Best g Sync 144hz Monitors

Best g Sync 144hz Monitors – Our recommendations are based on what we think are the best G-SYNC monitors currently available. They are adapted to be valid for most people, in each price range. 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 our reviews of monitors with native G-SYNC support. 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.ASUS 24″ 1080P

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The VG248QE uses a design similar to its bigger sibling, the Asus VG278HE. It sports thin glossy black bezels, a glossy black cabinet, and a matching stand that consists of a round base with a Lazy Susan swivel mechanism and a telescoping mounting arm that offers pivot, height, and tilt adjustability.

The base has a 3D logo, signifying that the panel is 3D ready, but as with the Asus VG278HE, the monitor does not come with the Nvidia 3D Vision 2 kit needed to view multi-dimensional content, although you can pick one up online for around  or so.

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2.Sceptre IPS 27 inch

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That’s not to say that there’s anything desperately wrong with the monitor, it just feels like it could be better.

The on screen controls are as you would expect, and easy to navigate, however I would have liked to see better control over the color. There are several pre-set color choices, labeled “Movie”, “Gaming”, and “Text”, but all they really do is change the color temperature.

Of course, the majority of your color adjustment will take place in your operating system, so this isn’t a major issue. Be aware that if you want to use this monitor for anything that requires color accuracy (like working with digital photos) you will need to calibrate this monitor.

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3.ASUS VG278QR 27”

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The display size of this large monitor is 27 inches. Check our compare monitors page to see other monitors this size at a larger range of prices.

When it comes to the all important specs the max screen resolution is 1920 x 1080 pixels, the refresh rate is 165 Hz, and the response time is 0.5 ms. This is a 1080p Asus monitor and can run at 165 Hz.

This gaming monitor weighs 17.66 lbs – important to know if you’re taking it to live events or college. The color of this monitor is Black.

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4.AOC CU34G2X 34″

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The AOC CU34G2X is a great ultrawide gaming monitor. It has a 144Hz panel with Adaptive Sync support, so even though it’s not officially certified by AMD nor NVIDIA for variable refresh rate (VRR) support, FreeSync and G-SYNC still both work on it.

It has low input lag, and although it has a quick overall response time, there’s visible black smearing, which is typical of VA panels. Speaking of which, it has a high native contrast ratio, but that means it has narrow viewing angles, so it’s not ideal for co-op gaming. The 34 inch screen and 3440×1440 resolution help deliver an immersive gaming experience, and it has a fairly aggressive 1500R curve to bring the edges of the screen within your field of vision.

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5.LG 27GL850-B

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The LG UltraGear 27GL850-B is a very good 1440p monitor. It has an outstanding response time, quicker than most 144Hz monitors we’ve seen so far. This results in exceptionally clear motion in any scene, with almost no blur behind fast-moving objects.

It also has outstanding low input lag for a responsive gaming experience. This monitor supports AMD’s FreeSync variable refresh rate (VRR) technology, and it’s also NVIDIA certified as G-SYNC compatible, so VRR works automatically with recent NVIDIA graphics cards. Unfortunately, like almost all IPS monitors, it doesn’t look as good in dark rooms, as it has a disappointing contrast ratio a

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Best g Sync 144hz Monitors – Gaming monitors have evolved over recent years. The advent of variable refresh rate technologies has drastically improved the gaming experience. There are two competing VRR technologies: AMD’s FreeSync and NVIDIA’s G-SYNC technology. Although this is becoming less important as technology improves, your monitor should match the capabilities of your graphics card for the best VRR experience. Even though NVIDIA now supports Adaptive Sync with FreeSync monitors, they don’t perform as well as native G-SYNC monitors. Learn more about NVIDIA’s new G-SYNC compatible monitors here.

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