This post contains some of the best UltraWide gaming monitors that you can purchase at this moment. Most models presented below are costing over $700, and only one these can be bought for a price that's lower than that.
We hope that you've found an excellent monitor for you to enhance your gaming experience. Let me tell you that once you make the switch to UltraWide monitors there will be no return to "conventional" models. For those that aren't using their ultrawide monitors just for gaming, then you should know that all the models below should come with Picture-by-Picture functions, so that you can easily divide your screen space for better productivity and multi-tasking.
34" LG UltraGear GK950F-B - 1440p WQHD and 144Hz Refresh Rate
The 34-inch UltraGear GK950F-B curved gaming monitor with an IPS panel capable of 144Hz variable refresh rate and AMD Radeon FreeSync 2 compatible. The panel's curvature radius is set at 1900R. The maximum resolution for this model is set at 3440 x 1440 UltraWide Quad HD and its aspect ratio at 21:9.
LG UltraGear GK950F-B offers great motion handling, 5ms GTG response time and 1ms MPRT(blur) response time, VESA HDR 400 Certified, borderless design, support for adjusting height, tilt and swivel positions, Nano IPS curved panel, factory color calibrated, Flicker-free, wide color gamut, wide viewing angles, Anti-glare, USB hub, 2x HDMI ports, one DisplayPort and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The monitor will be shipped with both DisplayPort and HDMI cables inside, so you won't have to worry about buying any extra cables.
34" DELL Alienware AW3418DW - 1440p WQHD and 120Hz Refresh Rate
This model is one of the best pieces of technology when it comes to gaming, as it comes with a great design, great performance at maximum resolution on an IPS panel. Here are some of the most important features that you will get from this model: 1900R curvature radius, 34-inch IPS LED-backlit panel, WQHD 1440p max screen resolution, 4ms response time, 120Hz overclockable refresh rate and a native 100Hz refresh rate.
This Dell AW3418DW is currently cheaper and available on an Amazon deal. If you compare this Alienware with the above LG model, then you will get a model that is also compatible with NVIDIA G-Sync technology, while the LG one isn't. Getting the AW3418W will be great for those that are using an NVIDIA GPU as the variable refresh rate is fully supported.
Other interesting features of the Alienware AW3418DW: sRGB 99% color gamut, 3440 x 1440 maximum screen resolution, 21:9 aspect ratio, overclockable refresh rate via DisplayPort input, adjustments support for tilt, swivel and height, excellent quick-access ports, custom back-lighting via AlienFX that comes with more that 145 different video games color schemes.
35" Acer Predator Z35P - 1440p and 120Hz Overclocked Refresh Rate
The Acer Predator Z35P is a 35" curved VA gaming monitor with 3440 x 1440 maximum screen resolution and NVIDIA G-Sync compatible. It uses a 21:9 aspect ratio, and it can offer 4ms response time, 120Hz overclockable refresh rate via DisplayPort and 100Hz native refresh rate.
Other cool functions and features of the Z35P gaming monitor by Acer: 1800R curvature radius, Predator GameView to adjust colors, brightness and dark areas better, 300 nits brightness, HDMI and DisplayPort inputs, five USB 3.0 ports, 35-inch diagonal size, VESA 100x100 wall mountable, and it supports tilt, swivel and height adjustments.
49" Samsung CRG9 - 5120 x 1440 and 120Hz Refresh Rate
The C49RG9 is a massive gaming monitor measuring 49 inches diagonally, and if you're a gamer that loves to properly immerse himself in a video game, then this Samsung model should help you do it. It is a newer model than the one listed below and it offers better performance.
This Samsung CRG9 with a 49-inch diagonal size comes with very low input lag, excellent motion handling and it also offers AMD FreeSync support in order to reduce screen tearing and stuttering. The ergonomics of this model comes with swivel, tilt and height adjustments. This monitor is now available for a lower price, as you can buy it $300 cheaper than its original listing.
49" Samsung CHG90 - 3840 x 1080 FullHD + 144Hz Refresh Rate
The CHG90 49-inch Samsung monitor is a great device that was the model launched before the CRG9 model presented above. This model offers a lower resolution as it only support a maximum screen resolution of 3840 x 1080. The panel is using the Quantum Dot LED technology and it is capable of HDR gaming, too.
The Samsung C49HG90 is a good gaming monitor, although it is performing a little worse than the CRG90 model above. This monitor comes with 49 inches diagonal, and it is capable of 144Hz variable refresh rate via AMD FreeSync. This model supports also 120Hz and 60Hz, if your computer doesn't reach at least 144fps. Just like the model above, the CHG90 model comes with Low Blue Light and Flicker-free technologies in order to reduce the strain on the eyes.
34" ASUS ROG Swift PG348Q - 1440p and 100Hz Refresh Rate
The PG348Q ROG Swift by ASUS is one of the most popular gaming monitors out there, and it offers NVIDIA G-SYNC and it is a very similar model to Alienware AW3418DW listed at the start of this post.
This PG348Q model that is offering the following great features: 34 inches diagonal size, 3440 x 1440 WQHD screen resolution, 300 nits brightness, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 5ms true GTG response time, 3800R curvature radius, 100Hz variable refresh rate and NVIDIA G-Sync compatibility, edge-to-edge display, Loe Blue light, Flicker-free.
In terms of ergonomics you will get support for adjusting its tilt, swivel and height levels. The monitor is also offering support for VESA 100x100 wall mount. Please note that the 100Hz refresh rate will only be available through DisplayPort connectivity, as the HDMI port only supports 50Hz at 3440 x 1440.
34" LG 34UC79G-B - 1080p FulHD and 144Hz Refresh Rate
The LG UCL79G-B 34-inch model is an excellent choice for those working with a lower budget, as it is currently available for $479 and it offers excellent gaming performance for what it packs inside.
This gaming monitor offers a curvature radius of 3800R and its main features are the following ones: AMD FreeSync, 144Hz variable refresh rate, 34-inch diagonal size, 21:9 aspect ratio and a max screen resolution of 2560 x 1080, IPS panel, 5ms GTG response time, DisplayPort and HDMI connectivity ports, 1000:1 contrast ratio, great wide viewing angles, and tons of other cool functions that should make it a great choice for gamers.