AOC 24G2U 144hz 24″ Monitor has a refresh rate of 1 ms MPRT and FreeSync Premium support eliminate stuttering and tearing.
This monitor has a 23.8″ IPS panel with Full HD resolution delivers color-accurate images. Whatever your setup, achieve the highest framerate and smoothest display possible via AMD Free-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.
Expand your view with multiple monitor set-up. The narrow border and frameless design offer the minimal bezel distraction for the ultimate battle station. 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. A pixel response time of 1ms means speed without the smear for an enhanced experience. Fast-moving action and dramatic transitions will be rendered smoothly without the effects of ghosting. Many gamers are comfortable with a screen size of around 24” and are seeking an affordable solution with a good mixture of image quality and responsiveness.
So far the high refresh rate options have centred around either TN models, built for speed, or VA models offering strong contrast and some improvements in colour handling at the expense of responsiveness. The AOC C24G1 is a good example of a VA model that offered a nice mixture of image quality and responsiveness. The AOC 24G2U 144hz 24″ Monitor(referred to as 24G2U/BK due to black plastic, or simply 24G2 in some regions) offers an alternative with IPS-type panel. It isn’t designed to replace the C24G1, comparing IPS and VA panel types is a bit of an apples to oranges comparison. But some notable changes aside from just panel type include a more generous colour gamut and the use of a flat rather than curved screen. We test all of these features out and assess the performance of the monitor more generally, using out usual suite of ‘real-world’ tests.