The Gigabyte G32QC represents the budget gaming monitor genre very well. With strong specs, it offers near-premium gaming performance and lots of screen real estate for a surprisingly low price.
The MSI Optix MAG321CURV gaming monitor delivers 4K in a 32-inch curved VA panel. It’s aimed at gamers on a budget, so it leaves a few features out.
A massive gaming monitor with 1,000 nits, HDR and Adaptive-Sync, the ROG Swift PG34UQ offers impressive image quality.
Viotek’s GNV34DBE ultra-wide HDR gaming monitor delivers excellent performance for the money and is a great match for budget and mid-price gaming rigs.
The Asus TUF Gaming VG289Q breaks price barriers for 4K HDR monitors. It’s a 28-inch IPS screen with FreeSync, extended color and decent gaming cred.
Our display benchmarks help you decide what screen to put on your desktop. In order to provide greater insight into our PC monitor testing methods, we’re running down our procedures step-by-step.
The AOC CU34G2X combines a 34-inch 21:9 curved VA panel with 144Hz, Adaptive-Sync and HDR. It promises high performance for gamers seeking the immersion of an ultra-wide display.
The Asus ProArt PA32UCX 32-inch mini-LED 4K HDR monitor boasts the best image quality we’ve seen on a computer display, and it's packed with some impressive tech, including Dolby Vision.
What constitutes the ultimate gaming monitor? How about 4K with 144Hz, HDR, DCI color and G-Sync? The Asus ROG Swift PG27UQ packs all that into a 27-inch IPS panel.
BenQ’s EW3280U is a 32-inch 4K monitor with AMD FreeSync, unofficial G-Sync Compatibility, HDR and excellent out-of-box color with nearly full DCI-P3 coverage.
We compare G-Sync versus FreeSync to find out whether Nvidia or AMD’s adaptive refresh rate technology is best for your PC monitor.
Though it doesn’t deliver any image enhancement in HDR mode, the Gigabyte Aorus FI27Q does render a superb picture with rich, saturated and accurate color and 165Hz Adaptive-Sync.
The XL2411P delivers 144Hz and motion blur reduction in a solidly built chassis at a low price. A TN panel at 1080p promises responsive gameplay and fast frame rates.
The 35-inch Monoprice Zero-G has image quality topping the vendor's other monitors and sports excellent build quality. It’s one of the best values in a 21:9 curved screen we’ve seen to date.
With 165Hz, FreeSync 2 HDR, excellent contrast and accurate color, the Dell S3220DGF is well-suited for just about anything.
BenQ's EL2870U is a TN panel with HDR10 support and FreeSync that offers good value to gamers and entertainment buffs alike.
Samsung offers something truly interesting in its 49-inch CHG90 monitor. Debating a multi-screen setup? This bad boy can replace two 27-inch 16:9 monitors.
Today, we’re looking at our first HDR-capable gaming monitor, BenQ’s EX3501R. It’s a 35” VA panel with an 1800R curve, 3440x1440 resolution, FreeSync to 100Hz, and HDR10 support.
The Samsung UR59C 32-inch curved 4K monitor has stunning image quality, and when driven by a fast graphics card it delivers solid gameplay.