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I have a Dell SP2309 that is great in all respects. 2 ms response time, 2048x1152, etc. Amazon seller has one for $210 inc shipping.

 

But there is also a new (2020) Dell S2417 DG, for $369.99, 2560x1440 res, 1 ms response time, 165 hz refresh, GSync, etc. Worth every penny and Dell warranty is excellent.

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I imagine the folks who might want to chime would first ask - What is your budget 'range'? and What kind of gaming? There are $, $$, and then there are $$$ Monitors.

 

I am currently happily 'flying' a new Acer ED323QUR 31.5 Inch WQHD (2560 x 1440) Curved 1800R VA Gaming Monitor with AMD Radeon FREESYNC Technology - 4ms; 144Hz Refresh Rate, that I was VERY lucky to snag off Amazon on 4/05/20 for $275, It's now about $500.

 

NO idea if something like that would meet your needs or budget.

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