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The size and resolution of your monitor will dictate the real estate available for work and how immersive your game play will be – but if you are a professional or perfectionist, then you may also want to know about colour accuracy, panel technology and HDR.

Gigabyte AORUS AD27QD - A Gamer's Dream

AORUS may not be the first name that pops into your head when thinking about top-quality monitors - but the AD27QD really delivers. Aimed squarely at the competitive gamer, it has a high refresh-rate, excellent colour accuracy and a range of gaming-oriented features as well. If you take your esports seriously - then this is hands-down the best monitor to get.

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Asus ROG Swift PG27UQ

We waited an age for 4K 144Hz monitors to arrive - but boy was it worth it, as the ROG Swift PG27UQ delives an unreal gaming experience, especially when you factor in the HDR10 support as well. It's certainly not cheap, but if you have the cash to splash, this is a superb gaming monitor.

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The ProArt PA32UC simply delivers everything a professional could ask for. Its colour accuracy and gamut is simply outstanding, while there's also plenty of extra features - like Thunderbolt/USB-C connectivity - which make this the perfect high-quality professional display.

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Philips Momentum 436M6VBPAB

The Momentum 436M6VBPAB is a huge monitor, with a 43in panel. Its 4K resolution works perfectly at that size, though, and it also offers incredible colour accuracy and a wide gamut. Add in DisplayHDR 1000 support, with an extremely high maximum brightness level, and the end result is a simply excellent monitor.

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Iiyama Red Eagle G-MASTER GB2560HSU

The Red Eagle G-MASTER GB2560HSU is a great option for gamers who don't want to break the bank. It will set you back just over £200, but for that price you get excellent colour accuracy, a 144Hz refresh-rate that's great for gaming, and FreeSync support as well.

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