AOC’s G2460VQ6 is a bill AMD FreeSync guard that aims to greatfully gamers interjection to a modernise rate of 75Hz. The 24in full HD arrangement also has flicker-free and has anti-blue light technology, that allows we to diversion for longer durations of time. The guard can be bought from Amazon for £122.18. See alsot: the best bill monitors to buy in 2016.
AOC G2460VQ6 review: Build peculiarity and Design
The G2460VQ6 is singular by a stand: we can usually lean it forwards by 5 degrees and retrograde by 20 degrees. Despite pronounced mount carrying a thick frame, we found it was utterly wobbly, though thankfully a guard can be mounted on a VESA 100x100mm stand.
On a and side, we unequivocally favourite a design, that fit good with AMD’s red colour coding. On a right-hand side you’ll find a buttons to control a monitor.
The AOC’s pattern is unequivocally good suspicion out, with a red cosmetic partial of a guard curving by a AOC trademark during a front. Despite being done out of plastic, a whole support of a guard and a bottom are finished with a brushed aluminium look, that gives it a some-more grand demeanour than we competence design during this price.
The bezels are a middle size, thinner than those found on a BenQ RL2460HT, nonetheless thicker than a skinny bezels found on a Asus VN247H.
The shade has a matt coating, that allows it to be noticed in splendid conditions though reflections. Finally, a guard also has a Kensington Lock slot, to deter theives. Also see: All arrangement reviews.
AOC G2460VQ6 review: Connectivity and OSD
There’s a good preference of inputs that embody HDMI, DisplayPort, D-Sub (VGA) and an auxiliary 3.5mm jack. We were a small astounded not to see a DVI input, though if anything, it’s softened to use DisplayPort slot, that provides a good choice to HDMI.
The guard has a span of 2W speakers, that are useful to have, though we didn’t find them accurate or powerful. You can outlay and submit sound by dual apart 3.5mm auxiliary jacks.
The OSD is easy to use and is presented during a bottom of a screen. We found it had all a options we wanted, including Overdrive, that we’ll get to in a minute.
AOC G2460VQ6 review: Performance
The G2460VQ6 is a 24in 1920×1080 LED TN display, means of adult to a 75Hz modernise rate. It provides an additional 15Hz over a customary 60Hz, that formula in a softened capability to understanding with ripping and somewhat softened suit tracking capabilities.
We found that Overdrive somewhat softened a response time, though found that there was combined ghosting when personification fast-paced games. We achieved a best gaming knowledge with Overdrive totally switched off, where a real-world response time felt slower than a quoted 1ms.
The guard achieved 100 percent of sRGB’s colour space and 78 percent of AdobeRGB’s colour space after calibration with a Spyder5Elite.
Its colour correctness was also decent with an normal Delta E of 1.15, that is good deliberation it’s a TN display. It couldn’t utterly contest with a illusory colours of a BenQ RL2460HT, though still achieved intensely well. We didn’t notice any craziness with a backlight LED, where a backlight drain was intensely minimal. Read next: Best UHD displays 2016.
When checked for brightness, a Spyder totalled 268.9 cd/m2, that is some-more than adequate for many people.
Finally, we found FreeSync to be a profitable addition. This is a monitor’s ability to sync a modernise rate with a graphics card. It unequivocally does forestall shade ripping from occurring. It should be remarkable that a AOC G2460VQ6 is concordant with Nvidia cards, though we won’t be means to use a FreeSync underline of course.