A monitor for everyone by Gigabyte

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Gigabyte revealed plans to further attempts at making the best gaming monitors during CES 2020 in January when it announced its new “gaming series” of monitors. We already knew Gigabyte was planning a 27-inch 1080p monitor at 144 Hz, a 27-inch 1440p model at 165 Hz, and a 32-inch QHD monitor at 165 Hz.

Gigabyte Gaming Monitor Specifications

Model G27F G27Q G27FC G27QC G32QC
Curve / Flat Flat Flat Curve, 1500R Curve, 1500R Curve, 1500R
Resolution 1920 x 1080 (FHD) 2560 x 1440 (QHD) 1920 x 1080 (FHD) 2560 x 1440 (QHD) 2560 x 1440 (QHD)
Refresh Rate 144Hz 144Hz / OC to 165Hz 165Hz 165Hz 165Hz
Color Saturation 92% DCI-P3 / 117% sRGB 92% DCI-P3 / 120% sRGB 90% DCI-P3 / 120% sRGB 92% DCI-P3 / 120% sRGB 94% DCI-P3 / 124% sRGB
Response Time 1ms (MPRT) 1ms (MPRT) 1ms (MPRT) 1ms (MPRT) 1ms (MPRT)
HDR No Yes No No Yes, VESA DisplayHDR 400
V-Sync FreeSync Premium FreeSync Premium FreeSync Premium FreeSync Premium FreeSync Premium Pro
Stereo Speakers 2x 2W 2x 2W 2x 2W 2x 2W None
Auto-Update Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

All the monitors are listed as supporting AMD FreeSync. Gigabyte’s announcement noted that all the monitors are also G-Sync Compatible; however, the monitors aren’t on Nvidia’s official list as of writing yet.

Credits: www.TomsHardware.com