QHD 240Hz HDR gaming monitor deal gets you the best of both worlds

QHD 240Hz HDR gaming monitor deal gets you the best of both worlds
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Hitting those ultra-high frame rates in a high resolution doesn't have to leave you as out of pocket as it once did thanks to these gaming monitor deals. Indeed, the Omen X 27 240Hz and HP X27i are $150 and $95 less respectively until Saturday.

If you're into competitive shooters such as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Valorent (which are played at a minimum of 240Hz by the pros), then you'll understand the importance of having every frame advantage that you can when the on-screen action gets intense, most noticeably in those twitch-based do or die moments. That's what makes these gaming monitor deals so noteworthy; the HP Omen X 27 offers lets you save $150 on one of the best brands - with the best tech - in the business.

Of course, merely hitting those frame rates isn't enough to keep yourself in the game, and that's where the importance of AMD FreeSync2 HDR comes into play. You see, given that this monitor is running in Quad HD (2K/1440p) and able to achieve high FPS, the fears of screen-tearing, ghosting, stuttering, and other visual artifacts would be a problem were it not for the adaptive Vsync on display, combined with its ability to radiate HDR to its fullest degree. In plain terms, this means that your games are going to look and run fantastically, with proprietary software that's able to keep your gaming experience visually sharp and silky smooth consistently and constantly.

Given the going rate of similar 240Hz monitors in the past, such as the one we tested for our BenQ Zowie XL2546K review, and the fact that displays such as this sacrifice their image quality to keep the FPS consistent, the emphasis on HDR and the DCI-P3 90% color gamut on the Omen X 27 makes it a sure thing for anyone looking to step their game up this year for less.

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HP Omen X 27 240Hz | $650 $499.99 at HPSave $145 -Features:

HP Omen X 27 240Hz | $650 $499.99 at HP
Save $145 - For too long now gamers have had to make concessions in their resolutions in order to hit the higher FPS caps needed for pro gaming. The Omen X 27 walks the fine line between functionality and fidelity, so you can get the best of both worlds where milliseconds matter. Features: 27-inch LED panel, QHD (2560 x 1440) native resolution, 1ms response time; 1x HDMI 2.0 and 1.4 DisplayPort; AMD FreeSync FreeSync 2 HDR support.

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If you're in the market for a high refresh rate gaming monitor running in QHD, but are less concerned with gaming to a competitive, professional standard, then this HP gaming monitor may be due a further look too.

HP X27i 2K 144Hz | $380 $284.99 at HPSave $95 -Features:

HP X27i 2K 144Hz | $380 $284.99 at HP
Save $95 - There's a lot on the surface to recommend the X27i in its own right. The IPS panel promises a bright and clear picture, with a more than respectable refresh rate in Quad HD that's sure to satisfy those looking for exemplary performance. Features: 27-inch IPS panel, QHD (2560 x 1440) native resolution, 4ms response time; 1x HDMI 2.0 and 1.2 DisplayPort; AMD FreeSync Premium support. 

Are you searching for the pinnacle of panels when it comes to PC gaming? Look no further than our top picks for the best gaming monitors available now, or indulge in visual spectacles with the best 4K monitor for gaming as well. 

Aleksha McLoughlin
Hardware Editor

Aleksha McLoughlin served as the Hardware Editor for GamesRadar from June 2021 until August 2022. Her main area of expertise was the PC gaming platform, which comprised buying guides, features, reviews, and news coverage on components and prebuilt machines. She was also responsible for gaming chairs and storage. She now works on a freelance basis while studying to become a university lecturer specializing in English for foreign territories. Prior to joining GamesRadar, she wrote for the likes of Expert Reviews, The Rory Peck Trust, No Clean Singing, Vinyl Chapters, and Tech Spark while also working with the BBC.