The best
240Hz monitors

For the advantage in fast play

E-Sport is becoming increasingly popular and is now a serious competition among gamers, recognized as an official sport in countries such as South Korea, Brazil and the USA. To win in such competitions, among other technical requirements, the most important thing is a high hertz number so that the game runs incredibly smoothly and you can get an advantage from it. We have summarized which are the best monitors with 240Hz for you here.

Our main pick is the Samsung Odyssey G7, which scores best in the overall picture, especially with its excellent response time and very low input lag. The first alternative is the Dell Alienware AW2721D, which brings native G-Sync. The VG279QM from ASUS is an alternative with 1080p that still cuts a fine figure.

Best 240Hz monitor: Samsung Odyssey G7

  • FreeSync Premium Pro
  • 1000R camber radius
  • HDR
  • Game Mode
  • no HDMI 2.1 port
Refresh rate
Response time

The best monitor with 240Hz is the Samsung Odyssey G7. Both the 27-inch variant and the 32-inch model offer enough space for competition-based gaming. The VA panel ensures a high contrast and thus produces a deep black, which is why the G7 does very well in dark rooms. It also copes well with reflections, but the viewing angle is rather low, so you should only sit alone in front of the monitor.

The WQHD resolution provides enough details and thanks to a response time of 1ms, VRR, FreeSync, G-Sync compatibility, the G7 is the perfect candidate to take home one win after another. The curved design even gives you an immersive gaming experience, as it puts you more in the action.

Gy-Sync alternative: Dell AW2721D

  • High response time
  • Wide viewing angle
  • Low input lag
  • No HDMI 2.1 port
  • Low contrast ratio

To get the best out of your Nvidia graphics card, the Dell Alienware AW2721D is a top candidate. Native G-Sync ensures a smooth gaming experience even when the frame rate drops. The IPS panel offers better viewing angles for co-op gaming and the slim design with the unique stand makes quite a statement. Unfortunately, the Dell only supports VRR over DisplayPort, so it’s not the best choice for console gamers since consoles only have HDMI outputs. If you only game on a PC and want to get the most out of your Geforce, you should take a closer look at the Dell Alienware AW2721D.

Fast game in 1080p: ASUS VG279QM

  • Overclockable to 280Hz
  • Good ergonomics
  • Fast response time
  • No HDMI 2.1 port
  • Low contrast
  • High input lag at 60 Hz

Another alternative in the field of best 240Hz monitors is the ASUS VG279QM. Although it only offers a Full HD resolution, it is ideal especially for playing competitive games since you have everything directly in view.

The high Hertz number also comes into play here, as it makes the display responsive. The monitor can also be overclocked to 280Hz, but then the computer’s performance has to be corresponding. Thanks to FreeSync and G-Sync support, there is also hardly any tearing, although this increases significantly with content at 60Hz.

Thanks to the IPS panel, multiplayer games are theoretically possible in front of one screen and the monitor convinces with rich colors.

240Hz monitors in comparison

Best 240Hz monitor
Samsung Odyssey G7
Samsung Odyssey G7
Dell AW2721D
Dell AW2721D
Size 32 Inch 27 Inch 27 Inch
Resolution WQHD (2560 x 1440px) WQHD (2560x1440px) FHD (1920 x 1080px)
Format 16:9 16:9 16:9
Refresh rate 240Hz 240Hz 240Hz
Response time 1ms 1ms 1ms
Display type Curved Flat Flat
G Sync
Contrast 2500:1 1.000 :1 1000:1
Jack 3.5mm
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