We have the privilege here at HEXUS HQ of testing the latest and greatest monitors, many of which tout an increasingly diverse range of gamer-friendly features.
Ultra-high resolutions, low refresh rates, adaptive framerate technologies and other goodies have all changed the way we think about gaming screens, and after years of relatively similar displays, we're experiencing a wealth of intriguing upgrade options all arriving in tandem.
But in the grand scheme of things, how important is resolution when it comes to PC gaming? To find out, our Question of the Week is asking: what resolution do you game at? Do you deem your current pixel-count sufficient, and given the choice, would you swap a higher resolution for, say, a lower refresh rate, G-Sync, or some other new feature? Let us know in the comments section below.