If you’re on a budget and don’t need something massive, it’s hard to beat the Samsung R350 for the price. Various factory presets and customizable profiles let you program the right appearance of its IPS panel, which has HDMI and DVI inputs.
- Refresh rate of 75 hertz
- Amd freesync technology
- Subpar contrast ratio
Asus ROG Strix XG438Q
As big as some Ultra HD TVs, the Asus ROG Strix XG438Q would go great alongside a high-end video card thanks to its 120-hertz panel and FreeSync 2 functionality that minimizes input lag and prevents screen tearing even as the frame rate fluctuates.
- Displayhdr 600 certification
- 90 percent of the dci-p3 color gamut
- Takes up a lot of space
One of the rare few to offer full-array local dimming, the Asus PA32UC utilizes 384 backlight zones to deliver premium HDR content not just for viewers, but also for producers, thanks to complete Adobe RGB coverage and just about the most accurate reproduction possible.
- 14-bit lookup table
- Peak brightness of 1000 nits
- Extremely expensive
Asus Tuf Series
Every version of the Asus Tuf Series is built to minimize reaction time, ghosting, and stuttering, but this 27-inch model is at the front of the pack in terms of speed, with an impressive 280-hertz refresh rate that ensures smooth gaming performance.
- G-sync compatible
- Displayhdr 400 certification
- Costly for its size
Advanced IPS technology inside the Alienware 3420DW coupled with a 1900r curvature ensure the entire screen looks uniform from the user’s perspective. It offers a resolution of 3440 by 1440 and support for Nvidia’s G-Sync protocol at up to 120 frames per second.
- Aspect ratio of 21 to 9
- Ultra-low pixel response time
- Doesn't work right with all games
Available in 27 and 32 inches, the Quad HD LG QN600 produces a crisp picture that encompasses nearly the entire sRGB space even though it doesn’t cost very much. Its bezel is thin, its build quality high, and its footprint relatively small.
- 2560 by 1440 resolution
- Pixel response time of 5 ms
- Hdmi and displayport inputs
The 1500R curvature of the Philips 325E1C minimizes light bleed and image washout at the edges of the screen. It comes in Full and Quad HD models and is compatible with AMD’s FreeSync technology with a refresh rate that tops out at 75 hertz.
- Convenient cable management
- Wide color gamut
- 4-year advance replacement warranty
Intelligent HDR management and simulated 10-bit color depth give the BenQ EW3280U an above-average dynamic contrast with little to no banding, while its selection of ports allows it to function as a versatile docking station or part of a multi-monitor setup.
- Amd freesync technology
- 60 watts of power delivery
- 5-watt integrated subwoofer
The LG UL500 is evidence that you don’t have to spend a ton on a good-looking display. Among its impressive specifications are coverage of 95 percent of the DCI-P3 color space and a variable refresh rate to prevent frames from dropping and keep games smooth.
- Premium build quality
- Decent hdr performance
- Advanced split screen capability
Dell UltraSharp U2720Q
Measuring 27 inches with a 4K resolution, the Dell UltraSharp U2720Q has roughly the highest pixel density that the human eye can make out from a desk. In addition to the standard HDMI and DisplayPort inputs, there are USB-C and Type-A ports.
- 99 percent srgb coverage
- Three-way-adjustable stand
- Stereo mini jack output