Gaming Monitor Deals

Compare 145 gaming monitors, with prices starting from as little as £57.98. We’ve checked the price of the UK’s best gaming monitors at all leading UK gaming retailers.

 

Samsung C32F391 Full HD 31.5" 60Hz Curved Monitor - White

From £199

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Acer Predator X34P UWQHD 34" 100Hz Curved Gaming Monitor - Black

From £699

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Asus ROG Swift WQHD 34" 60Hz Curved Gaming Monitor with NVidia G-Sync - Copper

From £853

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Samsung U28H750 Ultra HD 28" 60Hz Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Black

From £323

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Acer Nitro VG240Ybmiix Full HD 23.8" 75Hz Gaming Monitor - Black

From £119

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Asus ROG Swift WQHD 27" 165Hz Gaming Monitor with NVidia G-Sync - Black

From £578

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Asus ZenScreen Portable Full HD 15.6" 60Hz Monitor - Black

From £245

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HP OMEN Full HD 24.5" 144Hz Gaming Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Black

From £199

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Samsung C32HG70 Quad HD 32" 144Hz Curved Gaming Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Black

From £549

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LG Full HD 25" Gaming Monitor - Black

From £155

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Acer Predator Z35 Quad HD 35" 100Hz Curved Gaming Monitor with NVidia G-Sync - Black

From £605

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Samsung C34J791 Full HD 34" 100Hz Curved Monitor - White / Silver

From £629

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MSI Optix MAG27CQ Quad HD 27" 144Hz Curved Gaming Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Black

From £370

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Asus ROG Strix XG Series Full HD 27" 144Hz Curved Gaming Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Black

From £384

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LG 32UD59 Ultra HD 32" 60Hz Gaming Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Black

From £468

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LG 34UC88 WQHD 34" 75Hz Curved Gaming Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Black

From £653

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Acer Nitro VG220Qbmiix Full HD 21.5" 75Hz Gaming Monitor - Black

From £109.99

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HP OMEN Quad HD 27" 165Hz Gaming Monitor with NVidia G-Sync - Black

From £579

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Lenovo L24q-10 Quad HD 23.8" 60Hz Monitor - Silver

From £139.99

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Asus ROG Strix XG Series WQHD 31.5" 144Hz Curved Gaming Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Red

From £501

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Acer Nitro RG270bmiix Full HD 27" 75Hz Gaming Monitor - Black

From £165

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Lenovo L22e-20 Full HD 21.5" 60Hz Monitor - Black

From £79.99

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Samsung UH850 Ultra HD 32" 60Hz Monitor - Black

From £479

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Lenovo L27q-10 Quad HD 27" 60Hz Monitor - Silver

From £259

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Asus Designo Curve MX34VQ WQHD 34" 100Hz Curved Monitor - Space Grey

From £620

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Asus Portable USB HD 15.6" Monitor - Black

From £130

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HP 27o Full HD 27" 60Hz Gaming Monitor - Black

From £172

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MSI Optix MAG27C Full HD 27" 144Hz Curved Gaming Monitor - Black

From £293

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Samsung CF591 Full HD 27" Curved Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Silver

From £199

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Samsung SH850 WQHD 24" 60Hz Monitor - Black

From £279

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Asus ROG Strix XG Series WQHD 35" 100Hz Curved Gaming Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Red

From £770

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Acer KG271Ubmiippx Quad HD 27" 75Hz Gaming Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Black

From £199

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HP 32s Full HD 31.5" 60Hz Monitor - Black / Silver

From £199

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Samsung S24F350H Full HD 24" 60Hz Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Black

From £119.99

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Asus VP28UQG Ultra HD 28" 60Hz Gaming Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Black

From £245

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Lenovo LI2215s Full HD 21.5" 60Hz Monitor - Black

From £79

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HP 27fh Full HD 27" 75Hz Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Black / Silver

From £199

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HP 27q Quad HD 27" 60Hz Monitor - Silver

From £248.47

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LG 24MP88HV Full HD 24" 60Hz Monitor - Silver / White

From £149.99

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Samsung CH890 WQHD 34" 100Hz Curved Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Dark Silver

From £549

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Samsung U28E590D Ultra HD 28" 60Hz Gaming Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Black

From £219

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LG 34WK500 Full HD 34" 75Hz Gaming Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Black

From £377

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Samsung CHG70 WQHD 27" 144Hz Curved Gaming Monitor - Black

From £459

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Acer Predator XB271HU Quad HD 27" 144Hz Gaming Monitor with NVidia G-Sync - Black

From £370

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Acer Nitro RG240Ybmiix Full HD 23.8" 75Hz Gaming Monitor - Black

From £129

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Lenovo L24e-20 Full HD 23.8" 60Hz Monitor - Black

From £99

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Acer K242HL Full HD 24" 60Hz Monitor - Black

From £89

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HP 22f Full HD 21.5" 60Hz Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Silver

From £99.99

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HP 24f Full HD 23.8" 60Hz Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Silver

From £99

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HP 24fh Full HD 23.8" 75Hz Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Black / Silver

From £129

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HP 24o Full HD 24" 60Hz Monitor - Black

From £129

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HP 27f Full HD 27" 60Hz Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Silver

From £149

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Samsung C27F390 Full HD 27" 60Hz Curved Gaming Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Black

From £159

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Acer ED273wmidx Full HD 27" 60Hz Curved Monitor - Silver

From £149

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Acer K222HQLbid Full HD 21.5" 60Hz Monitor - Black

From £57.98

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Asus MG28UQ Ultra HD 28" 60Hz Gaming Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Black

From £329

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Asus VC239H Full HD 23" 60Hz Monitor - Black

From £119.97

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Asus VS247HR Full HD 23.6" 75Hz Monitor - Black

From £101.99

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Asus VZ249HE Full HD 23.8" 60Hz Monitor - Black

From £109

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Samsung S24D330H Full HD 24" 60Hz Monitor - Black

From £89.98

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Samsung S27E330H Full HD 27" 60Hz Monitor - Black

From £140.18

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Acer EB321HQUAwidp WQHD 31.5" 60Hz Monitor - White

From £229

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Acer ED322Qwmidx Full HD 31.5" 60Hz Curved Gaming Monitor with NVidia G-Sync - White

From £255

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Acer G246HLF Full HD 24" 60Hz Monitor - Black

From £145

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Acer K272HLEbid Full HD 27" 60Hz Monitor - Black Gloss

From £150

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Acer Predator XB272bmiprzx Full HD 27" 240Hz Gaming Monitor - Black

From £542

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Asus MX27UC Ultra HD 27" 60Hz Monitor - Icicle Gold / Black

From £625

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Asus VP278H Full HD 27" Monitor - Black

From £158

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Asus VZ279HE Full HD 27" 75Hz Monitor - Black

From £150

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Asus VZ27AQ WQHD 27" 75Hz Monitor - Gold / Black

From £245

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HP 27xq Quad HD 27" 144Hz Gaming Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Black

From £279

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Lenovo L24i-10 Full HD 23.8" 50Hz Monitor - Black

From £129

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Samsung C27FG73 Full HD 27" 144Hz Curved Gaming Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Dark Blue

From £349.99

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Things to consider before you buy a gaming monitor

Not purchased a gaming monitor before? Rest easy, it’s not as complex as one might think. A lot of the important considerations mirror those you would weigh up when buying a TV, and in this respect the act of buying a gaming monitor isn’t daunting at all. You just need to do your research! With that in mind, here are the features that add up to a great choice.

What resolution will a gaming monitor offer me?

“Resolution” is a term that gets bandied about a lot when discussing video games, especially since the advent of 4K that came with PS4 and Xbox One’s respective mid-step consoles. The basic explanation is the higher the pixel count on screen, the better the display resolution. The advantage of having a high screen resolution is a more detailed image that appears much sharper. Gaming monitors generally offer three different levels of resolution:

– 1080p, otherwise known as Full HD

– 1440p, otherwise known as QHD or 2K

– 2160p, otherwise known as Ultra HD or 4K

TVs by comparison come in 720p (HD Ready), 1080p (Full HD) and 2160p (4K) resolution variants – and currently there isn’t a 2K option that exists. A gaming monitor offers both PC and console players a nice midpoint, but the truth is even 1080p will be a crisp enough image for most people.

What screen size should my gaming monitor be?

It’d be easier to assume that the bigger the screen the better, but in terms of gaming monitors having your screen be too large could potentially affect your competitive chances. With a TV it makes sense to go big as it’s meant to be enjoyed from multiple viewing angles. The screen size of gaming monitors typically range between 19 and 27 inches, letting players maintain perspective on what’s going on with just slight movements of the eye – curved screens also aid towards this.

How many connecting ports come with gaming monitors?

This is where you’ll find the biggest difference between gaming monitors and your standard TV set-up. Both feature HDMI input – useful for connecting consoles – but gaming monitors also feature an extra input socket known as DisplayPort. However, you will only find yourself using DisplayPort when connecting your PC to your gaming monitor, as neither consoles nor TVs use it, instead using HDMI exclusively.

What’s the refresh rate of gaming monitors?

The refresh rate of your gaming monitor proves most important in games where there is fast-movement involved (shooters, racers, and so on). The “refreshing” in question happens to the pixels being displayed on screen, which is necessary to draw any images in pixels quickly enough so that the human eye can’t detect what’s happening. Most TVs have a refresh rate of 60hz, meaning that the pixels refresh 60 times per second – for gaming monitors you want much higher in order to avoid any input lag. 120hz or 240hz are some of the highest refresh rates available.

Why you should buy a gaming monitor

Gaming monitors can be a godsend for players that want to treat their competitive gaming habit seriously. They’re essentially screens that have been specifically designed to handle high-intensity play, equipped to keep up with every in-game movement you make to result in an entirely lag-free experience. Any gaming platform, be it PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch or PC, can be improved by the benefits a gaming monitor brings. We’ll take you through what these benefits are as well as all the various aspects you’ll need to consider.

Frequently asked questions about gaming monitors

How is a gaming monitor different to my TV?

Hopefully we’ve already covered how gaming monitors differ in any meaningful way to TVs, the main differences being that monitors typically feature higher screen resolutions and faster refresh rates all in a relatively affordable package.

How much does a gaming monitor cost on average?

A decent gaming monitor can vary anywhere in price from £100 to £500 on average. Where it sits on this spectrum will be determined by how good a performance it offers.