AOC G2460VQ6 offers new 24in FreeSync ready monitor

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    The G2460VQ6 is an AMD FreeSync ready screen to eliminate tearing, stuttering and input lag, this new 24-inch LED-backlight monitor supports a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and provides 1000...

    AOC G2460VQ6 offers new 24in FreeSync ready monitor
     
  2. Fox2232

    Fox2232 Ancient Guru

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    This G2460VQ6 has only 75Hz. So, this is where failed "G2460PF" (160Hz) units go?
    Well price difference is very big, so I can forgive that.
    Someone should try to OC it.
     
  3. ivymike10mt

    ivymike10mt Master Guru

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    Dosen't matter what they put in there, or what color reproduction and smooth will be.. 250 cd/m2 its too small for gamming or media monitor.
    PS: even for 100$
     
  4. Dazz

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    Still it's a market Gsync can't touch, since the chip costs more than the monitor LOL.
     

  5. yasamoka

    yasamoka Ancient Guru

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    250cd/m2 is blinding. I run my monitors at 90-140cd/m2 at most, in a well-lit room. Why would you need 300cd/m2+? Are you straight under the sun? :p
     
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    Anvi Member Guru

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    Indeed. With 250cd/m2 one would need sunglasses..

    ivymike10mt probably doesn't own a colorimeter, so he doesn't realize how bright it would be.
     
  7. Fox2232

    Fox2232 Ancient Guru

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    No, he is nVidia user bent by digital vibrance.
    People get used to it and it feels like right way to show color. (By oversaturating it.) Amount of color information lost is price way too high for "vivid" feel. (which is fake anyway)

    I learned long time ago to enjoy full color and lightness spectrum. Even on monitor which can't show Red as Reddish as other monitors, you can still see difference between each single step of increased lightness on any color (if calibrated properly).
     
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    You are probably right. Picture quality is from way higher up price range and these do 75Hz flawlessly BUT locked so they won't accept anything over 75Hz. Even 76Hz and monitor says "input no support" I bought 2 of these to replace my old monitors and both act same.
     

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