NVIDIA's "G-Sync Compatible" program expands its variable refresh rate (VRR) reach, welcoming monitors that are compliant with the VESA DisplayPort Adaptive-Sync standard, including AMD FreeSync. NVIDIA tested hundreds of monitors and certified those that deliver a leading G-Sync experience. We rounded up every monitor crowned G-Sync Compatible.

Entry-level G-Sync

Acer XFA240

Acer's XFA240 is the cheapest 24-inch desktop companion for G-Sync compatibility. While topping out at 1080p, its 144Hz refresh rate and one-millisecond response time deliver snappy gameplay.

$200 at Amazon

Balanced buy

Acer XG270HU

The Acer XG270HU is primed for sharp, low-latency gaming. With a 27-inch LED panel, at 1440p and 144Hz, it delivers an effective balance of clarity and smooth video.

$370 at Amazon

Top-tier 4K

Acer XV273K

The Acer XV273K leads the G-Sync Compatible launch lineup, positioned as the only 4K monitor awarded this status. This 27-inch IPS display is paired with a 144Hz and HDR capabilities, alongside a sleek shielding hood.

$900 at Amazon

Bending immersion

Acer XZ321Q

Throw a curve into the mix with the Acer XZ321Q, promising an immersive twist on gaming. With a huge 32-inch 1440p panel, delivering 144Hz and one-millisecond response time, this display elevates your PC across the board.

$500 at Amazon

Compact 1440p

Agon AG241QG4

AOC's 24-inch Agon AG241QG4 is the smallest 1440p G-Sync Compatible display, wrapped in an understated, sleek design. With a 144Hz refresh rate and one-millisecond response time, it's primed for fast-paced games.

$310 at Amazon

Budget alternative

AOC G2590FX

Dropping to 1080p resolution, the 25-inch AOC G2590FX is another affordable G-Sync Compatible monitor. It doesn't cut corners though, with a 144Hz refresh rate and one-millisecond response time.

$190 at Amazon

Unmissable mid-range

ASUS MG278Q

With a 1440p resolution and 144Hz refresh rate, the ASUS MG278Q is a leading display that won't disappoint. And at 27-inches, it's among the best of G-Sync Compatible monitors.

$500 at Amazon

Smooth HD

ASUS VG258Q

Rocking a 1080p resolution, 144Hz refresh rate, and one-millisecond response time, the ASUS VG258Q is a balanced, affordable 25-inch display. However, availability is limited in the U.S.

£276 at Amazon UK

Big HD upgrade

ASUS VG278Q

The ASUS VG278Q is a larger 27-inch sibling to the VG258Q, also earning G-Sync compatibility with parallel specifications. At 1080p and a 144Hz refresh rate, it offers an impressive image without the cost of a higher resolution.

$296 at Amazon

Lightning speed

ASUS XG248

Hitting a buttery-smooth 240Hz refresh rate and one-millisecond response time, the ASUS XG248 focuses on raw performance. While capped at 1080p, it's the perfect 24-inch for fast-paced focus.

$399 at Amazon

The fast lane

Asus XG258

The ASUS XG258 delivers the same 240Hz refresh rate and one-millisecond response time of its 24-inch counterpart, upgraded with a 25-inch 1080p panel. It's a reliable choice for bidding 240Hz gamers.

$444 at Amazon

Turbo focus

BenQ XL2740

BenQ's 27-inch Zowie XL2740 means business, leading the 240Hz G-Sync Compatible range. It also hits 1080p with one-millisecond response time, paired with an adjustable "tactical shield" to blinker distractions.

$600 at Amazon

If you're looking for a G-Sync Compatible display on a budget, both the Acer XFA240 and AOC G2590FX sport rich 1080p and 144Hz offerings. The best of the lineup, the Acer XV273K, is the single 4K solution, while the BenQ XL2740 delivers unrivaled 240Hz viewing.

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