Best Curved Gaming Monitors Under 300

Best Curved Gaming Monitors Under 300 – Our recommendations are based on what we think are the best gaming monitors under $300 currently available. They are adapted to be valid for most people. Rating is based on our review, factoring in price and feedback from our visitors.

If you would prefer to make your own decision, here is the list of all of our monitor reviews, sorted by price from low to high. Be careful not to get too caught up in the details. Most monitors are good enough to please most people, and the things we fault monitors on are often not noticeable unless you really look for them.

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1.AOC CQ34G2

Pros & Cons

HDR support is becoming increasingly important to having the best gaming monitor. We all agree that AMD FreeSync or Nvidia G-Sync is a must regardless of a display’s max refresh rate. But more games are appearing that take advantage of HDR and the extended color of the DCI-P3 gamut. To fully realize the creator’s intent, one must consider adding these features to their shopping list.

AOC has produced many high-performance gaming screens, and today we’re looking at one with HDR and FreeSync, the AOC CU34G2X. It’s an ultra-wide curved VA panel, 34-inches diagonal, 3440×1440 resolution and the promise of high performance, thanks to a 144 Hz refresh rate and a claimed 1ms response time.

2.SAMSUNG 34-Inch

Pros & Cons

The OSD (On-Screen Display) menu of the Samsung S34J55W ultrawide display is navigated via the joystick that’s located at the back of the monitor.

Now, in addition to the standard brightness/contrast, input source, color temperature and other settings, you will also find Picture by Picture and Picture in Picture as well as the Low Input Lag option, which reduces input lag by bypassing specific image post-processing.

Just like most modern monitors, the Samsung S34J55W has a flicker-free LED backlight and a low-blue light filter. There’s also a built-in ECO Light Sensor that automatically adjusts the monitor’s brightness according to the ambient lighting.

3.GTEK F2740C 27-Inch

Pros & Cons

The GTEK F2740C is a 240hz gaming curved display that is currently on sale at fantastic prices. It is designed for those who require a good 27-inch curved gaming monitor with HDR support, vibrant and contrasting colors. It also counts with a wide variety of ports including a USB Type-C.

The broad range of available connections for the gaming monitor is DisplayPort, HDMI and TYPE-C. The Type-C connectivity allow for laptops and other devices such as tablets and phones to connect quickly

4.Sceptre Curved 27″

Pros & Cons

The Sceptre C275W-1920RN is housed in a matte-finish, gray-black cabinet, and the screen is almost bezel-less. You get an inch-wide bezel at the bottom, but the bezels on the sides and top are barely discernible. It comes with a silver stand with a rounded base that provides only tilt adjustment, but lacks swivel and height adjustment. When fixed to its stand, the Sceptre C275W measures 17.69 by 24.27 by 9.01 inches (HWD) and weighs 8.59 pounds.

You get an HDMI input port, in addition to a VGA port and an audio-out port to connect to a set of external speakers. The monitor still has a pair of nice sounding speakers, something you rarely find on most budget monitors. In contrast, the Benq EL2870U adds a DisplayPort input to its two HDMI ports.

5.ASUS 24″ 1080P

Pros & Cons

The ASUS VA24DQ input lag amounts to only ~10ms which makes for imperceptible delay between your actions and the result on the screen.

Its 75Hz refresh rate provides a small, but noticeable boost in motion clarity as opposed to the standard 60Hz displays while the 5ms GtG pixel response time effectively eliminates prominent ghosting in fast-paced games.

Further, the monitor supports Adaptive-Sync which allows you to enable FreeSync on compatible AMD graphics cards over DisplayPort and HDMI, and G-SYNC Compatible on supported NVIDIA cards over DisplayPort.


Best Curved Gaming Monitors Under 300  – There are great options available if you want to get the best gaming monitor for under $300. There are some very good picks available on a budget, great for dorms or casual gamers. Cheaper monitors are typically less versatile, with smaller screens and slower response times, but you can still expect a decent gaming experience on most of them. However, companies are starting to produce higher-resolution monitors for about $300, so the market for budget monitors is expanding.