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Is there any 1440p, 144hz, g-sync, 24inch, IPS panel monitors or Will be soon

Is there any 1440p, 144hz, g-sync, 24inch, IPS panel monitors or Will be soon ?
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  1. Couldn't find anything matching all those specs- and probably never will. A 24" size is not exactly the Holy Grail for gamers and at that size 1440p and a curved screen don't make much sense unless your nose practically touches the screen. In fact, the only monitors that come close to what you want (IPS, 1440p, Gsync, curved, 144 Hz) are 34" Ultrawide 3440x1440p - and they max out at 100-120 fps for around $1200. There are only two of those on the market- the Acer X34 Predator and the Asus Rog pg248.
  2. What about 27 inch this Acer Predator XB271HU
  3. To mirror what dziugis_lt just said, at 1440p you are looking for 27". I got the Acer XB270HU. 1440p 144hz IPS with gsync, awesome monitor.
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    1440p 144Hz @24'' isn't happening with IPS
    demand for 24'' screens is relatively low unfortunately.
    that being said the Acer XB241YU is a TN but with a fantastic picture (true 8bit colour panel)

    otherwise look at 27''
  5. dziugis_lt said:
    What about 27 inch this Acer Predator XB271HU


    That's a very nice monitor but it isn't curved. Too bad they charge so much for g-sync: My Qnix QX2710 doesn't have it, but it overclocks to 120Hz and uses a nice Samsung IPS (they call it PLS) panel. It's $220. The Acer is $700. I wouldn't pay an extra $480 for g-sync and a little higher refresh rate, personally. But that's just me.
  6. Why does it have to be curved? Nobody said it had to be as far as im aware.
  7. Isokolon said:
    1440p 144Hz @24'' isn't happening with IPS
    demand for 24'' screens is relatively low unfortunately.
    that being said the Acer XB241YU is a TN but with a fantastic picture (true 8bit colour panel)

    otherwise look at 27''

    Well, the review I read stated "...I’d like to point out that the image on this monitor looks great for a TN panel display. Not nearly as great as an 8bit IPS panel, mind you, but it is actually pretty decent compared to one."

    Sorry, but $500 for a 24" TN monitor with a few extra bells and whistles is outrageous.
  8. That monitor you have is pretty bad apparently http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/qnix_qx2710.htm It isn't just gsync, input lag is a major player on IPS screens and yours has a lot, not to mention that overclocking it does nothing (it drops frames). Sure its cheap but IMO the OP would be much better off getting a quality TN panel instead of the qnix.
  9. SinxarKnights said:
    That monitor you have is pretty bad apparently http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/qnix_qx2710.htm It isn't just gsync, input lag is a major player on IPS screens and yours has a lot, not to mention that overclocking it does nothing (it drops frames). Sure its cheap but IMO the OP would be much better off getting a quality TN panel instead of the qnix.


    Wrong model. I'm referring to the QX2710 LED Evolution II with a single input, not the DPmulti TRUE10 model.

    https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA4JH1GM6846&cm_re=qnix_qx2710-_-0JC-0009-00007-_-Product

    My model has a direct connect DVI board (no multi input board w/scaler), thus the great oc-ability and lower input lag. I have verified through the UFO:Frame Skipping test many times that my monitor does not drop frames at 120Hz. These have become the most popular Korean oc monitor out there for a reason. I play mainly first person shooters and have never noticed any lag, but everyone knows the trade-off of IPS picture quality is a bit more lag than TN.

    I'll take a Samsung IPS over a "quality" TN panel any day, because I want my monitor to offer more than just high refresh rates: I actually want my games to LOOK good too. I've owned TN and they look like garbage.
  10. ddferrari said:
    SinxarKnights said:
    That monitor you have is pretty bad apparently http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/qnix_qx2710.htm It isn't just gsync, input lag is a major player on IPS screens and yours has a lot, not to mention that overclocking it does nothing (it drops frames). Sure its cheap but IMO the OP would be much better off getting a quality TN panel instead of the qnix.


    Wrong model. I'm referring to the QX2710 LED Evolution II with a single input, not the DPmulti TRUE10 model.

    https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA4JH1GM6846&cm_re=qnix_qx2710-_-0JC-0009-00007-_-Product

    My model has a direct connect DVI board (no multi input board w/scaler), thus the great oc-ability and lower input lag. I have verified through the UFO:Frame Skipping test many times that my monitor does not drop frames at 120Hz. These have become the most popular Korean oc monitor out there for a reason. I play mainly first person shooters and have never noticed any lag, but everyone knows the trade-off of IPS picture quality is a bit more lag than TN.

    I'll take a Samsung IPS over a "quality" TN panel panel any day, because I want my monitor to offer more than just the highest refresh rates: I actually want my games to LOOK good too.


    Thats good if it is the wrong one. Was actually worried you got scammed there.

    A good TN has great image quality, on par with low end IPS.
  11. dziugis_lt said:
    What about 27 inch this Acer Predator XB271HU


    What about the PG279Q
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