The Viotek GNV30CBXA is one of the most responsive 21:9 screens we’ve tested. But its weak overdrive allows a little motion blur to come through. And it has a contrast-heavy VA panel, but light gamma limits its image quality potential.
Speed and value don’t often occupy the same sentence when talking about gaming monitors. Attractive prices are even more rare among ultrawide monitors. But there are exceptions. If you’re willing to go with a slightly smaller screen and a tad less pixel density, Viotek may have the best gaming monitor for you.
The Viotek GNV30CBXA is a 30-inch, curved VA panel that runs at a 200 Hz refresh rate. The 2560 x 1080 resolution might sound low, but a 94 pixel-per-inch (ppi) pixel density isn’t bad for a screen this size. With good contrast, DCI-P3 color and Adaptive-Sync, it’s a decent package for a $320 MSRP. That makes the GNV30CBXA one of the least expensive and quickest 21:9 screens currently available.