The future is here. And that future is composed of many, many tiny pixels. Yes, we’re talking about those enticing 1440p gaming monitors you’ve probably heard plenty about. One of the biggest upgrades you can make to your gaming experience nowadays is upgrading to a shiny new 1440p monitor. This upgrade becomes that much juicier when you spend a bit extra for one with G-Sync or FreeSync.

Some people have already jumped in and purchased one of these new monitors without a second thought, but many folks are still on the fence. Are they worth the price? Is the timing right for gamers to pick one up? Do games even support these new monitors? What sort of FPS can you achieve? We venture to answer all these questions in this 1440p gaming monitors overview feature. In our top 20, you’ll find a mix of gaming spec monitors, as well as some professional/multimedia monitors that do a little of everything.

First up, we provide our readers with a discussion about if it really is the right time to buy a 1440p monitor for gaming purposes. Then we talk system requirements and who may be the right fit for upgrading. If you don’t know much about gaming monitor tech, you may want to check out our Tactical Advantage Monitor Guide.

Note that the products discussed here are independently chosen by our editors. At no extra cost to you, HGG may get a share of the revenue if you buy anything featured on our site.

Zoom Out: A Comparison Table of the 20 Best 1440p Gaming Monitors

Here’s our comparison chart of 1440p monitors. The monitors are sorted by price ascending. We’ve also rated these monitors on a few important factors.

ImageMonitorStyleDisplayPopularityPrice
BenQ GL Series GL2706PQGaming27" ; IPS ; 60Hz ; 1ms
BenQ GW Series GW2765HTGaming27" ; IPS ; 60Hz ; 4ms
Acer K272HUL WQHDProfessional27" ; IPS ; 60Hz ; 6ms
Acer XG270HUGaming27" ; TN ; 144Hz ; 1ms ; FreeSync
MSI Optix MAG27CQGaming27" ; Curved ; VA ; 144Hz ; 1ms ; FreeSync
Samsung SD850Professional32" ; VA ; 60Hz ; 5ms
ViewSonic VP2768Professional27" ; IPS ; 60Hz ; 14ms
ASUS Designo MX27AQProfessional27" ; IPS ; 60Hz ; 5ms
ASUS MG279QGaming27" ; IPS ; 165Hz ; 4ms ; FreeSync
Dell UltraSharp U2518DXProfessional25" ; IPS ; 60Hz ; 5ms
Acer Predator XB271HU 27” MonitorGaming27" ; IPS ; 165Hz ; 4ms
ASUS ROG SWIFT PG279QGaming27" ; IPS ; 165Hz ; 4ms ; G-Sync
ASUS ROG SWIFT PG348Q UltrawideGaming34" ; Curved ; IPS ; 100Hz ; 5ms ; G-Sync
ASUS Designo MX34VQ UltrawideProfessional34" ; Curved ; VA ; 60Hz ; 4ms ; FreeSync
Samsung C34H890WJN UltrawideProfessional34" ; Curved ; VA ; 100Hz ; 4ms
ViewSonic XG2703-GSGaming27" ; IPS ; 165Hz ; 4ms ; G-Sync
Alienware AW3418DW UltrawideGaming34" ; Curved ; IPS ; 120Hz ; 4ms ; G-Sync
AOC Agon AG352UCG UltrawideGaming35" ; Curved ; VA ; 100Hz ; 4ms ; G-Sync
Acer Predator X34 UltrawideGaming34" ; Curved ; IPS ; 100Hz ; 4ms ; G-Sync
Acer XR342CK UltrawideProfessional38" ; Curved ; IPS ; 75Hz ; 5ms ; FreeSync

1440p Gaming Monitor Guide Part I: General Thoughts on 1440p vs. 4K Resolution

If you want our short answer, we think the time is right to upgrade from 1080p to 1440p for most gamers. You can skip to our best-of list section or read on if you want our long answer.

Unlike their 4K big brothers, 1440p monitors have had the chance to come down in price. As you can imagine, you’ll pay a premium for any bleeding-edge tech like 4K or 8K, just as you would for that brand new smartphone, for example.

Not only will you pay a higher cost for the 4K monitor itself, you’ll pay an arm and a leg for a rig that is capable of powering all those pixels (those latest and greatest GPUs aren’t cheap if you haven’t heard).

One thing to keep in mind is that simply throwing more pixels at your setup is not going to make things look miraculously better. First, a lot of game tech is still trying to catch up with hardware tech. Before 4K makes sense, rendering quality must improve via new and improved game engines as well as new real-time graphics techniques.

When you upgrade your monitor, how much visual quality improvement you see will depend on which games you play. While most games — including most in development — will support 1440p resolution, that is not yet the case with 4K resolution. It will take time for game technology to ‘catch up’ and run seamless (seamless being the keyword here) experiences at pixel-packed 4K resolutions and beyond.

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On top of game technology, you’ll probably want to factor in hardware requirements. For those not in the know, 4K refers to an approximately 4,000 wide pixel display (3840 x 2160 pixels to be exact). Pop that into your calculator, and you’re looking at 8,294,400 million pixels. That’s right: 4K displays have a crap ton of pixels. And the more pixels, the greater the load on your graphics card.

Let’s just say you’re not going to power a 4K display with an integrated graphics card. That little integrated GPU will probably blow itself up (and take your processor with it) as soon as you change the graphics settings to 4K. The bottom line is you’ll need a monster gaming rig to play the latest games at a respectable frame rate. That’s why a lot of pro gamers still opt to game on 1080p displays — they don’t want to sacrifice a shred of performance for extra eye candy.

Benefits of 1440p monitors over 4K:

  • More games support 1440p
  • You don’t need a dual GPU set up to maintain a decent frame rate
  • The monitor itself costs significantly less
  • Easier to find a monitor with G-Sync or FreeSync integration

1440p Gaming Monitor Guide Part II: Monitor Specifications, We Did the Math

Don’t get us wrong. You’re still going to need a badass system to run a decent FPS at max settings with a 1440p monitor. But it is a lot more feasible.

1440p is the shortened name for 2560 x 1440 resolution displays. Do the math: 2560 multiplied by 1440 and that comes out to 3,686,400 million pixels. Compared to the 8,294,400 million pixels of 4K displays, it doesn’t seem so astronomical. You’ll still need a nice gaming computer, but you don’t need to drop $5,000-$10,000 on a computer that is capable of powering the entire matrix.

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Remember, the difference isn’t going to be jaw-dropping if you’ve got a high-quality 1080p monitor already, but it will be noticeable. 1080p displays have 2,073,600 pixels (1920 multiplied by 1080). Consequently, upgrading from 1080 to 1440 will net you about 1.5 million more pixels.

To power a 1440p pixel count, you’re going to want at least an NVIDIA GTX 780 or R9 290 GPU. Ideally, a video card with 4GB of ram. And if you are a competitive gamer that relies on near-perfect performance for split-second reactions, you’ll want a GPU that is even more powerful.

High Ground Perspective: 1920 x 1080p = 2,073,600 pixels vs. 2560 x 1440p = 3,686,400 pixels. That’s about a 78% increase.

Why do you need a juicy graphics card? Well, 1440p monitors have a higher pixel density than older monitors. A new 27-inch monitor will usually have a pixel pitch rating of around 110 PPI. That’s more than a 27-inch 1080p with a pixel pitch of ~80 PPI. It is interesting to note that a 50 inch 1080p TV has ~45 PPI. Of course, most people sit pretty far from their TV’s, so you don’t really notice the lower pixel count as much.

Conversely, monitor users will sit on average 20 inches from their screens (about an arm’s length). That’s why a jump in pixel count makes things look a lot prettier. Aside from games, browsers, desktop UI, and text will all appear much crisper.

Much of the visual improvement you notice will depend on the size of the monitors as well. For example, if you have a 23” 1080p monitor and upgrade to a 27” 1440p monitor that’s a jump from 95 PPI to 109 PPI (about a 15% increase). Compare that to a 27″ 1080p monitor at 82 PPI to a 27″ 1440p monitor at 109 PPI (about a 33% increase).

We want to mention, as an aside, that your FPS rate doesn’t matter nearly as much if you don’t play competitive games. The chief reason why most competitive gamers still use 1080p gaming monitors is that they don’t want to sacrifice a shred of performance. Making things look prettier isn’t worth dying more at the competitive level. Most gaming-grade 1080p monitors have extremely low response times and high refresh rates.

Getting those sorts of gaming-grade specs on a 1440p monitor will cost you a lot more. The takeaway? If you’re going to play eSports but are itching to get a 1440p monitor for gaming, you need one hell of a system to back it up. You’ll also shell out a lot more cash for the monitor itself to get those pro gaming quality specs.

Word of Warning: Who Should Buy a 1440p Gaming Monitor

Before you spend $200 or more on a new monitor, you probably want to fall into at least a couple of the following categories:

  • Your gaming rig can support it. If your system is older and doesn’t have the proper graphics card, we recommend spending your money on upgrading it first rather than having a subpar experience with a new high-res monitor. If you don’t have a fairly beefy system, you may want to consider upgrading your rig first before looking at monitors. It can be a frustrating experience to set up a shiny new monitor and not be able to play your favorite games on it.
  • Due for an upgrade. The monitor you have right now is crappy, and you’ve been looking to upgrade for some time. If you’re already looking to spend $350+, you may as well make the jump instead of buying a brand new 1080p monitor. 1440p prices have come down enough to make it a decent value proposition. If you recently bought a new 1080p monitor, spending the money to get 1440p isn’t worth it unless you’ve got a hole to burn in your pocket.
  • You are not overly concerned about performance. If you’re a hardcore competitive gamer, you may not want to risk any performance issues. In particular, FPS and MOBA players will want to play on 120Hz+ monitor with at least a 5ms response time. It’s a great deal cheaper to get these sort of specs with a 1080p monitor.
  • You use your computer a lot for other tasks outside of gaming. If you’re someone who uses your gaming rig to get work done, watch movies, or browse the web, a 1440p monitor will make all of these tasks more enjoyable. Text is easier to read, and more real estate is always welcome for multitaskers.
  • PC gamer.Though most console players opt to game on their TV’s, there is a growing division who hook their console up to gaming monitors for the best performance. However, the latest PlayStation and Xbox consoles play games at 1080p or even 720p in some cases. Therefore, they wouldn’t be able to make use of a 1440p monitor (even if they had the hardware to run it). As of now, only newer PC games fully utilize this relatively new display resolution.

Here’s a great video from LinusTechTips about the sharp Acer Predator X34 1440p monitors:

Zoom In: A Closer Look at the Top 20 Best 1440p Gaming Monitors

Here, we take a closer look at some of the best 1440p monitors for gaming. Among all the new monitors available, there are some standouts. Our main goal for this list? Finding powerful monitors at all different price points.

Delay time, refresh rate, colors, adjustability, and panel type are all factors we took into consideration. Many gaming type monitors are still rocking TN panels because it is less costly to deliver better response times than via an IPS panel.

1. BenQ GL2706PQ Gaming Monitor

BenQ GL2706PQ Gaming Monitor

The GL2706PQ is Ben Q’s flagship competitive gaming monitor. As such, tons of gaming tech is built into this monitor, including Zeroflicker, Low Blue Light, a 1ms response time, a 60Hz refresh rate, and more. Moreover, the chassis is sleek and features VESA wall mounts for extra versatility. As for the screen? It’s designed to render over 16.7 million shades at the same time.

This is truly a gaming-grade monitor that offers cutting edge performance for even the most demanding games— all at an ultra-affordable price.

  • Type: Gaming
  • Panel-Type: TN
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Response Time: 1ms
  • GPU Synchronization: N/A

2. BenQ GW2765HT Monitor

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BenQ is a leading manufacturer of gaming monitors, and their displays are as high quality as they come. The GW2765HT is their first foray into the 1440p space with IPS displays, and it’s an excellent all-around monitor for a reasonable price. Its 4ms response time is gamer ready, and we’d expect nothing less from BenQ. The only thing we dislike about this monitor is that it caps out a 60Hz refresh rate which isn’t optimal for competitive gaming.

The bezel on the display is very thin, keeping multi-monitor setups looking trim. The 1440p resolution is certainly a noticeable upgrade from the 1080p standard, provided you have the hardware to take advantage of it. If this had a 120Hz refresh rate, it would easily be the best gaming monitor on the market right now. Nonetheless, the GW2765 is still worth your time, considering its competitive price point.

  • Type: Gaming
  • Panel-Type: IPS
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Response Time: 4ms
  • GPU Synchronization: N/A

3. Acer K272HUL Monitor

Acer K272HUL bmiidp 27-inch WQHDComplemented by a sleek design, Acer’s 1440p monitor is one of the best priced high-resolution monitors on the market. It also has a 6ms response time, which is what you want to look for in a gaming monitor.

This monitor is 27-inches, allowing you to multi-task quickly and easily. In fact, you can have two windows open alongside each other without a hitch. As for weight? The Acer K272HUL is a feather-light 12 pounds, which makes it about half the weight of most other WQHD monitors. It also has DVI and HDMI inputs, but you’re going to want to use HDMI for the full HD experience.

  • Type: Professional
  • Panel-Type: IPS
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Response Time: 6ms
  • GPU Synchronization: N/A

4. Acer XG270HU

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This monitor features significantly faster speeds than many other Acer monitors. The key differences are that you get a downgraded panel (TN), but PC gamers will find it well worth the trade-off. However, it is exclusively designed for gamers that own AMD GPUs. The XG270HU is compatible with AMD’s FreeSync technology.

  • Type: Gaming
  • Panel-Type: TN
  • Refresh Rate: 144Hz
  • Response Time: 1ms
  • GPU Synchronization: AMD FreeSync

5. MSI MAG27CQ Curved Gaming Monitor

MSI Full HD Gaming Red LED Curved Gaming MonitorIf you’re seeking a curved gaming monitor to take things to the next level, the MSI MAG27CQ is an excellent choice. This crystalline UHD VA display features a frameless design for stunning graphics and unrivaled immersion. Moreover, it makes the perfect addition to any gaming setup thanks to its 144hz refresh rate, FreeSync tech, and fantastic 1ms response time.

  • Type: Gaming
  • Panel-Type: VA
  • Refresh Rate: 144Hz
  • Response Time: 1ms
  • GPU Synchronization: AMD FreeSync

6. Samsung SD850 32″ WQHD

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A sleek looking monitor, this massive display from Samsung is a near-flawless monitor for professionals. If you’re using your computer for a lot of productivity type stuff, this 27-pound beast may be the right fit for you. One of the best 1440p monitors available.

  • Type: Professional
  • Panel-Type: VA
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Response Time: 5ms
  • GPU Synchronization: N/A

7. ViewSonic VP2768 PRO Monitor

ViewSonic VP2768 PRO 27 1440p Monitor

The Viewsonic VP2768 is another ideal monitor for professionals. That’s because it features stunning 1440p resolution, incredible color accuracy, and flexible connectivity. As for the design? This monitor is loaded with adjustable tilt technology for ergonomic positioning, as well as a slim bezel that makes it ideal for multi-monitor setups.

Best of all, the ultra-wide IPS panel is calibrated to near perfection, providing a frameless digital canvas for all your best work.

  • Type: Professional
  • Panel-Type: IPS
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Response Time: 12ms
  • GPU Synchronization: N/A

8. ASUS MX27AQ 27″ WQHD

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If you’re looking for a multimedia monitor, the ASUS MX27AQ is the full package. A gorgeous IPS panel, audio by Bang & Olufsen, and amazing eye fatigue preventing tech are just a few of the extras. You won’t be disappointed in this stellar IPS panel that’s sure to keep your workstation stylish and your productivity through the roof.

  • Type: Professional
  • Panel-Type: IPS
  • Refresh Rate: 75Hz
  • Response Time: 5ms
  • GPU Synchronization: N/A

9. ASUS 27” MG279Q Gaming Monitor

ASUS 27-Inch 2K 144Hz WQHD FreeSync Gaming Monitor IPSIPS technology? Check. Mega-fast 144hz refresh rate and 4ms response time? Check. What more could you possibly ask for in a 27” 1440p gaming monitor?

For starters, this baby boasts AMD FreeSync, proprietary GamePlus and GameVisual enhancements, and ASUS Eye Care Technology. And if that weren’t enough, you can expect flicker-free gameplay via Low Framerate Compensation integration. Oh yeah— the ergonomic design also makes using the monitor a cinch!

  • Type: Gaming
  • Panel-Type: IPS
  • Refresh Rate: 144Hz
  • Response Time: 4ms
  • GPU Synchronization: AMD FreeSync

10. Dell U2518DX 25” Monitor

Dell U Series 25-Inch Screen LED-lit MonitorIf you’re a professional seeking a sleek monitor with 1440p resolution, then the Dell UX518DX is just the ticket. The borderless design paves the way for easy multi-tasking and total immersion. The result? Increased productivity, made even easier with the integrated Display Port.

  • Type: Professional
  • Panel-Type: IPS
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Response Time: 5ms
  • GPU Synchronization: N/A

11. Acer Predator XB271HU 27” Monitor

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This is the new kid on the block. The Predator Series monitors from Acer are seriously badass. They’ve got all the gaming specs you’ve come to expect from Acer plus a hardcore red and black style to match. This monitor doesn’t sacrifice a shred of performance for the increased pixel density, either. 144Hz with overclocking to 165Hz (holy moly), 27-inch 1440p resolution, a 4ms response time, and a brilliant IPS panel to round things out. The price tag — as you’d expect — is nothing to sneeze at.

  • Type: Gaming
  • Panel-Type: IPS
  • Refresh Rate: 165Hz
  • Response Time: 4ms
  • GPU Synchronization: NVIDIA G-Sync

12. ASUS ROG Swift PG279Q 27” Monitor

ASUS ROG SWIFT PG279Q

The ASUS ROG Swift PG279Q 27” Monitor is among the most popular on the market, largely thanks to its extra-wide display. But its more than just the WQHD screen. The display features gaming-grade 144Hz refresh rates and a 1ms response time. NVIDIA G-sync technology also steps in to keep everything seamless — no screen tear, no ghosting, no input lag.

G-SYNC works by synchronizing your monitor’s refresh rates to the GeForce GPU in your PC. The result is super smooth gameplay with images appearing pleasingly sharp. Of course, no monitor this expensive would come without full adjustability (tilt, pivot, swivel, and height) and VESA mount capability.

  • Type: Gaming
  • Panel-Type: TN
  • Refresh Rate: 144Hz
  • Response Time: 1ms
  • GPU Synchronization: NVIDIA G-Sync

13. ASUS ROG Swift PG348Q 34” Gaming Monitor

ASUS ROG Swift PG348Q 34 Gaming Monitor Curved Ultra-Wide 1440p MonitorThe ASUS ROG Swift PG348Q is a sleek 34″ gaming monitor that’s ready to handle your toughest games. Equipped with a state of the art IPS display, expect vivid colors and contrast that’ll take your breath away. Then, load up your favorite titles to experience 100Hz refresh rate and zippy 5ms response time. As for screen tear and ghosting? Nu-uh, says ASUS. You’re always ready for action with NVIDIA G-Sync at the ready.

  • Type: Gaming
  • Panel-Type: IPS
  • Refresh Rate: 100Hz
  • Response Time: 5ms
  • GPU Synchronization: NVIDIA G-Sync

14. Asus Designo MX34VQ 34” Monitor

Asus MX34VQ Designo Curved 34” Monitor UQHD 100Hz DP HDMI Eye Care Monitor with Adaptive-Sync

It doesn’t get much better than an ultra-wide curved 1440p monitor with FreeSync technology. But somehow, the ASUS MX34VQ offers that and a whole lot more.

This professional display sports an award-winning design, which includes a transparent base and 5-way navigation key for easy access to its primary funtions. Oh yeah— it also acts as a wireless Qi charging pad for your favorite mobile devices!

Throw in the integrated DisplayPort, several HDMI ports, and the uber-fast 4ms response time, and you’ve found the perfect monitor for all your office needs.

  • Type: Professional
  • Panel-Type: IPS
  • Refresh Rate: 100Hz
  • Response Time: 4ms
  • GPU Synchronization: AMD FreeSync

15. Samsung C34H890WJN 34” Inch Curved Monitor

Samsung C34H890WJN - 34 Inch (3440 x 1440) WQHD UltraWide Professional LED Curved Monitor

Samsung is known as one of the best electronics manufacturers in the world. And the Samsung 34” Curved Monitor shows precisely why.

The 1800R curved screen offers a streamlined view for optimized comfort and productivity. The top 3 sides of the monitor come outfitted with an ultra-slim bezel that complements the minimalist base to a tee. And, the 21:9 ultrawide VA panel displays the most vivid colors for a realistic and immersive viewing experience. It’s one of the best 1440p monitors for the home or office.

  • Type: Professional
  • Panel-Type: VA
  • Refresh Rate: 100Hz
  • Response Time: 4ms
  • GPU Synchronization: N/A

16. ViewSonic XG2703-GS Gaming Monitor

ViewSonic XG2703-GS 27 Inch 165Hz IPS 1440p G-Sync Gaming MonitorThe ViewSonic XG2703 is the mother of gaming monitors. That’s because this WQHD 1440p display boasts an insane 165hz refresh rate and 4ms response time for unrivaled performance. Throw on NVIDIA G-Sync tech, and you can expect ultra-smooth gaming with no ghosting or tears, even on the most demanding settings.

Plus, this high-end monitor is loaded with extras, including an ergonomic stand, flexible connectivity port, and industry-leading warranty. So what are you waiting for? Show the pros how it’s done.

  • Type: Gaming
  • Panel-Type: IPS
  • Refresh Rate: 165Hz
  • Response Time: 4ms
  • GPU Synchronization: NVIDIA G-Sync

17. Alienware 1900R 34” Curved Gaming Monitor

Alienware 1900R Curved Gaming Monitor LED-Lit

Alienware is known for its powerful gaming hardware, and the 1900R curved monitor is no exception. Tear through the screen tear and ghosting with this cutting edge display that offers the smoothest gameplay on the market. Sync up with NVIDIA G-Sync to make the most of your graphics card, and achieve pixel-perfect performance on the highest settings.

This monitor is designed with major gamers in mind, and it’s packed full of proprietary tech like AlienFX to maximize your competitive advantage.

  • Type: Gaming
  • Panel-Type: IPS
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz
  • Response Time: 4ms
  • GPU Synchronization: NVIDIA G-Sync

18. AOC Agon AG352UCG6 35” Curved Gaming Monitor

AOC Agon AG352UCG6 35 Curved Gaming Monitor

As the only MVA display on our list, the AOC Agon has a lot to live up to. Fortunately, it goes way beyond expectations to deliver stunning results in-game and out. Connect to your NVIDIA-powered PC to make use of built-in G-Sync technology, then tear through the competition with a 100hz refresh rate and lightning-quick 4ms response time.

As for looks, this beaut’ features a beautiful 35” curved display with a bright silver base that’ll keep you gaming in style.

  • Type: Gaming
  • Panel-Type: MVA
  • Refresh Rate: 100Hz
  • Response Time: 4ms
  • GPU Synchronization: NVIDIA G-Sync

19. Acer Predator X34 Ultrawide

Acer Predator 34-inch Curved UltraWide QHD (3440 x 1440) NVIDIA G-Sync Widescreen Display

Be the predator with the Acer Predator X34 Ultrawide. Your prey will run terrified as you gallivant across the map, unimpeded by ghosting or screen tear. Use the 4ms response time to your advantage as you lock onto your target, aim, and fire before they can even spot you. Ready to hunt? It’s go time.

  • Type: Gaming
  • Panel-Type: IPS
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Response Time: 4ms
  • GPU Synchronization: NVIDIA G-Sync

20. Acer XR342CK Monitor

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As the most expensive display on our list of best 1440p monitors, the Acer XR342CK has a lot to live up to — and so it does.

This LCD boasts the fastest response time by an IPS panel ever. That’s right. No more lollygagging while the competition wins every matchup. Combine that with the 75hz refresh rate, and you’ll be #1 on the leaderboards in no time.

Oh, and did we mention the AMD FreeSync stops ghosting and tearing in its tracks?

  • Type: Gaming
  • Panel-Type: IPS
  • Refresh Rate: 75Hz
  • Response Time: 1ms
  • GPU Synchronization: AMD FreeSync

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