5 Best G-SYNC Gaming Monitors

5 Best G-SYNC Gaming Monitors

Choosing a perfect one among the best G-SYNC gaming monitors is the task every serious gamer takes with care. Therefore, we assembled a short list of five top G-SYNC gaming monitors for 2019. Read on to learn more!

1. ASUS ROG Swift PG279QZ

ASUS ROG Swift PG279QZ
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Type: IPS

Refresh Rate: 144 Hz

Size: 27”

This monitor delivers a decent overall picture quality, while it also has outstanding motion handling, and the low input lag is excellent. The refresh rate is ultra-fast at 144 Hz, and its 1440p resolution delivers an excellent gaming experience, without the high-performance requirements that 4k gaming monitors require.

This is the upgraded version of the PG279Q model and performs almost identically while being slightly cheaper. However, it cannot be as bright as the older model, which is rough if you own a bright room. It is also not as bright in dark rooms, and therefore your viewing conditions are perhaps the important factor before opting for this monitor. It is tremendous overall, great for most uses, and it should please all of its buyers.

2. Dell AW3418DW

Dell AW3418DW
source: forbes.com

Type: IPS

Refresh Rate: 100 Hz

Size: 34”

This monitor by Dell has a high resolution and a wide-format, while the neat curved screen delivers an immersive gaming experience, perfect for gaming on a PC. The overall picture quality is decent, while the image remains perfectly accurate when looking at it from an angle. This feature is great quick co-op sessions and competitive gamers.

Motion handling is excellent, mostly due to the incredible and fast response time and the 100 Hz refresh rate, which be overclocked to 120 Hz if you need an even faster motion handling. This is a neat feature. Despite the bad native contrast ratio though, the monitor is not good in a dark room, because it has poor black uniformity. It is not very bright either, so bright rooms are a challenge.

3. ASUS ROG Swift PG348Q

ASUS ROG Swift PG348Q
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Type: IPS

Refresh Rate: 60 Hz

Size: 34”

If the Dell AW3418DW caught your eye, but you want a monitor with the less of a curve, the ASUS ROG Swift PG348Q may be for you. The gaming performances are quite similar to the Dell AW3418DW, including the great motion handling and low input lag. It does have a slower default 60 Hz refresh rate, but can be overclocked to 100 Hz. The monitor delivers a similar picture quality as well and is slightly brighter overall. One great thing is that it has a flash lighting that is more easily noticeable, which might be distracting while you play games in a darker room.

4. Dell S2417DG

Dell S2417DG
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Type: TN

Refresh Rate: 144 Hz

Size: 24”

If you are on a budget and are looking for the best G-SYNC gaming monitor you can afford, consider this one. The response time is outstanding for this price and it delivers a crystal clear motion. There is almost no blur trail behind the faster moving objects. The input lag is low, which ensures a gaming experience that is more responsive. The monitor fully supports the NVIDIA black frame option, also known as Ultra Low Motion Blur, or ULMB.

5. Dell S2716DG

Dell S2716DG
source: forbes.com

Type: TN

Refresh Rate: 144 Hz

Size: 27”

Lastly, if you want a great budget G-SYNC gaming monitor but bigger than the last one, S2716DG is perfect for you. It offers almost the same performance and has a great response time, low input lag, and an amazing refresh rate of 144 Hz. Both of these Dell monitors have the same connections on their backs, mainly one HDMI port, and one DisplayPort. Both also work as USB hubs, which is great for controllers, gamepads, and other peripherals you use.

Out of these five G-SYNC gaming monitors, we believe you will find the right one for your gaming setup. Monitors are crucial for gaming, and without them, there is no use of a computer. Therefore, you should not look to save up on them if you are a serious gamer.

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