With a few tweaks, the Viotek SUW49DA ultrawide gaming monitor delivers a superb picture with more color than most rivals.
The Samsung Odyssey G7 C32G75T 32-inch gaming monitor has an extreme 1000R curve and other premium specs to match, resulting in competition-level gaming performance with low input lag.
The Pixio P277 Prime offers solid gaming performance and fast frame rates for the money but is lacking when it comes to HDR.
The Gigabyte G27F 27-inch monitor delivers smooth and responsive gaming at 144 Hz. It’s a no-frills display that promises great value for budget systems.
The Acer ConceptD CM3271K packs multiple color modes, HDR and FreeSync into a high-quality IPS panel that's more affordable than similar 4K professional monitors.
The MSI Optix MAG273R 27-inch gaming monitor isn’t perfect, but if you’re looking for a lot of speed for a little money, it’s a great choice.
The Asus ROG Swift PG259QN 360Hz monitor is the fastest we’ve ever tested. The screen can help make you a better gamer -- if you can afford it.
Asus’ ROG Strix XG27UQ packs Adaptive-Sync, extended color and HDR into a hyper-fast IPS panel. It’s one of only a handful of gaming monitors delivering 144Hz at 4K.
With only minor flaws, the Pixio PX247 gaming monitor is a standout in the price/performance contest. It provides a gaming experience far better than its price suggests.
The Asus TUF Gaming VG259QM monitors packs a 280Hz refresh rate and Adaptive-Sync into a 25-inch IPS panel with premium build quality and accurate color.
With few flaws, the ViewSonic Elite XG270QC is one of the best gaming monitors we’ve seen in the sub-$500 category.
The Viotek GFI27QXA is a decent value among 144Hz 4K gaming monitors. If you can accept its perks, it's a great 27-incher.
The HP Omen 27i gaming monitor delivers a huge, accurate color gamut at 165 Hz. 1440p resolution and an IPS screen deliver a stunning image.
We compare FreeSync versus G-Sync to find out whether Nvidia or AMD’s adaptive refresh rate technology is best for your PC monitor.
The Pixio PX278 needs some tweaking but can ultimately provide vivid color and decent contrast at 1440p resolution. It’s a great value choice in 27-inch gaming monitors.
With only minor flaws, the Cooler Master GM27-CF gaming monitor offers speedy performance at entry-level pricing. But the 200 Hz overclock is questionable.
The BenQ PD2700U monitor delivers professional-grade performance at a reasonable price. We test out the 27-inch IPS panel with 4K resolution, HDR and factory-certified calibration.
Cooler Master’s GM34-CW 34-inch Curved Ultra-Wide Gaming Monitor has one of the largest color gamuts we’ve ever measured. But does it offer enough performance to tempt hardcore gamers?
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.