AOC Gaming G2590FX - 24.5 Inch FHD Monitor,144Hz, 1 ms MPRT, TN, G-SYNC Compatible, AMD FreeSync, Low Input Lag (1920x1080@ 144Hz, 400 cd/m², HDMI/DP/VGA)
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The AOCAOC G2590FX 144Hz gaming monitor is based on a newer 24.5″ TN panelmade by AU Optronics, as opposed to the older 23.6″-24″ TN models.
Alternatively, depending on your region, you might want to take a look at the Acer KG251QF and the HP Omen 25– both of which are based on the same panel as the G2590FX/PX.
The monitor is very compact and portable due to its smaller 24.5 inches display and plastic build. The stand is small and fits any desk size, the downside of this stand is that you can’t fully adjust the display to your comfortable viewing position. Build and Design
To learn more about monitors and ensure you’re getting the model most suited for your personal preference, visit our comprehensive and always up-to-date best gaming monitor buyer’s guide. Conclusion Something weird I have noticed while I used this monitor (about 2 years) is the fact that when Adaptive-Sync is off in OSD settings, the panel acts weird sometimes. Even though the refresh rate is still at 144Hz the image felt choppy. In static image quality terms, you’d have to class the AOC G2590PX G2 as moderate going on mediocre. Out of the box at default settings, the colors are very washed out.The conclusion for the AOC G2590FX gaming monitor is quite simple – this is a very good competitive gaming monitor that has extra features like Adaptive-Sync available to you. The refresh rate is high, the input lag is low, and the response time is blazing fast. If you have an Adaptive-Sync compatible graphics card by AMD or NVIDIA (GTX 10-series, RTX 20-series, or newer), you can enable variable refresh rate which will allow theAOC G2590FX to change its refresh rate dynamically.
The response time speed of 1ms is another aspect hardcore gamers will appreciate. In fast-paced games such as first-person shooters and racing games, there’s minimal motion blur and ghosting behind fast-moving objects. Moving on to the performance, the AOC G2590FX input lag is impressively low and amounts to only ~4ms. So, even professional gamers won’t be able to notice any delays.
However, we recommend getting the LG 24GN650 instead for the same price. It’s just as fast, but has an IPS panel with much better colors and wider viewing angles.