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While it’s not central to the build itself, I also wanted to mention the monitor I decided to pick up, due to my overwhelmingly positive experiences with it – short of an UltraWide panel, a regular curved widescreen is the pinnacle of immersiveness in media consumption, and when one considers the clean industrial design, FreeSync capabilities for AMD cards, and low price point, the C24F390 is certainly an enticing prospect for those after a smaller, cheaper but still premium display.
I once mocked curved monitors. "What's the point? What a gimmick!" said naive old me. And I sort of had a point when it came to televisions. There's no advantage that I can see if you're sitting six feet away.
But in a desktop monitor? View angles are everything. Flat monitors look strange now. This guy also has excellent colour, clarity, and features (Freesync inclusion is very appreciated.)
Nicest curved panel but the menu is hard to use. still cant go into certain settings because when i use the ONE button it changes to HDMI not the settings. not sure what im doing wrong. other than that it works great.
-FreeSync. if you have an AMD graphics card get a FreeSync monitor. if you have a Nvidia graphics card get a GSync monitor.
-curved screen. I was skeptical at first but wow so comfortable on the eyes. sounds odd but its truly a great gaming experience.
-good value for $200 or less. there is a 27" version for about $280.
-VESA mountable 75mm × 75mm and under 8 pounds.
-the toggle switch for menu navigation is a bit awkward.
-no DisplayPort. the 27" version has DisplayPort