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#1 Acer XFA240

The ACER XFA240 monitor has a 1920×1080 resolution and a 16:9 aspect ratio. It features a dynamic contrast ratio of 10 million to 1, and a 1ms response time. The refresh rate is very high at 144Hz with the DisplayPort and 75 Hz with the HDMI port. Two stereo speakers and an audio jack (3.5mm minijack) are included. You have options for connection with HDMI, DisplayPort, or DVI ports.

Blue Light Filter, Acer EyeProtect technology and a flicker-free display make long gaming or work sessions as comfortable as possible. The matte, non-glare screen also keeps you comfortable. This monitor is also FreeSync and G-Sync compatible, so it can be used with many NVIDIA and AMD video cards.

The monitor is extremely adjustable and ergonomic. It can tilt from -5 to 35 degrees and rotate between -60 and 60 degrees. The monitor can rotate 90 degrees to provide a portrait view. The monitor can be adjusted up to 150mm in height and is also VESA-compatible. The box includes a Display port cable.

#2 Philips 246E9QDSB

The monitor is based on an IPS panel which means that you get wide 178° viewing angles, consistent and accurate colors, and a quick pixel response time speed.

IPS offers the best viewing angles, and the highest color quality, among the other panel technologies such as VA and TN.

Their contrast ratio, however, is not as high as that of VA panels, but VA monitors have other issues such as slow pixel response time; we’ll get into them a bit later on.

Further, while the response time of IPS monitors is not as fast as that of TN monitors, it’s still quick enough for fast-paced gaming.

It supports wide color gamut which extends its colors beyond the standard sRGB color space to 129% sRGB. You get more vibrant and true-to life colors.

If you’d rather have more accurate color reproduction, you can just toggle the provided sRGB mode which will restrict the color reproduction to ~100% sRGB.

Other specifications for the panel are the same as for other equally priced IPS panels. They include a 250-nit peak luminosity, a contrast ratio between 1,000:1 and 8-bit color depth support to 16.7 million colors.

#3 ASUS VG245H

The ASUS VG245H monitor features 1920 x1080 resolution and a 75Hz refresh via HDMI. It also has a 16:9 aspect ratio and a 10,000,000 to 1 dynamic contrast ratio. It comes with two Stereo RMS stereo speakers and an anti-glare matte screen.

The monitor also features dual HDMI ports, an audio port (3.5mm min-jack) and a headphone/3.5mm minijack jack. This monitor is extremely adjustable and ergonomic. It can tilt from +33 to 5 degrees and has both a swivel range and pivot range of between -90 to 90. The height of the base can be adjusted from 0 to 130mm. It can also rotate 90 degrees for portrait orientation. It is also VESA-compatible and comes with an HDMI cable.

This monitor was designed for gaming. It has a 1ms response and ASUS GameFast tech. Its FreeSync/Adaptive Sync technology was specifically designed to work with AMD Radeon cards. It is also free from flickering and features blue light filtering to prevent eye strain no matter what you’re doing on the computer.

#4 ViewSonic X2457-MHD

This 24-inch gaming monitor features a 1080p free sync feature that eliminates flicker and a blue light filter to provide long-lasting comfort. The AMD Free Sync technology prevents image tearing and provides a smooth frame. This full HD (1920x1080p), resolution monitor has a TN panel. It also features a modern, durable design. It looks sharp and performs well. The monitor is compatible with laptops, Macs, and PCs with HDMI, display port, VGA inputs, as well as Macs. The monitor has a fast response time of just 2ms which prevents blurring and ghosting. It also features a Game Mode hotkey, which maximizes gaming for FPS and RTS.

Customers raved over this monitor’s gaming and entertainment functions. The high quality benefits were a huge hit with customers.

#5 Dell S2417DG

The Dell S2417DG is our favorite 24 inch gaming monitor. It has a 144Hz refresh speed that can be increased to 165Hz by using the factory overclock setting. It also uses G-SYNC VRR technology, which reduces tearing in games. While the input lag is very low in native resolution it does increase slightly when VRR enabled. The TN panel has a great response time, so there is minimal motion blur. Also, it includes a black-frame insertion feature to help reduce blur.

Overall, it performs well for gaming, making it the best 24 inch gaming monitor we’ve tested so far

#6 BenQ ZOWIE XL2540

If you have a PC with an AMD graphics card or an Xbox One, the BenQ Zowie XL2540 is a better choice than the Dell S2417DG due to the native FreeSync support. NVIDIA’s G-SYNC is also compatible with a driver update, should you choose to change the graphics card in the future. This is a great TN monitor with extremely fast response time and low input lag. This monitor is natively 1080p but has a blistering fast 240Hz refresh rate.

#7 AOC – C24G1

This display features a VA panel that offers a superior contrast ratio at 3,000:1.

This results in deeper blacks and more vivid shadows, which is especially noticeable when you watch movies or play games in dark rooms.

The colors aren’t quite as consistent as they are on IPS panels, but they are very good nonetheless.

The AOC C24G1 supports AMD FreeSync with 48-144Hz VRR range. It also works well with compatible NVIDIA graphics cards. MBR technology can be used with manually adjustable frequency.

This feature can significantly reduce smearing when playing fast-paced video games. Naturally, you can’t use it at the same time as FreeSync.

You can elevate the screen up to 130mm, swivel it by +/- 35°, tilt by -5°/20° or VESA mount it.

Two HDMI 1.4 ports, DisplayPort1.2, VGA and a headphones jack are some of the connectivity options. Both HDMI and DP support FreeSync and 144Hz at 1920×1080.

The screen has a 1500R curvature which isn’t very noticeable considering it’s a 24-inch monitor, but it adds a bit of extra depth to the picture.