1. Gigabyte Aorus AD27QD:
Gigabyte launches the world first tactical monitor a few years ago with the impressive gaming design. It is a 27-inch 1440p flat IPS panel with a refresh rate of 144 hertz and free sync support. Aorus monitor has three microphones on the front that listen to the ambient noise in the room. It has an adjustable noise-canceling ANC feature. This type of monitors can be used with NVIDIA GPUs because it supports low framerate compensation for adaptive sync support from one hertz to 144 hertz with HDR 400 certification display. Normally newer OEMs just come out with a basic selection of software features but gigabyte AD27QD boosts a feature set which is even better than renowned manufacturers in many regards that most of the features can be controlled by the on-screen directional toggle.
2. ViewSonic Elite XG240R:
This ViewSonic monitor is hard to beat with respect to the low price. In this low price, they offer a 144p refresh rate with the 1ms response time. They offer high performance for gamers with a high-quality display and low input lag features. The best feature of this free sync gaming monitor is the 22-level black stabilization which is highly preferable in the games in which gamers can’t see enemies in the dark. The offer high contrast and rich colors with HDR and extended color features.
3. ViewSonic XG3220:
This is ViewSonic 32-inch 4K UHD resolution gaming monitor. It offers high refresh rates and a fast response rate with a sharp vision of HDR10 graphics support. It supports AMD free sync, HDMI display ports and includes a built-in microphone and speakers. With the AMD freeSync feature gameplay looks smoother even with higher fps. This 32-inch monitor can readily substitute a TV without extra equipment being required. It is an outstanding monitor for gaming because it has so many significant ports for PC games.
4. Asus MG279Q:
It is one of the best and very first 144 hertz with 2560×1440 resolution free sync gaming monitor. It contains TN panels, the good thing about this that it has amazing response times which is less than one millisecond. It has a very big display with very thin bezel with thin anti-glare coating for matte looks and wider viewing angles. The monitor comes with the standard adjustments including height, tilt, pivot, and rotation. This monitor gets a 100 percent accurate RGB gamut with flicker free functionality. The activation range of free sync is 35-90 hertz and with 144 hertz IPS panel, it has the better image quality.
5. Alienware 25 Gaming Monitor:
The Alienware 25 is a gaming monitor with high 240-hertz refresh rate, 1ms grey-to-grey response time and AMD free sync. This monitor has a 24.5 inch IPS display with a 16×9 aspect ratio and runs with a 1080p resolution. This monitor needs an AMD graphics card to take advantage of free sync. It is using TN panel and it has a viewing angle of 170 degrees horizontally and 160 degrees vertically. The panel also has a peak brightness of 400 nits and 1000 to 1 contrast ratio. This display features will reduce input lag and eliminates screen tearing.
6. Samsung C32HG70:
It is a 32-inch quantum dot gaming monitor. It got HDR, it runs 144-hertz WQHD resolution, 1ms response rate, and AMD free sync. It has a very unique curved design which is a bit more understated than other gaming monitors. It contains a subtle LED ring on the back with on/off functionality. It contains a VA LCD panel with 1440p resolution which is good for gaming monitors. It also has support for AMD free sync which helps eliminate image tears and reduces shutters. The color accuracy and resolution paired with the curved screen provides a really immersive experience to the gamers for competitive games. It also has a low input lag mode which improves the responsiveness even more.
7. Acer XR382CQK:
Monitor size is kind of like megapixels for cameras and everyone knows that bigger is better. This monitor has a big screen size of 37.5 inches measured diagonally with 3845×1600 resolution IPS panel. It is curved with a 2300R rating and sits on the very good looking removable stand with height and tilt adjustments. The best thing about this gaming monitor is the 110 pixels per inch pixel density. This monitor has one MHL HDMI port, two display ports, four USB 3.0 ports and one full-size display port output for daisy-chaining. There are two multi-tasking features in this free sync gaming monitor – picture by picture for side by side inputs and the other one is picture-in-picture feature.
8. BenQ EW3270U:
The BenQ EW3270U is a 32-inch 4k HDR monitor with AMD free sync. The 31.5-inch panel has a 16×9 aspect ratio and runs with 4K resolution, so 3840×2160 which gives 140 PPI pixel density. The panel also runs at 60 hertz with 4ms response time, not as fast as other gaming monitors. Its got a peak brightness of 300 nits and has VA panel with decent contrast and in terms of color gamut, BenQ is capable of 95 percent of the DCI-P3 color range with support of 1.07 billion different colors.
9. Samsung Q90R (QN65Q90RAFXZA):
It is the most fully equipped QLED TV with free sync support. This is not much a gaming monitor but with 4k ultra HD display and less response rate, it is preferable for gaming purposes. FreeSync is the designation of AMD for its monitoring technology for variable refresh rate (VRR). This 4K TV features a 65-inch QLED screen with 1,300-nits maximum brightness and 480 local dimming areas, making it one of the finest FreeSync screens to experience HDR games. The wide angle viewing helps a lot in the competitive game and editing videos.
10. LG 24UC79G:
It is the ultrawide monitor that provides an ideal workspace for editing videos and playing high-resolution games with 3840×1600 resolution. It is very well suited for serious gamers because it has a 34-inch IPS panel with 144-hertz refresh rate and less than one millisecond response time. Its also free sync ready and comes with a handful of software editions geared towards gamers. The 34 inch IPS panel has a gentle curve due to which it eliminates the loss of picture quality for every angle.