Gigabyte Announce Five New Gaming Monitors – G27F, G27Q, G27FC, G27QC and G32QC

Gigabyte are continuing to make noise in the monitor market with the announcement of several new monitors in their gaming range. There are 5 new models in total, four of which are 27″ and one of which is a new 32″ sized format. There are a range of curved and flat options as well as different resolutions and panel technologies being used. More information is available below

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Dell UltraSharp U2421HE and U2721DE Information Released

Dell look set to release two new models in their popular UltraSharp range. Although official spec pages haven’t appeared yet on Dell.com there is some early information available via their support pages, including the monitor user guide which tell us a fair bit about these new screens. There are two new models, the 23.8″ U2421HE and the 27″ U2721DE.

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Philips Momentum 345M1CR with 34″ VA Panel and 144Hz Refresh Rate

Philips have announced their new 34″ ultrawide monitor in their Momentum gaming display line-up. The 345M1CR is a curved screen based on a VA technology panel and offers a 3440 x 1440 resolution, 144Hz refresh rate and low input lag. A 1ms MPRT spec is also listed as the screen features a blur reduction mode. Adaptive-sync is supported with a 48 – 144Hz range, allowing for VRR from both AMD and NVIDIA systems.

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LG 34GN850 with 34″ Ultrawide IPS Panel and 160Hz Refresh Rate

LG have recently announced the successor to the very popular 34GK950F display, their new 34GN850. The new screen maintains the same 34″ ultrawide Nano IPS panel from LG.Display with the same 3440 x 1440 resolution. This time the native panel refresh rate of 144Hz has been boosted a little via an overclocking function to 160Hz. The high refresh rate is supported by adaptive-sync meaning it can be used for VRR from both AMD and NVIDIA systems. The screen has been certified by both AMD (FreeSync Premium) and NVIDIA (G-sync Compatible) as well.

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MSI Optix MAG301CR with 30″ Ultrawide VA Panel and 200Hz Refresh Rate

MSI have recently announced their new Optix MAG301CR display. This new screen is a fairly unusual format, being curved (1500R) and 30″ in size but in an ultrawide format (close to 21:9 aspect ratio). It offers a 2560 x 1080 resolution along with a 200Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time spec. The high refresh rate is supported for variable refresh rates via adaptive-sync, meaning it can support AMD FreeSync and NVIDIA G-sync systems.

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Dell S2421HGF Gaming Display with 23.8″ TN Film Panel and 144Hz Refresh Rate

Dell have recently launched their new S2421HGF gaming display. This is a 23.8″ sized TN Film technology screen offering a 1920 x 1080 resolution and a 144Hz refresh rate. This is supported by adaptive-sync allowing for VRR support from AMD (FreeSync Premium certified) and NVIDIA systems.

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BenQ ZOWIE XL2546S with 24.5″ 1080p Panel, 240Hz and DyAc+

Recently BenQ have announced their new XL2546S, the updated version of the XL2546. Since its release, the ZOWIE XL2546 has become the monitor of choice for professional First-Person-Shooter (FPS) e-Sports tournaments. The new XL2546S has the same features as XL2546 with the addition of Dynamic Accuracy Plus (DyAc+), BenQ’s blur reduction backlight technology. The XL2546S is 24.5″ in size and features a 240Hz refresh rate TN Film panel with a 1920 x 1080 resolution.

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