Question Looking for a triple monitor setup

DavidVioMC

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I want to upgrade my current monitor setup to something better, I currently rock a 27" Asus VX278 1080p as my gaming monitor and two 19" Samsung SyncMaster B1940 as side monitors. What I'm looking for is:

  • Affordable
  • Thin side bezels (I don't care about the top or bottom bazel)
  • Available in 60hz and 120/144hz variants
  • VESA mount
  • Maximum 27"
I want to have a 120hz or 144hz variant to game on/be the middle monitor while having identical 60hz monitors for left and right. VESA mount is a must as 3 monitors will not fit on my desk and I will have to use a VESA triple monitor stand. I'm not a huge monitor guy so I have no idea what options I have or which monitor makes are good, I hope someone can help me, keep in mind the monitors will be powered by RTX 2070 Super and i7-9700k so specs will not be an issue. I don't care much about the resolution, of course the higher the better but there isn't a specific resolution that I'm looking for. I also don't care if it's curved or not, but since I'm looking for something "affordable", it's unlikely that there will be a curved monitor in the options.
 

Xenone

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What about AOC G2590FX/G2590VXQ?


  • Affordable ✅ (£190 for 144hz variant, £130 for 75hz variant)
  • Thin side bezels (I don't care about the top or bottom bazel) ✅ (only thicc bottom bazel)
  • Available in 60hz and 120/144hz variants ✅ (You can get 144hz and 75hz variants)
  • VESA mount ✅
  • Maximum 27" ✅ (24.5")
144hz variant: click here
75hz variant: click here
 

DavidVioMC

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What about AOC G2590FX/G2590VXQ?


  • Affordable ✅ (£190 for 144hz variant, £130 for 75hz variant)
  • Thin side bezels (I don't care about the top or bottom bazel) ✅ (only thicc bottom bazel)
  • Available in 60hz and 120/144hz variants ✅ (You can get 144hz and 75hz variants)
  • VESA mount ✅
  • Maximum 27" ✅ (24.5")
144hz variant: click here
75hz variant: click here
Thank you a lot, you checked all of my requirements :)
I didn't know you can get a 144hz panel for so cheap, I was expecting to spend atleast £350, maybe because it's 1080p, since it's so affordable, I could get three 144hz instead of just one and two 75hz. I will wait if anyone else comes up with another anwser before I make my mind up.
 

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