Selecting the right size monitor is not as easy as you might think! Is bigger better, does ultra wide bring anything to the party? What’s best for gaming? We attempt to guide you through these questions and more!
Are you looking to upgrade your PC monitor? Perhaps looking to make sure you get one that is gamer friendly, with fast refresh rates, high screen resolution and compatible with the current generation of graphics cards.
Our gaming monitor FAQ has a whole range of questions and answers written for people like you, buyers who are trying to make sense of all the new technology that will give you the best gaming performance.
We cover all kinds of topics from socket types to display technologies and what gamers should be looking for from their screens.
Most PC monitors use either IPS or TN displays and there are important differences between them. We take you through the differences between these LCD technologies and explain the pros and cons when it comes to gaming.
There are several different cable standards used on monitor monitors, if you are wondering what the difference is between the socket types and DVI-I and DVD-D then you’ll need to read this article.
If you are like the rest of us, you are probably confused by all the terms flying around! What exactly is FHD, QHD and 4k? Do I need 1080p or 1440p? What’s best for gaming and the most cost effective? We explain all in this article.
Refresh rate is an important spec of the modern PC monitor, you may be wondering what you should go for, is it worth paying more for higher refresh rates? We explain the difference between 144hz and 60hz screens and how it effects gaming.
When looking through monitor specs you might see the terms QHD and WQHD used in the display descriptions. If you are wondering what this means we’ll take you through the details and give an overview of quad high definition screens.
If you are buying a gaming monitor you’ll need to understand what the FreeSync and G-Sync adaptive synchronisation technologies are all about. We explain what each of these means, what the pros and cons are and also why you probably want this in the next monitor you buy!