Buying a graphics card is still a difficult proposition, but if you already have a fast GPU and want to combine it with a capable game monitor, you have many options to choose from. Among others, it’s worth looking at LG’s 32-inch UltraGear (32GN600-B) with a refresh rate of 165Hz. Walmart set it at $ 249 today.
That’s $ 100 below its list price. Equally important, its selling price is the lowest I’ve been able to find for a monitor of the same size with the same (or even similar) set of specifications. That is, it is a 1440p (2560×1440) monitor with a fast refresh rate and some other notable benefits.
It is built around a flat VA panel, which offers excellent viewing angles (178 degrees horizontal and vertical), and like IPS, is generally preferred over cheaper TN screens. The native response time is checked at 5 ms (gray to gray) or only 1 ms using MBR (reduced motion blur).
The specifications also hint at high color accuracy, with 95% coverage of the sRGB color space. Other specifications include HDR10 support, typical 350-night brightness, 3,000: 1 contrast ratio, and FreeSync support to keep the refresh rate in sync between your Radeon GPU and monitor.
When it comes to port selection, you're looking at a couple of HDMI inputs, a DisplayPort input, and a headphone jack. There are no built-in USB ports or speakers, but when it comes to money, it's hard to disappoint.