The ViewSonic XG2431 delivers 240 Hz and Adaptive-Sync in a 24-inch IPS panel with 1080p resolution. It also sports Adaptive-Sync and solid build quality at an attractive price.
The ViewSonic Elite XG320U is a 32-inch Ultra HD gaming monitor with 144 Hz, 150 Hz overclock, Adaptive-Sync, HDR and a huge color gamut.
If you’re looking for budget speed, the Lenovo G25-10 sports 144 Hz and Adaptive-Sync at a low price. With solid performance and accurate color, it delivers excellent value.
Dell’s S3222HG is a 32-inch curved VA FHD 165 Hz gaming monitor with extended color, Adaptive-Sync and a low price.
Pixio challenges the screen size-to-dollar ratio with the PXC325. It’s a 32-inch VA panel with FHD resolution, 165 Hz, Adaptive-Sync, HDR and extended color for less than $300.
The Philips Momentum 559M1RYV is a 55-inch 4K VA panel with 144Hz, Adaptive-Sync, HDR, extended color and a 1200-nit full-array backlight.
The Acer Predator XB273U NVbmiiprzx gaming monitor delivers 170 Hz and G-Sync in a 1440p IPS panel. It’s highly accurate and worth considering for any high-performance gaming system.
The Monoprice Dark Matter 42770 is a 25-inch 144 Hz gaming monitor with a wide color gamut, Adaptive-Sync and excellent color accuracy & contrast for the money.
MSI's Optix MPG321UR-QD is a 32-inch Ultra HD gaming monitor with Esports cred and professional aspirations.
The Monoprice Dark Matter 27 42771 is a 27-inch FHD/IPS panel with Adaptive-Sync and a wide color gamut. It has exceptional contrast, but we found some untapped potential.
BenQ’s Mobiuz EX2510S is a 25-inch FHD gaming monitor with 165 Hz, Adaptive-Sync, HDR, 400 nits, solid build quality and reliable gaming performance.
Corsair’s first-ever gaming monitor is the Xeneon 32QHD165. It’s a 32-inch QHD, IPS screen with 165 Hz, Adaptive-Sync, HDR and the largest color gamut we’ve ever seen.
The Dell S271DS 1440p monitor has a surprising amount of color and even FreeSync for casual gamers, but sometimes the image looks washed out.
The Pixio PX259 Prime is a 25-inch monitor that can hit 280 Hz and supports HDR. It’s a no-frills gaming monitor that delivers high performance for a low price.
The Acer Nitro XV282K packs 4K resolution into a 144 Hz IPS panel with extended color, HDR and Adaptive-Sync. At 28 inches, it packs an impressive 157ppi density for a super sharp image.
The Dark Matter by Monoprice 27-Inch gaming uses an IGZO panel to deliver a huge color gamut, along with 165 Hz, HDR and 1440p resolution, at a very affordable price.