Get into the world of e-sports with AOC G2490VXS gaming monitor, offering ultra-narrow bezels on 3 sides, providing it a design that outperforms competitive ones. Its 144Hz refresh rate combined with 1ms response time and Adaptive-Sync technology provides consumers with all the benefits they need during competitive gaming.
Specs of AOC G2490VXS Gaming Monitor
Screen Size: 23.8 inches
Display Resolution Maximum: 1920 x 1080 pixels
Display Type: LED
Item Dimensions: 7.86 x 16.18 x 21.3 inches
Mounting Type: Wall Mount
Refresh Rate: 144 hertz
Size: 24 Inch Full HD
Inside the Package: 24″ AOC G2490VXS gaming monitor, power cord, HDMI wire, and QSG
Class 24″ class (23.8″ viewable) AOC gaming display with 1920 x 1080 FHD resolution VA screen
Limited edition black frameless style display with silver stand.
Quick 1ms response (MPRT) and 144Hz refresh rate with Adaptive-Sync for smoother competitive gaming.
AOC G2490VXS has a 3-sided frameless configuration with ultra-narrow edge for the perfect multi-monitor system.
RE-SPAWNED: 3-year zero-bright-point, 3-year advance replacement, 1-year unintended damage
85 percent NTSC color gamma coverage for correct color reproduction and hyperrealistic images.
AOC G2490VXS comes with DisplayPort, HDMI audio line-out inputs for ease
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My Honest review on AOC G2490VXS Gaming Monitor
I was looking to update two very old Dell LCD panels, and I’m very pleased with those minutes. Price is perfect, and 144hz finally lets me operate my RTX2060 over 60fps.
The original color looked bad, but before you tinker with the brightness/contrast, make sure your PC senses it correctly. My PC inital saw the screen as a 1080p HD screen rather than a 1920×1080 monitor. As soon as I picked the appropriate display form, the awful lighting disappeared and the screen looked amazing. Only very slight brightness/contrast changes were required for my setting, and a game mode display was not required.
The display range can only be found in the NVIDIA control panel, not the window display panel. I think a lot of users are beginning to screw with the AOC G2490VXS monitor settings without understanding that the monitor is wrongly detected.