The Alienware AW3423DWF is a newer and lower cost variant of the AW3423DW QD-OLED ultrawide. Considering that's one of the best gaming monitors around, it's no surprise people are paying attention.
If you're upgrading to a new flagship GPU from AMD or Nvidia, you won't want to play games on some crappy old monitor. Harness their full benefits using a top quality display like these 5 recommendations.
Whether you're after a high refresh rate display, a glorious big panel for content creation, or something wallet-friendly, our updated PC monitor guide will help you on your way.
The Cooler Master Tempest GP27U has been a hotly anticipated monitor for gamers. This is the first sub-$1,000 4K gaming display with full array local dimming, bringing 576 zones of mini-LED goodness.
Our picks for the best gaming monitors come after much testing to give you comprehensive advice on shopping the best models including 1440p, 4K, ultrawide and HDR gaming monitors.
Something to look forward to: Monitor aficionados have been salivating at the thought of an affordable (well, relatively) medium-sized OLED monitor with a high refresh rate since LG teased the concept on its roadmap. Now the LG UltraGear 27GR95QE-B has come along and ticked all the boxes. It has: a 2560 x 1440p resolution, a 240Hz refresh rate, and an OLED panel with 0.3 ms (GtG) response times.
The LG 32GQ950 is a high-end 4K gaming monitor equipped with top-end features. 4K gaming is more popular than ever and this 32-inch monitor can do both, play and be used for content creation.
Until now, it hasn't made sense to write a guide about the best HDR monitors for gaming, but it feels like we're finally starting to see some momentum with some noteworthy contenders.
The Sony Inzone M9 marks the company's comeback to the gaming monitor market with a 27" 4K IPS 144Hz display with some PlayStation flair, plus affordable HDR capabilities.