Some of the Best Gaming Monitors of 2019 Everyone Would Want to Get their Hands on
The authentic gaming experience is more than just getting the most in-demand title--you also need to have the hardware that will let you play the game smoothly, preferably in 4K or ultra HD, with some excellent controllers that make you "feel" significant events in the game.
When looking for a gaming monitor, it's essential to consider the panel type, the refresh rate, the resolution, and the monitor size as well, as suggested by We PC.
While the "best" is subjective and is usually dependent on the gamer's personal preference, there are some hardware that can definitely pass for the closest thing to being one by providing better experience for some players, when compared with others of the same type.
As such, a list was rounded up listing some of the "best gaming monitors" released this year, in a report published by PCGamesN.
Best Overall Gaming Monitor
- Asus ROG Swift PG279Q
The Asus ROG Swift PG279Q remains a favorite among big gaming names as well as for the average gamer who can spend around $618 or so for a 27-inch 1440p monitor. But more than its sleek ultra-wide screen, it comes with a good build, incredible image quality and IPS quality, and fast refresh rate at 165Hz, which many are impressed by .
This monitor also runs G-Sync, as well.
Design-wise, the slim bezel gives you immersive visuals--something that will make you feel like you've dived deep into the world of the game you're playing. Plus, it has a sturdy build, too.
The Asus ROG Swift PG279Q is an all-in-one package with its beautiful design and excellent performance, although it is a little pricey for the average gamer.
Best Gaming Monitor for Performance
- Acer Predator XB271HU
If you're looking for a monitor that almost has the same performance with the Asus ROG Swift PG279Q but is cheaper, then the Acer Predator XB271HU can do that for you.
Performance-wise, this monitor can give you some fantastic graphics and beautiful, high-quality image seeing that both monitors have the same AU Optronics AHVA (IPS) panel; plus, it has a fast refresh rate of 144Hz but could be maxed to 165Hz, which you could totally see the difference with your naked eye.
One great thing about this monitor is that you can calibrate the monitor yourself and adjust the colors to your preference and comfort.
Retailing at $500, it's cheaper than the Asus ROG but can still offer you some great graphics and smoothly run any games at 4K.
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Best Ultrawide Gaming Monitor
- Samsung C49RG90
Not everyone is a fan of ultrawide gaming monitors, but for those who are, it provides them that immersion that they want. The problem is, broader and bigger screens can mess the resolution, so you'll end up with some bad graphics.
Fortunately, that doesn't happen with the Samsung C49RG90, perhaps one of the widest monitors where you can actually enjoy playing.
This monitor has a 32:9 aspect ratio, stunning image quality, high resolution, a decent refresh rate of 120Hz, and runs FreeSync 2 HDR, which works well with Nvidia G-Sync.
It's not for everyone, and even some graphics cards struggle with this monitor, and its 4ms response time is definitely not the fastest. But, it works incredible, and if you have $1,174 to spare, this could be a great choice.
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