Can somebody please recommend a monitor

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I have made World Series every year in the past and this is the first year I am struggling to make it. I haven't been playing ranked seasons as much as in the past because of all the offline stuff plus playing warzone. I'm not a super tech guy but I have heard that these BenQ monitors are pretty good. Can someone give me a model that they would recommend that is not extremely expensive. I know there is a response time and an input time and I'm looking for under 1 ms I think? The last few years I have played on my 65 in fancy Samsung 4K on game mode and I have had no problems but this year there are some games I hit like a monster and other games it seems like the ball is coming in faster than I can react. It just doesn't seem very consistent and I'm not sure if that's my TV, my eyes or the game. Thanks for anyone that wastes their time with me on this topic.

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You really can't go wrong with anything from the BenQ Zowie range. Low response time, super low lag input, and most are future proof when if comes to frame rates with most running 120hz or above.

I would just Google that and find the one you want.

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I bought ASUS VP249QGR 23.8" 144HZ 1MS
Big difference from playing on a tv
Prices are all over the place with COVID, try to get it around $160.

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Buy a 55” Samsung instead.

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I used an Asus VG245H until I got my Samsung QLED TV last year. It works great and was pretty cheap. I have a 1440p 144hz Viewsonic VX2758-2KP-MHD monitor I am hoping to take advantage of next year though. Right now it is for PC.

But that Asus monitor I mentioned above is a good price and works well.

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ASUS VG275Q 27 inch Full HD 1080p 1ms Dual HDMI Eye Care Console Gaming Monitor with FreeSync/Adaptive Sync, Black

That's what I have and it is great

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Switch from an ASUS monitor to the Benq Zowie RL2755 monitor. And i love it.

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Depends on what you want to spend. I just got a Dell 24 inch curved gaming monitor for $100 and it works light years better than my tv. I’m sure the more expensive monitors are even better, but I didn’t want to make a bigger investment in case I didn’t like it.

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BenQ RL2755 if you're looking for response time and not 4k/billion colors. It's pretty inexpensive.

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@Scarletgospel said in Can somebody please recommend a monitor:

You really can't go wrong with anything from the BenQ Zowie range. Low response time, super low lag input, and most are future proof when if comes to frame rates with most running 120hz or above.

I would just Google that and find the one you want.

I second this - I love my BenQ monitor. It's 3 years old and still is perfect for me.

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@arvcpa said in Can somebody please recommend a monitor:

@Scarletgospel said in Can somebody please recommend a monitor:

You really can't go wrong with anything from the BenQ Zowie range. Low response time, super low lag input, and most are future proof when if comes to frame rates with most running 120hz or above.

I would just Google that and find the one you want.

I second this - I love my BenQ monitor. It's 3 years old and still is perfect for me.

I would also recommend the BenQ RL2755. However, if you are planning on getting a PS5, you may want to look for something else. The RL2755 has a refresh rate of 60 hz (Ps4 only allows up to 60hz), the Ps5 will more than likely support a higher refresh rate. If you're getting a new console future proof your monitor as much as possible.

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Thanks to all. If i get one it would be something more than the 60hz. I jeard these dipstick streamers typically use benq models. I would pay a little more thats fine. I just feel weird buying a smaller monitor to put next my huge beautiful tv just for this game that plays like buns half the time. I would still play call of duty and fortnite with the kids in the big boy.

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