A speedy gaming monitor doesn’t have to cost a lot. Pixio’s PXC273 offers FreeSync, plus a 144Hz refresh rate and extended color in a 27-inch curved VA panel for just $200.
Alienware AW5520QF is the first OLED gaming monitor, and it produces beautiful image quality. It’s clearly better than gaming on a TV, but it’s missing features expected with such a high price tag.
The Aorus CV27Q curved monitor boasts the pixel density of QHD, along with HDR, adaptive sync and high-refresh for a great gaming experience at under $450.
For less than $300, the Aorus CV27F delivers everything a performance-oriented gamer could want, including HDR with both FreeSync and G-Sync PCs.
The Acer Predator XN253Q monitor should be on every competitive gamer’s short list, thanks to a reliable 240 Hz refresh rate, G-Sync and super-low input lag.
HP gets into the super-fast gaming monitor market with the 240 Hz Omen X 25f with FreeSync and G-Sync Compatibility. It’s fit for gamers seeking top framerates.
The Acer XFA240 144 Hz gaming monitor proves responsiveness doesn’t have to be expensive, with FreeSync, G-Sync Compatibility and out-of-box- color accuracy.
For hardcore gaming, we can’t imagine a better display than he 25-inch, 240 Hz Aorus KD25F. With ESP-like response, this gaming monitor is worth the price.
The ViewSonic Elite XG240R gaming monitor features a 24-inch TN screen with FHD resolution, FreeSync, 144 Hz and seriously-quick response; all wrapped in a solid chassis at a great price.
The ViewSonic XG350R-C Elite is a 35-inch curved VA screen with AMD FreeSync and non-official Nvidia G-Sync compatibility.
The Acer Nitro XV273K makes a few compromises to get its price under $1,000. But it still offers fantastic 4K gaming at 144Hz, along with the ability to connect to both FreeSync and G-Sync systems.
We’re checking out one of the least expensive 32-inch monitors available – Philips 326E8FJSB, a VA panel with FreeSync up to 75Hz
Tired of the bezel line between your two 27-inch QHD screens? The Dell UltraSharp U4919DW is the perfect solution. It’s a gently curved 49-inch panel with 5120x1440 resolution and precise color.
In the world of premium gaming monitors, it doesn’t get bigger, better, or pricier than HP's 4K Omen X 65 Emperium, with HDR, G-Sync, 144Hz, and killer audio.
The Acer Predator XB273K is a 27-inch HDR, 4K monitor with G-Sync, 144Hz and DCI-P3. Not only is it a killer gaming screen, it goes toe-to-toe with pro displays.
Monoprice 33822 is a 32-inch, QHD, frameless gaming monitor with an all-aluminum chassis, 144Hz, FreeSync and a high-contrast VA panel. Recommended for budget gaming rigs.
Is it a monitor or is it a TV? The Philips 436M6 blurs the lines with a 43-inch VA screen, Ultra HD resolution, FreeSync, HDR and a 1,000-nit backlight.
The Acer Predator X27 offers state-of-the-art gaming performance with Ultra HD resolution, 144Hz, G-Sync, HDR and a 384-zone backlight capable of truly prodigious contrast.
Users looking for a high-speed gaming experience should check out Dell’s new S2719DGF. It’s a 27-inch TN panel with a 155Hz overclock, FreeSync and QHD resolution.
What do you get when you spend $200 on a gaming monitor? A fair amount if it’s the Acer XF251Q. This 25-inch TN screen offers FHD resolution, 75Hz and FreeSync in a well-built, nicely styled package.
We’re testing out AOC’s AG352UCG6, a 35-inch monitor with G-Sync, 120Hz refresh rate, an 1,800R curve and 3440x1440 resolution.