Huge Discounts on Some of the Best 1080p Gaming Monitors

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A good gaming rig accompanies a wide range of gaming peripherals, including a good gaming monitor complementing it. We’ve compiled a list of gaming monitors you can choose from, for a low-mid range rig primarily targeting 1080p gaming.

Best Budget 1080p Gaming Monitor: LG 24MP59G

  • Size: 24 inch
  • Resolution: 1920×1080
  • I/O: VGA, HDMI, Display Port, 3.5mm Headphone jack
  • Refresh rate: 75Hz
  • Response time: 1ms
  • Display tech: IPS Wide Angle
  • Brightness: 250 nits
  • FreeSync: No
  • Price: ₹6,329 (Link)

The LG 24MP59G is presently seeling for a killer discount of 54%, bringing the price down to 6K. It’s a decent display for folks running a GeForce GTX 1650 Super or 1660 Super. Despite costing less than 7K, it comes with a higher than usual refresh rate of 75Hz. The response rate is also perfect at 1 ms. This is an IPS panel in case you missed that and comes with a wide viewing angle and a brightness of 250 nits.

Best 1080p Gaming Monitor with AMD FreeSync: Acer Nitro QG221Q

  • Size: 21.5 inch
  • Resolution: 1920×1080
  • I/O: VGA & 2x HDMI
  • Refresh rate: 75Hz
  • Response time: 1ms
  • Display tech: VA
  • Brightness: 250 nits
  • FreeSync: Yes
  • Price: Rs. 7,999 (Link)

If you own an AMD Radeon card, then you might want to consider this display. It supports FreeSync but swaps the IPS panel for a VA. At exactly 8, it’s one of the cheapest monitors supporting Adaptive Sync. Since it features a VA panel, it’s more versatile and can be used for both gaming and content creation.

Best Budget 144Hz Gaming Monitor: Acer KG241QP

  • Size: 23.6 inch
  • Resolution: 1920×1080
  • I/O: 2 X HDMI Port 1 X Display Port
  • Refresh rate: 144Hz
  • Response time: 1ms
  • Display tech: TN
  • Brightness: 300 nits
  • FreeSync: Yes
  • Price: Rs. 12,790 (Link)
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When it comes to Battle Royal and Esports, it’s all about faster response times and higher frame rates. It’s not hard to make a compromise with respect to picture quality, especially if you get the option of variable refresh rate (FreeSync). This Acer display is a TN panel but still retains an impressive brightness of 300 nits. It also has a refresh rate of 144Hz and costs just over 12K. I’m guessing the viewing angles will take a hit but that’s not a big deal.

Best High-end 1080p 144Hz Gaming Monitor: Acer Nitro VG240Y

  • Size: 23.8 inch
  • Resolution: 1920×1080
  • I/O: 2 X HDMI Port 1 X Display Port
  • Refresh rate: 144Hz
  • Response time: 1ms
  • Display tech: IPS
  • Brightness: 250 nits
  • FreeSync: Yes
  • Price: Rs. 12,999 (Link)

If you want an IPS panel at the same price, then you’ve got your wish. the Acer Nitro VG240Y is present on a 10% off selling for just 13K. This is just a few hundred bucks more than the previous model and you get an IPS panel and all the other features including a 144Hz refresh rate, 1 ms response time as well as AMD FreeSync. Although it has worse brightness than the other 144Hz display, it will have better viewing angles.

Best Curved Monitor Under ₹20,000: AOC C24G1

  • Size: 23.6 inch
  • Resolution: 1920×1080
  • I/O: Display Port, 2x HDMI, VGA, 3.5mm Headphone jack
  • Refresh rate: 144Hz
  • Response time: 1ms
  • Display tech: LED
  • Price: ₹17,599 (Link)

Curved monitors have a very niche market and it’s hard to find an FHD curved display at reasonable prices. 1440p is where you’ll find the best of these. The AOC C24G1 is a relatively cheaper option if you want a curved gaming monitor for your rig. 144Hz panel is a great bonus along with an LED display. Go for this display if you have a decent GPU to drive games at high-ultra settings for a more immersive experience.

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