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Postby pox02 » 26 May 2019, 08:17

New panel from lg? Any one test it ?
monitors xg258q aw2518hf 27GK750F-B pg248q xg240r lg w2363d-pf xb270hu
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Re: 24gl600f

Postby Notty_PT » 26 May 2019, 10:55

Yes is a new panel, 23,6 inches btw. Finally we have a new 144hz TN panel that isn´t either the old AUO one or the new 24,5 ones (too big).

I will try one of these models very soon, and Will ofc report back here on the forums. 23,6 is an amazing size.
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Re: 24gl600f

Postby pox02 » 26 May 2019, 11:26

Notty_PT wrote:Yes is a new panel, 23,6 inches btw. Finally we have a new 144hz TN panel that isn´t either the old AUO one or the new 24,5 ones (too big).

I will try one of these models very soon, and Will ofc report back here on the forums. 23,6 is an amazing size.



I'm looking forward to your review :roll:
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Re: 24gl600f

Postby Notty_PT » 26 May 2019, 14:53

It is dropping price week by week, right now 199€ here in Portugal, wich is more than acceptable for a new 144hz monitor!

Also the Asus VG248QG 165hz is releasing 31th May, so in 5 days!
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Re: 24gl600f

Postby open » 26 May 2019, 23:32

Wow the quoted ave response time on that VG248QG is 1ms. If that's true its an insanely good competitive monitor.
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Re: 24gl600f

Postby Notty_PT » 27 May 2019, 07:16

Well, surprise surprise, the Asus VG249QG released today here in my country. But Asus is losing their mind, 300€ for a 144hz/165hz 1080p monitor in 2019? No way I will buy this tbh. For 300€ you already get 240hz models. Idk what Asus idea is, but I would never spend such amount of money on a 144hz/165hz monitor.

Asus XG248Q 240hz monitor, for example, has been at 339€ a lot of times here, and usually peaks at 380€. AlienWare AW2518HF usually at 260€-300€ here.

LG 24GL600F is interesting tho, because it´s only 200€.
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Re: 24gl600f

Postby ogchampion » 12 Jun 2019, 03:32

Looking forward to your full review of the 24GL600F, Notty!
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Re: 24gl600f

Postby ogchampion » 12 Jun 2019, 03:54

I've had a 24GL600F myself for just over a week now. Paid £190 here in the UK.

My initial thoughts;

PPI at 23.6" 1080p is noticeably crisper than my 24" and 24.5" monitors.
Contrast is noticeably improved when compared to my XG2402, XG240R, and XG258Q.
Colours look inkier/deeper (likely because of the improved contrast).
Input lag is very good.

Overdrive is good, but not exceptional (on my sample at least). It can't hold a candle to the overdrive kings XG2402/XG240R in this regard.
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Re: 24gl600f

Postby Notty_PT » 12 Jun 2019, 07:17

Did you use contrast at less than 68? That made the overdrive on my unit superior to xg2402. It completly eliminated any artifact!
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Re: 24gl600f

Postby ogchampion » 12 Jun 2019, 12:20

Notty_PT wrote:Did you use contrast at less than 68? That made the overdrive on my unit superior to xg2402. It completly eliminated any artifact!


Thanks for the tip, Notty! I hadn't tried that.

I had to reduce contrast on my sample to 55-60 to eliminate the powdery ghosting in UFO Motion Test.

Now the OD compares very favourably indeed to the XG2402/XG240R.
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