AOC C24G1A 24" Curved Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD 1920x1080, 1500R, VA, 1ms MPRT, 165Hz (144Hz supported), FreeSync Premium, Height adjustable
- 24" class, 23.6" viewable AOC Gaming monitor with 1920 x 1080 Full HD Resolution
- 1500R curved monitor wrapping around your vision for an immersive gaming experience. Purchase multiple C24G1As for an even more immersive battle station.
- Rapid 1ms (MPRT) response and now with 165Hz (via DP 1.2 port) refresh rate with AMD FreeSync Premium for smoothest competitive gameplay (48-165Hz LFC supported via DP)
- 3-sided frameless design with ultra-narrow borders for the ultimate multi-monitor setup
- Height adjustable stand with swivel, tilt, and quick release for optimum ergonomics | VESA mounting compatible wall/desk mounting options
- RE-SPAWNED : 3-year zero-bright-dot, 3-year advance replacement, 1-year (one-time) accidental damage
- 119.76% sRGB and 88.29% DCI-P3 color gamut coverage for accurate color reproduction and lifelike images
- DisplayPort, 2x HDMI, VGA inputs with audio line-out for convenience
- AOC Low Input Lag Mode to reduce input lag for faster reaction time when it matters the most
- AOC LowBlue Mode and FlickerFree for wellbeing during extended gaming sessions
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2 posts • 37 mentions • top 37 shown below
54 points • BluestoneAlt
[MONITOR] AOC C24G1A 24" Curved Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD 1920x1080, 1500R, VA, 1ms MPRT, 165Hz (144Hz supported), FreeSync Premium, Height adjustable ($144.99, Free shipping)
2 points • T0RSIC
2 points • austin101123
This monitor instead is the same but better same price https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08D3Y5PFZ
2 points • NalydFOA
Its the AOC 24G1. Solid Budget Option.
2 points • OliwierPlaying
AOC C24G1A 24" Curved Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD 1920x1080, 1500R, VA, 1ms MPRT, 165Hz (144Hz supported), FreeSync Premium, Height adjustable https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08D3Y5PFZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_fabc_tpCSFbDB27E8C
2 points • garciaromoc754
[Monitor] AOC C24G1A 24" Curved Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD 1920x1080, 1500R, VA, 1ms MPRT, 165Hz (144Hz supported), FreeSync Premium, $144.99
1 points • GreenNapster
Deal link: Amazon
^^Note: ^^The ^^deal ^^may ^^have ^^expired ^^by ^^the ^^time ^^you ^^see ^^this ^^post.
1 points • crunchypens
Is this version at Amazon worth the extra 25 bucks?
AOC C24G1A 24" Curved Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD 1920x1080, 1500R, VA, 1ms MPRT, 165Hz (144Hz supported), FreeSync Premium, Height adjustable https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08D3Y5PFZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_fabc_TKNXFbSDF5QR0
1 points • ScaryTerryIII
but forget it was VA and curved. so not the same thing
1 points • AustinK0700
Even better would be the aoc c24g1a, it’s 1080p/165hz for $144.99
Link: AOC C24G1A 24" Curved Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD 1920x1080, 1500R, VA, 1ms MPRT, 165Hz (144Hz supported), FreeSync Premium, Height adjustable https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08D3Y5PFZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_fabc_WTPQFbZ4N848B?psc=1
1 points • Themexican-Goose
AOC C24G1A 24" Curved Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD 1920x1080, 1500R, VA, 1ms MPRT, 165Hz (144Hz supported), FreeSync Premium, Height adjustable https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08D3Y5PFZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_2CmNFbH7FZA6C
1 points • Thanos_is_right
1 points • SizzleMcStewfry
Totally up to you if you think it's worth your money. If you get a consistent 180fps in normal scenarios perhaps look for a good 165hz monitor. You'd get less screen tearing if your stable fps is slightly higher than your monitors refresh rate.
Something like this would be a nice option.
It's 165hz and a VA panel instead of the traditional TN panels. So much better deeper blacks so watching movies and things like that will look amazing
1 points • yeetmaster8008
AOC 165hz for $144 https://www.amazon.com/AOC-C24G1A-Frameless-1920x1080-adjustable/dp/B08D3Y5PFZ
1 points • mochixlatte
I bought this monitor but it says it only has AMD Freesync Premium. Will that work with my gtx 1650 super?
1 points • XbPc_TTV
1 points • IrToken
I just bought a PC off a buddy of mine the other day. It has a 1080Ti and an i7-5820K...
Either way right now I'm just playing Destiny and probably some Apex.
- 1ms response
- FPS games mostly (D2, Apex, Cyberpunk... when it finally comes out)
- Other light gaming as well and regular day to day stuff.
Saw this one and it seemed like it might fit the bill. I don't really know too much about the market or what works well with what these days, or what's actually good for that matter.
Any help will be greatly appreciated!
1 points • fruitsandveggie
1 points • Dynamite12135
1 points • YouTube-Lawee
AOC is the brand I’m using it rn and it’s really nice
1 points • Sir_Lipton
165hz variant is 145 on Amazon, granted if anyone can wait for a month.
1 points • guilmergl
I would probably return it. If you feel out of the box it feels off, yup. Similar in pricing is a AOC gaming monitor not too shabby, unless your looking for the same monitor either way hope this helps
1 points • goodusername__
2 points • Computernerd12345678
1 points • SoggyMcmufffinns
How long do you want the PC to last realistically? Siege and fortnite aren't super intensive games, but for $600-$700 you can build a much more powerful PC in general. Especially, if you already have a decent GPU. He'd be fine with 1080p as well as this is a budget PC anyhow. DDR3 is pretty outdated, but technically would be able to play FN likely. For $700 and an already having a decent GPU I'd opt to get more value from a new CPU motherboard combo.
Why, because I like to think about longevity and getting the most longterm and not just saving a few bucks for the now. I also wouldn't spend $115 on the power supply for a budget build. You can a great PSU for almost half that. Semi-modular bronze is fine instead and will save you more money for where performance actually counts. You can keep the storage, but I'd upgrade CPU, mobo, and RAM to DDR4 at least 3200 Ghz Cl 16 or so. Better performance and will help make your money last.
You can get a great 144hz 1ms 24-27 inch for $150-$200 max with the AOCG1 series. Mouse and keyboard are personal preference. I wouldn't go overboard there without first focusing on internals.
Here are a couple of build videos for that range (actually less considring you have a graphics card):
Edit: Kid will get older and want to play more than just fortnite likely. Having a crappy cpu and slow ram and little ram will pose problems down the road. May as well properly upgrade imo.
1 points • ThunderStar3818
This is a really good priced 165-hertz monitor.
As for your GPU, I'd say upgrade to something like a 1660 super, or RTX 2060. Just do whatever fits your budget.
You also might want to upgrade to some higher frequency ram, since Ryzen likes faster ram.
You might want to replace your power supply since its getting old.
You could also upgrade your CPU as the zen3 Ryzen chips are coming out in 2 days. You could get some good deals on 3rd generation Ryzen chips
1 points • CB_lemon
What’s the difference between the AOC C24G1A and the popular AOC C24G1?
Ive noticed that the AOC C24G1 has been a popular choice in the $150 range as it brings nice specs to the table like VA panel, 144hz, Curved, Freesync, VESA mountable, etc. Recently it has gone up to the $180 range, and hasn’t come down. I’m building a PC for my friend, and this is a pretty large budget change (you could get an aftermarket cooler with this money, for example). I looked around and found that it had a “renewed” version I guess (the AOC C24G1A), which was mostly the same specs but had a better curve, and was 165hz instead. It’s sitting at $145 right now. Is there any hidden issues with this one that would prompt me not to buy it?
1 points • Xenocide081
1 points • hoarduck
THis one looks good: https://www.amazon.com/AOC-CQ27G2-Frameless-Adjustable-Guarantee/dp/B08D3Y5PFZ/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&fst=as%3Aoff&qid=1603206924&refinements=p_n_feature_thirteen_browse-bin%3A17751780011&rnid=17751770011&s=pc&sr=1-2&th=1
I need a 24 inch (can't be larger or widescreen due to space restriction), want strong blacks, don't do fast gaming (mostly single player story, scenic, old MMOs). I also do video, art, and coding. Would the curve be a problem for artwork?
1 points • Fluffffeh
Sceptre 24-Inch Curved 144Hz https://www.amazon.com/Sceptre-Edge-Less-FreeSync-DisplayPort-C248B-144RN/dp/B07MTMCNLX/ref=mp_s_a_1_5?dchild=1&keywords=144hz+monitor&sr=8-5
AOC C24G1A 24" Curved Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD 1920x1080, 1500R, VA, 1ms MPRT, 165Hz https://www.amazon.com/AOC-C24G1A-Frameless-1920x1080-adjustable/dp/B08D3Y5PFZ/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=144hz+monitor&sr=8-3
I am currently trying to find my first 144hz monitor and both of these are around my budget. I don’t know too much about monitors, so I just wanted to post this and see if anyone could help me decide between these two. It would help me out a lot! Thanks.
1 points • Gapo56
My old 144hz monitor just broke a week ago and I just bought this one and its awesome https://www.amazon.com/AOC-C24G1A-Frameless-1920x1080-adjustable/dp/B08D3Y5PFZ/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=165hz+aoc&qid=1604758861&sr=8-2
1 points • Tuba202
This is the build I would recommend: Link
The 1660 should get you 1080p 1440fps on most games. If you were okay buying used, you could get a used 1660 super on eBay for the same price, and bump up the performance a little
In terms of monitor, you could get this one. It is curved, large, 1080p and 1440hz.
1 points • Blade711
I've been shopping for a new monitor and lurking the sub here. I don't think this one is as good as these that I've found:
- $145 AOC C24G1A | 1080p | 24" Curved | VA | 1ms | 165 Hz | Freesync Premium
- Can adjust monitor by pivoting (left, right), tilting (up, down), and by adjusting height
- VESA compatible
- $140 AOC G2490VX | 1080p | 24" | VA | 1ms | 144 Hz | Freesync Premium
- Can't adjust
- VESA compatible
GRANTED, these are VA panel types, so say what you want about them but they are cheaper.
1 points • TheGuyThyCldFly
Exactly. Honestly if you're looking for a high refresh rate monitor for cheap:
1 points • ss2zerox
i was looking at this one for her honestly.
1 points • Hing3d
1 points • mitcheath
hands down your best budget (save you some cash) 1080p monitor on the market, but this is the flat version: (24", 1080p, IPS, 144hz, freesync)
All depends on his system though. If he is going for 1440p, then these are out.
There is also a curved monitor of the same brand and style, but it is a VA panel instead of a IPS: (24", 1080p, curved VA, 144hz, freesync)