The gaming monitor is one of the best upgrades you can make to a gaming PC this year. Considering that the graphics card market will eventually flatten out and the actual inventory will be available throughout the year, gaming monitors have always been the main way to prepare for the upcoming ultimate power. Especially because they are one of the few products that are hardly affected by everything that is happening in the world.
In the past year, we have seen many competitive competitors for the best gaming monitors, but we somehow managed to narrow it down to only the three best competitors. Each is an example of a top gaming monitor with ultra-low latency, high refresh rate, excellent image quality and some silky frame synchronization technology to reduce screen tearing-but which of the three will tear Crack the others with a new one?
Maybe it will be the curved and gorgeous Dell S2722DGM VA panel, which reaches the sweet point of 1440p/165Hz of current graphics cards, but is actually affordable; the huge and simple Asus TUF Gaming VG32VQ; or the luminous and overclockable Gigabyte Aorus FI32Q.
Stay tuned for our announcement of the winners on New Year’s Eve. You may even be surprised at which one is at the top…but which one will you like?
Best gaming monitor of 2021: nominees
The winners of the PC Gamer Hardware Award for the best gaming monitor will be announced on New Year’s Eve. It’s all for playing, and any one of these three is completely worthy of the championship.