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xnxx rok ASUS 24.5" 1080P Gaming Monitor (VG258QR) - Full HD, 165Hz (144Hz Supports), 0.5ms, Ultra Low Motion Blur, Speaker, Adaptive-Sync, G-SYNC Compatible, VESA Mountable, DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI-D It is recommended to match this
xnxx rok ASUS 24.5" 1080P Gaming Monitor (VG258QR) - Full HD, 165Hz (144Hz Supports), 0.5ms, Ultra Low Motion Blur, Speaker, Adaptive-Sync, G-SYNC Compatible, VESA Mountable, DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI-D It is recommended to match this
xnxx rok ASUS 24.5" 1080P Gaming Monitor (VG258QR) - Full HD, 165Hz (144Hz Supports), 0.5ms, Ultra Low Motion Blur, Speaker, Adaptive-Sync, G-SYNC Compatible, VESA Mountable, DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI-D It is recommended to match this
xnxx rok ASUS 24.5" 1080P Gaming Monitor (VG258QR) - Full HD, 165Hz (144Hz Supports), 0.5ms, Ultra Low Motion Blur, Speaker, Adaptive-Sync, G-SYNC Compatible, VESA Mountable, DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI-D It is recommended to match this
xnxx rok ASUS 24.5" 1080P Gaming Monitor (VG258QR) - Full HD, 165Hz (144Hz Supports), 0.5ms, Ultra Low Motion Blur, Speaker, Adaptive-Sync, G-SYNC Compatible, VESA Mountable, DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI-D It is recommended to match this
xnxx rok ASUS 24.5" 1080P Gaming Monitor (VG258QR) - Full HD, 165Hz (144Hz Supports), 0.5ms, Ultra Low Motion Blur, Speaker, Adaptive-Sync, G-SYNC Compatible, VESA Mountable, DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI-D It is recommended to match this

xnxx rok ASUS 24.5" 1080P Gaming Monitor (VG258QR) - Full HD, 165Hz (144Hz Supports), 0.5ms, Ultra Low Motion Blur, Speaker, Adaptive-Sync, G-SYNC Compatible, VESA Mountable, DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI-D It is recommended to match this

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What is xnxx rok ASUS 24.5" 1080P Gaming Monitor (VG258QR) - Full HD, 165Hz (144Hz Supports), 0.5ms, Ultra Low Motion Blur, Speaker, Adaptive-Sync, G-SYNC Compatible, VESA Mountable, DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI-D It is recommended to match this?
      Certified as G-SYNC compatible delivering a seamless tear-free gaming experience by enabling VRRP xnxx rok (Variable refresh rate) by xnxx rok default****** IMPORTANT ****** xnxx rok Before xnxx rok I start xnxx rok - As xnxx rok everyone has said on these xnxx rok reviews before, xnxx rok the colors look xnxx rok very pale and washed out xnxx rok once you get the monitor. I xnxx rok highly xnxx rok recommend that you Google or go xnxx rok on YouTube and xnxx rok search for xnxx rok this specific video "ASUS VG248QE xnxx rok Color Settings xnxx rok / ICC Profile xnxx rok (and xnxx rok discussing xnxx rok lightboost)". xnxx rok The uploader's name is Static Sleet and the video was uploaded in October xnxx rok 2015. There are xnxx rok other websites xnxx rok that teach you xnxx rok how and some Reddit threads that xnxx rok do the same, but this video xnxx rok is extremely straightforward on what you xnxx rok should xnxx rok do as soon as you get your monitor out of the box.Now, xnxx rok I was very hesitant in getting xnxx rok this monitor because I'm a pretty cautious consumer xnxx rok and read xnxx rok all the xnxx rok one star reviews. I was so afraid of being one of xnxx rok the dead / xnxx rok stuck pixel xnxx rok receivers, but whew! Everything is perfect. xnxx rok I just upgraded from a xnxx rok 20 inch, 60hz, xnxx rok and not a 1ms response time monitor and the difference is staggering. I have this new one and my old one set up side by xnxx rok side and xnxx rok it's like night and day. xnxx rok This monitor is xnxx rok much more bright, vibrant, and xnxx rok crisp than xnxx rok the blurry xnxx rok and dull image I xnxx rok see on the xnxx rok old monitor. The box was well packaged and the monitor very secure, xnxx rok and there are no scratches or any parts bent / out of xnxx rok place.Sure, it's xnxx rok not one xnxx rok of the more expensive 1440p models that boast xnxx rok G-Sync and yada yada, but if xnxx rok you're on a xnxx rok budget xnxx rok constraint xnxx rok that allows you only to xnxx rok get xnxx rok monitors around 300-400$, this is a steal. So, if you're xnxx rok like me, stop looking at the xnxx rok $600 - $1000+ monitors and xnxx rok narrow them down to xnxx rok two xnxx rok models - this xnxx rok ASUS xnxx rok VG248QE xnxx rok or its xnxx rok 27" counterpart, xnxx rok or xnxx rok the BenQ xnxx rok Zowie XL2411Z that is probably the other one you've been looking xnxx rok at. The only thing that you should xnxx rok do now xnxx rok is xnxx rok go on Google / YouTube again and search "BenQ XL2411Z vs ASUS VG248QE 144 hz xnxx rok Monitor Comparison - xnxx rok Which is best for YOU" by Gus Tech. As you can see through the comments and other sites that pit these two versus each other, xnxx rok ASUS blows BenQ out of the park when it comes to picture QUALITY (color, vibrance, etc). The BenQ is claimed to xnxx rok be more xnxx rok efficient however in games because it stays true and strong in those parts of FPS shooters like CS:GO where xnxx rok you're turning around corners and shooting people very quickly. As xnxx rok a FPS xnxx rok fanatic, xnxx rok I can tell you that it is not noticeable at all. It was a no brainer for me to choose xnxx rok the ASUS xnxx rok model after xnxx rok looking at the xnxx rok video xnxx rok I just mentioned because a little xnxx rok "efficiency" is not worth sacrificing an amazing picture for. Unless you're xnxx rok some world champ shooter xnxx rok that somehow xnxx rok notices this little difference when you're turning around corners, you're not going to notice any difference in those xnxx rok terms at all. xnxx rok The xnxx rok BenQ colors are just terrible. xnxx rok I xnxx rok wouldn't want to play video games to xnxx rok be better xnxx rok if I'm not going to like what I'm looking at, and xnxx rok you xnxx rok probably don't want that either.Also, xnxx rok one thing xnxx rok I was debating on before xnxx rok getting xnxx rok this xnxx rok model was xnxx rok whether or not I should get the 27". My xnxx rok 20" is so tiny and I was so sick of xnxx rok it, so I thought - the bigger the better. However, xnxx rok I looked up "Is a 27 monitor and 1080p" worth it and the results xnxx rok weren't xnxx rok that great. xnxx rok Many said that you would notice a loss of xnxx rok quality xnxx rok almost immediately unless your computer is xnxx rok extremely xnxx rok far away from xnxx rok you and to the back of the desk, but that wasn't me because my monitor is sitting only an arm's length away. I xnxx rok also read on Reddit from people with 27" models that it was simply xnxx rok too big for them and they actually got xnxx rok worse at xnxx rok high speed video xnxx rok games because their eyes couldn't keep xnxx rok up with everything that was going xnxx rok on in the corners and sides of xnxx rok the screen. So, following that advice, I xnxx rok got the xnxx rok 24" because the quality xnxx rok would seemingly xnxx rok be at 'perfect' balance and not stretched xnxx rok out onto xnxx rok a 27" screen and because I didn't want the problem of not being able xnxx rok to see everything xnxx rok happening xnxx rok if I'm xnxx rok playing a fast-paced video xnxx rok game. I'm xnxx rok very glad that I listened xnxx rok to them! I'm actually having trouble sometimes keeping up xnxx rok with this screen too because it's xnxx rok also xnxx rok very big when xnxx rok an xnxx rok arm's length away. If I xnxx rok had a xnxx rok 27", it would xnxx rok be great xnxx rok for watching some movies far away xnxx rok but.. xnxx rok not at all for games xnxx rok unless you have additional eyes beside your ears. An added bonus with this is xnxx rok that you'll be saving 50$ too xnxx rok (by not getting the xnxx rok bigger model)!Overall, I think you should get xnxx rok this VG248QE if your budget falls xnxx rok around here and you're looking for an xnxx rok entry-level 144hz, 1ms, xnxx rok 1080p monitor. Yes, there xnxx rok are xnxx rok lots of one star reviews because xnxx rok of misplaced pixels, but xnxx rok I can tell you after hours of xnxx rok searching for monitors before xnxx rok I got xnxx rok this one that there is only xnxx rok ONE monitor I found with only xnxx rok 4-5 star reviews xnxx rok - xnxx rok and it cost 2300$ and only like two xnxx rok or xnxx rok three people xnxx rok actually reviewed it.. Every monitor you come xnxx rok by will have xnxx rok problems from xnxx rok consumers such as xnxx rok dead pixels, power failures, the monitor xnxx rok simply xnxx rok dying, buttons falling off, etc. xnxx rok The VG248QE will xnxx rok have xnxx rok a lot more of these simply because of the xnxx rok sheer amount of people that have bought this over the years. When xnxx rok you're producing a lot xnxx rok of these monitors, xnxx rok obviously some are bound to fail. xnxx rok but xnxx rok this xnxx rok model, as you can tell, is always holding strong near 80% five star reviews - which xnxx rok is a xnxx rok lot higher xnxx rok than other monitors that xnxx rok I have seen xnxx rok on Amazon. xnxx rok Just pray that xnxx rok you're not in the 20% and xnxx rok buy it. Don't press your xnxx rok back button xnxx rok and xnxx rok go to the xnxx rok BenQ. Just get it!!Oh, xnxx rok and a lot xnxx rok of people seem to not be getting DVI-D cables with their orders so xnxx rok I read those reviews xnxx rok and got the gold plated, ferrite, xnxx rok DVI-D cable that is under the xnxx rok "products frequently bought with xnxx rok this" because I thought I xnxx rok wouldn't be getting one. Well, xnxx rok I did get one with the monitor. So, xnxx rok take that with a xnxx rok grain xnxx rok of salt; you xnxx rok may xnxx rok or may xnxx rok not get one.24 xnxx rok 5 inch xnxx rok Full HD (1920x1080) 165Hz refresh rate (supports 144Hz) 0 5ms (GTG) response xnxx rok rate gaming monitor with xnxx rok AMD FreeSync for a smooth game xnxx rok playExtreme low motion blur (ELMB) technology reduces ghosting and xnxx rok motion blur creating xnxx rok a fluid gaming experienceMarathon ready with xnxx rok ASUS Eye xnxx rok Care technology to minimize eye fatigue and xnxx rok an ergonomic stand with full height/tilt/swivel/pivot adjustments to xnxx rok accommodate any desk-Quality Control-I bought three of this xnxx rok exact monitor. I got three monitors with three very different looking xnxx rok colors, particularly with xnxx rok three very different xnxx rok depths xnxx rok of xnxx rok black. I expected the colors to be inaccurate- xnxx rok just about every review brings that up, but xnxx rok I xnxx rok (incorrectly) xnxx rok assumed three of the same monitor would xnxx rok be inaccurate in exactly the xnxx rok same way. I think the problem is each has a slightly xnxx rok different backlight xnxx rok intensity, and xnxx rok this cannot be fixed by any xnxx rok brightness/contrast/gamma xnxx rok settings. They xnxx rok don't look the same and they will never xnxx rok be xnxx rok identical. This makes me sad. xnxx rok I'm taking one star xnxx rok off for this- xnxx rok yeah 3 monitors is a small sample size, but, well, they sure xnxx rok aren't cherry-picking the production line.Update: Of the three of these monitors xnxx rok I xnxx rok purchased, two of them xnxx rok had xnxx rok dead pixels. I have gone through xnxx rok the lengthy process of exchanging both (amazon's service was lovely, newegg xnxx rok on the xnxx rok other xnxx rok hand was quite slow in xnxx rok comparison, and newegg xnxx rok makes you send the product back before they ship you the replacement, whereas amazon xnxx rok just xnxx rok shipped me a new xnxx rok monitor instantly and told me to send the old one back xnxx rok by the end of xnxx rok the month) and have xnxx rok finally xnxx rok gotten three functioning monitors. However... I'm just not very satisfied with the quality of xnxx rok these monitors. I never knew what "bad colors" before buying these monitors, and I thought that it was only important to people who xnxx rok work in photography, or the snobby "has xnxx rok to xnxx rok be perfect" crowd. I figured, "bad colors! I don't care about that". xnxx rok I was wrong. Everything just xnxx rok looks so washed out and pale, xnxx rok and there really is an obscene amount of lightbleed around xnxx rok the edges. Sometimes I see xnxx rok image xnxx rok retention artifacts on these monitors! If I weren't so lazy I xnxx rok would xnxx rok return these monitors and try xnxx rok out the xnxx rok BenQ model that supports xnxx rok 2D lightboost. My previous monitors lasted me 6 years, and I only xnxx rok upgraded xnxx rok because I wanted higher xnxx rok framerates and lightboost... but I don't see myself keeping xnxx rok these monitors xnxx rok for 6 xnxx rok years. Full disclosure, the room where I xnxx rok keep xnxx rok these xnxx rok monitors xnxx rok is rather cold (it's xnxx rok 12C right now) and xnxx rok the xnxx rok display is definitely xnxx rok adversely affected by the cold, xnxx rok things get a bit better when they warm up. Maybe xnxx rok all xnxx rok my complaints xnxx rok will be resolved in the xnxx rok summer when the weather is hot. My previous monitors had no issues unless the temperature fell below 0C.-Connectivity-My computer only has xnxx rok two DVI inputs, xnxx rok one displayport, and one hdmi port. This monitor comes with a rather short xnxx rok DVI cable. In my attempts to hook up the third monitor xnxx rok with stuff I had xnxx rok laying around xnxx rok the house, I discovered the following: The HDMI port will not carry signals higher than xnxx rok 60Hz. I xnxx rok tried using xnxx rok a DVI to xnxx rok HDMI adapter, but since my xnxx rok GPU doesn't accept xnxx rok higher xnxx rok than xnxx rok 60Hz over HDMI, xnxx rok I used xnxx rok HDMI to displayport. This did not allow me to go xnxx rok higher than 60Hz. The fault could xnxx rok have either been xnxx rok the HDMI cable itself, or one of the adapters I used. I ended up having xnxx rok to buy xnxx rok a displayport xnxx rok cable and xnxx rok it carries up xnxx rok to 144Hz xnxx rok perfectly fine. tl;dr: You should not buy this monitor xnxx rok unless you have DVI or displayport on xnxx rok your xnxx rok PC. The xnxx rok DVI xnxx rok cable it comes with is on the shorter side.-Screen-I xnxx rok cannot, xnxx rok and therefore will xnxx rok not, talk xnxx rok about screen xnxx rok quality xnxx rok because I am xnxx rok not knowledgeable enough. I will say that there is a little bit of motion-ghosting, but I have never seen a monitor that doesn't xnxx rok have a xnxx rok little ghosting. http://www.testufo.com/#test=ghosting-High refresh rate xnxx rok 120Hz/144Hz-I love it. It's xnxx rok gorgeous, it's xnxx rok significantly xnxx rok better than 60Hz, and very xnxx rok much xnxx rok worth buying into. Use this to watch videos xnxx rok in 144FPS- it fixes xnxx rok video stuttering (how on earth the general population still xnxx rok thinks 24fps is xnxx rok acceptable xnxx rok for video is beyond my comprehension) but will introduce some other artifacts. It's a trade off... personally I prefer perfect xnxx rok visual xnxx rok fluidity with xnxx rok an artifact here and there vs xnxx rok every single xnxx rok second looking like garbage because 24FPS. xnxx rok http://www.svp-team.com/wiki/Main_PageUpdate: SVP works better at 60Hz than at xnxx rok 120Hz or higher. xnxx rok Consistent framerates xnxx rok are much xnxx rok more xnxx rok important than high framerates- xnxx rok if xnxx rok you can't get a stable 120FPS, the frequent changing of the xnxx rok framerate will be a xnxx rok lot more annoying than a consistent 60FPS. SVP works by generating xnxx rok new frames by averaging two existing xnxx rok frames. The generated xnxx rok frame is then inserted xnxx rok between the two existing xnxx rok frames. xnxx rok SVP's engine xnxx rok does xnxx rok this very xnxx rok well for 60Hz/FPS xnxx rok displays where the source video is 24FPS, however xnxx rok its success xnxx rok is limited at 120FPS. Some scenes look amazing. Others don't. While the entire video is technically xnxx rok 120FPS, the xnxx rok extra generated frames xnxx rok required to get xnxx rok to 120FPS may not be different enough xnxx rok (or accurate xnxx rok enough) xnxx rok to translate xnxx rok into worthwhile data, and the result is a perceived inconsistent framerate. xnxx rok If xnxx rok your source video was xnxx rok captured in 60FPS, however, xnxx rok I suspect SVP xnxx rok will succeed in rendering it at 120FPS.-LightBoost-This xnxx rok is a godsend. It xnxx rok only supports 100Hz-120Hz, but 120Hz with lightboost is vastly superior to 144Hz without. Use google chrome to view this page, once xnxx rok without lightboost, once with xnxx rok http://www.testufo.com/#test=eyetracking (firefox can't maintain 120fps and IE doesn't xnxx rok seem to support 120fps). It's xnxx rok a bit hard to explain, but xnxx rok I'll try: This xnxx rok monitor has a pixel response time of 2ms (the advertised 1ms is false- never trust manufacturer specs, look for monitor benchmarks). Pixel xnxx rok response is xnxx rok how long xnxx rok it takes xnxx rok for a pixel to receive a command and change colors. xnxx rok 2ms is incredibly xnxx rok fast, but it still is xnxx rok not an xnxx rok instantaneous change. When an object xnxx rok is xnxx rok moving on your screen very xnxx rok fast, the pixels xnxx rok can only update xnxx rok no faster than once every 2ms and what ends xnxx rok up happening is motion blur; an object xnxx rok appears blurry because xnxx rok the xnxx rok pixels it xnxx rok was xnxx rok just on haven't fully changed to reflect it is no longer xnxx rok there, and the pixels it is on haven't xnxx rok fully xnxx rok changed to reflect that xnxx rok it xnxx rok IS there. Enter LightBoost: LightBoost turns xnxx rok off xnxx rok the backlight in xnxx rok between screen refreshes, and the end result is xnxx rok that the backlight is only on AFTER the xnxx rok pixels have fully changed. Without the backlight on, xnxx rok there is xnxx rok no xnxx rok light to carry information to your eyes. So xnxx rok in xnxx rok effect, LightBoost xnxx rok works by not transmitting incomplete data. The only light that ever enters your eyes contains xnxx rok complete xnxx rok images, you don't xnxx rok see the 2ms xnxx rok of pixel transitioning from one color to another. The end xnxx rok result is mind blowing*, xnxx rok and I am SO HAPPY that xnxx rok I accidentally bought xnxx rok a monitor that happens to support this LightBoost xnxx rok feature- if you're thinking of buying a 120Hz-144Hz monitor, either xnxx rok get this xnxx rok one or another one that you can verify supports LightBoost! xnxx rok LightBoost is xnxx rok not a xnxx rok feature that xnxx rok you can just turn on, it has to be enabled by third party tools and might only work for nvidia cards, I'm not sure... I just xnxx rok know that it's used to help xnxx rok nvidia 3Dvision look better xnxx rok in some xnxx rok way, so xnxx rok using xnxx rok it for xnxx rok regular 2D isn't strictly a supported feature- but the 3D restriction is xnxx rok completely arbitrary. Read more about it, and xnxx rok download the tool for unlocking 2D LightBoost here**: http://www.blurbusters.com/zero-motion-blur/lightboost/*I haven't used a xnxx rok CRT xnxx rok in years, xnxx rok OK!**I suppose I should put up a warning here: if xnxx rok you have epilepsy, know xnxx rok that this feature is blinking the monitor backlight, xnxx rok REALLY, REALLY FAST. This xnxx rok also xnxx rok reportedly causes xnxx rok eyestrain and xnxx rok other xnxx rok discomforts xnxx rok for certain people. I get xnxx rok eyestrain looking at a normal monitor, and xnxx rok I xnxx rok find that gunnar optiks xnxx rok glasses really help- xnxx rok maybe they'll xnxx rok work for you if you xnxx rok find LightBoost xnxx rok causing discomfort.-Stand-It's good I guess, though I xnxx rok don't really xnxx rok know why xnxx rok they xnxx rok have the base swivel limited when it could have easily been designed to xnxx rok pivot xnxx rok 360 degrees- perhaps so the xnxx rok cables aren't being tugged on, but I'd rather xnxx rok have that xnxx rok than have xnxx rok to worry about xnxx rok centering a disc I can't see, but xnxx rok I never move my monitors xnxx rok or change orientation so it xnxx rok doesn't really bother me. The adjustable height is nice.-Speakers-This xnxx rok is xnxx rok a monitor. There is no monitor xnxx rok in the xnxx rok history of xnxx rok the universe that is paired with good speakers. I can't imagine why anyone would xnxx rok choose to use them, but they're there should you xnxx rok need them. xnxx rok If you don't own speakers, they're better than no sound at xnxx rok all. I xnxx rok saw xnxx rok some reviews complaining that the speakers xnxx rok on this are poor. No, the only thing poor here is your IQ. That's like complaining about xnxx rok the poor performance of an integrated GPU or audio card.Flexible connectivity with DisplayPort Dual-link xnxx rok DVI-D HDMI and ASUS xnxx rok SonicMaster Stereo xnxx rok 2W speakers xnxx rok to provide for a full sound while eliminating the need xnxx rok for external speakers
      ASUS 24.5" 1080P Gaming Monitor (VG258QR) - Full HD, 165Hz (Supports 144Hz), 0.5ms, Extreme Low Motion Blur, Speaker, Adaptive-Sync, G-SYNC Compatible, VESA Mountable, DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI-D24 5 inch Full HD xnxx rok (1920x1080) 165Hz refresh rate (supports 144Hz) 0 xnxx rok 5ms (GTG) response xnxx rok rate xnxx rok gaming monitor xnxx rok with AMD FreeSync xnxx rok for a smooth game playCertified as G-SYNC compatible delivering a seamless tear-free gaming experience by enabling VRRP (Variable refresh xnxx rok rate) by defaultExtreme xnxx rok low motion blur (ELMB) technology reduces ghosting and xnxx rok motion xnxx rok blur creating a fluid gaming experienceMarathon ready with xnxx rok ASUS Eye Care xnxx rok technology to minimize eye fatigue and an ergonomic xnxx rok stand xnxx rok with full height/tilt/swivel/pivot xnxx rok adjustments to accommodate any xnxx rok deskFlexible connectivity with DisplayPort Dual-link DVI-D xnxx rok HDMI and ASUS SonicMaster Stereo xnxx rok 2W xnxx rok speakers xnxx rok to xnxx rok provide for a full sound while eliminating xnxx rok the need for external speakers

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Buyer's experience:
      1: -Quality Control-I bought three of this exact monitor. I got three monitors with three very different looking colors, particularly with three very different depths of black. I expected the colors to be inaccurate- just about every review brings that up, but I (incorrectly) assumed three of the same monitor would be inaccurate in exactly the same way. I think the problem is each has a slightly different backlight intensity, and this cannot be fixed by any brightness/contrast/gamma settings. They don't look the same and they will never be identical. This makes me sad. I'm taking one star off for this- yeah 3 monitors is a small sample size, but, well, they sure aren't cherry-picking the production line.Update: Of the three of these monitors I purchased, two of them had dead pixels. I have gone through the lengthy process of exchanging both (amazon's service was lovely, newegg on the other hand was quite slow in comparison, and newegg makes you send the product back before they ship you the replacement, whereas amazon just shipped me a new monitor instantly and told me to send the old one back by the end of the month) and have finally gotten three functioning monitors. However... I'm just not very satisfied with the quality of these monitors. I never knew what "bad colors" before buying these monitors, and I thought that it was only important to people who work in photography, or the snobby "has to be perfect" crowd. I figured, "bad colors! I don't care about that". I was wrong. Everything just looks so washed out and pale, and there really is an obscene amount of lightbleed around the edges. Sometimes I see image retention artifacts on these monitors! If I weren't so lazy I would return these monitors and try out the BenQ model that supports 2D lightboost. My previous monitors lasted me 6 years, and I only upgraded because I wanted higher framerates and lightboost... but I don't see myself keeping these monitors for 6 years. Full disclosure, the room where I keep these monitors is rather cold (it's 12C right now) and the display is definitely adversely affected by the cold, things get a bit better when they warm up. Maybe all my complaints will be resolved in the summer when the weather is hot. My previous monitors had no issues unless the temperature fell below 0C.-Connectivity-My computer only has two DVI inputs, one displayport, and one hdmi port. This monitor comes with a rather short DVI cable. In my attempts to hook up the third monitor with stuff I had laying around the house, I discovered the following: The HDMI port will not carry signals higher than 60Hz. I tried using a DVI to HDMI adapter, but since my GPU doesn't accept higher than 60Hz over HDMI, I used HDMI to displayport. This did not allow me to go higher than 60Hz. The fault could have either been the HDMI cable itself, or one of the adapters I used. I ended up having to buy a displayport cable and it carries up to 144Hz perfectly fine. tl;dr: You should not buy this monitor unless you have DVI or displayport on your PC. The DVI cable it comes with is on the shorter side.-Screen-I cannot, and therefore will not, talk about screen quality because I am not knowledgeable enough. I will say that there is a little bit of motion-ghosting, but I have never seen a monitor that doesn't have a little ghosting. http://www.testufo.com/#test=ghosting-High refresh rate 120Hz/144Hz-I love it. It's gorgeous, it's significantly better than 60Hz, and very much worth buying into. Use this to watch videos in 144FPS- it fixes video stuttering (how on earth the general population still thinks 24fps is acceptable for video is beyond my comprehension) but will introduce some other artifacts. It's a trade off... personally I prefer perfect visual fluidity with an artifact here and there vs every single second looking like garbage because 24FPS. http://www.svp-team.com/wiki/Main_PageUpdate: SVP works better at 60Hz than at 120Hz or higher. Consistent framerates are much more important than high framerates- if you can't get a stable 120FPS, the frequent changing of the framerate will be a lot more annoying than a consistent 60FPS. SVP works by generating new frames by averaging two existing frames. The generated frame is then inserted between the two existing frames. SVP's engine does this very well for 60Hz/FPS displays where the source video is 24FPS, however its success is limited at 120FPS. Some scenes look amazing. Others don't. While the entire video is technically 120FPS, the extra generated frames required to get to 120FPS may not be different enough (or accurate enough) to translate into worthwhile data, and the result is a perceived inconsistent framerate. If your source video was captured in 60FPS, however, I suspect SVP will succeed in rendering it at 120FPS.-LightBoost-This is a godsend. It only supports 100Hz-120Hz, but 120Hz with lightboost is vastly superior to 144Hz without. Use google chrome to view this page, once without lightboost, once with http://www.testufo.com/#test=eyetracking (firefox can't maintain 120fps and IE doesn't seem to support 120fps). It's a bit hard to explain, but I'll try: This monitor has a pixel response time of 2ms (the advertised 1ms is false- never trust manufacturer specs, look for monitor benchmarks). Pixel response is how long it takes for a pixel to receive a command and change colors. 2ms is incredibly fast, but it still is not an instantaneous change. When an object is moving on your screen very fast, the pixels can only update no faster than once every 2ms and what ends up happening is motion blur; an object appears blurry because the pixels it was just on haven't fully changed to reflect it is no longer there, and the pixels it is on haven't fully changed to reflect that it IS there. Enter LightBoost: LightBoost turns off the backlight in between screen refreshes, and the end result is that the backlight is only on AFTER the pixels have fully changed. Without the backlight on, there is no light to carry information to your eyes. So in effect, LightBoost works by not transmitting incomplete data. The only light that ever enters your eyes contains complete images, you don't see the 2ms of pixel transitioning from one color to another. The end result is mind blowing*, and I am SO HAPPY that I accidentally bought a monitor that happens to support this LightBoost feature- if you're thinking of buying a 120Hz-144Hz monitor, either get this one or another one that you can verify supports LightBoost! LightBoost is not a feature that you can just turn on, it has to be enabled by third party tools and might only work for nvidia cards, I'm not sure... I just know that it's used to help nvidia 3Dvision look better in some way, so using it for regular 2D isn't strictly a supported feature- but the 3D restriction is completely arbitrary. Read more about it, and download the tool for unlocking 2D LightBoost here**: http://www.blurbusters.com/zero-motion-blur/lightboost/*I haven't used a CRT in years, OK!**I suppose I should put up a warning here: if you have epilepsy, know that this feature is blinking the monitor backlight, REALLY, REALLY FAST. This also reportedly causes eyestrain and other discomforts for certain people. I get eyestrain looking at a normal monitor, and I find that gunnar optiks glasses really help- maybe they'll work for you if you find LightBoost causing discomfort.-Stand-It's good I guess, though I don't really know why they have the base swivel limited when it could have easily been designed to pivot 360 degrees- perhaps so the cables aren't being tugged on, but I'd rather have that than have to worry about centering a disc I can't see, but I never move my monitors or change orientation so it doesn't really bother me. The adjustable height is nice.-Speakers-This is a monitor. There is no monitor in the history of the universe that is paired with good speakers. I can't imagine why anyone would choose to use them, but they're there should you need them. If you don't own speakers, they're better than no sound at all. I saw some reviews complaining that the speakers on this are poor. No, the only thing poor here is your IQ. That's like complaining about the poor performance of an integrated GPU or audio card.
      2: ****** IMPORTANT ****** Before I start - As everyone has said on these reviews before, the colors look very pale and washed out once you get the monitor. I highly recommend that you Google or go on YouTube and search for this specific video "ASUS VG248QE Color Settings / ICC Profile (and discussing lightboost)". The uploader's name is Static Sleet and the video was uploaded in October 2015. There are other websites that teach you how and some Reddit threads that do the same, but this video is extremely straightforward on what you should do as soon as you get your monitor out of the box.Now, I was very hesitant in getting this monitor because I'm a pretty cautious consumer and read all the one star reviews. I was so afraid of being one of the dead / stuck pixel receivers, but whew! Everything is perfect. I just upgraded from a 20 inch, 60hz, and not a 1ms response time monitor and the difference is staggering. I have this new one and my old one set up side by side and it's like night and day. This monitor is much more bright, vibrant, and crisp than the blurry and dull image I see on the old monitor. The box was well packaged and the monitor very secure, and there are no scratches or any parts bent / out of place.Sure, it's not one of the more expensive 1440p models that boast G-Sync and yada yada, but if you're on a budget constraint that allows you only to get monitors around 300-400$, this is a steal. So, if you're like me, stop looking at the $600 - $1000+ monitors and narrow them down to two models - this ASUS VG248QE or its 27" counterpart, or the BenQ Zowie XL2411Z that is probably the other one you've been looking at. The only thing that you should do now is go on Google / YouTube again and search "BenQ XL2411Z vs ASUS VG248QE 144 hz Monitor Comparison - Which is best for YOU" by Gus Tech. As you can see through the comments and other sites that pit these two versus each other, ASUS blows BenQ out of the park when it comes to picture QUALITY (color, vibrance, etc). The BenQ is claimed to be more efficient however in games because it stays true and strong in those parts of FPS shooters like CS:GO where you're turning around corners and shooting people very quickly. As a FPS fanatic, I can tell you that it is not noticeable at all. It was a no brainer for me to choose the ASUS model after looking at the video I just mentioned because a little "efficiency" is not worth sacrificing an amazing picture for. Unless you're some world champ shooter that somehow notices this little difference when you're turning around corners, you're not going to notice any difference in those terms at all. The BenQ colors are just terrible. I wouldn't want to play video games to be better if I'm not going to like what I'm looking at, and you probably don't want that either.Also, one thing I was debating on before getting this model was whether or not I should get the 27". My 20" is so tiny and I was so sick of it, so I thought - the bigger the better. However, I looked up "Is a 27 monitor and 1080p" worth it and the results weren't that great. Many said that you would notice a loss of quality almost immediately unless your computer is extremely far away from you and to the back of the desk, but that wasn't me because my monitor is sitting only an arm's length away. I also read on Reddit from people with 27" models that it was simply too big for them and they actually got worse at high speed video games because their eyes couldn't keep up with everything that was going on in the corners and sides of the screen. So, following that advice, I got the 24" because the quality would seemingly be at 'perfect' balance and not stretched out onto a 27" screen and because I didn't want the problem of not being able to see everything happening if I'm playing a fast-paced video game. I'm very glad that I listened to them! I'm actually having trouble sometimes keeping up with this screen too because it's also very big when an arm's length away. If I had a 27", it would be great for watching some movies far away but.. not at all for games unless you have additional eyes beside your ears. An added bonus with this is that you'll be saving 50$ too (by not getting the bigger model)!Overall, I think you should get this VG248QE if your budget falls around here and you're looking for an entry-level 144hz, 1ms, 1080p monitor. Yes, there are lots of one star reviews because of misplaced pixels, but I can tell you after hours of searching for monitors before I got this one that there is only ONE monitor I found with only 4-5 star reviews - and it cost 2300$ and only like two or three people actually reviewed it.. Every monitor you come by will have problems from consumers such as dead pixels, power failures, the monitor simply dying, buttons falling off, etc. The VG248QE will have a lot more of these simply because of the sheer amount of people that have bought this over the years. When you're producing a lot of these monitors, obviously some are bound to fail. but this model, as you can tell, is always holding strong near 80% five star reviews - which is a lot higher than other monitors that I have seen on Amazon. Just pray that you're not in the 20% and buy it. Don't press your back button and go to the BenQ. Just get it!!Oh, and a lot of people seem to not be getting DVI-D cables with their orders so I read those reviews and got the gold plated, ferrite, DVI-D cable that is under the "products frequently bought with this" because I thought I wouldn't be getting one. Well, I did get one with the monitor. So, take that with a grain of salt; you may or may not get one.

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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00