Hi - I'm currently just using the built in 15.6" 1080p IPS screen on my XMG P505 gaming laptop to play racing sims. The laptop has a 2.6Ghz i7 quad core CPU and Nvidia 970M GPU with 3GB VRAM and can output to a refresh rate of up to 144HZ through the mDP, but doesn't support GSync nor VR (due to Optimus). I'm considering getting an external monitor for greater immersion, though have very limited space, so am looking for a good 24" monitor or possibly a 27" monitor, though am not sure that I will have room for the latter. What would be good options to consider for such a monitor? I have a budget of about £300-£400. The one that has caught by eye the most is this one: Ben XL2430T (£269.99) It seems to get very good reviews, see: http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/xl2430t-144hz-gaming-monitor,review-33103.html and http://www.digitalversus.com/lcd-monitor/benq-xl2430t-p21350/test.html Or should I really be looking at a 27" monitor, if I can? Am not sure my laptop will be able to run it at more than 1080p at high enough FPS, though, and it would be really squeezed in the space that I have available. Also - even though my current computer doesn't support G-sync, my next one almost certainly will, though I doubt I will will getting a new computer for another 2 years. Would it still be worth spending the extra for a G-sync monitor now, though? The current 24" G-sync Benq monitor (BenQ XL2420G ) doesn't seem to get quite as good reviews as the XL2430T, though, and is more expensive: http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/benq-xl2420g-g-sync-monitor,review-33175.html What do people think of these Benq monitors and are there any other models I should consider? BTW I prefer matte screens to glossy. The main racing sim I'm wanting to use this with is RaceRoom Experience, but possibly also Assetto Corsa. I also want to use it for other games and for work. Thanks.