Acer gaming monitor

Whether you’re a casual PC gamer or a die-hard enthusiast, I’m sure you’ll agree when it comes to buying a monitor there simply is too much choice. There are so many things you need to consider – refresh rate, resolution, input lag, not to mention what type of monitor your graphics card can realistically handle. Speaking from experience, this can easily consume days of research before you’ve found the one. The lovely folks at GPUnerd have provided us with a handy flow chart, taken from their ‘Gaming Monitor Buyers Guide‘ to help you find your next gaming monitor with ease. Simply answer the questions based on your preferences, and voila you will have the best fit monitor for you. Try it yourself and see what comes up!

Ultimate Monitor Selector by GPUnerd

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