The large CPU and GPU bulletins at CES like Nvidia’s new RTX Super GPUs and AMD’s new 7600 XT do not have a tendency to come back as an enormous shock, what with the limitless rumours and leaks. However, screen tech on the present does are inclined to throw up some real information and CES 2024 is not any exception.Kicking issues off is Samsung’s new 4K 240Hz 4K OLED, the Samsung Odyssey G8 OLED. On paper, it is just about all the pieces you can want for from a gaming monitor. All these pixels, Samsung punch QD-OLED tech, plus 240Hz.It’s not alone, in fact, the HP Omen Transcend 32 is just about similar, spec-wise. Then there’s the Alienware 32 AW3225QF. Again, it affords the identical 32-inch 4K OLED factor working at 240Hz. But of all these screens, it might be the primary you possibly can truly purchase. It goes on sale January 11 for $1,199.Next up, Acer has a complete bunch of recent panels, together with each 34-inch and 39-inch OLED ultrawides. But the most spectacular is the Acer Predator Z57, a 57-inch dual-4K monster with a VA-type LCD panel and a mini-LED backlight. Just a pity it is priced at $2,499, precisely the identical because the very comparable Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 G95NC, besides the Samsung runs at 240Hz, whereas Acer has opted for 120Hz.If velocity moderately than huge pixel counts are your factor, nicely, there’s the ASRock Phantom Gaming PG27QFW2A. It’s a 27-inch 1440p LCD mannequin with an IPS panel. Nice, however not vastly thrilling, you say? Well, it runs at totally 400Hz, which is getting on a bit for a 1440p monitor, it truly is.Samsung’s G8 is only one of a number of 32-inch 4K OLEDs being launched at CES. (Image credit score: Samsung)Then there’s the brand new Dell UltraSharp U4025QW. Now, Dell’s Ultrasharp panels aren’t strictly for gaming. But this can be a 40-inch ultrawide with 5,120 by 2,160 pixels, so has precisely the identical density as a 32-inch 4K monitor. It’s additionally HDR 600 licensed, so could have loads of punch in contrast to earlier 40-inch 5K2K panels which topped out at 300 nits.What’s extra, it rocks LG’s IPS Black know-how, for superior distinction. Finally, it runs at 120Hz. That’s not uber-high refresh, however given the very excessive decision, 120Hz is arguably a lot. It’s truly the screen I’m most all for from CES this 12 months. So, it is a pity Dell has priced it at $2,399. That’s simply strategy to a lot given it lacks a mini-LED backlight.If these are the principle contenders of the particular screens so far, CES is arguably extra about new TV units than another know-how. Big TVs do not at all times make for nice PC gaming screens. However, new TV tech inevitably migrates to PC screens. That’s doubly true now that OLED is being extra broadly used for PC screens.If velocity is your factor, ASRock will do you a 400Hz 1440p panel. (Image credit score: ASRock)So, what do the large TV manufacturers have on supply that we would see quickly on the PC? Samsung’s new S95D OLED has a novel anti-glare coating that present goers reckon makes for a lot lowered reflection and solely a slight lack of distinction and black ranges in comparison with a shiny screen. We’re suckers for a pleasant shiny panel, however possibly Samsung has provide you with one thing particular.Samsung has additionally been displaying off its latest microLED screens. In reality, these nonetheless aren’t actually geared toward shoppers, not to mention avid gamers. But Samsung now makes one as small as 76 inches, so it is far more sensible than the everyday 100-inch-plus monsters that you just get with microLED tech.Anyway, it has no bezels in any respect, the brightness and distinction are out of this world and it seems to be simply stunning. It’s most likely $20,000 or one thing, so just about irrelevant. Except that it probably previews the sort of show we’re all going to be shopping for 10 or 15 years from now.It’s not technically a gaming panel, however Dell’s 40-inch 120Hz 5K2K UltraSharp U4025QW certain seems to be candy. (Image credit score: Dell)Samsung had one different microLED trick up its sleeve with a brand new clear panel. Transparent OLED and LCD is already accessible. But clear microLED is, nicely, extra clear and, once more, is completely bezel-less. Apparently, it is exhausting to inform it is not simply glass, it is that clear. So, in case you’re for the last word in sci-fi screen tech, that is most likely it.Of course, the opposite large noise in screen tech is LG. Its new B4, C4 G4 and M4 OLED TVs do not look like tremendous thrilling for the most half. However, the G4 and M4 sport LG’s new second-gen MLA or Micro Lens Array tech, which makes use of zillions of tiny lenses to spice up brightness.Samsung’s S95D OLED debuts a brand new anti-glare know-how, however is it truly higher than good previous shiny? (Image credit score: Samsung)LG says the brand new second gen panels are a lot stronger in relation to lighting up small objects, with peak brightness on a 3% window up by a reasonably staggering 150%. The catch? LG additionally says the full-screen brightness of the brand new panels hasn’t modified in any respect.That’s a pity, as a result of in a PC monitor context, if LG’s WOLED panel tech has a weak point usually and in addition in comparison with Samusng’s QD-OLED panels, it is full-screen brightness. Overall, there are some very good shows on present as CES this 12 months, however arguably the killer new monitor to finish all gaming screens, no less than till video games are pumped straight into our brains has not fairly appeared.For that, we might have to attend till CES 2025. Rumour has it, LG is engaged on some a lot brighter OLED panels for 2025. What’s extra, LG has some 5K2K panels within the works in each 34-inch and 40-inch sizes. Imagine that. A 40-inch 5K2K OLED with some real full-screen pop. I’d just about promote my home for that._____________________________________PC Gamer’s CES 2024 protection is being revealed in affiliation with Asus Republic of Gamers.