A lot of people, when they’re looking to upgrade their PCs or building their own RIG’s tend to focus on the major components such as the processor, RAM, graphic card, motherboard, etc. One of the things that are overlooked is the monitor.
It's important to have a high-quality gaming monitor that can truly leverage the strengths of your other platforms. The monitor is the one you see most of the time while playing. When looking for a monitor, here are some tips to consider before choosing a particular monitor.
Finding the right size for your monitor is very important as it will affect your gaming experience. Most people spend more money to buy a bigger monitor that they don't even need! It's important to note that the pixels will be the same on a regular 1080p monitor. Therefore, a larger 1080p monitor will have a lower pixel density than a smaller 1080p monitor.
Bigger and higher resolution screens also mean that your games have to work at those resolutions to get the most out of them. You need to find the right balance between pixels and density. The ideal option is to buy a 21-32 inch monitor so that it is still large but not large enough to compromise quality.
If you play competitive FPS games, high frame rates and low response times are the best for you. However, if you want to play racing games or everyday games, you can invest the money in a bigger screen or better viewing angles. Make the right compromise and find the best deal so you get a product that fits your price and needs.