Best Gaming Monitors in Pakistan 2022 | Acom

Best Gaming Monitors in 2022

The best gaming monitor is the only way to show off that blazing new graphics card you just paid the MSRP for five times. Sure, you could post a picture of yourself driving home from Micro Center with an RX 6800 XT in the passenger seat or post a 'what do you think of my build?' On Reddit, demanding approval from sickened peers, the only way to truly demonstrate its capabilities is to connect it to a great gaming monitor.

After all, your graphics card determines the type of monitor you should choose. If you want to maintain your GeForce GTX 1060, there's no purpose in getting a 4K screen (or ultrawide equivalent). The best screens require the best graphics cards to achieve their full potential.

If you have an Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti or an AMD RX 6000-series graphics card, you have a lot of choices. These new GPUs are capable of handling 4K panels at silky-smooth frame rates, as well as the top high-refresh-rate displays. We recommend 1440p if your GPU isn't up to the job of beating 60 frames per second at 4K (for example, if you have an RTX 2060 or RTX 2070). To futureproof your setup, you could have a 4K display and just run games at 1440p.

Some Of Our Personal Favourites

LG 27GN950-B: 

Specification: 

Screen size: 27-inch

Panel type: Nano IPS

Aspect ratio: 16:9

Resolution: 3840 x 2160

Response time: 1ms

Refresh rate: 144Hz

Weight: 16.9lbs

Refresh rate technology: G-Sync Compatible, FreeSync Premium Pro

Top reasons to buy: 

  • Bright, striking colors
  • G-Sync/FreeSync compatible
  • Outstanding response time for a 4K monitor

Gaming in 4K is an expensive proposition. To get reasonable frame rates at such a high resolution, you'll need a large amount of rendering power. If you have a top-of-the-line graphics card, such as an RTX 3080, RTX 3090, or RX 6800 XT, though, your wish can finally come true.

The LG UltraGear is the world's first 4K Nano IPS 1ms gaming monitor. This 4K 27-inch HDR display offers a crazy 144Hz refresh rate and 1ms reaction time for a 4K monitor. The most remarkable feature is Nano IPS technology, which gives a vast color range and excellent viewing angles.

Gigabyte G27Q: 

Specification: 

Screen size: 27-inch

Panel type: IPS

Aspect ratio: 16:9

Resolution: 2560 x 1440

Response time: 1ms

Refresh rate: 144Hz

Weight: 20.9lbs

Refresh rate technology: FreeSync Premium

Reasons to buy: 

  • Fantastic picture quality
  • Excellent gaming performance
  • Lots of useful utilities

The G27Q demonstrates that a good IPS 1440p display does not have to be expensive. Gigabyte's 27-inch monitor costs $330 and comes with a slew of desirable features, but it's most known for its vibrant color and fluid gaming. The 144Hz refresh rate is also beneficial.

In comparison to other more expensive alternatives, the Gigabyte G27Q is a bit of a plain Jane. It's a 27-inch flat display with a bland appearance that wouldn't stand out in an office. However, it's one of the best gaming displays. It not only has a beautiful, colorful display, but it also supports HDR and has a slew of handy features to make gaming more enjoyable.

Dell S2722DGM: 

Specifications: 

Screen size: 27-inch

Panel type: VA

Aspect ratio: 16:9

Resolution: 2560 x 1440

Response time: 1ms

Refresh rate: 165Hz

Weight: 9.4lbs

Refresh rate technology: FreeSync Premium

Reasons to buy: 

  • 1440p and 165Hz is a very nice combo
  • Strong inherent contrast from VA panel
  • Affordable for a gaming panel

PC gaming is all about balance, just like the magical ways of the Force. It's pointless to put too much emphasis on one aspect of your system without considering the complete picture. Why bother with a 60Hz 1080p screen when you have an RTX 3080 Ti? Similarly, why spend a lot of money on a 4K monitor when you have a Radeon RX 6600?

The classic 27-inch Dell S2722DGM combines that screen size with a native resolution of 2560 x 1440, giving you a good pixel pitch for fine detail. With a 440p resolution, you can enjoy great frame rates without the GPU needs of a 4K display.

It can also provide that resolution at a rate of 165Hz, which is greater than the IPS-based Gigabyte above it. Given the technology's intrinsic high contrast, this VA panel also implies it has a much greater contrast ratio. It's also a fantastic value. Dell produces high-quality gaming panels with all of the functionality you want and only a few extras to inflate the price. As a result, it is one of the best gaming monitors available today for most PC gamers.

Alienware 25 AW2521HF:

Specifications:

Screen size: 25-inch

Panel type: IPS

Aspect ratio: 16:9

Resolution: 1920 x 1080

Response time: 1ms

Refresh rate: 240Hz

Weight: 7.8lbs

Refresh rate technology: G-Sync Compatible, FreeSync Premium

Reasons to Buy: 

  • Great viewing angles
  • Fast response times

240Hz gaming used to be a specialty, but it's grown more mainstream, and Alienware has jumped ahead of the pack with the stunning AW2521HF gaming display. While it isn't the cheapest on the market, it has the design and performance that will make you want to keep it on your desk.

In games like Valorant and Destiny 2, gamers will appreciate the Alienware 25's lightning-fast reaction speed, minimal to no ghosting or artifacts. The 1080p IPS panel is also bright and colorful.

The Alienware 25 can manage even the most annoying glares, whether you work or game in a bright setting. More significantly, whether you use the AW252HF in the center of your desk for gaming or off to the side as a second monitor in portrait mode for working, the AW252HF boasts some great viewing angles. 


Dell S3222DGM: 

Specifications: 

Screen-size: 32-inch 

Panel type: VA

Aspect ratio: 16:9

Resolution: 2560 x 1440

Response time: 1ms

Refresh rate: 165Hz

Weight: 16.4lbs

Refresh rate technology: FreeSync Premium

Reasons to buy: 

  • Awesome value for money
  • Decent all-round image quality
  • Reasonably quick and responsive

We'd all want a thousand dollars burning a hole in our pockets to spend on a new gaming monitor. However, in the real world, the Dell S3222DGM demands a piece of the budget that most of us have.

It's a 32-inch monster with a 165Hz VA display and a resolution of 2560 by 1440 pixels. Yes, the tried-and-true 1440p resolution, often regarded as the sweet spot for real-world gaming, provides the ideal mix of performance and visual quality. In terms of pixel density, this results in a somewhat large panel for 1440p.

Pixio PX277 Prime: 

The best budget gaming monitor

Specifications: 

Screen size: 27-inch panel type: 

VAAspect ratio: 16:9

Resolution: 2560 x 1440

Response time: 1ms

Refresh rate: 165Hz

Weight: 16.3lbs

Refresh rate technology: G-Sync Compatible, FreeSync Premium

Reasons to buy: 

  • Affordable
  • 165 Hz refresh rate

The Pixio PX277 Prime is about as barebones as it comes to gaming monitors. With compatible graphics cards, this 27-inch 1440p panel offers frames at a constant 165Hz and is also FreeSync certified for a tear-free gaming experience. The anti-glare screen performs admirably in most high light areas, and the small bezel is always a plus in our book.

However, the PX277 Prime's main selling feature is its inexpensive cost. A terrific entry-level alternative for people who want a bigger screen with a fast refresh rate without breaking the bank.

While the Pixio panel's build quality isn't as good as a higher-end monitor, it's ideal for the budget gamer who doesn't mind abandoning some of the bells and whistles of a higher-end display in exchange for top performance.

Gigabyte M28U: 

Specifications: 

Screen size: 28-inch

Panel type: IPS

Aspect ratio: 16:9

Resolution: 3840 x 2160

Response time: 2ms

Refresh rate: 144Hz

Weight: 15.3lbs

Refresh rate technology: FreeSync Premium

Reasons to buy: 

  • Affordable 4K
  • 144Hz refresh rate
  • Stunning IPS panel
  • Great for 4K gaming

For PC gamers and Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5 owners, the M28U fits all the criteria.

It comes with a gorgeous 28-inch IPS display that provides superb image quality and color depth. The 144Hz frame rate (120Hz on console) and 2ms MPRT reaction time will, however, be the main selling points for gamers. That's certainly fast enough for our tastes, and looking attractive while doing so is a big plus.

What makes the M28U even more appealing is that it is reasonably priced.

Acer Predator X38: 

The best widescreen curved gaming monitor.

Specifications: 

Screen size: 37.5-inch

Aspect ratio: 24:9

Resolution: 3840 x 1600

Response time: 1ms

Refresh rate: 144Hz (175Hz overclocked)

Weight: 21lbs

Refresh rate technology: G-Sync Ultimate

Reasons to buy: 

  • Expansive resolution
  • Quality, responsive IPS panel
  • 175Hz refresh rates

If 'go big or go home is your display credo, Acer has you covered with the Predator X38, a gigantic 38-inch curved screen that looks fantastic. It has a 3840x1600 resolution and a not-quite-4K QHD ultrawide display. The IPS panel looks good with a 24:9 aspect ratio, and the size means you have a lot of screen real estate for games.

The display also has G-Sync technology, which allows for variable refresh rates of up to 175Hz. It is a significant improvement over curved gaming displays with lower refresh rates. Its display is large, bold, and lovely-looking and the zero-frame bezel-less design is a nice touch. 

Samsung Odyssey Neo G9: 

It is a super-wide PC gaming.

Specifications: 

Screen size: 49-inch

Aspect ratio: 32:9

Resolution: 5120 x 1440

Response time: 1ms

Refresh rate: 240Hz

Weight: 32lbs

Refresh rate technology: AMD FreeSync Premium Pro, Nvidia G-Sync Compatible

Reasons to buy: 

  • Stupendous 49-inch, uber-curved VA panel
  • Outrageous peak brightness
  • Super-fast pixel response and refresh

The very finest has now gotten much better. For the new Samsung Odyssey Neo G9, that's a given conclusion. After all, Samsung's top-of-the-line gaming monitor was already the Odyssey G9. A mini-LED backlight is included in the Neo G9.

It appears identical to the original G9 right out of the box. However, the original G9's most glaring flaw has been corrected on the inside. Then there's more. The VA panel on the Neo G9 is still excellent. However, instead of edge-lit dimming, its new backlight has full-array dimming. It has 2,048 zones of cutting-edge mini-LED technology. This gadget is a thousand times more advanced than the last one. As if that weren't enough, the Neo G9's peak brightness has been increased to 2,000 nits, which is enough to burn your retina. 

ROG Swift PG259QN: 

Specification: 

Screen size: 24-inch

Panel type: IPS

Aspect ratio: 16:9

Resolution: 1920 x 1080

Response time: 1ms

Refresh rate: 360Hz

Weight: 7.8lbs

Refresh rate technology: G-Sync

Reasons to buy: 

  • 360Hz refresh rate
  • Excellent response time

The ROG Swift PG259QN will tick all of your boxes if you're a lover of pure excess. Thanks to Nvidia Reflex (if you're using an RTX card), this insanely fast 360Hz display even helps you study your gaming ecology to see which of your gadgets influences your latency. Checking to see whether your gear or accessories have a lot of input latency is helpful information that will protect you from spending money on unnecessary improvements.

Because it's a competitive gamer's dream, this monitor cuts our list of the best gaming monitors. This Swift gaming display will delight anybody seeking a competitive edge and prioritizing speed over all else. If you already have a 240Hz monitor, you're undoubtedly happy with it, but once you see this one in action, you'll realize why. Just make sure you have a GPU that can churn out a lot of frames.

ROG STRIX XG17AHPE Portable Monitor: 

it is the best portable monitor for gaming

Specification: 

Screen size: 17.3-inch

Aspect ratio: 16:9

Resolution: 1920 x 1080

Response time: 3ms

Refresh rate: 240Hz

Weight: 2.3lbs

Refresh rate technology: Adaptive Sync compatible

Reasons to buy:

  • Easy to use
  • Lightweight and thin
  • Speedy 240 Hz display
  • Decent battery

Portable monitors have always been something of a curiosity. It's generally hooked to someone's dreary work laptop and charged with showing mind-numbing spreadsheets whenever you encounter one out in public. Portable monitors allow you to have a second screen on the go without the hassle. The ROG Strix XG17AHPE offers the same portability as the ROG Strix XG17AHPE but with the added performance of a premium gaming monitor.

This 17-inch IPS display is small and light, with a 240Hz refresh rate and a 3ms reaction time, making it the ideal gaming monitor for a LAN party. The silky-smooth refresh rate will help shooters like CS: GO and Apex Legends, and you won't have to compromise battery life to do it. At the very least, the built-in 7800mAh battery will provide you with a couple of hours of playtime.

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