HP Pavilion 32-Inch
With a 1440p native resolution, the HP Pavilion 32-Inch hits the sweet spot for most gamers using a mid-range graphics card. Its above-average 600-nit maximum brightness helps it achieve VESA certification, and it covers nearly the entire DCI-P3 color space.
- 5-millisecond gray-to-gray time
- Relatively affordable
- Can't display more than 75 fps
If you look to your left and then to your right, the Samsung CRG9 will still be in your field of vision, because it’s a truly massive piece of equipment. This 49-inch behemoth is equivalent to two side-by-side 1440p displays and produces very little motion blur.
- Amd freesync version 2
- Minimal input lag
- Takes up a lot of desk space
At just under 32 inches, the Asus CG32UQ is absolutely big enough to take advantage of its Ultra HD resolution. In fact, it looks every bit as good as a high-end TV, offers an above-average viewing angle, and has the brightness to back its DisplayHDR 600 certification.
- Great for pc or console gaming
- 1 displayport and 3 hdmi inputs
- Limited to a 60-hertz refresh rate
Acer Nitro VG271U
In addition to being relatively affordable for one with the 400-level VESA certification, the Acer Nitro VG271U can display up to 144 frames per second at 2560 by 1440 pixels and supports AMD’s FreeSync technology that all but eliminates screen tearing and judder.
- Very thin bezel
- Response time of 1 millisecond
- Poor black uniformity
Asus Tuf VG279QM
Because graphical performance is extremely important to esports professionals, the Asus Tuf VG279QM is worth a look due to its unparalleled 280-hertz refresh rate, which is scientifically indicated to enable better aim for the most talented users.
- Advanced motion blur reduction
- G-sync vrr support
- Configurable integrated crosshair
Acer Predator X27
Though it is somewhat costly, the Acer Predator X27 is commonly regarded as one of the best-looking models out there, with high-end features like a peak brightness of 1,000 nits, Nvidia G-Sync Ultimate support and a maximum refresh rate of 144 hertz.
- Quantum dot filtration
- Wide color gamut
- Ideal for photo and video editing
MSI Prestige PS341WU
There are few on the market with as much real estate or as many pixels as the MSI Prestige PS341WU , which measures 34 inches diagonally in a 21:9 aspect ratio with an impressive resolution of 5210 by 2160 and a gray-to-gray time of as little as 5 milliseconds.
- Advanced nano-ips panel
- Nearly 100-percent dci-p3 gamut
- Picutre-by-picture productivity mode
Acer Predator XB273K
Whether it’s for work or play, the Acer Predator XB273K is a worthwhile choice thanks to a DCI-P3 coverage of 90 percent and quantum dot filtration that allows for bright and bold colors, high contrast levels, and notably accurate reproduction.
- Ultra hd ips panel
- Delta-e value of less than 1
- Includes a shade hood
Asus ROG Strix XG438Q
A 43-inch diagonal measurement and 4K resolution plus a 120-hertz variable refresh rate render the Asus ROG Strix XG438Q more capable than even most Ultra HD TVs on the market. It’s obtained the DisplayHDR600 certification and features an extremely wide color gamut.
- Very immersive gaming experience
- Amd freesync 2 compatibility
- 100 percent of the srgb space
Asus ROG Swift PG27UQ
It’s hard to argue against the Asus ROG Swift PG27UQ being one of the most technically advanced models available. In addition to a 600-nit average brightness and 1,000-nit peak rating, it boasts 384 local dimming zones that deliver an impressive level of dynamic contrast.
- Dci-p3 coverage of 93 percent
- Displays up to 144 frames per second
- Quantum-dot ips panel