A quick note for those who are new to ultra-fast displays and why we want them; the HZ rate is basically a number of times your monitor can update/redraw the image on the screen - with 144Hz being able to do this up to 144 times per second! With these higher frame rates, all those missing images on the screen come together in a beautiful smooth motion that makes it much easier to target opponents - of course, our PC will need to be able to push out that many frames but that’s another topic covered in How to Choose the BEST Gaming Monitor for your Gaming PC - so back to the subject at hand!
We feel the need, the need for SPEED!
Blazing in as the fastest gaming monitor with a 240Hz panel, this brand new Asus XG258Q is a sight to behold! This new ROG Strix is all about speed - making it the perfect monitor for high action gaming, or pretty much anything eSports related if you want every advantage possible.
This 1920x1080 resolution gaming monitor is the fastest ever, with a 240Hz native refresh rate, 1ms response time and extremely low motion blur technology for silky-smooth gameplay and ultra-realistic visuals. Additionally, ROG Strix XG258Q has distinctive Strix-exclusive design elements and RGB lighting that adds ambience to any gaming setup or LAN party. This lighting is actually ASUS AURA enabled too, so you can control this device as a part of the whole RGB lighting ecosystem that is connected hardware within your ROG motherboard, graphics card, mouse, headset and keyboard.
It's also packing G-Sync, making it the top choice for those running a Gaming PC using Nvidia graphics, and frankly, you're going to need an incredibly powerful rig to push out all the frames that this amazing monitor can give you.
The incredibly fast Asus PG279Q is very fast indeed clocking at 165Hz, and this even more impressive with the higher resolution at 2560x1440! It has featured as the exclusive monitor in the eSports events such as ESL ONE Cologne and the DOTA 2 International with performance viable for these highest-end competitions, it's a monitor designed to give you the winning edge. Packing G-Sync inside yet again, this monitor is designed to be paired with Gaming PC that use Nvidia graphics cards within.
NEW ENTRY! The latest Titan Army K2G6R is a giant for sure, coming in with a curved display which offers both a higher resolution of 2560x1440 and that high-speed 144FPS savvy framerate we need - and at the best price when compared to other monitors of this spec (seriously, check out the price compared to the options above and below, it's that good).
With a minimalist design to the curved frame and small touches like the headphone stand built into the back, this new Titan Army K2G6R is certainly one of the best-looking monitors available today!
NEW ENTRY! The LG 24GL600F combines smooth action with clean design, and we just love the gaming experience. A monitor’s response time is absolutely critical in games, and the 1ms Motion Blur Reduction feature gives gamers the precision and accuracy needed to play at a very high level.
Equipped with Radeon FreeSync, the 24GL600F provides smooth motion without tearing or stuttering thanks to Adaptive-Sync technology.
The new Rog Swift XG27VQ is the latest 1920x1080 Freesync Monitor with a beautiful 144Hz refresh rate. It features ASUS-exclusive Extreme Low Motion Blur and Adaptive-Sync (FreeSync) technologies intended for use with Gaming PC featuring AMD Graphics Cards inside - giving us a reduction in tearing/stuttering while gaming. Its game-inspiring design integrates onboard ASUS Aura RGB lighting to add ambience to any gaming setup.
This next one fit right in with the giants above, and with a 2560x1440 resolution the LG 32GK850G is an excellent gaming monitor, with controls right on the front to give you access to special gaming presets on the fly. It is overclockable to 165HZ, even while maintaining the 2560x1440 resolution and features an anti-glare panel with Nvidia G-Sync which reduces the tearing and stuttering that occur between a Nvidia Graphics Cards frame rate and a monitor's refresh rate.
And this one is a MASSIVE, the Samsung LC49HG90DMEXXY (haha even the model name is BIG!) is perfect for those who want to create the traditional multi-monitor setup, often seen in high-end racing or flight simulators but with the latest tech from 2019!
With this juggernaut, you'll have no gaps separating the screens, it's just one gigantic monitor panel spanning your vision. The super ultra-wide 49-inch screen with its innovative 32:9 aspect ratio means you get to see game scenes in their entirety, exactly as their developers intended. And the 1800R curved panel immerses you in gameplay and delivers iMax-style cinematic viewing for movies and video content, you'll find yourself turning your head just to see it all!
The new ROG Strix XG49VQ is another super ultra-wide 49-inch gaming monitor option that provides a smooth 144Hz refresh rate for a great gaming experience. With its super-ultra-wide screen, multiple inputs and picture-by-picture support, ROG Strix XG49VQ lets you watch up to three content sources at the same time, the 32:9 aspect ratio is like having two 27" monitors side-by-side!
With features that include the latest Radeon FreeSync 2 HDR and DisplayHDR 400 certifications making the colours and smoothness of this beast very impressive indeed.
The Acer Predator X27 bmiphzx can give you incredible speeds at 4K! Interesting, Acer promotes this one as 120Hz but in the specs, it's listed as 144Hz. This could be due to some compression that occurs when trying to push all that information through the cable from your GPU to your monitor, or a simple typo - we'll seek clarification and update.
Yet again this is designed specifically for those with Nvidia graphics cards in their Gaming PC, and this can be used to dynamically match the refresh rate of the display to the frame rate output of the GPU, which is great to have when you're operating at this ultra-high resolution.
If you're looking for an absolutely insane display to go with your insanely powerful Gaming PC this is the one!
The massive Titan Army C34SW is a well priced, impressive widescreen for any gaming setup. With a resolution at 3440X1440, narrow bezel and beautiful white/silver frame, it's certainly one of the best-looking gaming monitors around if you're after one without the usual bling commonly found on "gamer" themed products.
You might think this 75Hz monitor is a little odd in a list like this but if your running and RX570 + Ryzen 3 or similar combo within your system you'll likely find this monitor is perfect, better still if you're on the AMD graphics card team you'll be happy to see this one also features super-smooth visuals thanks to FreeSync. Complete with features like dynamic action sync and black stable mode this monitor is great for marathon gaming sessions.
WOAH! So many amazing monitors already! These are just a slice from our massive Monitor range here at PB Tech New Zealand, check out the full range in-store or online today!