Best 144Hz Gaming Monitor

By Mithun Mohandas | Price Updated on 13-Oct-2020

Switching up to a 144 Hz panel makes a world of a difference to your gaming experience. Every aspect becomes more fluid and you also gain a competitive edge in FPS titles since the higher refresh rate helps you perceive your opponents clearly. We've curated a list of 144 Hz gaming monitors that are available in India ranging from 24-inches to 32-inches. These are the best 144 Hz gaming monitors that you can buy right now and a lot of them have value-added features that are gaming-focused as well. Although the prices of the products mentioned in the list given below have been updated as of 20th Oct 2020, the list itself may have changed since it was last published due to the launch of new products in the market since then.

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The Aorus AD27QD is an impressive gaming monitor with a 27-inch IPS panel and a 1440p resolution. It sports 144Hz refresh rate and a 1ms response time. The monitor also supports 10-bit colour all the way up to 120Hz along with HDR enabled. Its display is VESA DisplayHDR certified which ensures that it will meet brightness, colour and contrast standards. It also comes with heaps of gaming features such as FreeSync support that can give gamers an edge.

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Boasting of low input lag, the ASUS ROG PG279Q is a 27-inch 1440p gaming monitor with an IPS panel that runs at 144 Hz. Being an IPS panel, it has great viewing angles and there's the added advantage of the backlight being flicker-free thanks to no PWM being used. It can also scale up to 165 Hz if you want to and is G-SYNC certified.

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The 27-inch ASUS VG279Q is a capable 1080p, 144Hz IPS monitor with a sleak design, a simple stand and great ergonomics. It delivers wide viewing angles and great peak brightness. Motion is seamless due to its speedy response time. There's FreeSync support as well, along with an optional Black Frame Insertion feature.

Price : ₹22100
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Yet another FreeSync monitor at the top of the charts happens to be the BenQ EX2780Q. It's a 27-inch 1440p monitor with a 144 Hz IPS panel. It has low input lag and comes with built-in speakers and even a remote control for folks who'd like to lay back and chill. With a brightness of 350 nits and a typical contrast ratio of 1000:1, the EX2780Q is at par with the rest of the monitors in this list.

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The Acer Predator XB271HU is one of the best gaming monitors from Acer's stables. It's a 27-inch 1440p monitor with an IPS panel that also supports NVIDIA G-SYNC. While its native refresh rate is 144Hz, it can also scale up to 165 Hz with overdrive like some of the other panels in this list. The XB271HU has very thin bezels and the design aesthetic is one that appeals to gamers.

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For folks who consider 27-inch to be insufficient, the LG 32GK850G-B with its 32-inch 1440p VA panel might be right up their alley. It's NVIDIA G-SYNC certified as well. This LG monitor is built for gamers who'd prefer low response time and low input lag for a rich gaming experience. Being a VA panel, it does not have the same viewing angles that most of the IPS monitors in this list have, so that might be worth considering before going in for this monitor.

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The LG 32GK650F-B is a great gaming monitor that delivers all-around performance. It sports a 1440p VA panel which outtputs deep, uniform blacks and has low input lag, making it a capable monitor for gamers. The monitor also supports FreeSync. Its 32-inch screen looks great in a dark room, however, the viewing angles leave something to be desired.

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Curved screens are not for everyone but with a larger panel, a curved screen does make sense. The AOC CQ27G1 uses a 1440p VA panel that's rated for 144 Hz. Like other VA monitors, its viewing angles aren't that great but it has really good colour accuracy and low input lag. That coupled with the curved screen will give you a more uniform colour perception. Lastly, the AOC CQ27G1 has really thin bezels which makes it a good candidate for multi-monitor setups.

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Sporting a 24-inch panel, the ViewSonic XG2404 is a gaming monitor for folks who don't want a large panel. It has a native resolution of 1080p with a max refresh rate of 144 Hz and it uses a TN panel that supports FreeSync. It's bezels are a little on the thicker size but despite all these shortcomings, the panel is really good for gaming thanks to its responsiveness.

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The MSI MAG271CQR sports an impressive 144Hz VA panel with full FreeSync support. It has an impressive curved screen that is capable of excellent colour reproduction and producing deep blacks. The image quality is great for long gaming sessions and it comes at an affordable price point as well. If you're looking for a new 1440p gaming VA panel, the MSI MAG271CQR is quite a strong contender.

Price : ₹30999

List Of Best 144Hz Gaming Monitor Updated on 20 October 2020

Product Name Seller Price
GIGABYTE AORUS AD27QD Gaming monitor amazon ₹51715
ASUS ROG Swift PG279Q Gaming monitor amazon ₹82299
ASUS VG279Q Gaming monitor N/A ₹22100
Benq EX2780Q Gaming monitor amazon ₹41990
Acer XB271HU Gaming monitor flipkart ₹44900
LG 32GK850G-B Gaming monitor amazon ₹72999
LG 32GK650F-B Gaming monitor amazon ₹39150
AOC CQ27G1 Gaming monitor amazon ₹23900
ViewSonic XG2402 Gaming monitor amazon ₹30999
MSI Optix MAG271CQR Gaming monitor N/A ₹30999
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