|Standing screen display size||24 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080 Pixels|
Sceptre 24-Inch Curved 144Hz Gaming LED Monitor Edge-Less AMD FreeSync DisplayPort HDMI, Machine Black (C248B-144RN)
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- 24" Curved Gaming Monitor
- 144Hz Refresh Rate More than double the standard refresh rate, 144Hz gives gamers an edge in visibility as frames transition instantly, leaving behind no blurred images
- AMD FreeSync With FreeSync, gamers now enjoy smooth video and seamless on the spot movement through their fast paced games.
- DisplayPort, HDMI, Audio Out Jack
- Anti-Flicker Provides a crisper picture by preventing the backlight from flickering periodically
- Curve Monitor The curved display delivers a revolutionary visual experience with a leading 1800R screen curvature as the images appear to wrap around you for an in depth, immersive experience.
- FPS-RTS FPS and RTS are Sceptre's custom set display settings built for an enhanced gaming experience. FPS (First Person Shooter) , RTS (Real-Time Strategy).
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Excellent Gaming Experience
Up to 144Hz Refresh Rate
More than double the standard refresh rate, 144Hz gives gamers an edge in visibility as frames transition instantly, leaving behind no blurred images
AMD FreeSync ™
With FreeSync, gamers now enjoy smooth video and seamless on the spot movement through their fast paced games. FreeSync is an AMD technology that nearly eliminates tearing and stuttering due to differences between a graphics card's frame rate and a monitor's refresh rate.
Provides a crisper picture by preventing the backlight from flickering periodically
30+ years of Experience
Founded in the City of Industry, California over 30 years ago, Sceptre Inc. made a promise to create and deliver superior products for remarkably affordable prices, a rare tradition that has continued to this day.
The curved display delivers a revolutionary visual experience with a leading 1800R screen curvature as the images appear to wrap around you for an in depth, immersive experience.
With the ability to tilt 15° backward and 5° forward, the added tilt feature will provide multiple options for finding the optimum angle to view the screen so that work and browsing can be performed with ease.
With Stand (Inches) 21.5" x 5.4" x 15.6"
Without Stand (inches) 21.5" x 2.8" x 12.8"
Packaging Dimension (inches) 22.91” x 4.48” x 15.31”
With Stand 6.32 Ib
Without Stand 5.73 lb
Gross Weight 9.12 Ib
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|Display Resolution Maximum||1920 x 1080 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||1920x1080 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||1920x1080 pixels|
|Screen Size||24 inches||24.5 inches||24 inches||27 inches||24 inches|
|Item Dimensions||21.50 x 5.40 x 15.60 inches||21.96 x 7.35 x 15.95 inches||21.34 x 7.95 x 15.94 inches||24.37 x 14.80 x 8.31 inches||21.50 x 15.60 x 5.40 inches|
|Item Weight||6.32 lbs||7.50 lbs||6.61 lbs||—||6.32 lbs|
|Mounting Type||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||TRUE|
|Refresh Rate||144 hertz||165 hertz||75 hertz||165 hertz||144 hertz|
|Size||24" Curved Gaming||—||—||27” 1080P 165Hz||24" Curved 144Hz|
The Sceptre C248B-144RN is a 24? Full HD Curved Monitor that embraces all the speed and features that gamers crave. Featuring an incredible 144Hz refresh rate, fast moving visuals pose no problem for the C248B-144RN. For added competitive edge, choose between FPS and RTS game modes to access custom settings that enhance gameplay. 24" Curved Gaming Monitor 1920 x 1080 Resolution Up to 144Hz Refresh Rate AMD FreeSyncTM Compatible DisplayPort, HDMI, Audio Out Jack Dimensions With Stand (Inches) 21.5" x 5.4" x 15.6" Without Stand (inches) 21.5" x 2.8" x 12.8" Packaging Dimension (inches) 22.91? x 4.48? x 15.31?. HDMI Input - HDMI 1 (144Hz) / HDMI 2 (120 Hz). DisplayPort Input - 1 x DisplayPort (144Hz). Digital Signal Frequency - 31 - 165 kHz (Horizontal) / 49 – 144 kHz (Vertical). The brightness is 250 cd/m2
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There is an HDMI 1.4 port that will do 1080 at 120hz, an HDMI 2.0 port that will do 1080 at 144hz, and a Display Port that will do 1080 144hz. The monitor comes with a Display Port cable.
Upon powering the monitor on, it will be in 60hz. This needs to be changed in the Windows 10 settings. Under the resolution settings are Advance Display Adapter settings, that's where you change it to 144hz. If you attempt to change it elsewhere, it likely won't take. If your on screen text is even a bit fuzzy, you probably are still in 60hz mode and don't realize it. I changed mine in the AMD control panel, but it didn't actually change until I went into the Windows settings and changed it to 144hz there.
FreeSync works very well. I believe the range is 49hz to 144hz. I use AMD Chill to keep my range between 70 and 144. All VSync is turned off so that FreeSync can operate unimpeded. If you're contantly above 144, which is unlikely on AMD hardware, then you may want to try Adaptive VSync. FreeSync also needs to be enabled in the monitor menu.
OverDrive is supposed to give you better pixel response. I did not find this worth it, the small loss in color depth wasn't worth the slightly faster response time.
The monitor also has advance calibration settings, gamma, red, blue, green, yellow, cyan, and magenta. I found the default to be slightly greenish blue, I lowered each of those a couple of ticks. I also lowered gamma from 2.2 to 2.4 just to get a little more depth on the black levels. Just to note, 2.2 was spot on in my testing, I just prefer the slightly darker shade of black. There is a movie mode that has deep blacks and super saturated, while it looks good, the shadows are crushed in games making it difficult to spot enemies. I found the FPS pre-set to be pretty good.
The speakers are awful, not even worth mentioning. I also enjoy the curve monitor. My previous is a 27 inch flat and I always felt like I was sitting too close for the size. 24 inch on a desk is much more comfortable.
Very good monitor for the price, 144hz is immediately noticeable, I cannot believe I went this long without it. I would recommend this monitor.
My hardware is a Ryzen CPU with an AMD rx 580.
Update:. I've been getting intermittent black screens for about 3 seconds at a time. I've tried many different settings. The fix seems to be to set the color to 6 bit rather than 8 bit.
Update 2: Lowering the color depth did not fix the issue, it eventually came back. I've also tried gpu scaling, full screen, preserve aspect ratio, vsyn on, vsyn off, overdrive on, overdrive off, frame rate limiter... Pretty much every possible setting. I've tried every suggestion online. This seems to be a moderately common issue with various FreeSync monitors from various manufacturers. I have no choice but to return the monitor. I am trying a TN monitor. I am guessing that most of the VA monitors in this price range actually use the same panel from the same factory. To make sure I truly get a different panel, I am switching to a Dell TN FreeSync monitor.
Update 3: I've had the Dell D2719HGF for nearly a week without an issue. It has performed flawlessly. A couple of differences to note, the depth of the black level on the Sceptre is clearly better being a VA panel. However, the color saturation is just as good on the Dell with a bit of tweaking. The Dell is far superior is a few areas. I didn't notice until I compared, but the text on the Sceptre was a bit fuzzy, probably due to the lower quality panel and the curvature. I also didn't think I would notice a difference in speed or smoothness considering they are both 144hz FreeSync, but the Dell has noticeably less motion blur, which is should being a TN panel. The Dell build quality is also superior. And... The Dell actually works without going black every few minutes.
The colors are bright and accurate after I used my DataColor Spyder5 Pro to calibrate the colors and gamma. Most monitor's brightness is set too high at factory settings and this can quickly fatigue your eyes, along with over-emphasized blues. I would highly recommend calibrating monitors for brightness and color accuracy. I bought my Spyder5 Pro on eBay, used for $150. This may seem expensive but I have many monitors in my home that I have calibrated with this one time purchase. Best Buy offers an in-home service at the same price for only an hour of their time.
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1 : On the monitor there is a faint line that can be seen a little more than halfway across the screen. This line is near invisible and can only really be seen on a gray background. Nevertheless it isn't a huge obstruction.
2: A lot of text and some other images have a faint edge around it. I will edit my review later today and post pictures showing these defects.
Everything else so far so good.
out of the box and plug into my pc the setup was almost already done. just needed to activate Freesync in the menu and change the settings to RTS to get an honest good image compared to my previous monitor this was intuitive and simple. compared to my previous monitor (B196WL) which share some similarities (TN panel for example) this one is extremely bright in comparison and show colors way better. i've seen some people say that theirs came in with broken pixel or artefact, mine is currently perfect.