Review of monitors: The 6 Best Gaming Monitors – Spring 2023: Reviews

The 6 Best Gaming Monitors – Spring 2023: Reviews

  1. Table of Contents
  2. Intro
  3. Best Monitor

    1. Best Upper Mid-Range

      1. Best Mid-Range

        1. Best Lower Mid-Range

          1. Best Budget

            1. Best Cheap

              1. Notable Mentions
              2. Recent Updates
              3. All Reviews
              4. Discussions

              Updated May 31, 2023 at 12:33 pm

              By Nicholas Di Giovanni

              The gaming monitor market is continuously growing, and finding the ideal monitor for your needs is becoming easier. Depending on the games you play and your price range, you’ll need a different monitor than someone else. Most gaming monitors have variable refresh rate (VRR) support, low input lag, and a quick response time for smooth motion. However, the included extra features, like HDMI 2.1 bandwidth for gaming on the PS5 or Xbox Series X|S make higher-end monitors better than cheaper ones. There are others with a higher refresh rate and lower resolution for more competitive esports gaming, so there’s no perfect solution for everyone.

              We’ve bought and tested over 275 monitors, and below, you’ll find our recommendations for the best gaming monitors to buy. Also, see our picks for the best 4k gaming monitors, the best 240Hz monitors, and the best budget and cheap gaming monitors.

              1. Best Gaming Monitor

                Dell Alienware AW3423DW

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                Gaming

                8.7

                Size

                34″

                Pixel Type

                QD-OLED

                Max Refresh Rate

                175 Hz

                Variable Refresh Rate

                Yes

                Native Resolution

                3440 x 1440

                HDR10

                Yes

                See all our test results

                The best gaming monitor we’ve tested is the Dell Alienware AW3423DW. It’s an ultrawide gaming monitor that doesn’t have the highest resolution or refresh rate compared to other monitors, but it has incredible motion handling and remarkable picture quality. It has a QD-OLED display that makes blacks look deep and inky in dark rooms, and it displays a wide range of vivid colors with bright highlights.

                It’s an excellent gaming monitor, providing a near-instantaneous response time, resulting in incredibly smooth motion without any visible blur. It also has a 175Hz refresh rate that you can achieve over a DisplayPort connection. Lastly, it natively supports G-SYNC variable refresh rate (VRR) technology to reduce screen tearing, which is beneficial if you have an NVIDIA graphics card and want to take full advantage of it. If you have an AMD graphics card instead, the Dell Alienware AW3423DWF is a similar monitor that’s a bit cheaper and has native FreeSync VRR support.

                Unfortunately, there are some drawbacks to its QD-OLED panel. OLEDs are prone to burn-in when exposed to the same static elements over time, but this isn’t a major issue for most gamers. If you’re concerned about it, some fantastic high-end LED-backlit gaming monitors are available. The Samsung Odyssey Neo G8 S32BG85 and the Samsung Odyssey Neo G7 S32BG75 are excellent 4k gaming monitors that get even brighter thanks to their Mini LED backlighting. Still, they don’t display the same perfect blacks.

                See our review

              2. Best Upper Mid-Range Gaming Monitor

                LG 27GR95QE-B

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                Gaming

                9.0

                Size

                27″

                Pixel Type

                OLED

                Max Refresh Rate

                240 Hz

                Variable Refresh Rate

                Yes

                Native Resolution

                2560 x 1440

                HDR10

                Yes

                See all our test results

                If you don’t like ultrawide monitors, an upper mid-range model like the LG 27GR95QE-B is a great alternative. It’s different from the Dell Alienware AW3423DW, as there are a few trade-offs you need to make because it’s a cheaper monitor. The LG has a traditional OLED panel instead of the QD-OLED panel on the Dell, which means that colors look more muted in HDR, and it doesn’t get as bright. Besides the differences, the LG still delivers the same deep blacks and excellent overall picture quality in dark rooms.

                On top of the excellent picture quality, it’s even a fantastic gaming monitor with a high 240Hz refresh rate that’s ideal for playing games at a high refresh rate. It has a fast response time with high refresh rates, but there’s some overshoot at low refresh rates, resulting in white blur trails behind fast-moving objects. It also has low input lag for a responsive feel and FreeSync VRR support with G-SYNC compatibility to reduce screen tearing.

                See our review

              3. Best Mid-Range Gaming Monitor

                Gigabyte M32U

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                Gaming

                8. 6

                Size

                32″

                Pixel Type

                IPS

                Max Refresh Rate

                144 Hz

                Variable Refresh Rate

                Yes

                Native Resolution

                3840 x 2160

                HDR10

                Yes

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                If you aren’t willing to spend a ton on your next gaming monitor but still want excellent performance for console and PC gaming, check out the Gigabyte M32U instead. Its overall picture quality isn’t as good as the LG 27GR95QE-B because it doesn’t have an OLED panel, meaning it can’t display the same deep blacks. However, it does present a few extra advantages, like its bigger screen size and higher 4k resolution compared to the LG. The high resolution helps deliver sharper images, which is great if you like playing detailed games.

                It has HDMI 2.1 bandwidth for console gaming, as you can take full advantage of the Xbox Series X|S and PS5. It’s also excellent even if you game from a PC, thanks to its low input lag, 144Hz refresh rate, and fast response time across its entire refresh rate range. It has FreeSync VRR support to reduce screen tearing and is G-SYNC compatible. If you find the 32-inch screen size too big, there’s a smaller version, the Gigabyte M28U, that you can get for cheaper, but it has worse ergonomics and doesn’t get as bright.

                See our review

              4. Best Lower Mid-Range Gaming Monitor

                LG 32GP850-B

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                8.5

                Size

                32″

                Pixel Type

                IPS

                Max Refresh Rate

                180 Hz

                Variable Refresh Rate

                Yes

                Native Resolution

                2560 x 1440

                HDR10

                Yes

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                If you don’t need a high-resolution monitor and prefer an option in the lower mid-range price category for PC gaming, then the LG 32GP850-B is a great choice. It has a lower 1440p resolution than the Gigabyte M32U, so images aren’t as sharp, but it has a slightly higher 180Hz max refresh rate. If you find that the 32-inch screen is too big, you can also get the 27-inch LG 27GP850-B/27GP83B-B for cheaper, which performs the same, so you can’t go wrong with either of the models you get.

                The 32GP850-B’s response time is fantastic at its max refresh rate and remains quick even with at low refresh rates. It has a backlight-strobing feature to reduce persistence blur and improve the appearance of motion, and gaming feels responsive thanks to its low input lag. It also has FreeSync VRR support and G-SYNC compatibility to reduce screen tearing. Lastly, it has a few extra gaming features, like a virtual crosshair that gives you a competitive advantage while playing FPS games.

                See our review

              5. Best Budget Gaming Monitor

                ViewSonic XG2431

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                Gaming

                8. 4

                Size

                24″

                Pixel Type

                IPS

                Max Refresh Rate

                240 Hz

                Variable Refresh Rate

                Yes

                Native Resolution

                1920 x 1080

                HDR10

                Yes

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                There are plenty of options if you want something on a budget. You’ll have to sacrifice a few features, but you can still get a monitor with impressive gaming performance, like the ViewSonic XG2431. It has a lower resolution than the LG 32GP850-B and a smaller screen, so it doesn’t deliver the same immersive gaming experience. However, it also has a higher 240Hz refresh rate, making it a great choice for competitive PC gaming, and due to its low resolution, it isn’t taxing on your graphics card either.

                The high refresh rate helps provide an extremely fast response time, and the monitor has low input lag for a responsive feel. It also has an optional backlight strobing feature to reduce persistence blur, and unlike many monitors, you can control the flicker of it to your liking. While images aren’t very sharp due to the 1080p resolution, the image clarity is still decent enough to see details in your games. If image clarity is important, check out the Gigabyte M27Q, a budget-friendly 1440p monitor. However, it has a lower 170Hz refresh rate, meaning the ViewSonic still offers the best gaming performance.

                See our review

              6. Best Cheap Gaming Monitor

                Acer Nitro XF243Y Pbmiiprx

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                Gaming

                8.1

                Size

                24″

                Pixel Type

                IPS

                Max Refresh Rate

                165 Hz

                Variable Refresh Rate

                Yes

                Native Resolution

                1920 x 1080

                HDR10

                Yes

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                If you need a basic monitor for gaming that doesn’t cost much, consider the Acer Nitro XF243Y Pbmiiprx. It has a 1080p resolution and 24-inch screen size like the ViewSonic XG2431, but with a lower 165Hz refresh rate, this monitor is better for casual gamers who don’t play games at a high refresh rate or for those getting into PC gaming for the first time. While its motion handling isn’t as good as on the ViewSonic, it still has an excellent response time at its max refresh rate and is great at 120Hz. However, there’s inverse ghosting when you have VRR enabled at 60Hz, meaning there’s a white trail behind fast-moving objects.

                Speaking of VRR, it has FreeSync support like the ViewSonic, and it’s also G-SYNC compatible if you have an NVIDIA graphics card. It has a backlight-strobing feature that isn’t as customizable as that on the ViewSonic, but if you prefer not to use it, the backlight remains flicker-free, which can help reduce eye strain during long gaming sessions. Its input lag is also low, no matter the refresh rate.

                See our review

              Notable Mentions

              • Samsung Odyssey OLED G8/G85SB S34BG85:
                The Samsung Odyssey OLED G8/G85SB S34BG85 uses the same QD-OLED panel as the Dell Alienware AW3423DW. However, it’s only worth getting if you can find it for less, as both offer similar gaming performance, and the Dell has native G-SYNC support.
                See our review
              • INNOCN 27M2V:
                The INNOCN 27M2V is an excellent gaming monitor that delivers better picture quality than the Gigabyte M32U and only costs a bit more, so it’s worth getting if you can find it. However, it’s also hard to find at times.
                See our review
              • Dell Alienware AW2723DF:
                The Dell Alienware AW2723DF is an excellent gaming monitor with a 1440p resolution and a 280Hz refresh rate. It’s in the same price range as the Gigabyte M32U, but the Gigabyte is more versatile for both PC and console gamers. Only consider the Dell if you’ll take advantage of its refresh rate.
                See our review
              • Gigabyte M27Q X:
                The Gigabyte M27Q X is an excellent 1440p gaming monitor with a higher refresh rate than the LG 32GP850-B. It usually costs just a bit more than the LG, but it’s also hard to find.
                See our review
              • Dell Alienware AW2523HF:
                The Dell Alienware AW2523HF has a 360Hz refresh rate, which is great if you’re a competitive gamer. You can sometimes find it for a similar price as the ViewSonic XG2431, but only get it when you find it on sale and if you’re going to take advantage of its max refresh rate.
                See our review

              Recent Updates

              1. May 31, 2023:
                Replaced the LG 27GP850-B/27GP83B-B with the LG 32GP850-B to be consistent with other articles; added the INNOCN 27M2V to Notable Mentions.

              2. May 02, 2023:
                Replaced the Gigabyte M27Q X with the LG 27GP850-B/27GP83B-B due to lack of availability; updated text for clarity throughout.

              3. Apr 05, 2023:
                Removed the Samsung Odyssey Neo G8 S32BG85 as the ‘Best Console Gaming Monitor’ because it doesn’t fit into the scope of the article; added the LG 27GR95QE-B as the ‘Best Upper Mid-Range Gaming Monitor’; added the Dell Alienware AW2723DF to Notable Mentions.

              4. Mar 09, 2023:
                Renamed the Samsung Odyssey Neo G7 S32BG75 to the ‘Best Console Gaming Monitor’ to be consistent with other recommendations; added the Samsung Odyssey OLED G8/G85SB S34BG85 to Notable Mentions.

              5. Feb 09, 2023:
                Replaced the LG 27GP850-B with the Gigabyte M27Q X because the LG is harder to find and the Gigabyte has a higher refresh rate; replaced the HP X24ih with the Acer Nitro XF243Y Pbmiiprx because it’s cheaper; updated Notable Mentions based on changes.

              All Reviews

              Our recommendations are based on what we think are the best PC gaming monitors currently available. They are adapted to be valid for most people, in each price range. The rating is based on our review, factoring in price, and feedback from our visitors.

              If you would prefer to make your own decision, here is the list of all of our gaming monitor reviews. Be careful not to get too caught up in the details. Most monitors are good enough to please most people, and the things we fault monitors on are often not noticeable unless you really look for them.

              The 5 Best 4k Monitors – Spring 2023: Reviews

              1. Table of Contents
              2. Intro
              3. Best Monitor

                1. Best Upper Mid-Range

                  1. Best Mid-Range

                    1. Best Lower Mid-Range

                      1. Best Budget

                        1. Notable Mentions
                        2. Recent Updates
                        3. All Reviews
                        4. Discussions

                        Updated May 01, 2023 at 09:14 am

                        By Nicholas Di Giovanni

                        4k monitors are growing in popularity as they’re becoming easier to find for different uses. Whether you’re looking for a better multitasking experience for work or a more immersive gaming experience, 4k monitors have a lot to offer. They have also recently started to drop in price as 4k becomes more popular and accessible, and computers and graphics cards have improved, allowing you to reach a 4k resolution with high frame rates easily. Choosing the right monitor for your needs depends on your usage and budget, and there’s no perfect solution for everyone.

                        We’ve bought and tested more than 270 monitors, and below are our recommendations for the best monitors with a 4k native resolution available to buy. Check out our picks for the best 4k gaming monitors, the best 4k HDR monitors, and the best 4k 144Hz monitors.

                        1. Best 4k Monitor

                          Samsung LS32BG852NNXGO

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                          8. 5

                          Office

                          8.4

                          Gaming

                          9.0

                          Media Consumption

                          8.3

                          Media Creation

                          8.3

                          HDR

                          8.0

                          Size

                          32″

                          Pixel Type

                          VA

                          Max Refresh Rate

                          240 Hz

                          Variable Refresh Rate

                          Yes

                          Native Resolution

                          3840 x 2160

                          HDR10

                          Yes

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                          The best 4k monitor we’ve tested is the Samsung LS32BG852NNXGO, known as the Neo G8. It’s an excellent overall 32-inch monitor that’s remarkable for different uses as it offers features for gaming, watching movies, or simply browsing the web. It delivers excellent picture quality thanks to its Mini LED backlighting that provides a decent full-array local dimming feature, which means it displays deep blacks next to bright highlights. Also, there’s minimal blooming in dark scenes, making it great to use in dark rooms. Even if you want to use it in a bright room, it gets bright enough to fight glare.

                          Although it has narrow viewing angles that don’t make it ideal for sharing the screen with others, its curved screen helps bring the edges within your field of vision so that the image doesn’t look washed out at the sides when you’re sitting right in front. If you want to use it for gaming, it has an incredibly fast 240Hz refresh rate that makes it future-proof for high-frame-rate gaming, but you can also consider the Samsung Odyssey Neo G7 S32BG75, which costs less and has a lower 165Hz refresh rate if that’s what you prefer.

                          See our review

                        2. Best Upper Mid-Range 4k Monitor

                          LG 32GQ950-B

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                          8. 2

                          Office

                          8.2

                          Gaming

                          8.8

                          Media Consumption

                          7.6

                          Media Creation

                          8.4

                          HDR

                          7.1

                          Size

                          32″

                          Pixel Type

                          IPS

                          Max Refresh Rate

                          160 Hz

                          Variable Refresh Rate

                          Yes

                          Native Resolution

                          3840 x 2160

                          HDR10

                          Yes

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                          If you don’t need the best of the best but still want a high-end monitor, consider an upper mid-range model like the LG 32GQ950-B. Like the Samsung Odyssey Neo G8 S32BG85, it’s mainly designed for gaming, but it’s also versatile for other uses if you want something for work and play. It’s a bit different from the Samsung, as it has worse picture quality because it doesn’t have the same Mini LED backlighting. It also uses a different panel type, meaning the LG isn’t as good for dark rooms, but it’s still good enough to use in most well-lit rooms if that’s what you prefer. It also has a lower 160Hz refresh rate than the Samsung monitor, but that doesn’t make a difference if you don’t have a premium gaming PC anyway.

                          Besides its gaming features, it’s also great for general productivity or work use, as its 32-inch screen is big enough for multitasking and has fantastic text clarity. It also has wide viewing angles that make the image look the same from the sides, which is important if you often need to share your screen with someone else.

                          See our review

                        3. Best Mid-Range 4k Monitor

                          Gigabyte M32U

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                          8. 1

                          Office

                          8.3

                          Gaming

                          8.6

                          Media Consumption

                          7.6

                          Media Creation

                          8.4

                          HDR

                          6.7

                          Size

                          32″

                          Pixel Type

                          IPS

                          Max Refresh Rate

                          144 Hz

                          Variable Refresh Rate

                          Yes

                          Native Resolution

                          3840 x 2160

                          HDR10

                          Yes

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                          If you still find that the LG 32GQ950-B is too expensive, but you prefer a 4k monitor that’s versatile for different uses, check out the Gigabyte M32U. The main trade-off between the two monitors is that the Gigabyte doesn’t get as bright, meaning highlights don’t pop as much in HDR, but that doesn’t make a difference in HDR anyway. The Gigabyte still offers many of the same great features, like HDMI 2.1 bandwidth, which lets you take full advantage of the PS5 or Xbox Series X|S. It also has an impressive array of additional features, making it a great choice if you need a monitor for productivity and multitasking.

                          It has a built-in KVM switch that lets you control two devices with the same keyboard and mouse, which is great if you work with a laptop and desktop computer at the same time. It also has a USB-C port with support for DisplayPort Alt Mode that lets you easily connect to a laptop. However, because it’s limited to only 15W of power delivery, it isn’t enough to charge your laptop. If you find the 32-inch screen too big, there’s a smaller variant known as the Gigabyte M28U, with slightly worse ergonomics and a dimmer screen, so the M32U is better overall.

                          See our review

                        4. Best Lower Mid-Range 4k Monitor

                          Dell U2723QE

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                          7.6

                          Office

                          8.4

                          Gaming

                          6.7

                          Media Consumption

                          7.7

                          Media Creation

                          8.6

                          HDR

                          6.9

                          Size

                          27″

                          Pixel Type

                          IPS

                          Max Refresh Rate

                          60 Hz

                          Variable Refresh Rate

                          No

                          Native Resolution

                          3840 x 2160

                          HDR10

                          Yes

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                          If you aren’t a gamer and want to save money by getting a 4k monitor with many features, a lower mid-range option like the Dell U2723QE is a great choice. As it’s targeted only for productivity, you don’t get the same gaming features as the Gigabyte M32U, like a high refresh rate or HDMI 2.1 bandwidth. However, the Dell is packed with tons of features that make it ideal for productivity, especially if you need to connect a desktop PC and a laptop. It has five USB-A ports and three USB-C ports, including one USB-C port that acts as the KVM switch and another that supports DisplayPort Alt Mode with 90W of power delivery, which is enough to charge most work laptops.

                          It has incredible ergonomics, so you can easily place it in an ideal viewing position. It’s also an excellent monitor for content creators, with a remarkable SDR color gamut and excellent accuracy before calibration. Although it has a smaller 27-inch screen than the Gigabyte, it’s still big enough to open two windows next to each other. You can also get the larger 32-inch Dell U3223QE, but it costs more, and colors are undersaturated in HDR.

                          See our review

                        5. Best Budget 4k Monitor

                          Dell S2722QC

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                          7. 7

                          Office

                          8.7

                          Gaming

                          7.1

                          Media Consumption

                          7.6

                          Media Creation

                          8.4

                          HDR

                          6.4

                          Size

                          27″

                          Pixel Type

                          IPS

                          Max Refresh Rate

                          60 Hz

                          Variable Refresh Rate

                          Yes

                          Native Resolution

                          3840 x 2160

                          HDR10

                          Yes

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                          If you don’t need all the extra features and the massive USB hub of the Dell U2723QE, and you’re looking for the best budget 4k monitor, consider the Dell S2722QC. As it’s a lower-end model in Dell’s productivity lineup, it has fewer USB ports and features because it doesn’t have a KVM switch, but it still supports DisplayPort Alt Mode on its only USB-C input if you want to connect your laptop. The USB-C port supports 65W of power delivery, which is less than the 90W on the U2723QE, but is still enough to keep your laptop’s battery alive while you’re working. You can often find the S2722QC at a budget-friendly price, but if it isn’t on sale, you can also find the Dell S2721QS at a low cost. It’s a similar 4k monitor but doesn’t have a USB hub.

                          Despite being a cheaper monitor than the U2723QE, the S2722QC has better reflection handling. Combined with its great peak brightness, you won’t have any issues using this in a well-lit room. While it doesn’t have a dedicated sRGB mode like the U2723QE, the color accuracy is still decent enough for everyday use.

                          See our review

                        Notable Mentions

                        • Cooler Master Tempest GP27U:
                          The Cooler Master Tempest GP27U is a great overall 4k monitor comparable to the Samsung Odyssey Neo G8 S32BG85 because it also features Mini LED backlighting. However, it can be hard to find and has some bugs with its firmware.
                          See our review
                        • Dell G3223Q:
                          The Dell G3223Q is comparable to the LG 32GQ950-B because it costs a bit less. It has better reflection handling if you want to use it in a well-lit room. However, it has worse motion handling if you want to use it for gaming.
                          See our review
                        • Gigabyte M32UC:
                          The Gigabyte M32UC is a dark room alternative to the Gigabyte M32U as it has a higher contrast for deeper blacks. However, its overall performance isn’t as good because it has worse viewing angles and worse ergonomics.
                          See our review
                        • Dell S3221QS:
                          The Dell S3221QS is a larger alternative to the Dell S2722QC if you want the bigger screen, but it doesn’t feature any USB-C ports and has worse ergonomics, so the S2722QC provides the best performance for the value.
                          See our review

                        Recent Updates

                        1. May 01, 2023:
                          Added the LG 32GQ950-B as the ‘Best Upper Mid-Range Monitor’ and renamed the Gigabyte M32U and the Dell U2723QE accordingly; added the Dell G3223Q and the Gigabyte M32UC to Notable Mentions.

                        2. Mar 02, 2023:
                          Removed the Dell S2721QS and renamed the Dell S2722QC as the ‘Best Budget 4k Monitor’ because it went down in price; added the Dell S3221QS to Notable Mentions.

                        3. Jan 03, 2023:
                          Verified that the monitors are still available and updated the text for clarity; added the Cooler Master Tempest GP27U to Notable Mentions.

                        4. Nov 25, 2022:
                          Added the Samsung Odyssey Neo G8 S32BG85 as the ‘Best 4k Monitor’ to better reflect the 4k market, and renamed the Gigabyte M32U, Dell U2723QE, and Dell S2722QC to reflect their market position.

                        5. Sep 26, 2022:
                          Restructured article to reflect user needs; renamed the Dell U2723QE as the ‘Best Upper Mid-Range’ monitor and the Dell S2722QC as the ‘Best Mid-Range Monitor’; removed the LG 48 C1 OLED and replaced the LG 32UL500-W with the Dell S2721QS because it’s better; updated Notable Mentions based on changes.

                        All Reviews

                        Our recommendations are based on what we think are the best monitors with a 4k resolution that are currently available. They are adapted to be valid for most people, in each price range. Rating is based on our review, factoring in price and feedback from our visitors.

                        If you would prefer to make your own decision, here is the list of all of our 4k monitor reviews. Be careful not to get too caught up in the details. Most monitors are good enough to please most people, and the things we fault monitors on are often not noticeable unless you really look for them.

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                        Acer

                        Acer ConceptD CM2241W 24 1920 x 1200 @ 75Hz IPS 16-12-2020
                        Acer Nitro VG272U 27 2560×1440 @ 170Hz IPS 25-08-2021
                        Acer Predator XB3 XB253Q GP 24. 5 1920 x 1080 @ 144Hz IPS 23-03-2021

                        AOC

                        AOC 27G2U/BK 27 1920 x 1200 @ 144Hz IPS 23-12-2020
                        AOC AGON AG273QCG 27 2560×1440 @ 165Hz TN 27-11-2019
                        AOC CQ32G1 31.5 2560×1440 @ 144Hz VA 06-12-2019
                        AOC CU34G2X 34 3440×1440 @ 144Hz VA 31-07-2020
                        AOC Q27T1 27 2560×1440 @ 75Hz IPS 04-09-2020

                        ASUS

                        ASUS Designo Curve MX34VQ 34 3440×1440 @ 100 Hz VA 07-10-2019
                        ASUS ProArt Display PA248QV 24. 1 1920 x 1200 @ 75Hz IPS 27-08-2020
                        ASUS ProArt Display PA279CV 27 3840×2160 @ 60 Hz IPS 07-06-2021
                        ASUS ProArt PA329CV 32 3840×2160 @ 60Hz IPS 09-05-2023
                        ASUS ROG Strix XG27AQM 27 2560 x 1440 @ 270Hz Fast IPS 10-04-2023
                        ASUS ROG Swift 360Hz PG259QN 24. 5 1920×1080 @ 360Hz Fast IPS 29-03-2021
                        ASUS TUF Gaming VG247Q1A 23.8 1920 x 1080 @ 165Hz VA 30-08-2022
                        ASUS TUF Gaming VG249Q1R 23.8 1920 x 1080 @ 165Hz IPS 11-08-2021
                        ASUS TUF Gaming VG259QM 24.5 1920×1080 @ 280 Hz IPS 05-07-2021
                        ASUS TUF Gaming VG279Q1A 27 1920 x 1080 @ 165Hz IPS 03-03-2021
                        ASUS TUF Gaming VG279QM 27 1920 x 1080 @ 280 Hz IPS 27-04-2020
                        ASUS TUF Gaming VG27AQ 27 2560×1440 @ 165Hz IPS 24-02-2020
                        ASUS TUF Gaming VG289Q 28 3840×2160 @ 60 Hz IPS 18-01-2021
                        ASUS TUF Gaming VG30VQL1A 29. 5 2560 x 1080 @ 200 Hz VA 07-12-2022
                        ASUS VY249HE 23.8 1920 x 1200 @ 75Hz IPS 18-05-2021
                        ASUS ZenScreen GO MB16AP 15.6 1920×1080 @ 60Hz IPS 04-04-2019

                        BenQ

                        BenQ MOBIUZ EX2710 27 1920 x 1200 @ 144Hz IPS 17-02-2021

                        Cooler Master

                        Cooler Master GM27-CF 27 1920×1080 @ 200Hz VA 08-02-2021

                        GIGABYTE

                        GIGABYTE AORUS FI32U 31. 5 3840×2160 @ 144Hz SS IPS 15-10-2021

                        KIVI

                        KIVI 43U710KB 43 3840×2160 IPS 19-10-2020

                        MSI

                        MSI Optix MAG271CQR 27 2560×1440 @ 144Hz VA 19-11-2019
                        MSI Optix MAG272CQR 27 2560×1440 @ 165Hz VA 16-03-2020

                        Philips

                        Philips 325E1C 31. 5 2560×1440 @ 75Hz VA 12-01-2021
                        Philips 328E1CA 31.5 3840×2160 @ 60 Hz VA 23-07-2020
                        Philips 439P9H 43.4 3840×1200 @ 100Hz VA 14-09-2020
                        Philips Brilliance 329P9H 31.5 3840×2160 @ 60 Hz IPS 23-09-2019
                        Philips Brilliance 499P9H 48.