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Viotek GFV24C Flat Panel Budget Gaming Monitor Review

Hey guys we back again with another interesting review for you. Today’s gaming monitor market has so many options for every budget and features because of which the buyer may get easily be get confused. So today we’re reviewing one of the cheapest monitors currently selling in the market and many of you considered this for their investment, the Viotek GFV24C. So we will know that is it truly worthy of your interest.

Pros and Cons

PROSCONS
Sleek and Slim DesignPoor Default Color Calibration
FreeSync/G-Sync CompatibleSlightly Higher Input Lag
High Contrast VA PanelUnder-equipped OSD
144Hz Refresh Rate

Key Specification

Viotek GFV24C
$CHECK PRICE
BrandViotek
Model GFV24C
Gaming MonitorYes
WebcamNo
Weight with Stand2.58 kg
ColourBlack
Dimension541 x 417.57 x 206.75 mm
Power Input100-240V, 50~60Hz

This gaming monitor from Viotek comes with a dimension of 541 x 417.57 x 206.75 mm and it does comes with the good build quality and then also with less weight which is nearly 2.58 Kgs. It is reasonably light in weight and good for moving from one place to another for cleaning and other stuff. The design of this monitor is pretty attractive and striking. It served in the market with only one color which you may call a universal color option for the monitor market, and you guessed right it only comes with the black color. 

Picture/Display

Viotek GFV24C
Display TypeLED
Size23.6 inch
TouchscreenNo
CurvedNo
Aspect ratio16:9
Resolution1920 x 1080 pixel
Pixel Density93 PPI
Response Time4 ms
Refresh Rate144Hz

This is a 24 inch 1080p 144 Hertz gaming monitor with a flat VA panel with a size of 23.6 inches which is in contrast to the curved models biotech and other manufacturers have traditionally sold many experts and websites recommended the Viotek GFV24C for some time now. But this latest model the GFV24C not only offers a flat panel which some people prefer but a cheaper price tag at under 150 US dollars and sometimes as long as 140 dollars. So immediately this monitor provides quite a compelling value proposition of a great entry-level gaming monitor. The specs new VA panel that avoids a common complaint by being flat and a super affordable price tag for budget gamers plus we get adaptive sink support. It’s covered under Biotech’s zero dead pixel policy and three-year warranty which is pretty good for this class of product.

Connectivity

Viotek GFV24C
HDMI1.4 x 2
DisplayPort1.2 x 1
Audio Output3.5 mm
USBNo
RJ45No
Built-in SpeakersNo
G-SYNC SupportYes (Compatible)
FreeSync SupportYes (Compatible)

There are two HDMI ports and a display port plus an audio output Jack nothing fancy here. But that gets the job done unfortunately on the flip side, the on-screen display is not very good. It’s hard to navigate because it’s controlled through faced buttons rather than a directional toggle. There is a future of G-Sync support and FreeSync support which is pretty useful for gaming and for good picture quality.

Power

Viotek GFV24C
Power Consumption220 W
Power Consumption (Sleep)0.5 W
POWER SUPPLYInternal

This Viotek monitor requires a 220W(Watts) of power consumption when you use it with the running mode. And when you turned it to sleep it will consume nearly 0.5W of power. Also, it has a convenient internal power adaptor which is pretty good.

Conclusion!

We can straightly say that from a performance perspective and a value perspective and then an outright price perspective this product is not very up to the mark. From a pure performance perspective, we’d say the GFP 24 C is mostly poor, and sometimes straight-up terrible response time performance is especially bad with plenty of ghosting no matter the refresh rate leading to an experience that isn’t really in line with the other 144 Hertz monitors.

It has no trouble hitting 144 Hertz so no skipped frames but the added smoothness is offset by significant blur and we don’t think it’s poor just because it’s a low-end product. Of course, entry-level monitors aren’t going to perform like expensive flagships but it’s poor in comparison to monitors that are about the same price.

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