If everyone could afford it, they would all be running huge high refresh rate monitors running at 1440p or 4k. But the reality is that high-end monitors are expensive. But most gamers have realized the importance of a high refresh rate and adaptive sync tech like FreeSync and G-Sync. Well, there is a cheap option available, at least normally (COVID has obviously caused supply issues across the board). Viotek has a smaller 22-inch monitor that runs at 1080p with a refresh rate of 144Hz and because of its price, it is one of their most popular monitors. The GFV22CB sells for $129.99 making it a great budget option, so today I’m going to take a look and see what you get for that price.

Product Name: Viotek GFV22CB

Review Sample Provided by: Viotek

Written by: Wes Compton

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Display Size

21.5 in

Dimensions (with stand)

19.34 x 6.17 x 15.1 in (491.3 x 156.7 x 383.5 mm)



Screen Ratio


Refresh Rate


Display Type

VA Panel

Response Time

5ms GTG

Viewing Angle

H170° / V160°

Dot/Pixel Pitch

0.24795 x 0.24795 mm

Display Colors

16.7M Colors

Color Gamut

sRGB: 92%, – NTSC: 68%

Contrast Ratio


Dynamic Contrast Ratio







1x DP 1.2 (cable included), 2x HDMI 1.4, 1x 3.5mm Audio Out


-5° ~ 15°

Additional Features

GAMEPLUS, AMD FreeSync™, G-SYNC Compatible*, FPS/RTS Optimization, Anti-Glare Treated Screen, Low-Blue Light Mode



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campos replied the topic: #38769 20 Jul 2020 08:27
hi, could you take a picture of the monitor and transformer voltage? Since I'm from Argentina and I don't know if it would work with my 220v voltage. thanks
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garfi3ld replied the topic: #38770 22 Jul 2020 06:16
Sorry its a touch blurry but I hope it helps! 100-240v is listed. If that doesn't work Im sure a 220v power supply that outputs 12v at 2.5 amps will be easy to find

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