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Every 144Hz Monitor That You Can Buy In Australia

If you have a powerful gaming PC, you know that 60 frames per second is not enough. Newer LCD monitors can display up to 144 frames per second, but it’s surprisingly hard to find exactly which monitors support this standard, as well as more advanced tech like FreeSync and G-Sync variable refresh rates. So, we’ve rounded them all up into one big list.

We scoured the ‘net and built this list, but if you know of a particular model that you can buy in Australia — we didn’t include drop-ship importers that operate through eBay — tell us in the comments below! We’ve also included links to Aussie product pages and rough pricing, pulled from StaticIce, as well as a quick guide to screen size, resolution, panel type and any extras like FreeSync or G-Sync. Without further ado:

Acer

Acer XB240H
24-inch
1920×1080
TN panel
G-Sync
Approx. $499

Acer XB270H
27-inch
1920×1080
TN panel
G-Sync
Approx $599

Acer XF270HU
27-inch
2560×1440
IPS panel
FreeSync
Approx. $799

AOC

AOC G2460P/F/G
24-inch
1920×1080
TN panel
G-Sync (G2460PG)
FreeSync (G2460PF)
Approx. $399

Asus

Asus MG278Q
27-inch
2560×1440
TN panel
FreeSync
Approx. $1099

Asus MG279Q
27-inch
2560×1440
IPS panel
FreeSync
Approx. $799

Asus ROG PG278Q
27-inch
2560×1440
TN panel
G-Sync
Approx. $1049

Asus ROG PG279Q
27-inch
2560×1440
IPS panel
G-Sync
Approx. $1199

Asus VG248QE
24-inch
1920×1080
TN panel
Approx. $449

Asus VG278HE
27-inch
1920×1080
TN panel
Approx. $499

BenQ

BenQ XL2411Z
24-inch
1920×1080
TN panel
Approx. $449

BenQ XL2420G
24-inch
1920×1080
TN panel
G-Sync
Approx. $619

BenQ XL2430T
24-inch
1920×1080
TN panel
Approx. $549

BenQ XL2730Z
27-inch
1920×1080
TN panel
Approx. $749

BenQ XR3501
35-inch
2560×1080
VA panel
Approx. $1399

Dell

Dell S2716DG
27-inch
2560×1440
TN panel
G-Sync
Approx. $1069

LG

LG 24GM77
24-inch
1920×1080
TN panel
Approx. $399

Phillips

Phillips 242G5DJEB
24-inch
1920×1080
TN panel
Approx. $429

If we’ve missed any currently available monitors in this list, please leave a comment and let us know!

This post originally appeared on Gizmodo Australia


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