Two tempered glass panels, three LL120 RGB fans, and iCUE software control for £110.
An £80 mid-tower with a focus on low noise.
The Impact returns! But is it worth its hefty asking price?
Marries DisplayHDR and DisplayPort, too.
27" 1440p AOC AG273QCG up for grabs!
Twice as bright, or half the power.
ELMB-Sync coming to three new monitors.
Troubled, delayed 35” G-Sync HDR screen also shown off.
4K, 60Hz, HDR, and Adaptive Sync.
A 1440p 31.5" screen with FreeSync 2 HDR with 144Hz refresh rate.
This 165Hz 1440p screen sports G-Sync, a 1800R curve, and a wallet-busting price.
1080p 24" screen with FreeSync, 144Hz refresh rate, and plenty of adjustment for £220.
HDR, but only 420 nits.
Aims at OLED, micro-LED panels.
Yes, that is the name of the product.
Triple the resolution, a fifth the energy.
MSI recently entered the gaming monitor market, and the curved Optix MPG27CQ sports a 144Hz 1440p panel and - wait for it - RGB.
Expect a very high price tag.
Windows-only, for now.
Gaming Storage card with RAID 0 NVMe for Z370, too.
27" 1080p panel with a 144Hz refresh rate and FreeSync.
A 27", 1080p, FreeSync-enabled monitor for under £200? Surely there's a catch - we dig deeper.
One of the cheapest FreeSync monitors on the market passes through our labs.
240Hz flat and 144Hz curved, respectively.
Ticks a feature missing from the XL2540.
Iiyama serves up a 1440p monitor with 144Hz FreeSync support for less than £400.
September 16 2019 | 14:00
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