Gaming Monitor List Guide (120Hz, 144Hz, 160Hz, 165Hz, 180Hz, 200Hz and 240Hz)

This is a comprehensive list of 120Hz, 144Hz, 165Hz and 200Hz computer monitors.

There may be a few more, but this list tries to include them all. Among these monitors are overclockable monitors, G-SYNC monitors, ULMB monitors, FreeSync monitors and Turbo 240 monitors.

The resolution of the monitors are of all the popular types, including 1080p (FHD), 1440p (WQHD), 4K (UHD) as well as UltraWide monitors with 21:9 aspect ratio, like for instance monitors with a resolution of 2560×1080.

The monitors all differ in panel types, as you will find TN, VA and IPS monitors on this list.

Monitors with 1440p resolution and 165Hz refresh rate are relatively new and 4K monitors with 144Hz or 120Hz refresh rate are coming out later in 2017.

The list also contains monitors that are not yet released, as it could give you a sense of what’s coming.

The lists of 120Hz, 144Hz, 160Hz, 165Hz, 180Hz, 200Hz and 240Hz monitors are up-to-date as of June 2017.

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List of 144Hz monitors

Below you will find all the 144Hz monitors in the world. A few may be missing, so if you can not find a 144Hz monitor on this list, feel free to drop a comment below and we will add it to the collection. A lot of these monitors also supports a motion blur reduction technology, such as LightBoost, ULMB (Ultra Low Motion Blur), BenQ Blur Reduction and Turbo 240.

  Most G-Sync monitors support ULMB out of the box.

If you want to know more about motion blur, see TFTCentral: Motion Blur Reduction Backlights for explanations.

Low-persistence strobe backlights allow LCD monitors to have CRT motion clarity. Low-persistence strobe backlights allow LCD monitors to have CRT motion clarity.

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