Reddit Reddit reviews ASUS VH238H 23" Full HD 1920x1080 2ms HDMI DVI VGA Back-lit LED Monitor

We found 26 Reddit comments about ASUS VH238H 23" Full HD 1920x1080 2ms HDMI DVI VGA Back-lit LED Monitor. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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ASUS VH238H 23
the 23-inch display delivers sharp, true-to-life images with 2ms speedy response timeDual Inputs of D-sub and DVI with HDCP Supported and Built In 2W X 2 Speaker enable audio enjoyment together with true-to-life visual.Exclusive Splendid Video Intelligence Technology automatically optimize image quality with intelligent color, brightness, contrast and sharpnessCompliance and Standards- BSMI, CB, CCC, CE, C-Tick, ErP, FCC, Gost-R, J-MOSS, PSB, RoHS, UL/cUL, VCCI, WEEE, WHQL (Windows 7)50,000,000:1 ASUS Smart Contrast Ratio dynamically enhances the display’s contrast to delivering lifelike images. ASUS Rapid Replacement: 3 Years Warranty, 2 way free shippingMounting Type: VESA Wall Mount Standard 100 x 100 mm
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26 Reddit comments about ASUS VH238H 23" Full HD 1920x1080 2ms HDMI DVI VGA Back-lit LED Monitor:

u/FalcoTeeth · 23 pointsr/unixporn


  • Keyboard: MagicForce
  • Monitor: 23" ASUS
  • Lamp: FORSÅ from IKEA


  • Wallpaper: Here (The wallpaper I wal'd for the color scheme)
  • Terminal: urxvt
  • Font: Roboto Mono (I think)
  • Audio Visualizer: Cava
  • Command: -p 5 -R
u/jntabeast · 3 pointsr/smashbros

I have the 23" monitor that was used at Apex 2015/CEO 2015/Genesis 3/Momocon 2016 and I'm sure many other Smash Wii U tournaments.


It's the tournament standard monitor for Smash 4, has great colors, built-in speakers, and is input lag-free. I HIGHLY recommend it.

u/MohKohn · 2 pointsr/linuxquestions

When I did the apt-get dist-upgrade nothing relevant seemed to happen, but it may be like a week before this happens again.

Do you mean graphics card drivers? I can't seem to find any specifically for the monitors. I have Asus VH238H and Asus VS238H

u/Nosteme · 2 pointsr/buildapc

Thanks for the advice! I guess a surface 3 is out of the question then. I looked around and found a cheap swiveling bed tray and a decent lightweight monitor. I think I'm going to try a pair of those with steam link and see how they fair. Altogether it would even cost less than the price of one surface 3. I'll let you know the results!

u/Cookieblues · 2 pointsr/buildapc

This one should do the job and starts from $144. It's possible to get it in 22" as well as 19" if you want it cheaper.
Except for that, maybe this or this.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/Games

I just bought this for 150, it's a monitor though, but it has speaks and hdmi so it's pretty much a tv without component, and it's great.

u/drgalaxy · 2 pointsr/Lubbock

Even if the problem is just replacing capacitors due to The Plague, I doubt you could get somebody to do it for less than the $130 a new one costs.

u/MyBodyIsReddit · 2 pointsr/StreetFighter

I recently got an Asus VH238H, a monitor very similar to the VH236 which was the old EVO standard that you're probably talking about. The lag is almost non existent and playing on it feels like a dream. It's $130 ($150 and a $20 rebate) and was definitely worth it in my opinion. Other good but more expensive options would be BenQs, iirc the RL2460HT is the current EVO standard.

u/T_K_23 · 2 pointsr/Monitors

This one is pretty small but it's only $80 after a mail-in rebate.

u/Raphael_Lawliet · 2 pointsr/Monitors

ok so i have a triple monitor setup for my gaming pc i use the middle one for gaming mmos fps ect and the other two for internet itunes watching videos all 3 are different monitors but all around the same size but what i need help with is should i update two of the monitors to the same or should i buy 3 new ones they are relatively oldish the two newer ones are about a year or so old my middle one ive had for years its an Acer H243Hbmid 24in that the guy at microcenter told me to get but should i replace the two and get all the same or what would be the best option for me to do i come for help so thanks for reading and all heres the link to the stand monitor stand acer asusother asus

u/Whatsaspace · 1 pointr/CoDCompetitive

How much did it cost you? It says newegg was sold out but I looked on amazon and this is the closet thing I could find, do you believe this would work?

Or possibly this one?

Sorry if bothersome, I'm just looking for the best one I can get and I'm not to knowledgable on monitors

u/TripleThreat6 · 1 pointr/Monitors

So, should I consider something else then? I've been researching a bit more and have basically come down to these two. The Asus VS247 or the Asus VH238H Since you seem to know a lot more, which one do you think will be better for me? Sorry for not knowing basically anything about monitors.

Edit: I just saw somewhere that the BenQ GL2450HM doesn't have HDMI so I'm removing it from my options.

u/ParkerWGB · 1 pointr/buildapc

I have two of these.
I plan on having another one once I move out of Hawaii.

u/Dark_Shroud · 1 pointr/buildapc

Ok I found a good quality monitor that won't break your budget.

Asus VE228H 21.5-Inch Full-HD LED Monitor with Integrated Speakers

These are also a really good ones that push your budget to your limit.

ASUS VS238H-P 23 Inch 2ms Full-HD LED Monitor

ASUS VH238H 23-Inch Full-HD LED Monitor with Integrated Speakers

u/MKGHANDI · 1 pointr/ps2

I use this with this monitor. The only thing, though, is that it isn't the component cables to hdmi, it is the component cables to VGA. My only problem with it is that it doesn't look very good, but I'm not sure if it's because of the ps2's aging graphics or because it doesn't fit the resolution well. I bought it roughly two years ago and it still works very well, so it does last a little at least.

u/Cjprice9 · 1 pointr/buildapcforme

Here's a good place to look for monitors at a good price.

Right at the top I see a 1080p TN monitor for $100 with a $20 rebate.

If you plan on getting vega, or a 1080, then 1080p is a complete waste of your time. Go for either 1080p 144hz, or 1440p of any refresh rate, at the minimum. It's hard to fit those in a $190 budget though.

This one comes close to being in your budget, and offers freesync/144hz.

This one also comes close to your budget, and has 1440p 60hz.

u/a2brandon · 1 pointr/StreetFighter
u/sismit · 1 pointr/buildapc

It's not IPS: scroll down this page:

Chances are it's TN. TN doesn't automatically mean it's trash, though - I would suggest trying out some other monitors in person at a store before making your final decision.

u/ArbyCreeper · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

The LG has 5 ms response time. While the Asus Non IPS panel has 2ms. So should I go for Asus for now? I changed the Asus monitor to this one

u/notnay · 1 pointr/smashbros

From a brief look around it seems like
the ASUS VH238H was used at Apex and BenQ monitors in general seem to be used in esports stuff. Those are probably safe bets.

Edit: Found this listing which is probably vastly more useful in picking one for any fighter. Would maybe suggest just grabbing the lowest lag one from that site.

u/WishIHadAComputer · 1 pointr/buildapc

This Asus VH238H may be just the thing you're looking for. It's $138 after rebates.

u/steeloyangster · 1 pointr/buildapc

Hey lazyboy13. There is a great website that lists gaming monitors based on input latency (the actual time from which and input such as a mouse click to when it is displayed on screen) which is arguably one of the most important aspects of a so called 'gaming monitor'.

Anything with a 13ms input latency or less is great but also take into consideration LCD response time to reduce motion blur (time it takes for a pixel to change colors.)

My personal recommendation is the ASUS VH238H.

It has integrated speakers, 24" form factor, fast pixel response and 11ms input latency, 1080P, HDMI and DVI (But Lacking VGA.) Good luck and I hope I've been helpful!

u/GamingUsername · 1 pointr/buildapc

Thats good, but if I can find a 23' for a good price, I would probably go for that. what about this one...or have I shown this one.....

I think I might of....o well ha

u/PSquared1234 · 0 pointsr/gaming

If you're buying a monitor for gaming, then input lag will be something you want to look out for. But you're also outputting for a relatively low-resolution source (that's not a master PC jab, just a fact). Most "gaming" monitors for PCs are high-resolution, high refresh rate (144 fps) and are HUGE overkill for your purposes.

The ASUS VH238H 23" seems to be a good choice for you, at a reasonable price. You didn't mention a size. Bigger will quickly get more expensive.