Acer EG0 Series 24" FHD 165Hz (OC) AMD FreeSync Premium IPS Gaming Monitor
23.8" Acer EG0 Series EG240YP Monitor, IPS, 1920x1080, 165Hz OC, 2ms, AMD FreeSync, HDR, 100m:1, 300cd/m², VESA, DP/HDMI
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ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.
Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
24" EG0 Series FHD 165Hz (OC) AMD FreeSync Premium Gaming Monitor from Acer
Intelligent Performance, Streamlined Design The EG240YP EG0 series monitor from Acer offers a sharp 1920 x 1080 resolution with stunning detail. With LEDs for the display, enjoy Full HD gaming or working. Perfect for multimedia and productivity, the EG0 series also offers advantages for Blue-ray Disc console gaming and widescreen cinematic playback.
See in Perfect Colour
HDR TechnologyHDR is a display technology that creates deeper levels of black and white contrast, giving you a greater level immersion through realistic image recreation. Acer HDR displays support HDR10 format.
Say Goodbye to Choppy Frames
AMD RADEON FREESYNC PREMIUMWith AMD Radeon FreeSync Premium, the game’s frame rate is determined by your graphics card, not the fixed refresh rate of the monitor. This means the monitor’s frames are synced with the graphics card’s frames, which eliminates screen tearing and delivers very smooth gaming experiences.
Play with Silky-Smooth Visuals
Overclock to 165Hz Refresh RateThe overclock to 165Hz refresh rate speeds up the frames per second to deliver ultra-smooth 2D motion scenes. With a rapid refresh rate of 165Hz, our monitors shorten the time it takes for frame rendering, lower input lag and provide gamers an excellent in-game experience.
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