the cheapest 144hz aoc is a great option
People still on 75 in 2021?
same I've been playing 60 hz for some time (Still global and lvl 8 tho B)
aoc 24g2(u) , benq ex2510
I've seen some AOC monitors with 144 and 1 ms seems good. I'll try to look for some good sales aswell
I recommend the OG classic Benq XL2411P mens)))
will be as smooth as butter
Not much of a difference between 75 and 144 hz, either buy new CPU or 240 hz monitor
BenQ with Dyac+ is the only option for serious players, look at prosettings all the pro's use BenQ
If you have 300 fps + then you can go for a cheap 240hz Display, if you can find one on sale then you can buy it for about 200-300 euro.
Just buy BenQ XL2411P and have good experience
yes and you are from Norway so you can afford it
I've heard that the ex2510 is a good 144hz monitor and its IPS
using low hz most stupidest thing one can do its really good for eye more hz
I use a 144hz for 1 year tried my friends 75hz monitor didnt really feel a diffrence, i would recommend 240hz one, You can get one for like 250euros
The one and only, it's legendary at this point, can't go wrong and they are cheap asf. Been on one since 2015 and the difference is fucking staggering.
Everyone is recommending you get a cheap 144Hz. But a monitor is a long time investment so save some money and get a good one that has all the features you want + good support in case of damage.
if you plan on playing more than 25hrs/2weeks you should probably invest in 180hz or 240hz, they are not that much more expensive than the good 144hz options
Is there any visible diff between 75hz and 144hz for example?
Aoc 27g2u is pretty decent
I have MSI Optix G24 144hz and its perfect its like 200$
Buy a 240 Hz one.
Honestly, monitor is a long-term thing and you stare at it every day. Don't cheap out.
Though, you might need a better CPU. Heard you need 2x fps for a proper experience, but I guess you might temporarily switch settings to 144 Hz.
I got the AOC 24G2U and I can't recommend it more
it's budget friendly, super low input lag with barely any ghosting and you can calibrate it to your liking
the only downside is that its brightness is not as high as some higher end monitors but overall a solid mid+ tier monitor
men my viewsonic crt with 160hz was the shit, back in the days.
The AOC 24G2 series. The newer panels are apparently are now better than before in terms of performance. The 24G2 is the standard version with a stand with height and tilt adjustment. Same goes for the 24G2U, but it has an addition of USB ports and speaker on the back. The 24G2E is still the same panel, but a shittier stand and no USB and speakers. Don't get the 24G2E5, its only 75hz.
MSI Optix G241 (1ms, IPS and cheap)
better go 165 ghz same price anyway
Yes, there is improvement, so definitely go for it!
yes 144hz is a very big improvement.
benq, and asus
asus had the bestz i guess for cs but i forget the number
u have to google it
best inputlag time
Why do people care about this so much? More hz doesn't make you a better person
it is a massive improvement. 100% suggest it.
144hz is good for csgo take one with 1ms responsiveness
240 hz is better, difference is really noticeable for experienced player, game is more fluid, but it's still something not mandatory for nice csgo experience
buy 165hz instead 144hz, there is no significant difference in price (at least in my country)
Depends on your budget and how you use ur computer.
If you use PC only for CS or you're professional - look for 24' TN monitors, rather 240hz
If you work/study/surf/watch anime/memes (not only CS) - then look for IPS 144hz screen with good response rate/colors - 8bit/small ghosting and zero overexposing (TN 1ms =/= IPS 1ms, TN 1ms is kinda 2-4ms IPS)
TN screens are faster in response, but ugly in colors and brightness.
I spend 10-12 hour in front of the screen and play CS only 3-4 hours a day - so i've got IPS 1ms 24' with the best colors on the market (till 300$) - HP x24ih has amazing colors, zero overexposing, pretty fine response rate (1ms IPS = 2-3ms TN), small ghosting and it looks great on the table - almost no frames (only down side).
ASUS vg249q is also good, has little worse colors but is more adjustable on the table.
im still on 60hz... my phone has 90 lol
i have a samsung 240hz monitor, it cost around 250-300. it has 5ms latency but otherwise a really good monitor, and 5ms latency is better than my old tv which had 10ms so idc
benq is even better about others
AOC 24g2u IPS here. Amazing value, amazing colors and angles with true 144hz. I highly recommend it specially if you play other games than CSgo as well because of amazing color reproduction vs atrocious TN panels
best.... i have been using 144hz for the past 2 years and its great for everything , gaming, editing , 3d softwares everything !
144hz wi feel amazing just get it without thinking
You should invest in 240hz. 144 is really bad for cs:go.
90% pros use 240