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Best Gaming Monitors 2021: Budget, Curved, G-Sync and More

Gaming monitor options keep growing with new brands, features and ever-growing capabilities. It's an exciting time to be a PC gamer, but that also means that picking the best gaming monitor for your rig is more complicated than ever. The selection can be overwhelming, from screen-smoothing technologies (Nvidia G-Sync and AMD FreeSync), to visually stunning refresh rates that can reach a mind-blowing 360 Hz. For pixel addicts, there are 4K screens that are as hard on the bank account as they are on graphics cards. Anyone else feeling like a kid in a toy store told to only "pick one?"

Choosing the Best Gaming Monitor for You

When seeking the best gaming monitor for you, there are different panel types vying for your eyeballs — IPS, TN, VA and even OLED — each with their own pros and cons. You can't forget about screen size and aspect ratio, which affect your views, desk space and, again, bank account. And we haven't even discussed bonuses, like speakers, RGB or port selection. How's a gamer to choose?

For a deep dive into how to pick the best monitor--gaming or otherwise--check out out PC Monitor Buying Guide. Below is a list of the best gaming monitors out right now, based on our own testing. 

Quick Shopping Tips

When trying to buy the best gaming monitor for your PC, consider the following:

  • For image quality, TN < IPS < VA. Generally speaking. Typically, TN monitors are the fastest but cheapest, due to weaker viewing angles. IPS displays have slightly slower response times but better color than VA monitors. The best gaming monitors for contrast are VA, but VA also has slower response times.
  • Refresh rates: bigger is better. This number explains the number of times your monitor updates with new information per second — stated in hertz (Hz) — and, therefore, how many frames per second (fps) the monitor can display. Bigger numbers mean smoother images. Refresh rate is especially important for gamers, so you’ll want to shoot for a monitor with at least 75 Hz (most gaming monitors offer at least 144 Hz), combined with the lowest response time you can find.

The Best Gaming Monitors You Can Buy Today

1. Dell S3220DGF

Best Gaming Monitor

Specifications

Screen Size & Aspect Ratio: 32 inches, 16:9

Resolution: 2560 x 1440 @ 165 Hz

Panel Type: VA

Refresh Rate: 165 Hz

Response Time (GTG): 4ms

Adaptive-Sync: FreeSync Premium Pro

Reasons to buy

+High contrast and brightness+165Hz refresh rate+Color-accurate+Nice build quality

Reasons to avoid

-No sRGB mode-No gamma presets

The Dell S3220DGF is the best gaming monitor for most (currently available here). For starters, it boasts a fast refresh rate, low response time plus FreeSync Premium Pro for fighting screen tearing with both standard and HDR content. On top of that, this 32-inch monitor offers plenty of vertical screen real estate without the need for scrolling and 1440p resolution, the current sweet spot between image quality and gaming performance. Its 1800R curve also lends well to immersion, and in addition to gaming, we found that this is also a great monitor for general productivity and anything in between. 

Our testing proved the display has low input lag and quick panel response for competitive gamers, and we even got G-Sync Compatibility to work on it, despite it not being certified to do so. This is a fantastic monitor for those with mid to high-budget gaming PCs. 

More:Dell S3220DGF review

2. Gigabyte G27F

Best Budget Gaming Monitor

Specifications

Screen Size & Aspect Ratio: 27 inches, 16:9

Resolution: 1920 x 1080

Panel Type: IPS

Refresh Rate: 144 Hz

Response Time (GTG): 1ms

Adaptive-Sync: FreeSync Premium

Reasons to buy

+Good contrast+Superb overdrive

Reasons to avoid

-Slightly dark gamma-No sRGB gamut option

If you can find it for around $250 (we tested it when it was $220) Gigabyte's G27F is the cheapest 27-inch on this page but still offers stellar gaming performance, elevated by a fantastic overdrive that’s one the best implementations we’ve seen lately. At max setting, the monitor’s overdrive offered a picture void of visible blur or ghosting artifacts.

In terms of speed, this 1080p screen held its own against other 144 Hz monitors when it came to response time and input lag. And speaking of that FHD resolution, the G27F’s fast refresh rate made up for its low pixel density when reaching 144 fps.

In terms of image quality, this screen offers rich and saturated color ratio and contrast that hit an impressive 1,165:1 after our recommended calibration settings (see page 1 of our review). At this price, the G27F is hard to top in the 27-inch category. 

If you really want to stay under $200 though, check our our review of the Acer XFA240, which is usually $200 or cheaper. 

More: Gigabyte G27F review

3. LG 27GN950-B

Best 4K Gaming Monitor

Specifications

Screen Size & Aspect Ratio: 27 inches,16:9

Resolution: 4K

Panel Type: IPS

Refresh Rate: 144 Hz

Response Time (GTG): 1ms

Adaptive-Sync : G-Sync Compatible, AMD FreeSync Premium Pro

Reasons to buy

+Excellent HDR+Wide and accurate color gamut+Fast and responsive

Reasons to avoid

-Oversaturated sRGB mode

For a sharp, high-res, premium gaming experience, the LG 27GN950-B is the best 4K gaming monitor. This screen achieved some of the best input lag scores we’ve ever seen, with response time numbers falling in line with other 144 Hz monitors. If you have a powerful enough graphics card to support high frame rates in 4K, this monitor will have no problem keeping up. 

Games will look extra colorful on the LG 27GN950-B, thanks to a color gamut that extends up to a whopping 133.9% of sRGB. HDR, meanwhile, looks amazing, due the monitor’s edge array backlight and local dimming feature. HDR content enjoyed a 8,475.3:1 contrast ratio, making this a great substitute for a pricier FALD monitor.

But if you're looking for a larger 4K screen or other features, check out our best 4K gaming monitors list. 

More: LG 27GN950-B review

4. MSI Optix MAG274QRF-QD

Best Gaming Monitor for Color

Specifications

Screen Size & Aspect Ratio: 27 inches / 16:9

Resolution: 2560 x 1440

Panel Type: IPS

Refresh Rate: 165 Hz

Response Time (GTG): 1ms

Adaptive-Sync : G-Sync Compatible

Reasons to buy

+Huge color gamut+Fast response

Reasons to avoid

-No sRGB mode-Backlight strobe creates artifacts

If you like your games to look extra colorful, the MSI Optix MAG274QRF-QD is the best gaming monitor for your rig. This monitor posted the widest color gamut we’ve ever recorded: 112.19% of DCI-P3 after our recommended calibration. 90% of DCI-P3 would be impressive, so this is one color-saturated screen. 

Contrast is also strong for an IPS panel, hitting 1,129.1:1 after our calibration. And for those concerned about speed, this 165Hz screen kept up with the 170Hz Gigabyte M27Q in our testing 

Color purists, however, will lament the lack of an sRGB mode, considering the MAG274QRF-QD’s sRGB coverage is at 166.33%. Its backlight strobe for fighting motion blur is also a disappointment. You can’t use Adaptive-Sync with it, brightness goes down by about 50% and it created ghosting that resulted in a parallax effect with fast motion. On top of that, this is yet another gaming monitor to offer HDR but without any noticeable image boost over SDR.

But if you can get past those caveats, you’ll enjoy the most colorful monitor to ever hit our lab. 

More: MSI Optix MAG274QRF-QD review 

5. Viotek GNV34DBE

Best Curved Gaming Monitor

Specifications

Screen Size & Aspect Ratio: 34 inches, 21:9

Resolution: 3440 x 1440

Panel Type: VA

Refresh Rate: 144 Hz

Response Time (GTG): 4ms

Adaptive-Sync : FreeSync

Reasons to buy

+Contrast+Effective overdrive+HDR

Reasons to avoid

-Needs calibration for best results-Wobbly stand-Low, with no height adjustment

The Viotek GNV34DBE is a well-performing and affordable curved gaming monitor. Its 1500R curve proved to add an immersive touch while gaming, helping to fill our peripheral vision. Despite its tight curve, we still found the GNV34DBE fit for working. There was no distortion, and we enjoyed having multiple windows open for boosted productivity. 

But it’s not just about the GNV34DBE’s curve. You also get a 144 Hz refresh rate and response times and input lag that kept up with 144 Hz rivals during our testing. On the battlefield, we realized the high pixel density of a 1440p screen and smooth gaming without any screen tearing, thanks to FreeSync. Color and contrast was competitive with pricier gaming displays too. 

With its edge-lit backlight, the GNV34DBE also makes a good HDR display, offering a noticeable improvement over your typical SDR monitor. At its low price, the build quality of the stand is lacking. But for a speedy gaming monitor with an effective curve, the Viotek GNV34DBE is a solid deal. 

More: Viotek GNV34DBE review

6. Aorus CV27Q

Best 1440p Gaming Monitor

Specifications

Screen Size & Aspect Ratio: 27 inches, 16:9

Resolution: 2560 x 1440

Panel Type: VA

Refresh Rate: 165 Hz

Response Time (GTG): 1ms

Adaptive-Sync: FreeSync Premium Pro

Reasons to buy

+Contrast+Color accuracy+Speed and responsiveness

Reasons to avoid

-Inaccurate sRGB mode-No image controls for HDR

Gigabyte’s Aorus CV27Q is the best 1440p gaming monitor when it comes to high-speed gaming performance. With its impressive specs, it shined in our input lag and response time tests when pitted against 144 Hz rivals. Sure, you could get slightly better performance from the 1080p version, the Aorus CV27F, but then you wouldn’t be getting that sharper QHD resolution or higher pixel density (109ppi). 

With a VA panel offering 3,000:1 contrast, image quality is no joke either. The CV27Q has a low black level that made image depth look great, particularly with HDR titles. But as far as HDR goes, this monitor only goes up to 400 nits brightness; we prefer HDR displays that hit at least 600 nits.

Bonus features include Aorus’ active noise cancellation (ANC) feature, which uses two mics on the front bezel to reduce background noise others may hear coming from your gaming headset, a 1500R curve and RGB lighting on the back. The Asus ROG Strix XG279Q on this page is a hair faster. 

Read:Aorus CV27Q review 

7. Asus ROG Strix XG279Q

Best 1440p Gaming Monitor Splurge

Specifications

Screen Size & Aspect Ratio: 27 inches, 16:9

Resolution: 2560 x 1440

Panel Type: IPS

Refresh Rate: 144Hz (170 Hz with overclock)

Response Time (GTG): 1ms

Adaptive-Sync: G-Sync Compatible

Reasons to buy

+Excellent dynamic contrast+ELMB blur reduction works in tandem with Adaptive-Sync+Better than average HDR

Reasons to avoid

-Needs calibration for best accuracy

If you have extra room in your budget and want to squeeze out that extra drop of performance from your 1440p screen, the Asus ROG Strix XG27AQ is the best gaming monitor for you. This screen is ready to compete with the speediest of screens, competing well against other 165-170 Hz screens in our response time test and falling just 1-3ms behind in our input lag test.

Out of the box, we recorded solid IPS contrast (1,158.4:1). You’ll want to calibrate to get rid of some visible grayscale tracking errors, but our recommended settings can help you there. Plus, this is also an excellent HDR monitor, thanks to a dynamic contrast feature that bumps contrast up to a whopping 22,506.9:1. 

Not only does it have the sharper resolution of your dreams, but it’s one of the rare monitors to allow you to run blur reduction alonsiger side screen tear-fighting Adaptive-Sync. 

Alternatively, the Asus ROG Strix XG279Q is another fantastic 1440p option with similar performance. But for slightly less money as of writing ($500 versus $570, respectively), the XG279Q features one of the best motion blur implementations we've seen and the rare ability to run motion blur alongside Adaptive-Sync. 

More: Asus ROG Strix XG27AQ review

8. Razer Raptor 27

Best 144Hz Gaming Monitor

Specifications

Screen Size & Aspect Ratio: 27 inches, 16:9

Resolution: 2560 x 1440 @ 144Hz

Panel Type: IPS

Refresh Rate: 144 Hz

Response Time (GTG): 4ms

Adaptive-Sync: G-Sync Compatible, FreeSync

Reasons to buy

+Excellent HDR contrast+Saturated color+Near-100% DCI-P3 coverage+Fantastic style and build quality

Reasons to avoid

-No true sRGB color mode-User must manually switch between SDR and HDR modes

The Razer Raptor 27 is the best gaming monitor for 144Hz refresh rates. It'll make any gamer you know jealous with premium touches, like an RGB stand, flat green cables for cable management and drool-worthy build quality. Plus, HDR delivery is some of the best we’ve seen in an edge-lit panel yet. 

Despite its 144Hz refresh rate, the Raptor 27 was able to stay competitive with 165Hz monitors in our benchmarking. There wasn't significant motion blur, but finicky, pro-level players will have to choose between dealing with it or activating the backlight strobe, which limits you to 120Hz, reduces brightness by 40% and grays out FreeSync and G-Sync Compatibility. 

If you like the Raptor 27's design but want more speed, the 2021 Razer Raptor 27 has  a 165 Hz refresh rate for $100 more. 

More: Razer Raptor 27 review

9. Samsung 27-inch CRG5

Best 240 Hz Gaming Monitor

Specifications

Screen Size & Aspect Ratio: 27 inches, 16:9

Resolution: 1920 x 1080

Panel Type: VA

Refresh Rate: 240 Hz

Response Time (GTG): 4ms

Adaptive-Sync: G-Sync Compatible

Reasons to buy

+Good contrast and color accuracy+240 Hz VA panel+Superb gaming performance

Reasons to avoid

-No USB or speakers

For speed demons, a 240 Hz monitor hits the spot. Up until recently, that level of speed required two things: settling for 1080p resolution and a TN panel. But the Samsung 27-inch CRG5 (there’s also a 24-inch CRG5) is the best gaming monitor in this class. It's special because it manages that speed in our favorite type of LCD panel, VA. Not only does it deliver the high contrast and saturated color that makes VA popular, it’s the fastest monitor we’ve ever tested.

We encountered few flaws during testing. The biggest one in terms of image quality was an inaccurate HDMI Black Level setting. Plus, the only form of Adaptive-Sync is G-Sync Compatibility. But besides those small caveats, our gaming experience was a record-breaking pleasure.

More:Samsung 27-Inch CRG5 review

10. Samsung Odyssey G7 32-Inch

Best 32-inch Gaming Monitor

Specifications

Screen Size & Aspect Ratio: 32 inches, 16:9

Resolution: 2560 x 1440

Panel Type: SVA

Refresh Rate: 240 Hz

Response Time (GTG): 1ms

Adaptive-Sync: G-Sync Compatible, FreeSync Premium Pro

Reasons to buy

+Size and shape ideal for gaming or work+Low input lag

Reasons to avoid

-No speakers

The 32-inch Samsung Odyssey G7 is in a class all its own. It’s one of Samsung’s 1000R screens, meaning it’s one of the curviest gaming monitors you can find on the market. If you’re a fan of the immersive feel of a curved monitor, the 32” Odyssey G7 will elevate this experience even higher. 

At 32 inches, the Odyssey G7’s amazing 1000R curve drew us in, whether we were playing games or doing work. With this curvature we could view productivity apps without any image distortion, and when gaming our vision was filled with the action. The 32-inch, 16:9 build offers ample height for productivity and, coupled with 1440p resolution, hits a sweet spot for gaming. 

In terms of image quality, the 32-inch Odyssey G7 proved accurate before we even calibrated it while boasting a 2,121:1 contrast ratio, according to our testing. 

In our response time benchmarking, this monitor kept up with similarly specced screens, doing justice to the 240Hz category. If you’re looking for high-end speed, image quality and form factor, this is it. 

More:Samsung Odyssey G7 32-inch review 

11. Viotek GFI27DBXA

Best 27-Inch Gaming Monitor

Specifications

Screen Size & Aspect Ratio: 27 inches, 16:9

Resolution: 2560 x 1440

Panel Type: IPS

Refresh Rate: 180 Hz

Response Time (GTG): 1ms

Adaptive-Sync: FreeSync

Reasons to buy

+Best-in-class overdrive means no motion blur+Solid build quality

Reasons to avoid

-Switching to HDR is clunky-Needs calibration for best picture

The 27-inch gaming monitor competition is crowded, but the Viotek GFI27DBXA stands out with an incredibly colorful image that’s also bright and sharp. The 1440p panel covers 101% of the DCI-P3 color space, according to our testing. Contrast, meanwhile, proved comparable to your typical IPS panel, but the dynamic contrast feature helped when gaming. Combined with the wide color coverage, the image impressed during gaming. 

Speed-wise, the GFI27DBXA isi ready to play. In our benchmarks, it showed a competitive 6ms response time. With a 180 Hz refresh rate, it fell behind 165 and 170 Hz screens from more premium brands but only by 2-6ms. Plus, its overdrive is one of the best we’ve seen, ensuring zero perceivable delay for mainstream players. Plus, the monitor feels strong and reliable, despite its lower price.

For a strong alternative, consider the MSI Optix MAG272CQR, which may also be cheaper.

More: Viotek GFI27DBXA review  

12. Samsung 49-Inch Odyssey G9

Best Ultrawide Gaming Monitor

Specifications

Screen Size & Aspect Ratio: 49 inches / 32:9

Resolution: 5120 x 1440

Panel Type: SVA (VA)

Refresh Rate: 240 Hz

Response Time (GTG): 1ms

Adaptive-Sync : G-Sync Compatible, FreeSync

Reasons to buy

+Accurate color out of the box+Tight curve delivers maximum immersion

Reasons to avoid

-No motion blur reduction-No speakers

The Samsung 49-Inch Odyssey G9 is one of the most extreme monitors on this page. Not only is it a massive 49 inches diagonally, it also carries a 1000R curve, the most dramatic curve offered on a gaming monitor today. From a 2-3-feet distance, this panel will entirely fill your view. It’s like having two 27-inch, 1440p monitors in one.You'll need nearly 4 feet of desk width and 17 inches of depth to accommodate it, but if you do, you’ll enjoy a wraparound gaming environment without image distortion. Looking for a smaller ultrawide? The Acer Predator X38 is also excellent. 

Testing of the 49-Inch Odyssey G9 revealed excellent contrast (2,152.9:1 after calibration), which climbed to 58,881.7:1 when it came to HDR testing. This is a bright monitor with a sharp picture and accurate DCI-P3 and sRGB color. 

At this price though, we’d expect a little more. The monitor doesn’t offer any blur reduction; although, we typically opt for Adaptive-Sync over motion blur reduction and motion blur shouldn’t be an issue if you have a powerful enough graphics card. You also don’t get any speakers or, oddly, a framerate counter. But with solid image quality and a whole lot of speed for an ultrawide, some sacrifices are worth making.

More: Samsung 49-Inch Odyssey G9 review 

13. ViewSonic Elite XG350R-C

Best Budget Ultrawide Gaming Monitor

Specifications

Screen Size & Aspect Ratio: 35 inches, 16:9

Resolution: 3440 x 1440

Panel Type: VA

Refresh Rate: 100 Hz

Response Time (GTG): 3ms

Adaptive-Sync: FreeSync

Reasons to buy

+Excellent contrast and accurate color+Fast response from 100 Hz refresh rate+Good build quality+Loud speakers

Reasons to avoid

-No additional contrast in HDR mode-No extended color

Currently going for $660, the ViewSonic Elite XG350R-C is cheaper than many other 35-inch ultrawides and ultrawides with less features (there’s even RGB lighting on the back of the XG350R-C). But what you’ll really love about the the XG350R-C is its vivid and accurate color that makes textures pop, skin tones look natural and everything look more realistic. 

If you want life-changing HDR or to use HDR with Adaptive-Sync, look elsewhere. But in addition to a 21:9 aspect ratio, the Elite XG350R-C employs an 1800mm curve radius that engulfed us with strong image quality, making for an immersive ultrawide experience. 

More:

Sours: https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/best-gaming-monitors,4533.html

Best G-Sync Monitor 2021: Gaming Displays Made for Nvidia GPUs

There are few things worse in gaming than having your powerful system connected to a great looking monitor only for the two of them to sync up poorly and render your games a sloppy mess as the screen draws partial frames during each refresh. That's just what can happen without some sort of syncing technology enabled. A G-Sync monitor paired with an Nvidia graphics card will do a better job than just about anything else at avoiding that scenario.

With the proper setup, a G-Sync monitor will slow down and speed up (to an extent) its refresh rate to match whatever framerate your computer is able to deliver. It thereby ensures each frame your computer sends will be shown in its entirety on your screen. What does that mean for you? Clear imagery in your games regardless of your computer's ability to keep a stable frame rate. G-Sync also manages to avoid the issues of standard V-Sync, which can introduce noticeable latency.

So, if you've got a PC running on an Nvidia graphics card, you owe it to yourself to check out a G-Sync monitor. Below, you'll find everything from ultra-fast, 240Hz monitors to more affordable FreeSync displays that can support G-Sync nonetheless – and click here to see them in the UK. You'll also find a few of our picks in eBay's certified refurbished gaming monitor section.

TL;DR – These are the Best G-Sync Gaming Monitors:

1. ViewSonic Elite XG270Q

Best G-Sync Gaming Monitor

ViewSonic Elite XG270Q

Screen size: 27" ● Aspect ratio: 16:9 ● Resolution: 2,560 x 1,440 ● Panel type: IPS G-Sync Compatible ● Brightness: 400cd/m2 ● Refresh rate: 165Hz ● Response time: 1ms ● Viewing angle: 178(H)/178(V) ● Contrast ratio: 1,000:1 ● Color support: 10-bit (8-bit + FRC), 127% sRGB, 95% DCI-P3 ● Inputs: 2 x HDMI 2.0, 1 x DisplayPort 1.4 ● Weight: 17.4 pounds ● Size: 24.2" x 18.06" x 10.4"

We’ve been fans of the ViewSonic Elite XG270QG (read our review) for some time, but ViewSonic’s XG270Q just made it even better with a few minor upgrades that just spark that little extra bit of joy. Where the XG270Q’s predecessor needed its panel overclocked to go beyond 144Hz, this newer model is built specifically for a 165Hz refresh rate, and it delivers that alongside a 1ms response time on a fast IPS panel.

The ViewSonic Elite XG270Q isn’t just faster, though. It’s also brighter, now offering a 400-nit peak brightness and earning DisplayHDR 400 certification. The ViewSonic Elite XG270Q will be right at home in a multi-system setup, too, with two HDMI 2.0 ports to support 1440p/144Hz gaming on the likes of the Xbox Series X/S while the DisplayPort connection supports 1440p/165Hz for a Gaming PC. And, of course, whatever your frame rate, you’ll enjoy G-Sync support to keep your visuals crystal clear.

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2. ViewSonic Elite XG270

Best Budget G-Sync Monitor

Viewsonic Elite XG270

Screen size: 27" ● Aspect ratio: 16:9 ● Resolution: 1,920 x 1,080 ● Panel type: Fast IPS FreeSync, G-Sync Compatible ● Brightness: 400cd/m2 ● Refresh rate: 240Hz ● Response time: 1ms ● Viewing angle: 178(H)/178(V) ● Contrast ratio: 1,000:1 ● Color support: 16.7M, 8-bit ● Inputs: 2 x HDMI 2.0, 1 x DisplayPort 1.2 ● Weight: 17.42 pounds ● Size: 24.2" x 18.1 x 10.4"

Not only is the ViewSonic Elite XG270 a fairly affordable alternative to its sharper sibling that tops this list, but it actually manages to have a few edges on the 1440p model. The ViewSonic Elite XG270 has a 1080p, IPS display, giving it good color and modest sharpness. But, where it manages to truly impress at its price point is in its speed and brightness. This monitor musters a 400-nit peak brightness, which is fairly high for a budget display, and gives the XG270 room to offer HDR10 support (albeit not in all circumstances).

The XG270 becomes extra exceptional when we take into account the 240Hz refresh rate. That's blisteringly fast, with very few monitors going any faster than that. Landing that clear IPS picture with support for G-Sync and the insane 240Hz is great, but getting it for under $500 is even more impressive.

3. Samsung CRG5 Curved Gaming Monitor

The Best 1080p G-Sync Monitor

Samsung C27RG5 Curved Gaming Monitor
Samsung C27RG5 Curved Gaming Monitor

Screen size: 27" ● Aspect ratio: 16:9 ● Resolution: 1,920 x 1,080 ● Panel type: VA G-Sync ● Brightness: 300cd/m2 ● Refresh rate: 240Hz ● Response time: 1ms ● Viewing angle: 178(H)/178(V) ● Contrast ratio: 3,000:1 ● Color support: 8-bit ● Inputs: 2 x HDMI 2.0, 1 x DisplayPort 1.2 ● Weight: 10.14 pounds ● Size: 22.3" x 18.6" x 0.82"

Unlike the majority of 240Hz gaming monitors out there, Samsung CRG5 Curved Gaming Monitor uses a VA panel, which means super-fast response times and high refresh rates without having to sacrifice wide color gamut and wide viewing angles. It’s pricey for a 1080p monitor, at $400, but it's well worth it.

To get the most out of this blisteringly fast 1080p gaming monitor, you'll want to pair it with a high-power graphics card and get those super-high frame rates. G-Sync will also help you maintain the smoothest gameplay possible.

4. Alienware 27 Gaming Monitor (AW2721D)

Best 1440p G-Sync Gaming Monitor

Alienware AW2721D

Screen size: 27" ● Aspect ratio: 16:9 ● Resolution: 2,560 x 1,440 ● Panel type: IPS G-Sync Ultimate ● Peak Brightness: 600cd/m2 ● Refresh rate: 240Hz ● Response time: 1ms ● Viewing angle: 178(H)/178(V) ● Contrast ratio: 1,000:1 ● Color support: 1.07B ● Inputs: 2 x HDMI 2.0, 1 x DisplayPort 1.4 ● Weight: 13.89 pounds ● Size: 23.93" x 17.45 x 9.92"

There's a lot to like about 1440p. It delivers a much sharper image than 1080p but it's not nearly as hard to drive as a 4K image. But, for some time now, you were stuck with 1080p monitors if you wanted to really cruise. That changes with the Alienware 27 Gaming Monitor AW2721D (read our review). This beast gives you the 1440p resolution you want alongside the 240Hz refresh rate you crave. There hasn't been a combination this sweet since the combination Pizza Hut and Taco Bell.

The Alienware 27 Gaming Monitor is rich with other features too. You'll be getting an IPS Display with G-Sync Ultimate, so you don't have to worry about poor viewing angles or screen tearing marring your visual experience. With a 10-bit color depth and DisplayHDR 600, you'll also be getting into serious HDR territory, so your competitive games will look great and your AAA games will look even better.

5. LG UltraGear 27GN950-B

The Best 4K G-Sync Gaming Monitor

LG UltraGear 27GN950-B

Screen size: 27" ● Aspect ratio: 16:9 ● Resolution: 3,840 x 2,160 ● Panel type: IPS FreeSync Premium Pro, G-Sync Compatible ● HDR compatibility: HDR10,DisplayHDR 600 ● Brightness: 600cd/m2 ● Refresh rate: 144Hz ● Response time: 1ms ● Viewing angle: 178(H)/178(V) ● Contrast ratio: 1,000:1 ● Color support: 1.07B, 10-bit (8-bit + FRC) ● Inputs: 2 x HDMI 2.0, 1 x DisplayPort 1.4 ● Weight: 16.91 pounds ● Size: 23.89" x 18.09" x 11.5"

With the latest Nvidia RTX 3080 offering more performance in 4K than its predecessors, there's more reason than ever to consider a 4K monitor with G-Sync. The last thing you'd want is to have your otherwise immaculate 4K picture marred by screen tearing. So, to give you both a 4K resolution and official G-Sync compatibility, you'll want the LG UltraGear 27GN950-B (read our review). This premium monitor is ready for whatever you can throw at it, as its 4K IPS panel can run at 144Hz. Heck, you might not max out the display's capabilities even with a future RTX 40-series graphics cards when they come out.

Over DisplayPort, you'll have support for the full 4K/144Hz signal with a 10-bit color depth, G-Sync, and even HDR. Don't sleep on that HDR either, as the UltraGear 27GN950-B's 600-nit peak brightness can offer far more stunning visuals than a typical gaming monitor. A pair of HDMI ports will let you connect the monitor to the latest consoles while enjoying FreeSync as well.

6. Asus ROG Strix XG349C

Best Ultrawide G-Sync Monitor

Asus ROG Strix XG349C

Screen size: 34" 1900R ● Aspect ratio: 21:9 ● Resolution: 3,440 x 1,440 ● Panel type: IPS G-Sync compatible ● HDR compatibility: DisplayHDR 400 ● Brightness: 400cd/m2 ● Refresh rate: 180Hz ● Response time: 1ms ● Viewing angle: 178(H)/178(V) ● Contrast ratio: 1,000:1 ● Color support: 1.07B, 10-bit (8-bit+FRC) ● Inputs: 1 x HDMI 2.0, 1 x DisplayPort 1.4 ● Weight: 20.28 pounds ● Size: 32.08" x 16.18" x 10.98"

You want G-Sync support on an ultrawide? The Asus ROG Strix XG349C brings it in style. This ultrawide gaming monitor stretches out a sharp, IPS panel with a subtle curve in front of you. It’s got a strong brightness level at 400 nits and a 10-bit color depth to help make HDR content pop. Asus also gives it some room to run with a 180Hz refresh rate that’s three times the speed of your typical non-gaming monitor.

The Asus ROG Strix XG349C adds a bit of convenience if you use it with multiple machines. It has a USB-C hub integrated into the monitor as well as a KVM switch. This will let you use the display with a desktop computer and laptop and easily switch between the two while letting a keyboard and mouse plugged into the monitor also switch between devices.

7. Asus TUF Gaming VG27AQL1A

Best FreeSync Gaming Monitor for G-Sync

Asus TUF Gaming VG27AQL1A
Asus TUF Gaming VG27AQL1A

Screen size: 27" ● Aspect ratio: 16:9 ● Resolution: 2,560 x ,1440 ● Panel type: IPS FreeSync, G-Sync Compatible ● Brightness: 470cd/m2 ● Refresh rate: 170Hz ● Response time: 1ms ● Viewing angle: 178(H)/178(V) ● Contrast ratio: 1,000:1 ● Color support: 1.07B, 10-bit ● Inputs: 2 x HDMI 2.0, 1 x DisplayPort 1.2 ● Weight: 14.55 pounds ● Size: 24.2" x 15.9" x 8.46"

True G-Sync comes at a price, but there's a lot to be said for FreeSync monitors that support G-Sync. In that regard, the Asus TUF Gaming VG27AQL1A is the monitor to beat. It's not only ready to game smoothly on AMD graphics cards but also on Nvidia cards, as it's officially G-Sync Compatible. And, just how smooth are we talking? Well, it boasts a 170Hz refresh rate at maximum. But to use G-Sync, you'll need to dial it down to 144Hz, where it can offer an adaptive refresh rate from 48Hz to 144Hz.

That speed and sync is only half the picture. You're also getting a bright IPS panel with a 10-bit color depth. Those specs will lend themselves not only to easier visibility but also to some basic HDR performance. The monitor earns DisplayHDR400 certification and supports HDR10. This all makes it a great contender to serve as your gaming monitor for both your PC and the latest consoles.

8. LG UltraGear 38GN950-B

Best HDR G-Sync Gaming Monitor

LG UltraGear 38GN950-B

Screen size: 37.5" ● Aspect ratio: 21:9 ● Resolution: 3,840 x 1,600 ● Panel type: Nano IPS FreeSync Premium Pro, Nvidia G-Sync Compatible ● HDR compatibility: HDR10, DisplayHDR 600 ● Brightness: 600cd/m2 ● Refresh rate: 144Hz ● Response time: 1ms ● Viewing angle: 178(H)/178(V) ● Contrast ratio: 1,000:1 ● Color support: 1.07B. 10-bit (8-bit + FRC) ● Inputs: 2 x HDMI 2.0, 1 x DisplayPort 1.4 ● Weight: 20.28 pounds ● Size: 35.4" x 18.8" x 12.3"

The LG UltraGear 38GN950-B offers a display with cinematic proportions backed by some quality HDR visuals. This monitor stretches wide at 37.5 inches and boasts an 3,840 x 1,600 resolution making it larger and sharper than your average ultrawide gaming monitor.

The Nano IPS panel on this display can run fast at 144Hz natively or bump up to 160Hz with an overclock, and it comes back with Nvidia G-Sync compatibility to keep running smooth. A 600-nit peak brightness alongside 10-bit color and HDR10 support give this monitor some serious visual quality. And, Sphere Lighting 2.0 can sync the light ring on the back of the monitor with audio or video for colorful bias lighting behind the monitor

9. Asus ROG Swift PG259QN

The G-Sync Gaming Monitor for Esports

Asus ROG Swift PG259QN

Screen size: 24.5" ● Aspect ratio: 16:9 ● Resolution: 1,920 x 1,080 ● Panel type: IPS G-Sync ● Brightness: 430cd/m2 ● Refresh rate: 360Hz ● Response time: 2ms ● Viewing angle: 178(H)/178(V) ● Contrast ratio: 1,200:1 ● Color support: 1.07B, 10-bit (8-bit + FRC) ● Inputs: 1 x HDMI 2.0, 1 x DisplayPort 1.4 ● Weight: 15.65 pounds ● Size: 21.93" x 14.92" x 9.72"

If you're serious about your esports, you probably want to do everything possible to get more speed out of your gaming system and monitor. So, for the monitor half of that equation, the Asus ROG Swift PG259QN is what you're going to want. While everyone else is chasing down 120Hz, 144Hz or maybe even 240Hz, the Asus ROG Swift PG259QN has zoomed past the competition with a 360Hz panel for all the speed your gaming rig can deliver.

It's not just the refresh rate that makes this a killer monitor, though that's the key aspect. In addition, it has a Full HD resolution with support for 10-bit color and a high enough brightness level to offer an HDR picture. So, you'll be able to game at high speeds with a heightened bar for quality. And, thanks to true G-Sync, you can rest assured that you'll get a tear-free experience even if your system isn't hitting a constant 360fps.

10. LG 65" Class C1 Series Smart OLED 4K TV (OLED65C1PUB)

Best G-Sync Gaming TV

LG OLED65C1PUB

Screen size: 64.5" ● Aspect ratio: 16:9 ● Resolution: 3,840 x 2,160 ● Panel Type: OLED G-Sync, FreeSync ● HDR Compatibility: Dolby Vision (IQ), HDR10, HLG ● Refresh Rate: 120Hz ● Color support: 1.07B, 10-bit ● Inputs: 4 x HDMI 2.1, 1 x RF ● Weight: 71.9 pounds ● Size: 57" x 33.9" x 9.9"

What's something all the gaming monitors you'll find tend to lack? That's right, massive OLED panels. If you're willing to go TV-sized for your gaming "monitor," then you'll want to go for the 65-inch LG C1 (you can go a bit smaller if you want, but 48 inches is the smallest option so far).

The LG C1 will give you a 4K picture and it can run at a fast 120Hz for smooth gaming visuals. While 120Hz might not sound super fast given what some gaming monitors manage, the response time of OLED pixels is exceptional, so the combination of fluid visuals and a lack of overshoot or pixel persistence will make for a great picture. And, it's all rounded out by support for G-Sync with a 40-120Hz variable refresh rate range. Plus, you'll be getting a top-notch HDR experience from the display, which doesn't require any lag-inducing backlight processing to deliver it. And, if you ever want to game without headphones, the speakers on pretty much any monitor will be blown out of the water by the speakers on this TV.

Where to Get the Best G-Sync Monitor in the UK

Thankfully all of the best monitors listed are also available to pick up in the UK. The retailers will certainly be different, but each and every one of the G-Sync displays we've mentioned can be purchased on the other side of the pond as well. Typically, most of these can be found on sites like Amazon, Currys PC World, Overclockers, and more. Funnily enough, Dell even stocks its own products, such as this 24-Inch Gaming Monitor, one of the best options for those on a tight budget.

What to look for in a G-Sync Gaming Monitor

A little background: G-Sync is Nvidia’s proprietary technology for variable refresh rate (VRR) monitors. The company embeds a display controller in the monitor (which makes it cost a little more) and then it can sync the monitor's refresh rate with the frame output from any modern Nvidia graphics card (Kepler or newer). If you’ve got an AMD graphics card, a G-Sync monitor will just act like a normal monitor and you'll need a FreeSync display instead.

So what is VRR? Basically, a normal monitor is locked to a single refresh rate—that’s the number of times per second that it changes the color and brightness of the pixels on the screen. Your graphics card draws a frame and then waits until the monitor’s next refresh cycle to display it. This has the effect of making your game jump frame rate between even multiples of the display’s refresh: with a 144Hz monitor, your games will run at 144fps, for example (if you have the right hardware or powerful enough prebuilt PC, of course).

With VRR technology, the monitor refreshes whenever the graphics card is done drawing the next frame.

Disabling Vsync will also allow your graphics card to run as fast as possible on any monitor, but it produces an ugly visual artifact called tearing, where the monitor displays partially-drawn frames on top of the previous frame. With VRR technology (G-Sync or FreeSync), the monitor refreshes whenever the graphics card has drawn the next frame. So your monitor and game might max out at 60Hz, but if your game is running at 52fps, the monitor will refresh at 52Hz, drawing the frame immediately instead of waiting for the next 60Hz cycle. So you’ll see the frame rate your graphics card is capable of, not a big downgrade to 30fps.

As a final reminder: there are two VRR technologies gamers should know about: G-Sync and FreeSync. G-Sync is Nvidia's proprietary technology and only works with Nvidia graphics cards. FreeSync is AMD’s brand for a VRR technology built on top of the VESA standard and only works with AMD GPUs. G-Sync requires extra hardware in the monitor, driving monitors costs up but maintains consistently high quality. FreeSync requires no special hardware and thus monitors are typically cheaper, but quality control is a little less consistent.

G-Sync on a FreeSync Display?

At CES 2019, Nvidia announced its intention to encroach on AMD's turf with its G-Sync Compatible initiative. Basically, Nvidia is testing existing FreeSync equipped monitors with its latest G-Sync drivers.

The new driver went live in January with 12 FreeSync monitors certified as G-Sync compatible, and thanks to another three being added during Computex the number of G-Sync compatible monitors on the list has increased to 28. That's huge news for anyone running a FreeSync monitor or looking for a less expensive solution to G-Sync. More importantly, if users find themselves playing games with an RTX- or GTX-powered gaming PC and an Xbox One X, they won't have to choose between either a G-Sync or FreeSync display, since each of the monitors we've included on this list work with either variable refresh rate technology.

There are also more G-Sync compatible FreeSync monitors than Nvidia has tested. You can manually set most FreeSync monitors to work with Nvidia GPUs and G-Sync. One such display is the Viotek GFT27DB, which we recently reviewed. It isn’t on the compatibility list, but it played nice with G-Sync during testing.

If you're looking to get the most out of your PC's display, be sure to check out our guide to the best 4K gaming monitors, the top graphics cards of 2019, or for absolutely blazing frame rates, our guide to the best 240hz monitors.

Kevin Lee is IGN's Hardware and Roundups Editor. Follow him on Twitter @baggingspam

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The best G-Sync monitors in 2021

The best G-Sync monitor ensures your Nvidia graphics card has all the tools it requires for smooth, silky gameplay. Ever since Nvidia G-Sync tech started becoming a household monitor feature in 2013, it's still the best option to prevent screen tearing and display stuttering when gaming.

G-Sync is Nvidia's frame synchronization technology, which uses dedicated monitor processing to attune your monitor's refresh rate to your graphics card's output for a smooth gaming experience. You need an Nvidia GPU to make this happen, and those are pretty hard to find right now. 

You've probably seen gaming monitors proudly display they're G-Sync Ready or G-Sync Compatible. These kinds of monitors include no dedicated silicon, so they'll often be a cheaper option. For best results on an Nvidia-bound setup, find one that's been certified by Nvidia. The added benefit here is that they also offer support for AMD's competing FreeSync technology. 

While G-Sync features work with some FreeSync monitors, the reverse isn't true—AMD's use of VESA's Adaptive Sync technology won't work on a G-Sync monitor. So if you have an AMD graphics card or are planning on getting one, we picked out some of our favorite FreeSync monitors at the bottom of the page. 

Best G-Sync monitors

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1. Asus ROG Swift PG279Q

Best G-Sync monitor for gaming at 1440p

Specifications

Screen size: 27-inch

Panel type: IPS

Aspect ratio: 16:9

Resolution: 2560 x 1440

Response time: 4 ms

Refresh rate: 144 Hz (overclocks to 165 Hz)

Weight: 15.4 lbs

Reasons to buy

+1440p with 144Hz refresh rate, overclockable to 165Hz+Extremely fast refresh, low input lag for an IPS screen

Reasons to avoid

-Requires calibration for best picture.

This 27-inch monitor has a 2560x1440 resolution, which is a sweet spot for gaming right now: offering much more than a standard HD display but not being as potentially draining or demanding as a 4K screen. The results are super sharp-looking games that don't require a ridiculous GPU setup. Plus, you can still get the 'usual' refresh rates as standard that we're all used to, which is always a bit lacking in 4K screens (unless you have a seriously healthy budget to burn). 

As for its more practical qualities, it supports DisplayPort 1.2a and HDMI 1.4 (one of each). If you want the best-performing screen at the highest resolution, but without the staggering price tag (see: Acer Predator X27—though that is an excellent screen too), then this is the monitor for you. It'll last you ages and get you a fast, responsive display, with a high resolution, all with that great G-Sync tech thrown in, too.

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2. Alienware AW3420DW

Best curved G-Sync monitor

Specifications

Screen size: 34-inch

Panel type: IPS

Aspect ratio: 21:9

Resolution: 3440 x 1440

Response time: 4 ms

Refresh rate: 120 Hz

Weight: 16 lbs

Reasons to buy

+Brilliantly fast for a superwide monitor+Sleek design for a large monitor

Reasons to avoid

-No HDR-Contrast ratio & black uniformity aren't the best

A tremendous curved option, the Alienware AW3420DW is on the more compact end of the spectrum. It is, of course, G-Sync enabled, has a 100Hz refresh rate (that can be overclocked to 120Hz), and offers up a gorgeous 34-inch diagonal with a native resolution of 3440x1440. Combined, this tends to give your games an epic feel, particularly third-person titles. 

Away from the cold hard specs, this is one of the monitors that also wins on the design front. It's sleek and impressive in its design aesthetic, with ultra-thin bezels and a stand that doesn't impose on your desk in finish or size. If you're after a super smooth and sleek G-sync monitor from a recognized manufacturer with high standards, then Alienware's screen is undoubtedly worth your consideration.

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3. Acer Predator XB273K

The best bang for buck G-Sync monitors

Specifications

Screen size: 27-inch

Panel type: IPS

Aspect ratio: 16:9

Resolution: 3840 x 2160

Response time: 4 ms

Refresh rate: 120 Hz (overclocked to 144 Hz)

Connectivity: 5 x USB 3.0

Weight: 15.9 lbs

Reasons to buy

+Excellent picture quality+Great for gaming+Good menu options

Reasons to avoid

-Minimum-spec HDR

Housing Nvidia’s tech alongside a 4K resolution and HDR tech means that this is an absolute beast of a monitor that will give you the best of, well, everything. And by everything, we mean everything. Its 144Hz IPS panel is made better by Acer’s integrated VisionCare technology that will aim to protect your retinas—plus, it looks damn good. 

The Predator XB273K is one for those who want everything now and want to future-proof themselves in the years ahead. It might not have the same HDR heights that its predecessor, the X27, had, but it offers everything else for a much-reduced price tag. Therefore, the value it provides is incredible, even if it is still a rather sizeable investment. 

Read our full Acer Predator XB273K review.

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4. Acer Predator XB321HK

Best G-Sync monitor for high-end graphics setups

Specifications

Screen size: 32-inch

Panel type: IPS

Aspect ratio: 16:9

Resolution: 3840 x 2160

Response time: 4 ms

Refresh rate: 60 Hz

Weight: 24.9 lbs

Reasons to buy

+Great size for a 4K resolution+Brilliant colors and contrasts

Reasons to avoid

-Low refresh rate

A common obstacle when searching for a new display—especially in the 4K panel realm—is the trade-off of a high refresh rate for a greater pixel count. Such is the case with the Acer Predator XB321HK, with its relatively low refresh rate of 60Hz, the same as most 4K TVs.

The 32-inch IPS panel is laudably bright and clear, giving you vivid images and a large enough screen to make the most of the 3840x2160 resolution. It doesn’t have HDR, however. And while you’d probably expect that on a 4K TV, its non-appearance here is not really a problem and only serves to keep the cost down. 

With the Predator XB321HK, Acer is offering a sublime value for a 4K G-Sync monitor. If you’re not put off by the compromise in refresh rate, this is still a great gaming G-Sync monitor that’ll be a worthy upgrade option.

Freesync monitor alternatives

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1. Alienware AW2521HF

Best 240Hz Freesync gaming monitor

Specifications

Screen size: 25-inch

Panel type: IPS

Aspect ratio: 16:9

Resolution: 1920 x 1080

Response time: 1 ms

Refresh rate: 240 Hz

Weight: 20 lbs

Reasons to buy

+Great Contrast+Fast 240Hz panel+Both G-Sync & FreeSync compatible 

There are fast gaming monitors and then there are fast gaming monitors. This Alienware 25 gaming monitor falls under the latter. The AW2521HF is one of the better FreeSync monitors you can buy right now if your life is all about competitive shooters. 

This 1080p display is geared toward esports with a 240Hz refresh rate and a 1ms response time. Another thing we like about Alienware's offering is that it uses an IPS panel over TN which means you'll get viewing angles and, more importantly, great color. 

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2. BenQ EL2870U

Best budget Freesync 4K monitor

Specifications

Screen size: 28-inch

Panel type: TN

Aspect ratio: 16:9

Resolution: 3840 x 2160

Response time: 1ms

Refresh rate: 60 Hz

Weight: 15.9 lbs

Reasons to buy

+Affordable 4K HDR+Built-in stereo speakers+Solid response time

Reasons to avoid

-Only 60Hz refresh

The BenQ EL2870U is a killer budget 4K monitor. It's a high quality, robust model for starters, but it also boasts 4K and HDR support. Plus, it's very affordable. 

It is only a TN panel, which means you're dealing with limited viewing angles, but it makes up for this in other areas. Its response time competes with the best of them, at 1ms. The HDR can be toggled on/off with a touch of a button too.

Since it regularly goes on sale for less than its already-reasonable list price. If your search is limited to Freesync monitors, then this would be our top 4K pick, and a challenge for our top overall pick.

Read our full BenQ EL2870U review.

Jorge is a hardware writer from the enchanted lands of New Jersey. When he's not filling the office with the smell of Pop-Tarts, he's reviewing all sorts of gaming hardware from headsets to game pads. He's been covering games and tech for nearly ten years and has written for Dualshockers, WCCFtech, and Tom's Guide.

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The 6 Best 1440p Gaming Monitors - Fall 2021 Reviews

The best 1440p gaming monitor with native FreeSync support that we've tested is the Samsung LC32G75TQSNXZA. It's an excellent gaming model that comes in a 27 inch and a 32 inch size, so you can choose whichever suits you best. Although we expect both sizes to perform about the same, they have the same native resolution, so the larger size has a lower pixel density, and text won't be as sharp as the smaller model.

It has a very fast refresh rate, resulting in exceptionally clear motion. It's also very consistent, performing almost identically at lower refresh rates, great for console gamers. It also has incredibly low input lag for a responsive gaming experience. It supports FreeSync variable refresh rate technology natively, but it's certified by NVIDIA to work with their G-SYNC Compatible mode, so it's a versatile monitor. Sadly, there are some issues with its VRR implementation, but most of them have been fixed or at least have viable workarounds available.

While its high contrast ratio is great, it does come at the cost of narrow viewing angles that make images look washed out when viewed from the side, which isn't ideal for playing co-op games. On the bright side, it has quite a few additional features, like two USB 3.0 ports and a Picture-in-Picture mode that lets you display signals from two input sources at once. Overall, it's an excellent gaming monitor that should please casual and serious gamers.

See our review

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