The Acer Predator CG437K P is a 43-inch 4K gaming monitor for PC and console gamers with a 144Hz refresh rate with overclocking, support for AdaptiveSync and G-Sync plus an impressive set of specs.
If you’re looking for a larger display with the performance you demand, this is a nice option that is larger than most gaming monitors, but more manageable than the BFGD displays we’ve seen, and the LFGD (Large Format Gaming Display) is also more affordable.
Acer is now selling the Predator CG437K P in the U.S. for $1,499.99, which is significantly more affordable than the BFGD prices, and it may even fit on your desk or in your game room better.
With a 3,840 x 2,160 4K VA panel that boasts a 1ms response time and a native 120Hz refresh rate, this monitor has everything gamers need. You can overclock the refresh rate up to 144Hz and the monitor uses AdaptiveSync and NVIDIA G-Sync to match the refresh rate to your system’s GPU to avoid stuttering. The monitor even supports variable refresh rate on the Xbox One over HDMI so that console gamers can take advantage of this monitor as well.
The 43-inch Acer Predator LFGD boasts a 90% Wide Color Gamut of DCI-P3 color space, high and VESA-Certified DisplayHDR 1000 certification.
The design uses sharp angles to match up with gaming rigs, but it’s not an over the top design. The metal base looks great and includes an area to set two game controllers. You get a remote, which is great if you want to use this as a TV and a bundled VESA mount.
There are also four light strips that attach via magnets. You can choose from nine different game modes to respond to gameplay, music or videos. A light sensor can automatically adjust the brightness and even detect when someone is in front of the display to wake it and then put it to sleep if the monitor doesn’t detect someone for a long period of time.
You get three HDMI ports, Two DisplayPort 1.4 ports, Two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 ports. There are USB C ports to easily connect some laptops and to connect your phone or tablet for mobile gaming on a big screen. The monitor also has built-in dual 10-watt speakers.