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If you have an Nvidia graphics card, you owe it to yourself to invest in a G-Sync monitor. Variable refresh rate technology makes a huge difference in the smoothness and responsiveness of your games.

Best Deals on G-Sync Monitors

But there are lots of G-Sync monitors out there, and you (probably) only need one, so we’re here to help you figure out which one to buy.

TL;DR – These are the Best G-Sync Gaming Monitors:

1. Acer Predator XB321HK

Best G-Sync Gaming Monitor

OUR PICK
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The Acer Predator XB321HK (read our review) is a large 32-inch, 4K monitor that serves up a spectacularly big and bold 4K picture. Thanks to its IPS panel, it displays bright and accurate colors along with the a quick 1ms response time and 60Hz refresh rate that PC gamers demand. Of course, there's also G-Sync support, which smooths out your frame rate for a seamless gaming experience. If you’ve got the room in your budget and on your desk, the Acer Predator XB321HK offers a compelling picture and experience.

2. Alienware 25 Gaming Monitor

The Best 1080p G-Sync Monitor

Alienware’s 25 Gaming Monitor (read our review) uses a TN panel, which means super-fast response times, high brightness, and high refresh rates at the expense of a wide color gamut and wide viewing angles. It’s pricey for a 1080p monitor, but it offers a blistering 240Hz maximum refresh rate and 1ms response times. That’s some top-tier Esports performance right there.

And that’s what you buy a 1080p gaming monitor for, generally; you pair it with a high-power graphics card and get those super-high refresh and frame rates for the smoothest and most responsive gaming possible. It’s also pretty stylish (a bonus for something that sits up on your gaming desk all day), and you get four USB 3.0 ports to plug in accessories, and an HDMI port to plug in a game console.

3. ViewSonic XG2703-GS

The Best 1440p G-Sync Monitor

When we took a look the best 27-inch gaming monitors, we just slightly preferred the Viewsonic XG2703-GS (read our review) to the ASUS ROG Swift PG279QR. The chief reason? The Asus monitor’s TN panel didn’t have the nice wide viewing angles of the IPS panel in the Viewsonic monitor. And though TN has faster switching speeds, we didn’t really notice the difference in gaming.

The ViewSonic XG2703-GS stands out because instead of using a fast TN panel like most gaming monitors, it features an "IPS-type" panel for more accurate colors and wider viewing angles. The tradeoff is the response time isn’t the 1ms you get from a TN panel but 4ms -- still plenty fast for most gamers.

4. ASUS ROG Swift PG279QR

Another Great 1440p G-Sync Monitor

For a TN monitor, the Asus ROG Swift PG279QR offers some stunningly accurate colors. Although it doesn't have as wide of a viewing angle as the IPS panel in the Viewsonic XG2703-GS, this display makes games look crisper and sharper with a 165Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time.

As with other Nvidia G-Sync displays on this list, you won't see any screen tearing, blurring, or stuttering. Instead, this gaming monitor simply delivers an excellent gameplay experience.

5. LG 32GK850G

The Best Big 1440p G-Sync Monitor

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If a 27-inch display isn’t big or immersive enough for you -- and your desk has luxurious dimensions—this LG 32GK850G (read our review) panel bumps you up to 32-inches. It delivers G-Sync along with a 1440p resolution and a 165Hz refresh rate. You might start looking for 4K resolution at 32 inches, but 1440p suffices for most games, even if you had the GPU to push it higher. The LG 32GK850G also boasts great contrast ratio and very good color.

6. Acer Predator XB271HK

The Best 4K G-Sync Monitor

Acer’s excellent Predator XB271HK (read our review) isn’t cheap, but it’s actually around the same price as the best 1440p monitors. Of course, running triple-A games at 4K requires a beefy graphics card, and those 1440p monitors have the benefit of super-high refresh rates without the crazy costs of 4K 144Hz gaming monitors like the Asus ROG Swift PG27UQ (read our review).

A couple of this monitor's USB ports can be a little hard to reach, and the on-screen display for adjusting settings is awkward. But for great visual quality and performance at a reasonable price, you can’t beat it.

7. Asus ROG Swift PG348Q

The Best Ultrawide G-Sync Monitor

If you want that super-immersive 21:9 experience, you may be tempted to purchase a monitor with a 2560 x 1080 resolution. That’s definitely going require a less expensive graphics card to maintain high frame rates, but the pixel density is likely to disappoint you. What good is filling your peripheral vision to immerse you in your game if you’re looking at big fat pixels? Instead, consider one with a 3,440 x 1,440 resolution. Your eyes will thank you.

There aren’t many ultrawide monitors that support higher than 60Hz refresh rates, G-Sync technology, and have excellent color, contrast, and viewing angles. The Asus ROG Swift PG348Q (read our review) monitor delivers all three. It’s got a generous size, an IPS panel, a couple USB ports and an HDMI port (in addition to the main DisplayPort input), and a 100Hz refresh rate—on par with the best 1440p Ultrawide monitors out there. It’s even got a neat little flip-down peg to hang your headset on, which is a nice touch. This is an amazing gaming monitor.

8. Acer Predator XB241H

Best Budget G-Sync Monitor

The 24-inch Acer Predator XB241H is a well-received 1080p G-Sync monitor that won’t break the bank. It’s one of the most affordable ways to get into variable refresh rate technology for those with Nvidia graphics cards.

It uses a TN panel and has a top refresh rate of 144Hz (180Hz with overclocking), so you don’t get that crazy-fast refresh rate of the Alienware or the fantastic viewing angles and color gamut of an IPS display. It also doesn’t have any extra USB ports to plug in peripherals, if that’s the kind of thing you’re into (though it does have both DisplayPort and HDMI inputs).

However, it costs hundreds less than the very best 1080p G-Sync monitors, and if you’re a gamer and the choice is between “cheap G-Sync or no G-Sync” then you should go for cheap G-Sync every time. Variable refresh rate technology is just that good.

9. Viotek GFT27DB

The Best G-Sync Compatible FreeSync Monitor

With a price hovering around $365 (street), the Viotek GFT27DB (read our review) is a 27-inch 1440p TN panel with a speedy 144Hz refresh rate and a 1ms response time. It’s a FreeSync monitor, but it's compatible with G-Sync. Nvidia hasn’t tested this model (or any Viotek display) to date for its G-Sync compatibility list, but IGN's testing confirms that it plays nice with G-Sync when the feature is manually enabled. I can also attest to this display's deep blacks and excellent color accuracy. The Viotek GFT27DB delivers G-Sync without the typical G-Sync markup.

What to look for in a G-Sync Gaming Monitor

A little background: G-Sync is Nvidia’s proprietary technology for variable refresh rate (VRR) monitors. The company embeds a display controller in the monitor (which makes it cost a little more) and then it can sync the monitor's refresh rate with the frame output from any modern Nvidia graphics card (Kepler or newer). If you’ve got an AMD graphics card, a G-Sync monitor will just act as a normal monitor and you'll need a FreeSync display instead.

So what is VRR? Basically, a normal monitor is locked to a single refresh rate—that’s the number of times per second that it changes the color and brightness of the pixels on the screen. Your graphics card draws a frame, and then waits until the monitor’s next refresh cycle to display it. This has the effect of making your game jump frame rate between even multiples of the display’s refresh: with a 144Hz monitor, your games will run at 144fps, for example (if you have the right hardware or powerful enough prebuilt PC, of course).

With VRR technology, the monitor refreshes whenever the graphics card is done drawing the next frame.

Disabling Vsync will also allow your graphics card to run as fast as possible on any monitor, but it produces an ugly visual artifact called tearing, where the monitor displays partially-drawn frames on top of the previous frame. With VRR technology (G-Sync or FreeSync), the monitor refreshes whenever the graphics card is done drawing the next frame. So your monitor and game might max out at 60Hz, but if your game is running at 52fps, the monitor will refresh at 52Hz, drawing the frame immediately instead of waiting for the next 60Hz cycle. So you’ll see the frame rate your graphics card is capable of, not a big downgrade to 30fps.

As a final reminder: there are two VRR technologies gamers should know about: G-Sync and FreeSync. G-Sync is Nvidia's proprietary technology and only works with Nvidia graphics cards. FreeSync is AMD’s brand for a VRR technology built on top of the VESA standard and only works with AMD GPUs. G-Sync requires extra hardware in the monitor, driving monitors costs up, but maintains consistently high quality. FreeSync requires no special hardware and thus monitors are typically cheaper, but quality control is a little less consistent.

Acer Predator XB273K, XB273K, Acer

G-Sync on a FreeSync Display?

At CES 2019, Nvidia announced its intention to encroach on AMD's turf with its G-Sync Compatible initiative. Basically, Nvidia is testing existing FreeSync equipped monitors with its latest G-Sync drivers.

The new driver went live in January with 12 FreeSync monitors certified as G-Sync compatible, and thanks to another three being added during Computex the number of G-Sync compatible monitors on the list has increased to 28. That's huge news for anyone running a FreeSync monitor, or looking for a less expensive solution to G-Sync. More importantly, if users find themselves playing games with an RTX- or GTX-powered gaming PC and an Xbox One X, they won't have to choose between either a G-Sync or FreeSync display, since each of the monitors we've included on this list work with either variable refresh rate technology.

There are also more G-Sync compatible FreeSync monitors than Nvidia has tested. You can manually set most FreeSync monitors to work with Nvidia GPUs and G-Sync. One such displaly is the Viotek GFT27DB, which we recently reviewed. It isn’t on the compatibility list, but it played nice with G-Sync during testing.

If you're looking to get the most out of your PC's display, be sure to check out our guide to the best 4K gaming monitors, the top graphics cards of 2019, or for absolutely blazing frame rates, our guide to the best 240hz monitors.

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