Nitro RG241Y P Widesceen Gaming LCD Monitor

Model: RG241Y P
Part: UM.QR1AA.P01

Small on desktop space – big on gaming. Show off some Radeon™ FreeSync finesse with this thinly-designed IPS-imbued monitor.

Technical Information

Viewable Screen Size

    23.8"

Aspect Ratio

    16:9

Response Time

    1 ms VRB

Backlight Technology

    LED

Horizontal Viewing Angle

    178°

Vertical Viewing Angle

    178°

Panel Technology

    In-plane Switching (IPS) Technology

Pixel Pitch

    10.8 mil

Tilt Angle

    -5° to 15°

Features

    HDR10
Video

Maximum Resolution

    1920 x 1080

Native Contrast Ratio

    1,000:1

Overclock Refresh Rate

    165 Hz

Dynamic Contrast Ratio

    100,000,000:1

Color Supported

    16.7 Million Colors

Color Depth

    6-bit+Hi-FRC

Color Gamut

    72% NTSC

Dynamic Contrast Ratio

    100,000,000:1

Brightness

    250 Nit

Tearing Prevention Technology

    AMD FreeSync™ (DisplayPort/HDMI)
Interfaces/Ports

HDMI

    Yes

DisplayPort

    Yes

Number of DisplayPorts

    1

Headphone

    Yes
Power Description

Standby Power Consumption (Energy Star)

    300 mW

Off-Mode Power Consumption (Energy Star)

    240 mW

Maximum Power Consumption (Energy Star)

    35 W

Operating Power Consumption (Energy Star)

    30 W
Miscellaneous

Environmental Certification

    MPR II

Package Contents

  • 1 x Nitro RG241Y P Widescreen Gaming LCD Monitor
  • 1 x Displayport Cable
  • 1 x HDMI Cable
  • 1 x Power Cord (US)
Physical Characteristics

Color

    Black

VESA Mount Compatible

    Yes

VESA Mount Standard

    75 x 75

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Actual refresh rates may vary depending on model and/or region, computer specifications/hardware and/or set up. This device is designed to support refresh rate overclocking. However, overclocking may result in system instability. If you experience instability, try reducing the overclock to a lower refresh rate through the on-screen display settings.