Best Gaming Monitors of 2022: 1440p, 4K, Ultrawide, 1080p, HDR and Value Picks - November Update
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Best Gaming Monitors of 2022: 1440p, 4K, Ultrawide, 1080p, HDR and Value Picks – November Update
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Best Gaming Monitors of 2022: 1440p, 4K, Ultrawide, 1080p, HDR and Value Picks – November Update
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1440p:
Gigabyte M27Q-P –
Nixeus NX-EDG27X –
MSI MAG274QRF-QD –
Corsair 32QHD165 –
Gigabyte M32Q –
Gigabyte M27Q X –
Samsung Odyssey G7 –
Asus ROG Swift PG279QM –
Asus ROG Swift PG27AQN –

4K:
Gigabyte M28U –
MSI MAG281URF –
Samsung Odyssey G7 LS28 –
Asus TUF Gaming VG28UQL1A –
LG 27GP950 –
Gigabyte M32U –
LG C2 OLED –
Samsung Odyssey Neo G7 –

HDR:
Alienware AW3423DW –
LG C2 OLED –
Samsung Odyssey Neo G7 –

Ultrawide:
Alienware AW3423DW –
Gigabyte M34WQ –

1080p:
AOC 24G2SP –
BenQ XL2566K –

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Best 4K Monitors (2022):
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Best HDR Monitors (2022):

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Testing performed using Portrait CalMAN Ultimate:

00:00 – Welcome Back to Hardware Unboxed
02:35 – Best 1440p Gaming Monitors
09:13 – Best 4K Gaming Monitors
15:23 – Best HDR Gaming Monitors
20:36 – Best Ultrawide Gaming Monitors
23:51 – Best 1080p Gaming Monitors
26:47 – Outro

Best Gaming Monitors of 2022: 1440p, 4K, Ultrawide, 1080p, HDR and Value Picks – November Update

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  1. This is a great roundup but I think you are selling the aw3423dwf a bit short though, since (compared to its G-Sync counterpart) it offers some improvements.

    Among others:
    – firmware updates
    – a more quiet fan (since it runs cooler without the gsync module)
    – the ability to configure it for different aspect ratios (like 4:3)
    – more settings in the OSD (hue, sharpness etc.)

    LTT did a video comparing the two not to long ago: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-6yc1dA–0

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