The best monitors for SimRacing

One screen or three? Ultrawide or 16:9? We'll tell you.

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On several occasions, we have written articles about the importance of having good pedals in our cockpit, the significance of a solid base that transmits the sensations the car goes through with extremely low latency, but we have never discussed the visual aspect. A crucial point that should not be underestimated.

In today's article, we will compile some monitors that we consider the best for SimRacing and, possibly, could give us those extra tenths. We'll address some questions.

While it remains an opinion article, we hope to assist you with our recommendations.

One screen, Ultrawide, or 3 screens?


Indeed, it's a personal preference. You can ask different people, and each will have a different opinion, but in this case, let's see what is most efficient.

A triple screen setup adds a level of immersion that won't be found otherwise (excluding virtual reality) since we'll have a peripheral vision of the monitors and feel immersed in the vehicle. However, on the other hand, it requires a higher investment and competent hardware to support three monitors at high resolutions and refresh rates.

However, an ultrawide monitor could provide us with something similar, being a single monitor and saving those resources to dedicate them entirely to the simulator. That's why I think it's the best option.

Finally, a single screen allows us to have all the information close, although losing that field of vision that benefits us when getting into the car.

Below, we provide a compilation of monitors, along with their specifications and purchase links.

Single screen

LG 32GN650-B


  • Resolution: 2560 x 1440
  • Inches: 32″
  • Refresh Rate (Hz): 165 Hz
  • Screen: LED
  • Response Time (ms): 1 ms
LG 32GN650-B – 249,00€

ASUS TUF Gaming VG32VQ1BR


  • Resolution: 2560 x 1440
  • Inches: 32″
  • Refresh Rate (Hz): 165 Hz
  • Screen: LED
  • Response Time (ms): 1 ms
ASUS TUF Gaming VG32VQ1BR – 334,00€

MSI MAG321QR QD


  • Resolution: 2560 x 1440
  • Inches: 31,5″
  • Refresh Rate (Hz): 170 Hz
  • Screen: IPS
  • Response Time (ms): 1 ms
MSI MAG321QR QD – 369,00€

Ultrawide

AOC U34G3XM


  • Resolution: 3440 x 1440 (21:9)
  • Inches: 34″
  • Refresh Rate (Hz): 144 Hz
  • Screen: LCD
  • Response Time (ms): 1 ms
AOC U34G3XM – 338,90€

LG 34WP75C-B


  • Resolution: 3440 x 1440 (21:9)
  • Inches: 34″
  • Refresh Rate (Hz): 160 Hz
  • Screen: LED
  • Response Time (ms): 5ms (1ms MBR)
LG 34WP75C-B – 470,80€

Samsung Oddysey G9


  • Resolution: 5120 x 1440 (32:9)
  • Inches: 49″
  • Refresh Rate (Hz): 240 Hz
  • Screen: LED
  • Response Time (ms): 1 ms
Samsung Oddysey G9 – 1.004,77€

We hope to have helped you. If you have any recommendations, you can leave them in the comments.

See you competing!

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