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The 7 Best Monitors For PS5 - Summer 2022 Reviews

Best PS5 Monitors

If you're a PlayStation 5 owner looking for a monitor, you'll want a display that's not only compatible with the console but one that can take advantage of all of the PS5's features. The PS5 supports 4k content up to 120 fps with an HDMI 2.1 input, and HDMI 2.1 monitors are starting to become more popular, but you can also find HDMI 2.0 monitors with a 4k resolution for cheaper. It's best to go for a 4k option with HDMI 2.1 bandwidth for the best compatibility with the console. The PS5 supports variable refresh rate (VRR), so you'll want a monitor whose VRR support is compatible with the console.

We've bought and tested more than 240 monitors, and below are our recommendations for the best gaming monitors for PS5 that you can buy. Also, see our recommendations for the best 4k monitors, the best monitors for PS4, and the best gaming monitors.

  1. Best Monitor For PS5

    The best monitor for PS5 that we've tested is the Gigabyte M32U. It's a 4k monitor that delivers an excellent gaming experience, with an excellent response time when gaming at 120Hz. It means your favorite games look crystal clear with very little ghosting or blur behind fast-moving objects. It also has low input lag, ensuring a responsive gaming experience overall. It's nearly fully compatible with everything the PS5 offers, supporting up to 4k @ 120Hz gaming thanks to its HDMI 2.1 bandwidth. However, because it's not full-bandwidth HDMI 2.1, it displays chroma 4:2:0 with 4k @ 120Hz signals instead of 4:2:2, which means the text clarity is a bit worse, but it isn't a major concern.

    It has wide viewing angles, so you can easily share your screen with someone else, and the stand has a good range of ergonomic adjustments, meaning you can place it in an ideal viewing position. It looks good in bright rooms, with good peak brightness and decent reflection handling. All in all, it's an excellent option for gaming on the PS5.

    See our review

  2. Best Mid-Range Monitor For PS5

    The best mid-range monitor for PS5 gaming is the Gigabyte M28U. It's nearly identical to its larger sibling, the Gigabyte M32U, but the smaller size delivers a less immersive gaming experience and has a worse stand. Like the M32U, it's an impressive gaming monitor, with an excellent response time at the max refresh rate, low input lag, and support for all three variable refresh rate formats, ensuring full compatibility with any gaming system.

    It also delivers impressive picture quality, with excellent peak brightness in SDR, wide viewing angles, and superb accuracy out of the box. It supports HDMI 2.1 bandwidth on both its HDMI ports, so you can enjoy 4k @ 120Hz gaming from the PS5 and the Xbox Series X if you have both consoles.

    See our review

  3. Best Budget Monitor For PS5

    If you're looking for something on a budget, then the Dell S2722QC is the best gaming monitor for PS5 that we recommend. It's hard to find HDMI 2.1 monitors if you're on a tight budget because they tend to cost more, so the next best thing to do is get a 4k monitor with HDMI 2.0 bandwidth to play 4k games up to 60 fps. It's a decent gaming monitor that's fine for casual gamers on the PS5, but you won't get the same features as higher-end 4k monitors like the Gigabyte M32U. The 4k resolution helps deliver crisp images, and its overall response time is okay, but motion still looks good for the most part as there's minimal blur trail behind fast-moving objects. Sadly, its VRR support doesn't work with the PS5.

    If you find the Dell too expensive and want to spend even less, the LG 27GP850-B is a 1440p monitor with excellent gaming performance, and it downscales 4k signals to 1440p, which results in a sharper image than a native 1440p signal. The 1080p Acer Nitro XF243Y Pbmiiprx is an even cheaper option that accepts 4k signals and is great for gaming. However, if you want a native 4k display, the Dell is the best budget choice.

    See our review

  4. Best Cheap Monitor For PS5

    The best cheap monitor for PS5 gaming we've tested is the Acer Nitro XF243Y Pbmiiprx. This cheap gaming monitor can't take full advantage of everything the PS5 offers. However, it's a good choice if you just want to enjoy new games that aren't available on other consoles and don't care about features like a 4k resolution or variable refresh rates. Compared to our budget pick, the Dell S2722QC, it delivers a less visually impactful gaming experience but offers better motion performance overall.

    Despite its limitations with the new consoles, it's still a great gaming monitor, with low input lag for a responsive gaming experience, and it has an excellent response time, with very little blur behind fast-moving objects. It has a fast refresh rate and supports 120Hz games on the PS5, but only at 1080p. Sadly, although it supports FreeSync, it's not compatible with the PS5's variable refresh rate feature, so you'll see some tearing in some games.

    See our review

  5. Best PS5 Monitor For Dark Rooms

    We recommend the Gigabyte M32UC if you tend to game in dark rooms and want the best PS5 monitor for your environment. It's very similar to the Gigabyte M32U but has a high native contrast ratio for deep blacks. It doesn't have a local dimming feature, but it still has decent black uniformity with minimal blooming without it. It has the same HDMI 2.1 bandwidth as the M32U, and you won't have any issues using it with the PS5, as even the VRR feature works. In terms of gaming performance, it has low input lag for a responsive feel and has an excellent response time at 120Hz.

    However, there's some black smearing with dark objects, which is typical of VA panels, and it has a slower response time at 60Hz, so it performs best with high-frame-rate games. If the motion issues don't bother you, it's the best monitor for gaming with your PS5 in dark rooms.

    See our review

  6. Best 27-Inch Monitor For PS5

    The LG 27GP950-B is the best 27-inch monitor for gaming on the PS5 that we've tested. Although it's similar to the Gigabyte M32U in terms of features and performance for the PS5, the 27-inch screen results in a higher pixel density with sharper images, and the smaller display is also beneficial if you don't like sitting in front of big screens while gaming. It has all the gaming features you expect to find in a high-end monitor, including HDMI 2.1 bandwidth so you can reach high frame rates and VRR support that works with the PS5. Motion is extremely smooth when gaming at 120Hz and 60Hz, and the input lag remains low no matter the resolution you're gaming at.

    It's also a bit different from other monitors in this recommendation because it has full-bandwidth HDMI 2.1. It means it doesn't require any compression for high-frame-rate signals, and you can use the PS5 to the best of its capabilities, making it the best 27-inch gaming monitor for the PS5.

    See our review

  7. Best Large Screen Monitor For PS5

    On the other hand, if you want something with a large screen for gaming on the PS5, then check out the LG OLED48C1. It's a small TV we tested as a monitor because it's popular for that use and delivers better picture quality than most monitors. It's remarkable for HDR because it has an OLED panel with a near-infinite contrast ratio, meaning it delivers perfect black levels with no blooming around bright objects. Another advantage of an OLED display is the near-instantaneous response time, so motion looks extremely smooth, and gaming feels responsive thanks to the low input lag. Like other monitors, it has HDMI 2.1 bandwidth and works without issue on the PS5.

    The main downside to getting an OLED display is that it risks permanent burn-in with exposure to the same static elements over time. It shouldn't be a problem for PS5 gaming, but if that worries you, check out the Gigabyte AORUS FV43U, an LED monitor with a 43-inch screen. It's a bit smaller, and the picture quality isn't as good as the LG, so if you want the best performance, go with the LG.

    See our review

Notable Mentions

  • Gigabyte AORUS FO48U: The Gigabyte AORUS FO48U OLED is similar to the LG 48 C1, and they each cost about the same. However, the Gigabyte is limited to 24 Gbps bandwidth, so text clarity is worse on the PS5. See our review
  • LG OLED42C2PUA: The LG 42 C2 OLED is a newer version of the LG 48 C1 OLED, but they're very similar overall, so get the C1 while you can find it cheaper. See our review
  • Dell G3223Q: The Dell G3223Q is an excellent gaming monitor comparable to the Gigabyte M32U. If you want something brighter, you'll be happy with the G3223Q, but if you want the cheaper monitor, go for the Gigabyte. See our review

Recent Updates

  1. Jul 27, 2022: Added the Acer Nitro XF243Y Pbmiiprx as the 'Best Cheap Monitor For PS5'.

  2. Jul 21, 2022: Added the Gigabyte M28U as the 'Best Mid-Range' pick. Removed a few Notable Mentions that are no longer relevant.

  3. Jun 29, 2022: Restructured article to reflect user needs; renamed the LG 27GP950-B to 'Best 27-Inch' and the LG 48 C1 OLED to 'Best Large Screen'; made the Dell S2722QC the budget pick; added the Gigabyte M32UC; updated Notable Mentions based on changes.

  4. May 04, 2022: Removed the 1440P category because of its limited compatibility with the PS5 and added the LG 48 C1 as the 'Best HDR Monitor'; moved the LG 27GP950-B and the Dell S2722QC to their own categories as the 'Best HDMI 2.1 Monitor' and 'Best Budget 4k Monitor' for consistency.

  5. Apr 04, 2022: Verified our picks for accuracy and refreshed the text throughout.

All Reviews

Our recommendations are based on what we think is the best 4k monitors for PS5 currently available. They're adapted to be valid for most people, in each price range. Rating is based on our review, factoring in price and feedback from our visitors.

If you'd prefer the make your own decision, here's the list of all of our 4k monitor reviews. Be careful not to get too caught up in the details. Most monitors are good enough to please most people, and the things we fault monitors on are often not noticeable unless you really look for them.