Screen tear or input lag? To vsync or not to vsync? For the longest time, this was an either-or question in the PC gaming space. You could either have a tear-free, properly frame-paced image or low input latency. But here's a trick to try.
#tbt By far the most common types of display panels used on PC monitors are TN, IPS and VA. We're sure you've heard these terms before if you've researched monitors to purchase, and to be clear, the type of panel is a key piece of information that reveals a lot about how the monitor will behave and perform.
TechSpot's Best Monitors guide gets you top-level recommendations for professionals, enthusiast products that are great for work and play, monitors designed purely for gaming, and some noteworthy budget options.
Monitors have millions of components, but usually don't get talked about with the same kind of fervent passion as CPUs and graphics cards, but they're just as important. The insides of monitors must be something special... and there's only one way to find out.
The LG 34GN850 is the company's latest 34" 3440 x 1440 ultrawide display and the successor to the best performing ultrawide we tested a few years back. The 34GN850 iterates on that winning formula with notable improvements, including their latest 1ms Nano IPS tech.