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Updated: 2017-08-17 05:42
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#1
alaScore 100

Samsung C34F791

Big, bright and reasonably accurate, the 34-inch curved Samsung CF791 is a bit expensive for a FreeSync monitor but offers a generous feature set and solid performance for the money if you're a Radeon gamer.

6 expert reviews | 28 user reviews

#2
alaScore 99

LG 38UC99

Conclusion If you're ready for some big-screen gaming and don't mind parting with a sizable wad of cash, the LG 38UC99-W is an excellent choice. Not only is it the biggest gaming monitor we've tested, but it offers a wealth of gamer-friendly features,...

7 expert reviews | 25 user reviews

#3
alaScore 98

Samsung C27FG70

Stylish curved screen Overall good quality Custom set up mode choice

1 expert reviews | 22 user reviews

#4
alaScore 98

Philips BDM4037UW

The Philips BDM4037UW is a massive 40-inch monitor with a whopping 3840 x 2160 (4K) resolution. Its LCD panel is also curved and mounted on a slender metal base, while its impressive 4000:1 contrast ratio should make it fantastic for watching video.

3 expert reviews | 19 user reviews

#5
alaScore 98

Dell U2417H

An excellent inexpensive monitor for everyday use, the UltraSharp 24 (U2417H) doesn't offer a lot of bells and whistles but it delivers everything you need in a general-purpose display.

5 expert reviews | 12 user reviews

#6
alaScore 97

Philips BDM3490UC

A bright IPS screen goes a long way with any monitor, and having an extra-wide 21:9 curved form factor makes the Philips Brilliance BDM3490UC a real visual treat when playing games or watching movies. Plus it's reasonable value for money too.

11 expert reviews | 4 user reviews

#7
alaScore 97

Asus ROG Swift PG348Q

Conclusion Gamers looking to get a big curved-screen monitor will appreciate the Asus ROG Swift PG348Q's looks, performance, and feature set. It doesn't come cheap, but it delivers an ultra-smooth gaming experience, with rich, accurate colors and sharp...

12 expert reviews | 96 user reviews

#8
alaScore 97

LG 34UC79G

If you’re a casual or competitive gamer looking to spend less than £500 on an ultrawide monitor, I don’t think you’ll find many that compete with the LG 34UC79G. I recommend it.

4 expert reviews | 17 user reviews

#9
alaScore 97

Asus PG279Q

The Asus ROG Swift PG279Q is, on paper, the ideal 27-inch gaming monitor. It has an IPS panel, so overall image quality should be superb, plus it can refresh at up to 165Hz and includes G-Sync technology too. Unless you're after a super-high-resolution...

18 expert reviews | 306 user reviews

#10
alaScore 97

Acer Predator X34

Frustrating on-screencontrols and high price tag aside, Acer’s X34 is the gaming monitor to beat.

17 expert reviews | 251 user reviews

#11
alaScore 97

ViewSonic XG2700-4K

If you’re considering both monitors, you should base your decision on which graphics card you have in your system. If you are currently on an AMD graphics card and plan on staying on team Red, get the ViewSonic XG2700-4K. Either way, you won’t be...

7 expert reviews | 7 user reviews

#12
alaScore 96

ASUS ROG Swift PG258Q

Asus has made its fastest refresh rate monitor yet. The PG258Q goes all the way up to 240Hz, making it a potentially great shout for competitive gamers.

6 expert reviews | 3 user reviews

#13
alaScore 96

Acer Predator XB321HK

Conclusion The Predator XB321HK may not be the biggest model in Acer's impressive stable of gaming monitors (the Z35 holds that honor), but its 32-inch UHD panel delivers the highest level of detail we've seen from a big-screen gaming display. Color,...

6 expert reviews | 33 user reviews

#14
alaScore 96

ASUS MG248Q

For the money, you can't buy a faster gaming display that offers a 144Hz refresh rate. Some might be turned off by the TN panel, but it still looks darn good in the flesh. You won't be disappointed.

4 expert reviews | 35 user reviews

#15
alaScore 96

Acer Predator XB271HU

The Acer Predator XB271HU is one of a new breed of gaming monitors that not only features the high refresh rate you expect of a gaming display but has the great image quality you'd associate with an IPS panel too.

5 expert reviews | 129 user reviews

#16
alaScore 96

AOC AG271QX

Gamers will appreciate the AOC Agon AG271QX's smooth motion-handling capabilities, strong gaming performance, and numerous features, which include a 144Hz refresh rate, a speedy pixel response, a fully adjustable stand, and numerous video inputs and...

6 expert reviews | 20 user reviews

#17
alaScore 96

Samsung C27F591

Conclusion With the Samsung LC27F591FDN, you can enjoy smooth gaming action on a curved screen that gives you a more immersive experience than a traditional flat panel. The FreeSync-enabled VA panel delivers rich colors and dark blacks, and provides...

9 expert reviews | 106 user reviews

#18
alaScore 96

Philips 275P4VYKEB

Just when you think 4K is enough, 5K makes you think twice

5 expert reviews

#19
alaScore 95

ASUS VG245H

The Asus VG245H offers impressive picture quality, responsiveness and special features for under $200.

1 expert reviews | 14 user reviews

#20
alaScore 95

LG 27UD58

Image quality Easy Setup IPS Screen Value

2 expert reviews | 55 user reviews

#21
alaScore 95

Samsung S34E790C

Samsung’s SE790C is a luxurious yacht of a monitor. From the ultra-wide 1440p resolution, to the modest curve in its display, to its near flawless benchmarks, there’s little, if anything, to find wrong with it. The four millisecond response time isn’t...

19 expert reviews | 171 user reviews

#22
alaScore 95

BenQ XR3501

Curved monitors are gaining ground in gaming circles, with many preferring their widescreen designs to taller and narrower 4K panels.

14 expert reviews | 83 user reviews

#23
alaScore 95

ASUS ROG Swift PG248Q

If you own an Nvidia graphics card and you spend more time gaming on your PC than anything else, a 180Hz display with G-Sync is absolutely worth the money. But otherwise, you could choose a larger display, IPS panel technology or a higher resolution...

6 expert reviews | 46 user reviews

#24
alaScore 95

ViewSonic XG2401

The high-end of the gaming monitor market may get all the headlines, but if your budget is a little tighter, a no-frills, 24-inch, 1080p, 144Hz model is the way to go. The Viewsonic XG2401 is just such a model and it can be had for well under £300.

4 expert reviews | 13 user reviews

#25
alaScore 95

AOC AG271QG

Aside from the very minor niggles we've mentioned, the AOC AG271QG is a winner. If you're looking for a display that has all the required technology for fast-paced gaming as well as a great image on the desktop, easily suitable for graphics-heavy...

5 expert reviews | 25 user reviews

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