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Viotek GFI24CBA Review: Solid Budget Gaming Monitor

With so many premium displays coming out for the latest high-end games, consoles, and PCs, it’s getting harder to find bargains. Prices for Ultra HD and QHD screens on some of the best gaming monitors have gotten more attractive over the last year, but if your monitor budget stops at $250, you need to look a little more grim.

Luckily, there are smaller companies out there that meet your needs for strong performance and value. Are you okay with the performance standards of a few years ago? I’m talking about 144 Hz FHD. Remember the Asus VG248QE? Today you can get the same speed and resolution for around $250. In fact, the Viotek GFI24CBA sells for $169 at the time of this writing. This is a 24 inch IPS panel with 144 Hz and Adaptive-Sync. Also remember that the 2013 Asus was a TN, no Adaptive-Sync, and $400.

Viotek GFI24CBA Specifications

Panel type/backlight IPS/W-LED, edge array
Screen size/aspect ratio 24 inches/16:9
Maximum resolution and refresh rate 1920×1080@144Hz
Free Sync: 48-144Hz
G-Sync compatible
Native color depth and color gamut 8bit/sRGB
Response time (GTG) 4 ms
Brightness (mfr) 300 nits
Contrast (mfr) 1,000:1
speaker none
video input 1x DisplayPort 1.2
1x HDMI 2.0
1x HDMI 1.4
audio 3.5mm headphone output
USB3.0 none
power consumption 15.3w, brightness @ 200 nits
Panel dimensions WxHxD (including base) 21.2 x 14.2-19.3 x 7.5 inches (538 x 360-490 x 191mm)
panel thickness 2 inches (52mm)
bezel width Top/Side: 0.2″ (6mm)
Bottom: 0.6 inch (15mm)
Bottom: 0.6 inch (15mm) 10.7 lbs (4.9kg)
guarantee 3 years

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