BenQ Zowie XL2546X Gaming Monitor | 24.5 | Fast TN 240Hz | Gaming Monitor for Esports | Motion Clarity DyAc™2 | 1080p | XL Setting to Share | S Switch | Adjustable Height &…

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  • SHARPER AND CLEARER than IPS — a Fast TN panel provides clearer and sharper outlines of overall moving images, helping you focus and have less distractions from the unwanted afterimage of the motions in-game.
  • Less Overshoot, Less Distraction in Game – The newly fine-tuned TN panel effectively reduces overshoot that are observed from aggressive liquid crystal overdrive under certain circumstances on a regular panel.
  • BEST IN-CLASS MOTION CLARITY — Through ZOWIE’s exclusive panel hardware design, DyAc/DyAc⁺/DyAc2 provide motion clarity and better overall visual experience that will make a different in your gameplay. With its dual backlight design Dynamic Accuracy Technology (DyAc2) with its dual backlight design, enhances performance in blur reduction while it offers a soft light output, facilitating eye adaptation.
  • AUTOMATICALLY ADJUST COLOR MODES — The new XL Setting to Share eliminates setting adjustment hassles, enhancing the switching-free gaming experience. Automatically switches color modes based on screen content, saving setting adjustment hassles and enhancing switching-free gaming experience.
  • COMFORT & ADJUSTABILITY — New height adjustment powered by industrial-grade bearing design, allowing easier and smoother adjustment to any preferred height.
BenQ Zowie XL2546X Gaming Monitor | 24.5 | Fast TN 240Hz | Gaming Monitor for Esports | Motion Clarity DyAc™2 | 1080p | XL Setting to Share | S Switch | Adjustable Height &…
BenQ Zowie XL2546X Gaming Monitor | 24.5 | Fast TN 240Hz | Gaming Monitor for Esports | Motion Clarity DyAc™2 | 1080p | XL Setting to Share | S Switch | Adjustable Height &…


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Specification: BenQ Zowie XL2546X Gaming Monitor | 24.5 | Fast TN 240Hz | Gaming Monitor for Esports | Motion Clarity DyAc™2 | 1080p | XL Setting to Share | S Switch | Adjustable Height &…

Standing screen display size


Screen Resolution


Max Screen Resolution

‎1920 x 1080





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Item Weight

‎15.8 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎13.11 x 2.44 x 22.44 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎13.11 x 2.44 x 22.44 inches





Country of Origin


Date First Available

‎November 21, 2023

Reviews (10)

10 reviews for BenQ Zowie XL2546X Gaming Monitor | 24.5 | Fast TN 240Hz | Gaming Monitor for Esports | Motion Clarity DyAc™2 | 1080p | XL Setting to Share | S Switch | Adjustable Height &…

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  1. purpkoo

    Deja atrás la venta promedio de los colores para darte el mejor tiempo de respuesta y nitidez que un monitor puede ofrecer. Nomás ghosting, simplemente un gran productos.

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  2. J

    Monitor actually feels so crisp. I came from a 240hz g7 odyssey if that tells you anything. I’ve had every kind of panel, every resolution, refresh rate etc and this is honestly a very impressive monitor. The colors are quite decent once you calibrate everything and the image when gaming is surprisingly sharp for 1080p. I won’t say there’s a massive difference between 240hz and 360hz for me but there is a slight difference in smoothness. Monitor is definitely a little pricey but if you’re a competitive gamer you won’t regret buying imo. Even for single player games the monitor is great though.

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  3. xsbs

    A TN panel in 2023 isn’t the move for most use cases. However, I pretty much only play apex legends and other shooters on my computer, and I have another 32” 1440p lg monitor for content consumption.
    That being said, this monitor is really, really good. The black equalizer and color vibrance features work well, and Dyac+ seems to work great. I’ve played with dyac on and off. To be honest, I can’t tell the difference unless I’m REALLY trying and am like dragging a window with text across my desktop and trying to read it at the same time.
    With it being 1080p, my frame rate is always capped (I have a 4080- I know. Overkill.) My tracking has noticeably improved as well. 360 hz is noticeable, as I came from a 144hz monitor.
    Now, with all this said, would I recommend it to people?
    No. Not unless all you do is play shooters or have a good second monitor for other stuff.
    I’d still much prefer to play a game like elden ring or Witcher on a bigger 1440p IPS display.
    Also, I forgot to mention- optimum tech on YouTube has a video on this monitor with some color settings to make it look better. I highly recommend using those settings and then just dialing in the gamma and color vibrance. The display actually doesn’t look bad at all.

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  4. How1tzer

    Amazing monitor. Was skeptical after some reviews about dead pixels/not truly being 240hz/DyAc making screen brightness too low, etc. Had zero issues after unboxing, DyAc didn’t change the brightness at all but noticeably made moving objects sharper. Blurbusters’ UFO test on the highest speeds with DyAc set to “premium” still shows a crisp, clear image. Preset colours are nice and vibrant on the default profile, 2 minutes of tinkering and they’d be perfect. Had to change resolution from “Ultra HD 1920x1080p” to “PC 1920x1080p” through Nvidia Control Panel, which allowed me to select 240hz (otherwise capped at 120hz). Definitely worth the investment if you’re serious about competitive gaming

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  5. Antonio Quintanilla

    I have been researching E-Sports monitors for months and months, and it always just led back to this monitor. I have been using it for about a month and it has definitely improved my aim compared to my 1440p 144hz IPS. The colors on this monitor are extremely poor and it heavily affected my gameplay. In brighter games finding the perfect setup on this monitor can feel impossible because all the colors except red are extremely poor. Causing a red blend on brighter games which negatively affected my situational understanding. The switch from 1440p to 1080p negatively affected my precision. But the smoothness and visual clarity on this monitor are unmatched. It made my flicking accuracy & tracking insanely good.

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  6. Justin Cartafalsa

    I use this product almost everyday for gaming and the performance is worth the price. The stand is durable and out of the 3 other brand of monitors I’ve tried, this is by far the best one.

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  7. Shakem Beckford

    This monitor requires a lot of tweaking for whatever you want out of it. It can achieve great colors but you will constantly have to use the s-switch to change settings for each application.

    I was considering this and the PG27AQN and I believe I will be sticking with this. The motion clarity is just too good to sacrifice for the 1440p/360hz/IPS/ULMB 2 combination. I have a PG279Q which was the highest end monitor at the time of release and 1440p is good, but it’s not as clear as 4k and that leaves something to be desired (I have a 4k 144hz). Games like Starfield are extra crisp with the motion clarity, as well as D4/D2R, RDR2, Cyberpunk, etc. 1080p is definitely not great in games but at the time being it is the only way to get the most out of today’s motion clarity technology.

    EDIT: Just tried the PG27AQDM, and while I have it set up right next to the XL2566k, I will be keeping the latter. The OLED of the first is obviously top tier and great, but I cannot live without the motion clarity despite the poor viewing angles.

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  8. Shakem Beckford

    People may complain about TN panels being outdated as it relates to color accuracy but when it comes on to gaming, this is a great buy. The fluidity and motion clarity is definitely unmatched and will definitely provide the best experience when it comes on to 240FPS, 1080P gaming.

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  9. Darian Kühn

    Es un buen monitor pero no lo recomiendo si vas a dar un salto de 144Hz a 240Hz, la diferencia es tan minima que no creo que valga la pena pagar tanta diferencia entre 144hz y 240Hz, aun asi es un buen monitor y lo recomiendo para la gente que piensa hacer un update de 60Hz a 240Hz

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  10. Jake W

    I am coming from an xl2546k and i wasn’t sure i would even notice a difference buying the xl2566k boy was i wrong! The 2546k is butter smooth, but this thing makes it look like 144hz. This thing has absolutely no motion blur and the smoothness is absolutely unbelievable.

    My main game is cs go and with Dyac on premium, AMA on premium this thing PERFORMS! Even the fastest flick shot with an AWP the enemy model stays completely 100 percent clear which makes landing flick head-shots just that much easier.

    One thing this monitor is not for is for casual gaming, this monitors colors do not look the prettiest, its only 1080p so don’t go buying this monitor expecting to be blown away by the graphics playing warzone 2 This monitor is not for that. This monitor is strictly a competition E sports monitor geared toward having the best motion clarity and speed. If what you want is to get the best edge possible you can against your opponents to push your rank in cs go or valorant, then this monitor is for you.

    Conclusion: this monitor is an absolute beast and if competitive cs go, valorant, pubg, fortnite, etc. is your thing then i think the investment in the xl2566k is 100% worth it.

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