Last updated on April 8th, 2024 at 01:38 pm

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.


After putting the MSI MPG 321URX through its paces over the last couple of weeks, it is hard to be anything but mighty impressed with what this gaming monitor is able to achieve. Utilising Samsung's 3rd Gen QD-OLED panel, the combination of the 4K resolution, 240Hz refresh and other benefits of OLED technology is as good as I hoped - it delivers a gaming experience which is, in my opinion, unlike anything else on the market right now.

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Philips Evnia 34M2C8600

Using the same 3440x1440 QD-OLED as the Alienware AW3423DW, manufactured by Samsung, it's no surprise that overall image quality and brightness is very similar between the two - and that is a very good thing indeed. Likewise, response times are absolutely rapid, barely registering above 1ms on average. HDR performance is fantastic, too. If you haven't tried a proper HDR display I can't recommend it enough...

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Philips Momentum 32M1N5800A

At the £759.99 asking price, the value on offer from the Philips Momentum 32M1N5800A is very strong, so it's certainly worth a close look for those in the market for a 32in 4K/144Hz gaming monitor. It'd pair very nicely with a high-end PC or current-gen console and is faster than a number of key competitors, while also undercutting them on price by £50-100.

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AOC Q24G2A (23.8in 1440p)

Above all else, the IPS panel that AOC has deployed here is very high quality considering the £220 asking price. Colour accuracy, contrast and brightness are all decent, but it's the response times that really excel. Using the Medium overdrive setting, the Q24G2A offers a very fast gaming experience with minimal overshoot, delivering one of the best average grey-to-grey response times that we have seen from an LCD.

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