gaming raises the bar and brings out the true potential in you.
Ever since AOC was founded half a century ago, we have been specializing in display technology. It is our goal to provide you with a great display experience, whatever your specific needs.
Whatever your setup, achieve the highest framerate and smoothest display possible via Adaptive-Sync Technology. Whether you’re dashing through explosions or screeching around rain slicked bends, wave goodbye to screen tearing and lag – and leave your opponents in your smoothly rendered dust.
144Hz Refresh Rate
Equip yourself with twice the frame rate of other monitors and say goodbye to image stuttering and blurry motion. With a 144Hz refresh rate, every frame is rendered sharply and in smooth succession, so you can line up your shots accurately and appreciate high speed races in all their glory.
1ms GTG Response Time
A response time of 1ms Grey-to-Grey (GTG) means pixels respond with speed without the smear for an enhanced gaming experience. Fast-moving action and dramatic transitions will be rendered smoothly without the annoying effects of ghosting, a must have for serious first person shooter games. Choose the right path to success; do not let a slow display stop you.
AOC Clear Vision and AOC Game Color
Regardless of the input, AOC Clear Vision up-converting SD content to HD for even sharper imagery, great for gaming on your favorite retro consoles.
AOC Game Color providing 20 levels of grey level adjustment for boosting even more details out of your gaming and movie scenes.
AOC LowBlue Mode and Flicker Free Technology
AOC LowBlue Mode decreases harmful blue light by controlling color temperature, reducing the amount of blue spectrum of light entering your eyes, reducing muscular degeneration and preventing sleep disorders.
AOC Flicker-Free technology reduces flickering to give you a more comfortable gaming experience. This minimizes the effects of eye fatigue and other damage to your eyes during long, intense gaming sessions! The only tears you will wipe from your eyes will be tears of joy, thanks to AOC Gaming!
Bring the battle out of the shadows with Shadow Control! Brighten dark areas or sink them back into blackness on the fly, without affecting the rest of the display.
|Series||AOC Gaming – For the budget minded gamers||AOC G1 Series – For the budget minded gamers||AOC Gaming – For the budget minded gamers||AOC Gaming – For the budget minded gamers|
|Panel Size||TN 24-inch FHD 1920x1080 @ 75Hz||VA 23.6-inch Curved FHD 1920x1080 @ 144Hz||TN 24.5-inch FHD 1920x1080 @ 144Hz||TN 24.5-inch FHD 1920x1080 @ 144Hz|
|Response Time (typical Gray to Gray)||1ms||1ms (MPRT)||1ms||1ms|
|AMD FreeSync/NVIDIA G-SYNC||AMD FreeSync||AMD FreeSync||AdaptiveSync / G-SYNC Compatible||AdaptiveSync / G-SYNC Compatible|
|AOC Shadow Control||None||Yes||None||None|
|Connectivity||HDMI 1.4, DisplayPort 1.2, VGA, 3.5mm audio||HDMI 1.4 (x2), DisplayPort 1.2, VGA, 3.5mm audio||HDMI 1.4 (x2), DisplayPort 1.2, VGA, 3.5mm audio, USB 3.0 (x4)||HDMI 1.4 (x2), DisplayPort 1.2, VGA, 3.5mm audio, USB 3.0 (x4)|
|Stand||Tilt||Tilt: -5±2° ~ +20±2°, Swivel: -35°±2° ~ +35±1.5°, HA: 130mm||Tilt||Tilt : -3.5± 1.5° ~ + 21.5± 1.5°, Sw ivel: -45° ± 2° ~ + 45± 1.5°, Pivot : -2.5° ~ 92.5°, HA: 130mm|
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|Screen Size||24.5 inches||23.8 inches||24 inches||27 inches|
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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
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-144hz with FreeSync
- Adjustable stand
- Looks pretty high end
- Pretty good selection of ports
- Compatible with laptops at 144hz via display port
- 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:
Color Temp: User
Also, I used the ICC colors for this monitor (found with a quick Google Search).
10/10 Highly recommend.
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).
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).
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.
+ 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.
Top reviews from other countries
Es wurde die Garantie abgelehnt und behauptet der Bildschirm wurde mechanisch beschädigt.
Er wurde ohne Kratzer eingeschickt und wir bekamen ein
Reparaturangebot das höher als der Anschaffungspreis war.
Das Bild war bis zum Ausfall perfekt, jedoch der Umgang mit meinem Garantiefall sind ein Grund nicht bei dieser Firma zu kaufen. Hoffe das Amazon hier vermittelt!
(Right Monitor) The monitor is fine. It's actually great for the price too. Colours are vivid, the menu to change the brightness, contrast etc. is easy to navigate once you get used to it. You can completely modify the screen to make it look how you want it to look.
However... It's locked to 60fps and NOT 75fps. The way to do this is for Nvidia GPU's is to go into the Nvidia control panel and enter the "change resolution" option in the menu. From there, scroll down to PC, not FULL HD, and you can change from 60Hz to 75Hz. From there you can also go into the "Change desktop colour settings" and you can play around with the Brightness, contrast, etc. in a bit more depth and ease. Unfortunately, I don't know how to do these things with an AMD GPU.
Anyway, the screen is great ESPECIALLY for playing PS4, Xbox One or Switch games. (Note: The pictures taken aren't 100% accurate. They are slightly more whitewashed. It's A LOT more clear in person)
Edit: PLEASE READ THIS
Still 5 stars but I wish I knew it before!
If you want freesync to work over 60 fps (and have a vsync at 75hz) you have to install the beta driver of the screen (and start windows in test mod to allow unsigned drivers)!
-Simplistic yet sleek design
-2 built in USB slots on the side of the panel is a nice bonus
-144hz refresh rate is game changing
-Comes with cables included (Displayport, HDMI, VGA, Audio)
-Lots of viewing angles and easily height adjustable
-Pretty bleak colour: This is a TN panel so this is to be expected. Changing settings can help but overall color clarity is average
-Brightness settings are way too high, and it's hard to find a decent middle ground without sacrificing colour/clarity
-Doesn't come with DVI cable but instead comes with an outdated and next to useless VGA cable. Shipping a 1080p 144hz monitor with a vga cable seems next to pointless! The displayport cable included is capable of 144hz, however a dual link dvi d cable instead of a VGA would have been nice...
- I experienced very slight flickering at 144hz using the supplied Displayport cable. Not too noticable but still a hindrance. Either way, I made sure to buy a high quality displayport cable from Amazon with this order just in case this happened, and since changing out for the new cable, I've fixed the issue. Here is a link to the cable I bought
Cable Matters Gold Plated DisplayPort to DisplayPort Cable 2 Metres
-Built in speakers are extremely poor. I doubt anyone is buying this for the speakers, but still, awful speakers. Use external speakers
-The OSD/navigation menu can be quite cumbersome to use. It's not a massive deal, but you will be spending a lot of time in the menus and a nicer UI would have been nicer
Overall I am very happy with this monitor. If you are on the fence about 144hz, make the upgrade! I finally experienced it for the first time with this monitor and I am blown away with how crisp and smooth it is. If you have an AMD card capable of Freesync I doubly recommend this monitor, however, those with nvidia GPUs will still be able to use this monitor no problem, just wont be able to take advantage of freesync. You can't go wrong with the price here. As mentioned earlier, you may experience flickering at 144hz with the supplied displayport cable, so I recommend picking up a higher quality one. Otherwise I have nothing but good things to say about this monitor in terms of delivering what it sets out to do!
good colors (for a TN panel)
good contrast (for a TN panel)
HDMI and DP cables included
slightly less ghosting than my old monitor
connectors fit securely
75HZ without flickering on display port (freesync compatible GPU not required for 75hz)
AMD freesync (could not test this as I don't have an AMD GPU)
NOW THE BAD:
multiple dead pixels in one spot near middle of screen
excessive "clouding" (a form of backlight bleed), mainly in the middle of the screen.
random strong white crush (cant tell between similar shades of light grey and white, makes some buttons/borders in software difficult to see). None of the monitor's options fix this problem. Strangely a factory reset does fix it, but the problem randomly came back at least once.
somewhat wobbly stand (but its acceptable).
Selecting display port 1.2 causes "no signal" and you cant access the menu during "no signal" to reset the setting. you have to use another cable to get the monitor working again. this seems like a bad oversight.
no manual or documentation of any kind (not a big problem).
buttons are sometimes unresponsive, and are so stiff that they can make you tip the monitor over if not careful.
monitor emits a very weak buzzing noise that may be audible to you in a dead quiet room (most people won't notice this).
monitor is a bit slow to wake from sleep, and each time it shows a pop-up telling what the input source is - a minor annoyance.
This would have been a good cheap gaming monitor if not for the dead pixels and excessive backlight bleed.