Monitor Size and Resolution
If your looking for an excellent gaming monitor, the first thing to look at is screen size. Assuming you can support a larger monitor, a 27-inch screen provides an immense amount of visual real estate and can support Full High-Definition video and gaming, which includes a max resolution of 1920x1080. Most of the updated, newer 27-inch screens are super-Wide, Quad High-Definition monitors with resolutions of 2,560 by 1,440 pixels, vastly increasing screen width. The additional content is superb but bear in mind that you will need a beefy graphics card to handle the additional pixel density, especially if you are playing High or Ultra in most games. If space is an issue, there are a number of high quality 24" monitors to choose from with excellent features, but you will not be able to exceed the 1920x1080 resolution. If you are a serious gamer with a moderate budget, a 30" Ultra-High-Definition monitor will blow you away with an incredible 3840x2160 res, or you can go crazy and pick up a 34-inch ultra-wide monitor. Many of these also offer a curved panel option. Ultra-wide displays boast a 21:9 aspect ratio (while most widescreen monitors are 16:9) and give you an extremely wide field of vision for a truly immersive experience. There is nothing quite like playing the Skyrim remaster in a Curved 34" UHD monitor!