Using a monitor designed for business use for gaming has many issues, but the biggest is the limited refresh rates and the lack of support for variable framerates.
The reason that many users end up using that type of monitor to game is purely cost, as anything with the word ‘gaming’ connected to it appears to attract a premium.
But you can get a monitor that has some gaming credentials that won’t break the bank, as you’ll see in our review of the Philips 242E1GAJ.
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