Gamdias Atlas DHD 323C – If you are looking for a 144Hz monitor that is G-Sync/Freesync compatible but will not break the bank. Note this is the 32-inch variant if you have this as the main monitor on your desktop. I can say this is huge, but with a 144Hz display expect smooth gameplay, also this has a VA panel. I don’t really expect too much especially for the low price it brings but still a better alternative than having to go back to your 60Hz gaming monitor.
SpecterPro XT27NS – At this point, this brand has been around for a couple of years and my friends told me to try this monitor. I have not been able to get one of these but the curved version has a VA panel compared to the X27’s TN panel. This also has a 144Hz refresh rate and slightly comfortable gaming and viewing angles because of the curve design. My tip. If you’re going for a curved monitor make sure to get at least a 27in. Curved displays on a 24in don’t do much of a difference from what I’ve seen.
Asus VG248QE – Now we go to the big players when it comes to gaming peripherals. I would say that this monitor is the most practical of the bunch. I tend to make my purchase based on the brand and their track record for putting out quality products. This is by no means the top of the line, sure this is also a 144Hz monitor with a 1ms response time. Comfortable viewing angles with an adjustable brace that you can tilt and swivel to your heart’s content. I would say that this is an awesome purchase.
MSI Optix MAG241C – 144Hz Refresh Rate, 1ms Response time, Curved display, VA panel, Freesync compatible (and now G-Sync compatible too). This is one of the most affordable 144Hz gaming monitors that MSI has to offer. Though a bit pricey compared to the other monitors on the list. Expect great performance, nice viewing angles, great gaming immersion and you are sure that getting the best for the price and since you’ll be gaming on this for a long time, it’s worth every peso!
There you go, 4 budget 144Hz monitors. I know there are more cheaper options but do take note that these are 144Hz monitors, the price ranges from 9,000 PHP to around 15,000 PHP. Whereas 60 -75Hz range from 5,000 PHP to 8,000 PHP so if the difference is around 2,000 – 3000 PHP then why not save to get a 144Hz monitor.