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Help Please - LG 24MP59G-P Or Nixeus VUE24

SlackROG
Level 10
I have a fair run down on these two, so here are my thoughts on why these...

I plan on running an RX580 and want to game 1080p so I can play High/Ultra settings, I can't afford 1440p or higher gaming, and a 24" is big enough for me.

I love color, quality and detail, so for these reasons I'm leaning towards the LG which has an IPS panel, Freesync support, but is only 75Hz, and my understanding that the Freesync range is only 40hz-75hz. I'm also not sure if this 40hz-75hz range could be a downfall, meaning if you fell below 40...

For now I'm mainly gaming RPG, but I do love FPS, so not so sure on the 144hz, but I do like that the Nixeus has a Freesnyc range of 30-144hz.

I also like that the Nixeus has a 3 yr. warranty, LG only has 1 yr.

The difference between the two is only around $70USD, but every bit does matter to me, so I'm not sure if 75Hz with the IPS will be nice, or if this LG with IPS is really better then the TN on the Nixeus, since the LG 24MP59G-P is not expensive.

If anyone has seen or played on these, please share what you know...

Thanks


P.S. Anyone reads this, I'm not getting either of these now, I've decided not to go Freesync... No need to reply...
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davemon50
Level 11
Would you consider THIS MONITOR as well? Amazon is still actually selling them either individually or in a 2-pack bundle, but I think I found the price better elsewhere, perhaps Newegg. It would be about an extra $100, I thought the features were well worth it. I moved from 23 inch monitors to 25" and it is a noticeable difference.
Davemon50

SlackROG
Level 10
What a Dell U2515H?

Nah, I want to game 1080p so I can max out settings, and I'm going to have to switch now and go with a GTX 1060, because Freesync isn't supported in the Linux opensource driver, and I'm not going to mess with the amd proprietary driver in Linux, also the U2515H is only 60hz, I'd like a faster rate for FPS...

Thanks

SlackROG wrote:
What a Dell U2515H?

Nah, I want to game 1080p so I can max out settings, and I'm going to have to switch now and go with a GTX 1060, because Freesync isn't supported in the Linux opensource driver, and I'm not going to mess with the amd proprietary driver in Linux, also the U2515H is only 60hz, I'd like a faster rate for FPS...

Thanks


You get faster refresh at lower resolutions. 1080p is also an option, you don't have to max out a monitor's resolution because it is available. If you can't max out settings, the bottleneck is not the monitor it's the computer.
Davemon50

SlackROG
Level 10
I just found out AMD doesn't work as easily as Nvidia in Linux, so I'm sticking to Nvidia for now, and that scraps these two monitors.

I'm now going with the BenQ ZOWIE XL2430, so if anyone has anything really negative about it, this looks like my monitor. 🙂

SlackROG
Level 10
Right now I'm still thinking these two;

BenQ ZOWIE XL2430 - not sure I want a TN, or need 144hz, but it seems to have nice features..

If 60hz is enough, I'm thinking more about an IPS the LG 24MP88HV-S.

Thanks

P.S. Anyone reads this, I'm not getting either of these now, I've decided not to go Freesync... No need to reply...