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Other than the 10 Series GeForce GTX cards, anybody can also use all the 16 and 20 style GPU's including but not limited to the popular 1660Ti, RTX 2060 and RTX 2070 cards through DisplayPort. When people in general use DisplayPort with a GeForce Nvidia 10, 16, or 20 Series card through G-Sync Compatibility, to a monit… see more Other than the 10 Series GeForce GTX cards, anybody can also use all the 16 and 20 style GPU's including but not limited to the popular 1660Ti, RTX 2060 and RTX 2070 cards through DisplayPort. When people in general use DisplayPort with a GeForce Nvidia 10, 16, or 20 Series card through G-Sync Compatibility, to a monitor such as these AOC gaming monitors, you will be guaranteed the maximum frames per second that the particular DisplayPort can handle. Example: a 1080p Full HD monitor (like these AOC powered gaming monitors) with DisplayPort 1.2 can go all the way up to 144 frames per second. An HDMI cable equivalent to the DisplayPort 1.2 (mentioned in the previous sentence) sometimes cannot guarantee 144 frames per second. Some AOC monitors can boost to 165 frames per second from a 144 frames per second monitor. Surely and most definitely, an HDMI 1.2 or, I believe, but unsure, also, an HDMI 1.4 cable @ 1080p monitors cannot handle this 144 and 165 frames per second refresh rate. Recommendable, DisplayPort can, with the right GeForce GTX and/or RTX cards (depending on settings in particular games of course) can be superb over HDMI equivalent cables paired with AMD cards. There will be some information that's new from the time of this writing. Check out both AMD and Nvidia's webpages to be clarified on the issue of if DisplayPort or HDMI equivalents are better for higher frames per second gameplay. All-in-All, DisplayPort to its HDMI counterpart, in most instances can make a more significant, better difference if anybody doesn't have an AMD GPU and uses Nvidia graphics instead. see less Other than the 10 Series GeForce GTX cards, anybody can also use all the 16 and 20 style GPU's including but not limited to the popular 1660Ti, RTX 2060 and RTX 2070 cards through DisplayPort. When people in general use DisplayPort with a GeForce Nvidia 10, 16, or 20 Series card through G-Sync Compatibility, to a monitor such as these AOC gaming monitors, you will be guaranteed the maximum frames per second that the particular DisplayPort can handle. Example: a 1080p Full HD monitor (like these AOC powered gaming monitors) with DisplayPort 1.2 can go all the way up to 144 frames per second. An HDMI cable equivalent to the DisplayPort 1.2 (mentioned in the previous sentence) sometimes cannot guarantee 144 frames per second. Some AOC monitors can boost to 165 frames per second from a 144 frames per second monitor. Surely and most definitely, an HDMI 1.2 or, I believe, but unsure, also, an HDMI 1.4 cable @ 1080p monitors cannot handle this 144 and 165 frames per second refresh rate. Recommendable, DisplayPort can, with the right GeForce GTX and/or RTX cards (depending on settings in particular games of course) can be superb over HDMI equivalent cables paired with AMD cards. There will be some information that's new from the time of this writing. Check out both AMD and Nvidia's webpages to be clarified on the issue of if DisplayPort or HDMI equivalents are better for higher frames per second gameplay. All-in-All, DisplayPort to its HDMI counterpart, in most instances can make a more significant, better difference if anybody doesn't have an AMD GPU and uses Nvidia graphics instead.
Peter
· January 14, 2020
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The monitor has the vesa mount standard 100x100mm. You can take this wall mount for example > http://topreviews24.com/monitor-wall-mount/videosecu-ml12b/ < I'm very happy with it.
Support
· July 3, 2019
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Hi, Jerrel. My AOC G2460PF came with a Displayport cable, a HDMI cable and an Upstream USB cable, (which looks like a USB Type B printer cable on one extreme) and is the cable needed to connect and activate the embedded USB hub in the monitor to any computer.
Techie
· April 9, 2016
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G-sync Compatibility for adaptive sync, or in this case, G-sync to Freesync, use DisplayPort. If your using an AMD/SONY/MICROSOFT based video game console like a PS4 Pro or XBOX ONE X, use the given HDMI cable that came with the AOC Monitor for the reason of HDCP, which is saying that PS4's and XBOX ONE's are compatibl… see more G-sync Compatibility for adaptive sync, or in this case, G-sync to Freesync, use DisplayPort. If your using an AMD/SONY/MICROSOFT based video game console like a PS4 Pro or XBOX ONE X, use the given HDMI cable that came with the AOC Monitor for the reason of HDCP, which is saying that PS4's and XBOX ONE's are compatible with HDMI to Freesync. Although HDMI is effective for AMD Cards and XBOX/SONY consoles, G-Sync through display port can give an extra boost for slightly higher frames per second when using G-sync enabled monitors. And of course, If your using a Gaming PC with an AMD Graphics cards, use HDMI over Freesync with these AOC powered monitors because Freesync uses open adaptive sync for universal cables such as HDMI. Lastly, you can use any of the HDMI ports on the back of these gaming style AOC monitors over Freesync. see less G-sync Compatibility for adaptive sync, or in this case, G-sync to Freesync, use DisplayPort. If your using an AMD/SONY/MICROSOFT based video game console like a PS4 Pro or XBOX ONE X, use the given HDMI cable that came with the AOC Monitor for the reason of HDCP, which is saying that PS4's and XBOX ONE's are compatible with HDMI to Freesync. Although HDMI is effective for AMD Cards and XBOX/SONY consoles, G-Sync through display port can give an extra boost for slightly higher frames per second when using G-sync enabled monitors. And of course, If your using a Gaming PC with an AMD Graphics cards, use HDMI over Freesync with these AOC powered monitors because Freesync uses open adaptive sync for universal cables such as HDMI. Lastly, you can use any of the HDMI ports on the back of these gaming style AOC monitors over Freesync.
Peter
· January 14, 2020
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Nvidia control panel does recognize it as G-Sync compatible
Amazon Customer
· May 5, 2020
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I can not get the speakers to work. I have it connected via HDMI to my RX 580.
S. Kuhl
· December 13, 2019
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I just got the G2590FX from Amazon and in spite of the AOC website saying it comes with a display port cable it only came with an HDMI cable.
D. Meadows
· April 2, 2020
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Yes. All kinds of cables come with this. It wasn't advertised and I had already bought another one! DP, HDMI and more. I was pleasantly surprised.
SanJoseDad
· April 22, 2016
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The GTX 970 Nvidia card can't be used because the Maxwell design in the 9 Series GPU's wasn't made for the software built in with G-Sync Compatibility. G-sync Compatibility means that Freesync is used through DisplayPort. Yes. Anybody can use the 9 series over G-sync compatibility, but the screen tearing and stuttering… see more The GTX 970 Nvidia card can't be used because the Maxwell design in the 9 Series GPU's wasn't made for the software built in with G-Sync Compatibility. G-sync Compatibility means that Freesync is used through DisplayPort. Yes. Anybody can use the 9 series over G-sync compatibility, but the screen tearing and stuttering is a little bit more noticeable. Therefore, recommendable, trade the GTX 970 for a GTX 1060 6 GB equivalent. The updated software in the 1060 will be beneficial for less screen tearing and stuttering with these AOC Gaming Monitors through G-sync Compatibility. see less The GTX 970 Nvidia card can't be used because the Maxwell design in the 9 Series GPU's wasn't made for the software built in with G-Sync Compatibility. G-sync Compatibility means that Freesync is used through DisplayPort. Yes. Anybody can use the 9 series over G-sync compatibility, but the screen tearing and stuttering is a little bit more noticeable. Therefore, recommendable, trade the GTX 970 for a GTX 1060 6 GB equivalent. The updated software in the 1060 will be beneficial for less screen tearing and stuttering with these AOC Gaming Monitors through G-sync Compatibility.
Peter
· January 14, 2020
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Yes
Cody
· July 1, 2019