1920 x 1080
Response Time (G2G)
170° H x 160° V
- 40 points
- 30 months ago
from completed build Ryzen upgrade to Purple Menace
Great 1ms 60hz gaming monitor, perfect match with the GTX 1050Ti (this monitor was a re-purpose).
- 28 points
- 29 months ago
from completed build The Blue Pepenator | Aka the Blue Pepe the Frog machine
This is a good monitor for my needs for now. I am planning on upgrading to a better 144 Hz monitor in the future though. But for the price you pay for this monitor you can't go wrong.
- 24 points
- 44 months ago
from completed build The Dark Side Rises - AMD Gaming Build
Just got this a while ago, looking forward to play with FPS Games with this monitor.
- 22 points
- 44 months ago
from completed build Gunpowder & Lead
I was going to go with an Asus monitor, though I had my eye on this one for a while. I ended up saving money on the keyboard I got so I spent the extra to get this. Holy crap! I'm glad I did. It scared me at first because when I received it I plugged it into my laptops to test the display and got... nothing. Tried multiple HDMI cables and nada. So I plugged it into my PS4 and boom. I will say it came out of the box on the RTS1 setting and that was awful. Putting it back to the Standard setting made everything pretty again.
- 22 points
- 18 months ago
from completed build The Purple Dream
For the price it's good i was use it for my ps4 over a year now it's work with my PC
- 21 points
- 37 months ago
from completed build Office/Gaming PC Build
Looks good, really cheap, fast response time, what can I say..
- 20 points
- 57 months ago
from completed build Ditch the damned iMac build
so far I love these monitors.. the price point was good enough that I could afford two of them, and granted, they're only 1080 resolution, but side by side it's an awesome amount of screen real estate, and I really couldn't care less about 4k at this point so for now I couldn't be more happy with them.
the menu system is pretty good once you figure it out too, not usually a fan, and it's certainly not perfect, but I customized it a bit and now I can do what I need to do pretty quickly.
I'm using hdmi to monitor 1 and dvi to monitor 2 so I can run SLI, and then hdmi on the 2nd one goes to my cable box, which is good enough for my needs, but for anything with a lot of motion like the hockey games I'll watch on it, it's just average. you could probably argue that the compression cable companies use for hd is likely a factor as well though as you wouldn't typically sit 2 ft from your tv screen :)
- 14 points
- 56 months ago
from completed build Mid Level Budget Gaming Build
Best monitor for the price in my opinion. Looks great, crisp edges and vibrant colors, text is clear and readable, no ghosting as far as I can tell. Sleek looking black design with a little red on the stand. Only negatives are the interface which is clunky and hard to use and the lack of height adjustment. Very satisfied, would recommend BenQ monitors to anyone and everyone.
- 10 points
- 47 months ago
from completed build My First PC Build (Mid Range)
Great monitor for console, and a good monitor for PC, it would be nice if there was 1440p.
- 9 points
- 38 months ago
from completed build Alpha June Rig
Quite a popular monitor, unfortunately it's a 1080p monitor with 60 Hz. I have a plan to upgrade it with something like XL2730Z, but later on that. This one (RL2455HM) is actually able to go as high as 1440p at 75 Hz just fine. Just override the native resolution using the NVDIA control panel, and there you have it 2K resolution on a 1080p monitor. And it's not DSR mind you, it's a full 2K resolution, and all of my game run well on it. There is a downside though, a slight of input delay, but not really a turn off, at least for me. I'm not really into competitive FPS games, so I don't really mind. Hopefully once I get that XL2730Z all the problem gone, but not that I urgently need it now.